The Obama Administration and its Black mis-leadership class orchestrated elaborate kabuki theatre in the city of Selma, Alabama, this weekend. Fifty years ago on the Edmund Pettus Bridge the state of Alabama unleashed a reign of military terror against 500 unarmed African-Americans who were marching to demand the right to vote. Everyday men, women, farmers, teachers, domestic workers and preachers took destiny in their hands and marched across a bridge named after Edmund Winston Pettus—a former Confederate brigadier general and Grand Dragon of the Alabama Ku Klux Klan. That stunning display of courage by common people was reduced to theatrics by the present day well-educated, well-heeled, politically connected Black mis-leadership class …
Today’s political cowards—who have done nothing and risked nothing as the continual murders of blacks by police proliferate nationwide—dared to walk in the same space as heroes, including Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who risked, and gave, everything. They should have been ashamed to breathe the same air.
QOTD: Shameful legacy