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Surprisingly few anti-Trump protesters showed up to disrupt the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio. While it had been reported that as many as ten thousand demonstrators would be in attendance, the Tuesday July 19th demonstration produced no more than a small handful of protesters. The recent police shootings in Baton Rouge and Dallas, by racist blacks, may have dampened the BLM movements' vigor. Without a doubt, reporters and photojournalists far outnumbered the protesters, making this event more of a camera fest than a political protest.

Cleveland, Ohio. 19th July, 2016. An anti-Trump protester (Left) interrogates a race realist (Right) during the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, about his position that there is a general inequality between Africans Americans and Caucasians when it comes to intelligence.

Cleveland, Ohio. 19th July, 2016. An anti-Trump protester (Left) interrogates a race realist (Right) during the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, about his position that there is a general inequality between African Americans and Caucasians when it comes to intelligence.

Cleveland, Ohio. 19th July, 2016. A group of Bob Avakian communists, who openly call for a armed and violent revolution against the American "system," lead a small group of demonstrators during the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio.

Cleveland, Ohio. 19th July, 2016. A group of Bob Avakian communists, who openly call for armed and violent revolution against the American "system," lead a small group of demonstrators during the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio.

Cleveland, Ohio. 19th July, 2016. Cleveland, Ohio. 19th July, 2016. Bob Avakian communists chant for revolution as they lead a small group of demonstrators during the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio.

Cleveland, Ohio. 19th July, 2016. Bob Avakian communists chant for revolution as they lead a small group of demonstrators during the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio.

Cleveland, Ohio. 19th July, 2016. A small group of demonstrators surround a sole Trump supporter during the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio.

Cleveland, Ohio. 19th July, 2016. A small group of demonstrators surround a sole Trump supporter during the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio.

Cleveland, Ohio. 19th July, 2016. "Bikers for Trump” mobilized during the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio to help provide a barrier between violent Anti-Trump protesters, and those who wish to publicly support Trump.

Cleveland, Ohio. 19th July, 2016. "Bikers for Trump” mobilized during the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, to help provide a barrier between violent anti-Trump protesters, and those who wish to publicly support Trump.

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Chicago Police Mounted Unit, ‪‎Trump Rally‬, ‪Chicago‬ 2016

Chicago Police Mounted Unit, ‪‎Trump Rally‬, ‪Chicago‬ 2016

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"Journalism is printing what someone else does not want printed: everything else is public relations." -George Orwell

Protesters attacked several Trump supporters and then clashed with the Chicago Police during a Chicago Trump rally held at the UIC Pavilion. Due to security concerns, the Trump rally was canceled. All of the aggression that I personally witnessed, was initiated by Trump protesters.

 Protesters clash with Chicago Police during a Trump rally in Chicago.

Blood flows through the streets of Chicago, as protesters clash with Police during a Trump rally in Chicago.

Protesters destroy a ‪#‎Trump‬ merchandise vendor's stand during a Trump rally in ‪#‎Chicago‬.

Merchants evaluate the damage after protesters destroy a ‪Trump‬ merchandise vendor's stand during a Trump rally in ‪Chicago‬.

You could hear Trump protesters mindlessly yelling popular memes such as, "Trump said all Mexicans are rapists," and "Trump supports the KKK!" Apparently, many people absorb their opinions through their cultural pores, rather than through an actual rational thought process.

What did Trump really say about Mexicans and rape? He said the same thing that organizations such as Amnesty International have said. According to multiple reports, the amount of rape that's happening to little girls and women coming across our border, is truly horrific.

I'm so happy Trump brought attention to this issue. Too bad the media twists what he actually said, and that so many people are mindless enough to believe it. The media did a GREAT disservice to our citizens by misreporting what Trump actually said. Now HUGE masses of people have lies on their lips as they chant false slogans through the streets of Chicago. Truly Orwellian...

Violence erupts in ‪#‎Chicago‬ as ‪#‎Trump‬ protesters clash with police.

Violence erupts in ‪#‎Chicago‬ as ‪#‎Trump‬ protesters clash with police.

