First, President Obama sent three White House officials to attend Michael Brown's funeral.
Second, Attorney General Eric Holder came to Ferguson (a "deeply personal" visit, according to USA Today) and told a primarily black audience that though he holds the Department of Justice top spot, "He is also a black man."
It was also revealed Al Sharpton was "key advisor" to the White House on Ferguson, or "the man on the ground" for Barack Obama. [Sharpton a key adviser to Obama on Ferguson, NY Post, 8-22-14]
|The iconic image of the Ferguson Farce: White male assaulted by a gang of blacks, emboldened by weeks of the Obama Administration fanning the flames of racial hatred/resentment in St. Louis|
Third, the Department of Justice asked the police chief of Ferguson to stop his officers from wearing "I am Darren Wilson" bracelets while on duty, only a week after Holder announced the DOJ "stands with the people of Ferguson."
Which people Holder referenced shouldn't be difficult to ascertain: the 67% of the city's population that is also, like Holder, a black man or woman.
Fourth, the Department of Justice top officials were furious leaks from the Grand Jury testimony of Darren Wilson were released as potentially "influence public opinion" in the direction of the white officer instead of the "black man," (like Obama and Holder) Michael Brown:
A Justice Department spokeswoman responded in a statement to the Los Angeles Times: “The department considers the selective release of information in this investigation to be irresponsible and highly troubling. Since the release of the convenience-store footage, there seems to be an inappropriate effort to influence public opinion about this case.”
The reference to the convenience-store footage alluded to a video released by Ferguson police on the same day they disclosed Wilson's identity. The video showed Brown apparently intimidating a store clerk shortly before the shooting.
Chris King, managing editor of the St. Louis American, a newspaper for black audiences, said law enforcement officials had offered him the leaks, saying “they had been briefed on the evidence and it didn't look good for Michael Brown supporters,” but he declined and decried “third-party hearsay” in an editorial for the paper.
All of this "emboldening" of the black community by the Obama Administration and an overzealous black-centric Department of Justice has influenced blacks in Ferguson and metropolitan St. Louis to do something in retaliation to Brown's death.
“Tensions are so high that preparations for riots, if Wilson walks free, are discussed in sober terms in local and national media and on street corners,” the American said in its editorial. “The editors of these powerful publications have shown a lapse in judgment and ethics that is not only shameful, but actually dangerous. We declare a mistrial in the court of public opinion.”
If any mistrial in the court of public opinion has occurred in the case of Wilson and Brown, it's the Obama Administration, Eric Holder, and the media's failure to present the facts clearly and without prejudice ("I am also a black man...").
Thus, we get the most personal moment of this entire Ferguson Farce:
Watch as the so called “peaceful” protesters in #Ferguson attack a young white man who “just wants to go home.”
The “protesters” continued to harass this young man all the way down the road while he was in his car.
Thank God the police were there for protection.What's the old saying? You can't go home again?
If you haven't figured out what the farce of Ferguson is all about yet, just watch the video below of the young white male trying to get home only to be caught in the madness of an Obama/Holder endorsed mob.