Within minutes of the Ferguson protesters (#F**kThePolice activists) shooting two police officers in Ferguson Missouri the insufferable media went into overdrive trying to protect them from the consequences of their violent exhibition.
Police union representative, Jeff Roorda rightly pointed out the goal of the FTP movement has continued to be violence against police since the outbreak of the activity in August of 2014. The protestors have conducted physical assaults, spat on police, initiated riots, conducted arson, engaged in looting, and most recently shot two police officers.
The media, however, are desperate to protect their chosen narrative. Cue the audio visual demonstration:
Obviously the media goal, as it has been from the outset, is to try and diminish the behavior of the attackers by parsing words and deflecting responsibility.
One of the professional provocateurs/antagonists immediately shrieks from the sunlight brought by Roorda’s stark delivery of fact.
What Antonio French, and those of similar disposition, run away from – is the reality of the Ferguson Thugs being a violent group of anti-police antagonists.
A person only needs to keep confronting these types of professional apologists by asking the question: What exactly does ” FTP ” stand for?
Ask it often, and ask it at every opportunity – the argument is easily won with a simple reflection of what the protestors are actually doing and advocating.