A Bernie Sanders supporter clashes with police in Chicago during an anti-Trump riot.

A Bernie Sanders supporter clashes with police in Chicago during an anti-Trump protest.

There was one point during the conflict where I thought the Chicago Police were about to be overrun by protesters. The police were spread thin in and around the UIC Pavilion.

This poor guy was attacked by Trump protesters for absolutely no reason. Apparently, the protesters did not like his Trump sign, so they took it from him and ripped it up as they yelled, "You're a racist!" They also took the man's hat.

A Trump supporter makes his escape after being attacked by a mob of anti-‪#‎Trump‬ protesters in ‪#‎Chicago‬.

A Trump supporter (center) makes his escape after being attacked by a mob of anti-‪Trump‬ protesters in ‪Chicago‬.

Basically, a bunch of thugs shut down a political rally, and then attacked Trump supporters and the police. They did this in the name of peace, tolerance, and free speech... You couldn't make this shit up.

Pandemonium erupts as ‪#‎Trump‬ protesters clash with police in ‪#‎Chicago‬. Donald J. Trump

Pandemonium erupts as ‪Trump‬ protesters clash with police in ‪Chicago‬.

A Latino protester expresses his contempt for Donald Trump during a Trump rally in Chicago as he yells, "You call my people rapists! Trump, you are a racist!"

A Latino protester expresses his contempt for Donald Trump during a Trump rally in Chicago as he yells, "You call my people rapists! Trump, you are a racist!" He's holding a Revolutionary Communist Party sign in his hand.

A protester being interviewed by Channel 5 News outside a Trump rally in Chicago. The signs in the background depicting Trum as a Nazi, were made by a local Bob Avakian Communist group that actually encourages blacks to take up arms. Avakian is the Chairman of the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA.

A Trump protester being interviewed by FOX 32 News outside a Trump rally in Chicago. The signs in the background depicting Trump as a Nazi, were made by a local Bob Avakian Communist group that actually encourages blacks to take up arms. Avakian is the Chairman of the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA.

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Ara Zakarian - "The beauty of the Trump rally in Chicago is...He did not even show up and we gave him exactly what he wanted, media attention and he did not even have to say a word. We played right into his hands. Well played Trump.
Silence is golden, you want to protest, do it with your vote."

Me - Yep. You helped to solidified, and even bring in more people to Trump. He's a master at playing the media. Not surprising that all the violence which I witnessed, was perpetrated by Trump protesters. Those weren't Trump people hitting cops with glass bottles and attacking civilians.

Trump is right, hit back! That's the difference, Trump NEVER called for anyone to initiate aggression towards people - only in RESPONSE to aggression. My daddy taught me that when I was 8 - you don't start fights, you finish them.

To say that a person who defends themselves against an attacker, is just as guilty of committing violence as the attacker, is truly a Cultural Marxist way to see things. Wild…

I think what happened yesterday made it abundantly clear to many, many people what's really going on. So happy that I was there to document and report.

Statement from Donald J. Trump:

I don’t see how there is any room for misunderstanding or misinterpretation of the statement I made on June 16th during my Presidential announcement speech. Here is what I said, and yet this statement is deliberately distorted by the media:

“When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best. They’re not sending you . They’re not sending you. They’re sending people that have lots of problems, and they’re bringing those problems to us. They’re bringing drugs.They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people! But I speak to border guards and they tell us what we’re getting. And it only makes common sense. They’re sending us not the right people. It’s coming from more than Mexico. It’s coming from all over South and Latin America, and it’s coming probably from the Middle East. But we don’t know. Because we have no protection and we have no competence, we don’t know what’s happening. And it’s got to stop and it’s got to stop fast.”

What can be simpler or more accurately stated?

