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Warren’s False Narrative on Michael Brown’s Death Jeopardizes Police Officers

Warren’s False Narrative on Michael Brown’s Death Jeopardizes Police Officers
August 16
18:19 2019

As of August 13th 73 federal, state and local police officers around the country have died in the line of duty. Just yesterday 6 police officers miraculously escaped death in a shootout, with a drug dealer in Philadelphia, and today Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) has once again doubled down regarding her blatantly false and “libelous” narrative, that police officer Darren Wilson “murdered” Michael Brown.

Warren’s reckless lies regarding the events in Ferguson, Missouri, on August 9th 2014 have been well documented, investigated and adjudicated by a grand jury, not to indict Officer Wilson.

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The events leading up to the confrontation along with Brown’s death has been scrutinized, researched and investigated, however Warren’s shameless pandering is tantamount to once again putting a bulls-eye on former officer Wilson’s back, by purposely skewing the facts surrounding the events for nothing more then political expediency.

However Warren isn’t alone in her scorched earth rendition, there are other’s slinging mud against an individual who has long ago been exonerated by the same legal system that Warren and her peers have sworn under oath to uphold.

Watching Warren along with Harris and Steyer using the term “MURDER” in describing Brown’s death should outrage everyone regardless if their black or white.

Aside from the indisputable facts proving these individuals wrong, the blatant dishonesty by these morally reprehensible and dangerous individuals illustrates just how perverse they’ve become, that they’re more then willing to stock racial tensions that might very well lead to more police deaths.

The unabashed and unapologetic senator actually re-tweeted her original accusations on Wednesday posting Michael Brown was “murdered by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri.”

Adding “What mattered was an ‘unarmed man’ was shot in the street.”

Warren then posted on the 5th annversery of Brown’s death this disgusting tweet.

“5 years ago Michael Brown was murdered by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri. Michael was unarmed yet he was shot 6 times. I stand with activists and organizers who continue the fight for justice for Michael. We must confront systemic racism and police violence head on.”

— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) August 9, 2019

Warren of course ignores eye witness accounts that Brown turned when ordered by police officer Wilson to stop after a radio dispatcher described Brown as a suspect in a robbery moments before.

Brown then began charging towards Wilson who attempted to defend himself. A struggle ensued inside the police van when Brown attempted to take Wilson’s revolver, moments later a shot was fired inside the vehicle, Brown bolted from the police van, Wilson badly bruised gave chase, he then pointed his gun at Brown and ordered him to stop, Brown turned ignored the command to stand-down and once again charged toward the badly injured officer, and that when Police Officer Wilson fearing for his life fired multiple times at a crazed Brown, finally bringing him down.

Washington Post correspondent Glenn Kessler said the fact that both Warren and Harris dismissed the Justice Department’s findings was “galling.”

Adding, “Harris and Warren have ignored the findings of the Justice Department to accuse Wilson of murder, even though the Justice Department found no credible evidence to support that claim,” Kessler wrote. “Instead, the Justice Department found that the popular narrative was wrong, according to witnesses deemed to be credible, some of whom testified reluctantly because of fear of reprisal. The department produced a comprehensive report to determine what happened, making the senators’ dismissal of it even more galling.”

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  1. Gourdhead
    Gourdhead August 20, 18:31

    Apparently we have started to act like the morons in Europe as the lamestream media not mentioning the fact that the Philly shooter is a muzlime. This is another strike against the so-called media.

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    • PalomarJack
      PalomarJack August 20, 21:27

      Agreed 100%. Hopefully enough will say “enough”. But I fear what we are witnessing is the emergence of a “mediacracy”. A government for and by the media. And the “regressive” left wing drones slurp up their pablum without question, because, after all, they are not the government.

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  2. JoeyP
    JoeyP August 20, 18:35

    Why is this MISRCEANT still in office? I’m sure someone’s DOG can do a much better job than her! Hopefully we’ll see her NO MORE in office after the 2020 elections. Team Trump and his allies 2020.

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  3. Bill P.
    Bill P. August 21, 00:22

    I don’t like politicians. Really, none of them. The biggest thing that bugs me is their constant rattling on about how THEY will affect your life personally. A lot of egoistic nonsense.

    But the flip side of the coin is how political partisans blame individual politicians for “endangering” this or that class of people, as if they are really that important or that influential.

    So “Trump causes immigrants to get shot” or “Warren endangers cops” or whatever. Hooey.

    Know what endangers cops? The quickening pace of immorality and criminal behavior among the general populace. Politicians going “blah-blah-blah” has zero to do with It.

    Politicians don’t MOLD behavior, they REFLECT it.

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    • PalomarJack
      PalomarJack August 22, 19:10

      Only part of the time. Remember Obama’s response to the debacle in Ferguson? It caused a huge backlash we are “feeling” years later. So yes, politicians can have a huge impact on public opinion and action.

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