Most importantly, stay informed. Don’t rely on msm reports, who are desperately trying to spin what’s been happening in Ferguson. One thing that’s important for people to understand: THE TIME STAMP ON THE VIDEO IS FROM FUCKING JUNE! THIS WAS NOT THE SAME DAY! BOOST THE FUCK OUT OF THIS! Another thing that’s important to understand is that the DOJ told Chief Jackson to not release the video, as it would increase tensions, and had nothing to do with the murder of Mike Brown, which Jackson has admitted, publicly. Another thing that is very important to understand: a small group of people tried to incite rioting and looting in Ferguson. Yes, they caused damage. Yes, they were wrong. No, they weren’t from Ferguson. Yes, townspeople of Ferguson formed blockades to prevent looting. Yes, townspeople of Ferguson stopped fires and break-ins. Yes, townspeople of Ferguson got up early this morning to clean up.
Please, if you haven’t donated, consider doing so: The Michael Brown Memorial Fund
And for those of you who can’t cope with Twitter, here’s what Antonio French tweeted about last night:
Continuing via #AntonioFrench:
The police w/their assault weapons, tank-like vehicles, and gas bombs, held their line and had not left yet. Only a few people remained.
Then out of nowhere a white Suburban with all it windows down sped quickly up W. Florissant past our line and towards the police…
Police raised their rifles and trained them on the vehicle as it quickly approached and then suddenly stopped just a few yards from police.
“Hey! Hey! Hey! WTF?!” and “Brother, what are you doing?!” could be heard from the crowd. The vehicle began to back up slowly.
As he backed up past me and then began making a U-turn to go back where he came from, I could see a shiny silver handgun in his right hand.
Quick note: My out-of-town followers should know that in the State of Missouri it is legal to drive around with your handgun.
It was nearing 4AM. The street was bare and I had heard a report that indeed they did go to Walmart. Soon police began to leave the area.
I was exhausted. A lot of us exchanged handshakes and hugs. Then I hopped in my car and drove home, saddened by the lost #PeaceInFerguson.