The radicalized will deny evidence contrary to their beliefs no matter how compelling. When combined with simple ignorance and stupidity nothing, absolutely nothing, no matter how powerful the truth and the facts that support it are, will be sufficient for the admittance of even doubt, let alone being in the wrong. The fact that the President has decided to make Ferguson a continuing rallying cry for racial division and violence is morally, ethically and politically reprehensible. Any further blood, social or economic harms must, to a certain degree, now be laid at the Narcissist in Chief’s feet, with a large portion sliced off for the liberal media’s incessant misrepresentations and progressive propaganda. At least we have been saved, for the moment, from Obama’s mentioning that Michael Brown could have been his own son as Trayvon Martin might have been.
Sparks flew Tuesday when Megyn Kelly brought Texas Democrat Al Green to“The Kelly File” to explain the Congressional Black Caucus’s “hands up, don’t shoot” demonstration on the House floor.
It didn’t go well for Green.
The best part for viewers came when he accused Kelly of telling only one side of the story – possibly forgetting that his own presence on the camera proved both sides were represented.
The worst part for Green came when he accused Kelly of making the Michael Brown shooting controversy a race issue, ludicrously suggesting he hadn’t brought it up.
Kelly responded by reading parts of a Green statement repeating the by-now tired mantra that the Brown shooting and its aftermath proved “black lives don’t matter.”
The conversation got hot, but Kelly never lost her cool.
If you missed it Tuesday night, do yourself a favor and check it out.