George Carlin - Political Correctness is fascism


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Chicago Police Mounted Unit, ‪#‎TrumpRally‬, ‪#‎Chicago‬ 2016

Chicago Police Mounted Unit, ‪#‎TrumpRally‬, ‪#‎Chicago‬ 2016

It's wild watching the media hide leftist violence, while blaming the victim of said violence, for the violence! I've never witnessed such blatant dishonesty in all my life. What the fuck is wrong with you people who believe this shit? I mean seriously folks, did your brains shut down just because you hate Trump? Looks that way... What went down in Chicago was truly sad. Do you really think it's cool to use force, intimidation, and violence to silence the free speech of others, and to deny them the freedom of assembly? If so, your moral compass is seriously broken.

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Demonstrators hold a mass march along Chicago's Magnificent Mile on Black Friday to protest alleged widespread racism within the Chicago police department. The release of a police dashcam video earlier in the the week, which showed the fatal shooting death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald by Chicago police Officer Jason Van Dyke, sparked multiple protests throughout the week.

CHICAGO, IL. Nov. 27, 2015 - The Reverend Jesse Jackson walks with demonstrators down Chicago's Magnificent Mile during a Black Friday protest, which was held in response to the shooting death of Laquan McDonald the Chicago Police.

CHICAGO, IL. Nov. 27, 2015 - The Reverend Jesse Jackson leads several thousand demonstrators down Chicago's Magnificent Mile during a Black Friday protest, which was held in response to the shooting death of Laquan McDonald by a Chicago Police office back in 2014.

CHICAGO, IL. Nov. 27, 2015 - The Reverend Jesse Jackson leads several thousand demonstrators down Chicago's Magnificent Mile during a Black Friday protest, which was held in response to the shooting death of Laquan McDonald by a Chicago Police office back in 2014.

CHICAGO, IL. Nov. 27, 2015 - Demonstrators chant "Hey hey! Ho ho! Rahm Emmanuel has got to go" during a protest march down Chicago's Magnificent Mile. The Black Friday protest was sparked off in response to the shooting death of Laquan McDonald by a Chicago Police office back in 2014.

CHICAGO, IL. Nov. 27, 2015 - Demonstrators chant "Hey hey! Ho ho! Rahm Emmanuel has got to go" during a protest march down Chicago's Magnificent Mile. The Black Friday protest was sparked off in response to the shooting death of Laquan McDonald by a Chicago Police office back in 2014.

CHICAGO, IL. Nov. 27, 2015 - Demonstrators block shoppers from entering stores along Chicago's Magnificent Mile during a Black Friday protest in response to the shooting death of Laquan McDonald by Chicago Police officer, Jason Van Dyke.

CHICAGO, IL. Nov. 27, 2015 - Demonstrators block shoppers from entering stores along Chicago's Magnificent Mile during a Black Friday protest in response to the shooting death of Laquan McDonald by Chicago Police officer, Jason Van Dyke.

Pandemonium ensues as the Chicago police attempt to remove demonstrators from blocking the entrance, and attempted to enter, the Apple Store on North Michigan Avenue during a Black Friday demonstration. The protest was in response to the shooting death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald by Chicago police Officer Jason Van Dyke in 2014.

CHICAGO, IL. Nov. 27, 2015 - Pandemonium momentarily ensues as the Chicago police attempt to remove demonstrators from blocking the entrance, and attempted to enter, the Apple Store on North Michigan Avenue during a Black Friday demonstration. The protest was in response to the shooting death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald by Chicago police Officer Jason Van Dyke in 2014.

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As far as I could tell, the march was peaceful. Even demonstrators who made it into stores, did no damage once inside. They simply chanted, "Hey Hey! Ho Ho! Rahm Emmanuel has to go," and "16 shots and a cover up!" Once they had walked around the store, they all left on their own accord. The only incident, is captioned in the image above. Nobody was arrested, and everyone went about their business.

Pandemonium ensues as the Chicago police attempt to remove demonstrators from blocking the entrance, and attempted to enter, the Apple Store on North Michigan Avenue during a Black Friday demonstration. The protest was in response to the shooting death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald by Chicago police Officer Jason Van Dyke in 2014.

