There's never an excuse for violence. There's usually a reason, sure, but never an excuse. A reason say, like Ferguson Missouri police officer Darren Wilson not facing charges for shooting Michael Brown-an unarmed teenager. It doesn't justify rioting or anything, but did I mention that Brown was unarmed? I did? Ok.
|Because I think it's important to keep that in mind, I mean, the fact|
that Brown was unarmed. Here're some puppies in a basket.
|Aww...look, they're getting along.|
Just...just remember to breathe.
|"That's the lamestream media for you...|
Get it? I said 'lame' stream. It's a pun."
scolding the news outlets for
reporting events that happened
So to be clear: the hardest part about investigating the events of August 9th isn't the fact that a young person is dead, or that police everywhere are viewed with even more fear and suspicion than ever before, it's that people are talking about it. Yup, this would have been a totally clear-cut case of he said/he shot until the media went and screwed everything up.
|Thanks for nothing last 300 years of American journalism...|