39″But you have a custom that I release someone for you at the Passover; do you wish then that I release for you the King of the Jews?” 40So they cried out again, saying, “Not this Man, but Barabbas.” Now Barabbas was a robber.
Before county prosecutor Bob McCulloch had even announced that the grand jury had found no probable cause to indict Wilson, Think Progress editor Judd Legum posted a video featuring two legal analysts suggesting that the prosecution had tainted the jury by allowing them access to all the evidence in this case. That’s correct: Legum insisted that McCulloch had “rigged the grand jury” by allowing them to deliberate on all the evidence available to prosecutors rather than just a narrow set of facts.
This claim was dutifully repeated by those in the mainstream press who sympathized with the violent demonstrators.
“Many of us said we would be absolutely shocked if there was an indictment because he rigged the system to get the results he wanted,” ubiquitous legal analyst Lisa Bloom alleged in an appearance on MSNBC.
“I’ll bet you his two assistants did not ask for an indictment,” criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos theorized on CNN in an evidence-free condemnation of McCulloch’s conduct. “He showed exactly what his predisposition was.”
“This was a foregone conclusion,” Geragos added. “This was a rigged game. This is exactly the result he wanted.”
If you asked the average left-leaning pundit, it was not merely McCulloch’s nefarious efforts to exonerate Wilson that were to blame for the outbreak of vandalism and property destruction in Missouri on Monday night. It was also his conduct while revealing the grand jury’s verdict.
Speaking for nearly one hour, McCulloch disclosed the painful, granular details over which the grand jurors poured. He itemized the mountains of misinformation which investigators had to comb through, including a number of “witnesses” to the crime who did not see what they thought they saw – an indication of the deleterious impact of saturation media coverage. McCulloch patiently sat through questions asked of him by reporters, including fatuous, self-serving nonsense like one submitted by a journalist who asked for McCulloch’s thoughts on the fact that there is “not a single law in the state of Missouri that protects and values the life of” Brown.
If all that sounds rather deferential to the concerns of the press and the assembled protesters outside of where McCulloch was speaking, you’re not former White House advisor and CNN host Van Jones.
“The way that McCulloch was tonight was very, very provocative,” Jones insisted. “And you saw the crowd react to McCulloch’s tone.”
“I think they made a big mistake by waiting so late,” he added. “I think McCulloch missed a huge leadership opportunity to be a uniter tonight. I think McCulloch’s tone was very divisive tonight, and here we are.”
Oh, well, here we are. Point A to Point B, all due to the fact that the prosecutor spent nearly an hour laying out the facts of a criminal case and delayed that announcement long enough to allow those in Ferguson and around the country time to bunker down before the inevitable violence erupted. What a scoundrel.
Demonstrators angered by at the grand jury decision in the Darren Wilson case took to the streets in 90 cities from coast to coast Monday night, snarling traffic, chanting slogans condemning police and waving signs in support of slain black teen Michael Brown.
In New York City, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Boston and Chicago, thousands of people led marches screaming, ‘Hands up! Don’t shoot!’ that has become a rallying cry in protests over police killings across the country.
The protests around the country were largely peaceful, but several demonstrations were marred by foul-mouthed verbal attacks on police and arrests.
What we are witnessing is nothing less than a Gangster uprising. The African American culture is by and large one of idolization and worship of violent criminals, this violent behavior on their part is the inescapable result of a culture that assaults education, honestly, moral, ethical or virtuous behavior and instead glorifies and rewards violent criminal behavior.
But do not make the mistake of thinking that that is all this is about. This my friends, is nothing less than a loaded gun pointed at the head of America with the none to subtle threat, Impeach Barack Obama, and we’ll burn America to the ground. Wake up and smell the burning rubble America. The Fifth Column Treasonous Media, the Whitehouse and the Department of Injustice set these wheels in motion very much on purpose to prevent anyone from even remotely considering Impeaching his Imperial Majesty Barack Hussein Obama the first.
That’s right folks, wake up and smell reality. Barack Obama Grubbered you, betrayed you, and did so with the full knowledge and willful assistance of his fellow Democrats, the Mainstream Media and the GOPe. America, you have been screwed, blued, tattooed and sold on the slave market.
Go sit in the corner, suck your thumb, rock back and forth and keep repeating to yourself, “It can’t happen here, it can’t happen here” Sorry sucker’s it not only can, it already has happened here. It has happened here because you were to much of a coward to stand up and defend the Constitution of the United States of America when it needed defending. You bent over, grabbed a bottle of KY-Jelly lubed your ass up and said, come and get it.
Well… Here it is… This is what you voted for when you decided that the US Constitution could only be defended when it was convenient or when it looked like you might win. Riot’s in over 90 cities, riot’s because a white police officer was not charged with murdering a violent criminal thug who attempted to kill him.
Yes, the crowds are indeed shouting, “Give us Barabbas” a violent thug of a criminal. What we have just witnessed was nothing less than Black America selling their soul to the devil to set Pumpkinhead on their enemies. You can bet the devil has a very special place reserved in hell for them, not that that will do America any good.