Activist Deray McKesson has close ties to the White House. McKesson has also traveled around the U.S. stoking the fires of racial animus in Ferguson, Madison, Baltimore, Charleston, Cincinnatti and McKinney Texas.
Despite video showing Tyrone Harris shooting a handgun in Ferguson, and despite the CCTV video showing Tyrone Harris holding the handgun just prior to the shooting, and despite Alderman Antonio French seeing the shooting, activist Deray McKesson claims Harris, aka “Ty_Da_Shooter”, was not shooting.
But it gets even more weird. WeaselZippers is pointing out that Tryone Harris was previously arrested on a weapons charge, and his bond was paid by the George Soros group M.O.R.E which is a replacement of ACORN.
Why is ACORN/MOVE bailing out violent offenders in Ferguson Missouri ?
What exactly is the agenda here?
The most visible three Ferguson activists being: Deray McKesson and his sidekicks Johnetta Eliza (Twitter @Nettaaaaaaaa) and Ashley Yates (Twitter @BrownBlaze). After several weeks of non-stop 24/7 protesting many ordinary people watching the events began to wonder how these “activists” could afford to continue protesting. Didn’t they have jobs, careers, families or lives?
The fact is, their livelihood is their activism. So again, we review the WH visitors logs the month after the Mike Brown shooting and see if there is a connection; only this time we keep in mind they need money to keep doing the protesting work.
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Yup, a little more than a month after Operation Ferguson was activated in 2014, the cohorts of Deray McKesson appear in the White House, just like the ‘Black Lives Matter’ founders did in 2013.
McKesson was meeting with Zachary Russem, who PJMedia points out:
“Zachary Russem is currently the vice president of Goldman Sachs. In 2011, according to his LinkedIn profile, he worked in the Office of the Vice President and Office of the Secretary as a policy analyst. He was the regional field director for Obama for America from June 2007 – November 2008″.
[…] “Between 2000 and 2013,” researchers at the National Educational Policy Center reported, “TFA’s yearly operating expenditures increased 1,930 percent — from $10 million to $193.5 million. Of those expenditures, TFA annual reports show that about a third of operating costs are borne by the public.” Individual TFA chapters have raked in millions in federal AmeriCorps grants, supported by leaders in both political parties.
Deray McKesson, described by TFA as a “protestor,” is a finalist for the organization’s $10,000 Peter Jennings Award for Civic Leadership, which will be announced next month. He briefly taught sixth-grade math for the program before graduating to full-time racial rabble-rousing.
A gushing New York Times reporter credited McKesson and his social-justice-warrior partners with building “the most formidable American protest movement of the 21st century to date.” (link)
Just like Benjamin Crump and Daryl Parks in 2012, the Black Lives Matter construct stemmed from social justice warriors supported by, and promoted by the Chicago community organizer and his team of ideologues who occupy the White House.
None of this modern angst is random or happenstance. Every single bit of it is highly organized, well funded and coordinated both politically and socially….