Suspicious Deaths of Ferguson Teen Protesters

Check out the latest conspiracy theory. It has to do with death of teens who protested during the Ferguson fiasco.

I rank this theory up there with USA Today’s recent declaration that white people create dirty air, and black and Latinos breathe dirty air more than whites.

Yes, man-made climate change was created to kill people of color.

As for the latest conspiracy, apparently white police seek revenge on young black protesters from Ferguson, at least according to AP:

Two young men were found dead inside torched cars. Three others died of apparent suicides. Another collapsed on a bus, his death ruled an overdose.

Six deaths, all involving men with connections to protests in Ferguson, Missouri, drew attention on social media and speculation in the activist community that something sinister was at play.

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Surely you can spot the connection between white cops and these dead black people?

If at this point you’re wondering if they are even black, then consider yourself a racist. Why else would AP post this story if the men weren’t black.

Further, although police say there is no evidence the deaths have anything to do with the protests stemming from a white police officer’s fatal shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown, and that only two were homicides with no known link to the protests, this doesn’t rule out racist white cops with vendettas against Ferguson blacks.

The article reinforces the potential malfeasance,

But some activists say their concerns about a possible connection arise out of a culture of fear that persists in Ferguson 4 ½ years after Brown’s death, citing threats — mostly anonymous — that protest leaders continue to receive.

The Rev. Darryl Gray said he found a box inside his car. When the bomb squad arrived, no explosives were found but a 6-foot (1.8-meter) python was inside.

“Everybody is on pins and needles,” Gray said of his fellow activists.

Two black men dead in Ferguson. That’s scary, right?!

Holy Mother of Jussie Smollett, if they only had a camera pointed at this crime.

No arrests have been made in the two homicides. St. Louis County police spokesman Shawn McGuire said witnesses have simply refused to come forward, leaving detectives with no answers for why the men were targeted.

Too bad neither of these two men survived, or we would learn a few things:

First, it wasn’t black-on-black crime. And anybody who believes this as a remote possibility is a racist.

Second, black people don’t lie about crime circumstances. There will be black witnesses who eventually corroborate the theory that white cops did this crime. As “Rev” Gray stated, “Everybody is on pins and needles”, until this pro-Trump, MAGA-hat wearing, white racist cop is found!

Third, the reason there was no evidence is cops know how to cover their tracks.

Fourth, the reason blacks won’t come forward is not from fear of blacks who might have committed this heinous crime. But they fear the cops who were involved.

Police spokesperson McGuire added,

“We don’t believe either one was connected to each other…It’s tough to come up with a motive without a suspect.”

Perhaps they should look for Darren Wilson? After all, he’s been cleared of wrong-doing against Michael Brown Jr. Thus, he’s Leftists’ #1 suspect.

 

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