• Here Are The Dumbest ‘Ferguson’ Signs Protesters Used On Black Friday

    The dullards with nothing else better to do on Black Friday (racist?) than protest the Ferguson grand jury decision, have some of the most moronic signs I’ve ever seen.

    I mean it’s almost as if they’re out there trying to mock themselves.

    Take this one for instance. This young lady wants a world where white male privilege is a thing of the past. She also claims that “all life is equal.” I wonder what her views are on partial-birth abortion.

    This guy says “Forget turkey, I want bacon.” He looks like a liberal dunce. But at least he has good taste?

    This one is more than a little bit confusing. If it’s not about Mike Brown or Ferguson or USA, than what the hell is she out there holding up the sign for? B3kd4AiCYAAyqzn.jpg-large

    This one is just sad. Whoever gave this kid a piece of cardboard with the words “Am I next” on it, should be thrown in a cage full of starving lions. This child can’t be more than five or six-years of age. He has no idea what he is being used for. It’s just disgusting.


    Now there’s an idea. “Indict America” the sign below reads. Why didn’t I think of that? (Chugs entire bottle of scotch. Weeps for unborn children).


    Grab your tissue, folks. This next one is a tear-jerker. Why can’t America just, you know, care more and stuff?


    What happens when you get a gaggle of bored white teenagers at the mall who think that they’re down with the struggle because they’ve been to a Jay-Z concert? This:

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    And this one right here is the sign to end all signs because after reading all the stupidity above, you need a good laugh. Question: Do you think Al Sharpton would even be able to read it?


    Happy Thanksgiving weekend! (Unless you’re a racist, privileged, white male, that is.)


    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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