Pandemonium ensues as the Chicago police attempt to remove demonstrators from blocking the entrance, and attempted to enter, the Apple Store on North Michigan Avenue during a Black Friday demonstration. The protest was in response to the shooting death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald by Chicago police Officer Jason Van Dyke in 2014.

Protesters Shutdown Chicago's Mag Mile During Black Friday Demonstration

CHICAGO, IL. Nov. 27, 2015 - Demonstrators block shoppers from entering stores along Chicago's Magnificent Mile during a Black Friday protest in response to the shooting death of Laquan McDonald by Chicago Police officer, Jason Van Dyke.

While the march was for the most part peaceful, I must mention that this was the most disorganized march that I have ever covered.

Purchase images of the story at Demotix: The Reverend Jesse Jackson leads protesters in Chicago
Chicago protesters march as police release video of officer shooting teen


Chicago protesters march as police release video of officer shooting teen

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Laquan McDonald Shooting Protest

"Fuck the Police!"

Around 300 protesters took to the streets of Chicago Tuesday evening after first-degree murder charges were brought against police officer who shot and killed a 17-year-old black youth in 2014.

Around 300 protesters took to the streets of Chicago Tuesday evening after first-degree murder charges were brought against a Chicago police officer who shot and killed a 17-year-old black youth in 2014.

NOT TRUE:
“This guy is having a silent protest with this police officer,” said Fowler. “This is his First Amendment right.” (Raw Story)

Megyn Kelly was correct - - "silent confrontation" was NOT silent. - Black protester did more than just stare at a Chicago cop... (Plus, black protesters threatened a white woman) This "silent confrontation" was NOT silent at all...

It looks to me that Jason Van Dyke should have been removed from the Chicago police force long before he fired 16 shots into Laquan McDonald. He had some 20 complaints against him. I'm also perplexed as to why it took 13 months for charges to be filed, and why the family of Laquan McDonald received a reported 5 million dollars before any criminal indictment was ever filed. Once again, we have an independent reporter rather that the "mainstream media" who forced the had of the Chicago Police into releasing the video. This all looks like an attempted cover-up by the Chicago police to me.

"I want you to beat me with that stick" says a protester as he attempts to provoke a Chicago Police Officer during a protest Tuesday evening of the shooting death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald in October 2014.

"I want you to beat me with that stick" says a protester as he attempts to provoke a Chicago Police Officer during a protest of the shooting death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald back in October, 2014.

FOX News camera operator, Lori Bullerdick, just sent me a clip from her video. That's me in the background.

A view from the other direction - FOX News camera operator, Lori Bullerdick, sent me a still clip from her video. That's me in the background.

I like to follow people who I suspect might be at the center of some sort of controversy. This is a shot I took of the not-so silent protester before he engaged with the police.

Chicago protesters march as police release video of officer shooting teen

This is a shot of the demonstrator yelling at the police. He walked all the way down the line yelling through his bullhorn. He then came back to this officer and continued his verbal assault. I was amazed at how restrained the police were.

Chicago protesters march as police release video of officer shooting teen

This is a shot of the demonstrator engaging with another Chicago police officer. This cop had coughed, and when he did, the demonstrator turned and said "What you coughing for? You want some of this too?" The demonstrator then went on to demand that the officer beat him with his baton - something he continued to say to the other office multiple times. He was obviously trying to aggravate the cops into taking action against him.

The demonstrator taunted this officer for several minutes before going into his "silent confrontation."

Here's the demonstrator requesting to be beaten.

Protests erupted in Chicago Tuesday night in the wake of first-degree murder charges being brought against a police officer who shot and killed a 17-year-old black man in October 2014.

Protests erupted in Chicago Tuesday night in the wake of first-degree murder charges being brought against a police officer who shot and killed a 17-year-old black man in October 2014.

Another shot of the demonstrator verbally taunting the Chicago police.

Protests erupted in Chicago Tuesday night in the wake of first-degree murder charges being brought against a police officer who shot and killed a 17-year-old black man in October 2014.

