Bill Whittle – Ferguson And The Real Race War

Bill Whittle - FirewallI never cease to be amazed at how Bill Whittle is able to cut to the chase of any issue. He is a master at digging through the mud and dirt and reaching the crux of any situation. In other words, the truth.

Such is the case with the recent riots, looting, and otherwise all kinds of mayhem in Ferguson, MO. After the shooting of Michael Brown by Officer Darren Wilson, it began to look as if the Trayvon Martin affair was finally being eclipsed by something more sinister and nefarious. While that may be the case, it is also true that the aftermath of the death of Michael Brown had little to do with the actual shooting, or the facts of how this young man lost his life.

There is, in fact, a real race war going on in Ferguson, and in the rest of America. But contrary to popular belief, it is not the result of whites putting the hurt on blacks. Instead, the statistics show the opposite is happening. Maybe we should start paying attention to the truth, instead of the fallacies that are being told to us by liberals and race hustlers and their friends in the mainstream media. Specifically, I am talking about President Barack Obama, Attorney General Eric Holder, Jesse Jackson, and Al Sharpton. And anyone else who is furthering the lies they are telling.

Hear what Bill Whittle has to say and then weep for America, a nation that is being destroyed by hatred, strife, envy, and racism.

About LD Jackson

LD Jackson has written 2032 posts in this blog.

Founder and author of the political and news commentary blog Political Realities. I have always loved to write, but never have I felt my writing was more important than in this present day. If I have changed one mind or impressed one American about the direction our country is headed, then I will consider my endeavors a success. I take the tag line on this blog very seriously. Above all else, in search of the truth.

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