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Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Washington Post Shreds Democrats’ Claim That Mike Brown Was ‘Murdered’

On Friday, the fifth anniversary of the death of Michael Brown, Democratic presidential candidates Sens. Kamala Harris (CA) and Elizabeth Warren (MA) promoted the Department of Justice-debunked narrative that Michael Brown was "murdered" by white police officer Darren Wilson.

Most mainstream media outlets failed to correct the Democrats — a trend that didn't go unnoticed by many conservative pundits, including Rush Limbaugh — but early Tuesday morning, The Washington Post published a much-welcome fact-check on the candidates' statements. In his analysis, fact-checker Glenn Kessler determined that both Harris and Warren deserved the Post's worst rating: Four Pinocchios, which it defines as a full-fledged "whopper."

On the anniversary of Brown's death Friday, Harris tweeted: "Michael Brown's murder forever changed Ferguson and America. His tragic death sparked a desperately needed conversation and a nationwide movement. We must fight for stronger accountability and racial equity in our justice system."



Anonymous said...

It only makes them look even more foolish, as well as the people who think that they're viable candidates for president.

Anonymous said...

typical liberal,if you say it enough then it is true??? right???

TheRealRay said...

God Bless our Federal, State and Local Police...

Anonymous said...

WaPo is CIA
Always has been