Protests erupted in Chicago Tuesday night in the wake of first-degree murder charges being brought against a police officer who shot and killed a 17-year-old black man in October 2014.

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Around 300 protesters took to the streets of Chicago in the wake of first-degree murder charges that were brought against police officer, Jason Van Dyke, who shot and killed 17-year-old Laquan McDonald in October 2014. A dashcam video of the shooting was also released earlier Tuesday evening, which sparked the protest.

"I want you to beat me with that stick" says a protester as he attempts to provoke a Chicago Police Officer during a protest Tuesday evening of the shooting death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald in October 2014.

"I want you to beat me with that stick" says a protester as he attempts to provoke a Chicago Police Officer during a protest Tuesday evening of the shooting death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald in October 2014.

Chicago Police guard the station at 1718 S State St. As angry protesters gather on the street over the shooting death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald in October 2014.

Chicago Police guard the station at 1718 S State St. As angry protesters gather on the street in protest of the shooting death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald in October 2014.

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WATCH: Protests erupted in Chicago Tuesday night in the wake of first-degree murder charges being brought against a police officer who shot and killed a 17-year-old black man in October 2014.

Posted by The Kelly File on Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Around 300 protesters took to the streets of Chicago Tuesday evening after first-degree murder charges were brought against police officer who shot and killed a 17-year-old black youth in 2014.

Around 300 protesters took to the streets of Chicago Tuesday evening after first-degree murder charges were brought against police officer who shot and killed a 17-year-old black youth in 2014.

Full Dashcam Video of Officer Jason Van Dyke Shooting Laquan McDonald

It looks like Jason Van Dyke should have been removed from the Chicago police force long before he fired 16 shots into Laquan McDonald. Over the past 15 years, Van Dyke had some 20 complaints filed against him.

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CHICAGO, IL. Aug. 29, 2015 - Hundreds of protesters marched through the streets of Chicago to demand that the Chicago City Council create a civilian police accountability council, which would have the power to conduct community oversight of the Chicago police. The march began at Federal Plaza, located on the corner of Adams and Dearborn, and ended at Chicago's City Hall.

CHICAGO, IL. Aug. 29, 2015 - Hundreds of protesters marched through the streets of Chicago to demand that the Chicago City Council create a civilian police accountability council, which would have the power to conduct community oversight of the Chicago police.

CHICAGO, IL. Aug. 29, 2015 - Protesters march down State Street in Chicago's Loop to demand that the City Council create a civilian police accountability council.

CHICAGO, IL. Aug. 29, 2015 - Protesters march down State Street in Chicago's Loop to demand that the City Council create a civilian police accountability council.

CHICAGO, IL. Aug. 29, 2015 - Several hundred demonstrators march down State Street in Chicago's Loop to demand an end to police racism.

The march, titled “This Stops Today!- We Can't Breathe,” was organized by the Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression, and was supported by the Black Lives Matter Movement, We Charge Genocide, Fearless Leading by the Youth (F.L.Y.), and the Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago (CIOGC), as well as other organizations.

CHICAGO, IL. Aug. 29, 2015 - Young men hold signs in Chicago's Daley Plaza during a political protest against police brutality.

CHICAGO, IL. Aug. 29, 2015 - Young men hold signs in Chicago's Daley Plaza during a political protest against police brutality.

Chicago resident, Sharon Pena, holds a different perspective than most who were in attendance at today's protest. Pena feels that part of the problem lies within the black community itself, rather than police oppression or abuse. According to Pena, rather than spending so much energy blaming others on the outside,  she feels that it's "time to get honest with a self critique of our communities."

CHICAGO, IL. Aug. 29, 2015 - Sharon Pena, a lifelong Chicago resident, came out to express her view that African Americans need to start taking care of their own communities rather than blaming others.

CHICAGO, IL. Aug. 29, 2015 - Sharon Pena, a lifelong Chicago resident, came out to express her view that African Americans need to start taking care of their own communities, rather than blaming others.

Many Muslims were in attendance, as the Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago supported today's march, which was organized by the Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression.

