STAND DOWN: Did The White House Stop The National Guard From Intervening in Ferguson?

Photo Credit: AP

Photo Credit: AP

MO Lt. Gov: Officials Must Explain ‘Under Oath’ why National Guard Stood By as Ferguson Burned

By Matthew Boyle.

Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder, a Republican, is demanding that the state’s Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon offer a public explanation as to why he told the National Guard which he had previously mobilized to stand down in Ferguson, Missouri, on Monday night as the city burned in riots.

On Fox News on Tuesday morning, Kinder told anchor Martha MacCallum that Nixon kept the National Guard away as Ferguson burned—and questioned whether he did so in coordination with top officials from President Barack Obama’s administration. At a Tuesday press conference in response to a question from Breitbart News’ Kerry Picket, Nixon said that Kinder’s questions were “false and absurd” and that “politics has nothing to do with what anyone up here is doing.”

Kinder, in an exclusive interview with Breitbart News early on Tuesday evening after the Nixon presser, said that Nixon owes the people of Missouri and specifically Ferguson an explanation as to why he held back the National Guard from stopping the looting, rioting, and burning of businesses and terrorizing of people.

“All I did was ask the question, and he says it’s false. Well, okay, then explain yourself, governor,” Kinder said. “Explain why you gave the order that I supported a week ago to mobilize the guard, to declare a state of emergency, and then at the critical moment you’re nowhere to be found by the mayor of Ferguson who’s desperately calling me in the wee hours of this morning, desperately calling the Speaker of the Missouri House and the floor leader of the Missouri House, Tim Jones and John Diehl, and asking for somebody in state government to stand up and give him some help. All executive power and all command of the Missouri National Guard rests with the Missouri chief executive so none of us could do anything as Ferguson burned. So this mayor made this desperate call as he was watching from his back porch as his city burned.”

Kinder said that Ferguson Mayor James Knowles and Nixon haven’t spoken since the first riots broke out in August.

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Black Mob Violence Now a Sickness

By Colin Flaherty.

Thank you, Ferguson: Thanks to you we learned that black mob violence is now a sickness — not just a problem.

And no one is sicker than the reporters who ignore, condone, excuse, and even encourage it, as we learned from the latest riot. . .

The day after the riot ,on “Morning Joe”, I learned from a black reporter that because the district attorney of St. Louis took 25 minutes to explain the grand jury decision that was proof positive the cop should have gone to trial. And reason enough to riot. . .

Also on riot night on Fox, Megyn Kellly — the devotee of the damages of white privilege — agreed with a black guest who said the rioters threw molotov cocktails because St. Michael was left in the street for four and half hours.

Back at “Morning Joe”, a former Republican White House staffer said it was all about police-community relations. Roughly translated that means too many black people were breaking the law. And too many white cops were catching them.

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Photo Credit: The Smoking Gun

Photo Credit: The Smoking Gun

Michael Brown’s Stepfather Urged Protesters To “Burn This B**ch Down” After Grand Jury Announcement

Michael Brown’s stepfather last night repeatedly urged protesters to “Burn this bitch down” after a prosecutor announced that no criminal charges would be filed against the Ferguson, Missouri police officer who killed the unarmed teenager.

Louis Head, an ex-con who is married to Brown’s mother, Lesley McSpadden, was with McSpadden outside the Ferguson Police Department headquarters Monday evening as prosecutor Robert McCulloch disclosed that a grand jury declined to vote an indictment against Officer Darren Wilson in the August 9 shooting.

After consoling a weeping McSpadden, the 38-year-old Head–who was standing atop a platform in the middle of the agitated crowd of several hundred protesters–began screaming “Burn this bitch down!” He did this at least ten times, and at one point yelled for a microphone so that he could broadcast his incendiary message beyond the range of his unamplified voice.

While trying to incite the crowd, Head (pictured above) was wearing a commemorative t-shirt with the words “I Am Mike Brown” and a beanie, both of which bore a silkscreened photo of Brown in his high school cap and gown.

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Officer Darren Wilson: Sorry for Brown’s Loss but, ‘Clean Conscious’

By Breitbart TV.

Police officer Darren Wilson said that he was “sorry” to the Brown family for their loss, but that he has “a clean conscience” in his first interview since the shooting broadcast on Tuesday’s “ABC World News.”

Wilson said that after he pulled his car next to Brown “I had gone to open the door and get out of the car. And when I did so, as I opened the door, I said, ‘come here for a minute.’ And that’s when he turned and said, ‘what the [bleep] are you going to do about it?’ And slammed my door shut on me.”

Next, Wilson stated “I used my door to try to push him back and yell at him to get back. And again, he just pushed the door shut and just stares at me. And as I look back at him, all of a sudden, punches start flying.”

Wilson denied that he tried to pull Brown into the car, adding “that would be against every training ever taught to any law enforcement officer. I don’t know what or how many [punches] hit me after that. I just know there was a barrage of swinging and grabbing and picking for about ten seconds.”

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Planned Parenthood Condemns Ferguson Decision, But Targets Black Babies for Abortion

By Steven Ertelt.

The Planned Parenthood abortion business is aggressively opposing the decision in Ferguson, Missouri by a grand jury to not bring an indictment of a police officer who shot an African-American man.

The decision not to bring charges has sparked more racial tensions nationwide, and some black residents of the small Missouri town last night engaged in violence and illegal activities, ranging from arson to burglary to respond to the decision.

Though the events in Ferguson have nothing to do with abortion, Planned Parenthood and its pro-abortion CEO Cecile Richards have been very active on Twitter condemning the decision and stoking the racial divide. Ironically, as the abortion giant jumps in the debate, it makes no mention of the fact that it preys on black Americans and aborts black babies at alarming rates.

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