Many Muslims were in attendance, as the Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago supported today's march, which was organized by the Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression.

A Muslim woman displays her sign while  participating in a political protest organized by the Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression, which seeks civilian oversight of the Chicago Police.

CHICAGO, IL. Aug. 29, 2015 - Protesters stage a die-in and moment of silence on Chicago's Wacker Dr. for victims of police violence.

CHICAGO, IL. Aug. 29, 2015 - Protesters stage a die-in and moment of silence on Chicago's Wacker Dr. for victims of police violence.

In a recent local op-ed piece, Frank Chapman, field organizer for the Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression, seemed to condone the violence and destruction which came in the wake of the Michael Brown shooting that occurred on August 9, 2014, in Ferguson, Missouri:

Op Ed: Remembering Michael Brown
"As organizers and fighters for justice and freedom, it is our job, our responsibility, to focus on the mass uprisings, but not like chroniclers, pundits or distant observers. The establishment newspapers, media and official society as a whole continue to describe the uprisings as “riots, and breakdowns in law and order that cannot be tolerated.” They don’t understand that so long as the police murder our people with impunity there can be no peace between the people of oppressed communities and the police."

CHICAGO, IL. Aug. 29, 2015 - Frank Chapman, field organizer for the Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression, speaks to demonstrators in Chicago's Daley Plaza during a rally to end police violence.

CHICAGO, IL. Aug. 29, 2015 - Frank Chapman, field organizer for the Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression, speaks to demonstrators in Chicago's Daley Plaza during a rally to end police violence.

How exactly destroying businesses of other community members helps move everyone towards "Justice," or how looting and vandalism hurts the police, was never clearly articulated.

More images here>>> Demotix News

CHICAGO, IL. Aug. 29, 2015 - A young demonstrator raises the Black Power fist as she marches with a group of protesters who are calling for an end to racial profiling, police brutality, and civilian oversight of the Chicago Police department.

CHICAGO, IL. Aug. 29, 2015 - A young demonstrator raises the Black Power fist as she marches with a group of protesters who are calling for an end to racial profiling, police brutality, and civilian oversight of the Chicago Police department.

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Mansur Ball-Bey, a black 18-year-old suspected drug dealer, made a really bad mistake when he allegedly pointed a gun at two St. Louis police officers who were waiting in an alley during a warrant search of a home in a crime-troubled section of St. Louis.

Mansur Ball-Bey, along with another suspect, reportedly ran out the back door of the home where officers were serving a search warrant. Mansur Ball-Bey was fatally shot Wednesday by police after he reportedly pointed a gun at them.

In typical fashion,#BlackLivesMatter "activists" took to the streets in protest.

Mansur Ball-Bey Killed After Pointing Gun At St. Louis Police

St. Louis, MO. - Aug. 19, 2015: St. Louis fire fighters work to quell a blaze that was started during a riot over the shooting death of 18-year-old suspected drug dealer, Mansur Ball-Bey.

One thing that I've learned in recent weeks, is how #BlackLivesMatter activists have the media afraid to come in. I guess their strategy is to threaten any and all journalists who are not "down with the cause." I know two journalists who will no longer cover this story due to personal threats, and vandalism to their cars.

Mansur Ball-Bey Killed After Pointing Gun At St. Louis Police

St. Louis, MO. - Aug. 19, 2015: A St. Louis Police Officer stands ready during a riot over the shooting death of 18-year-old suspected drug dealer, Mansur Ball-Bey.

#BlackLivesMatter is what Democracy looks like: I was recognized by several people in the crowd, and I was threatened by them once again. Apparently, I've been ‪#‎Blacklisted‬ by ‪#‎BlackLiesMatter‬!

Family members maintain that Ball-Bey was a good kid who never even had a traffic ticket... So...

"...never had a traffic ticket..." = He should be allowed to hang out at drug houses after work, and point guns at the cops without consequence.

Ah, yes... The logic of the urban black community...

Here is Ball-Bey in a video with gang members brandishing guns
'No Duckin, We Buckin

Nope, no thug life here!

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