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Apr

Call To Action | Exposing The Hijacking Of Ferguson (& Beyond) And Those Involved…

  • By Hands Up Dont Shoot


Going through what we went through was difficult enough… to stand and look oppression in the face, to get teargassed, chased by tanks and armed soldiers… our crime? Standing for justice. Imagine that. Then imagine having people get at under the pretense of help, then, lie, deceive, pass off your efforts as their own and co-opt what you started then proclaim themselves ‘leaders’ and raise hundreds of millions of dollars in your name. Get the money, then bounce.

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24

Apr

Someone asked me who put this ‘hit’ on Gov Greitens? I’m thinking who put this ‘hit’ on Kim Gardner?<br><br>”Rep. Diane Franklin, R-Camdenton, who represents portions of Fort Leonard Wood and the Lake of the Ozarks area, said the people she’s talked to in her district think Greitens is doing a good job as governor.<br><br>“I guess there’s maybe a rural and city divide on a lot of issues, and this is one of them,” she said. “The folks that I represent – as I’m out and about in the rural area – that’s how they feel about it.”<br><br>House Speaker Todd Richardson, R-Poplar Bluff, Senate President Pro-tem Ron Richard, R-Joplin, and several other Republican leaders have called on Greitens to resign. But Franklin is taking a wait-and-see approach and said she hasn’t seen any clear-cut evidence that Greitens has done anything wrong.”<br><br>Given everything that’s been exposed and all the cases Kim Gardner could have brought or other actions she could have taken, why Greitens? Especially after losing the Stockley case. <br><br>Lawmakers are already moonwalking.

  • By Hands Up Dont Shoot
Someone asked me who put this 'hit' on Gov Greitens? I'm thinking who put this 'hit' on Kim Gardner?

"Rep. Diane Franklin, R-Camdenton, who represents portions of Fort Leonard Wood and the Lake of the Ozarks area, said the people she’s talked to in her district think Greitens is doing a good job as governor.

“I guess there’s maybe a rural and city divide on a lot of issues, and this is one of them,” she said. “The folks that I represent – as I’m out and about in the rural area – that’s how they feel about it.”

House Speaker Todd Richardson, R-Poplar Bluff, Senate President Pro-tem Ron Richard, R-Joplin, and several other Republican leaders have called on Greitens to resign. But Franklin is taking a wait-and-see approach and said she hasn’t seen any clear-cut evidence that Greitens has done anything wrong."

Given everything that's been exposed and all the cases Kim Gardner could have brought or other actions she could have taken, why Greitens? Especially after losing the Stockley case.

Lawmakers are already moonwalking.

Some Missouri lawmakers not calling on Greitens to resign, despite growing legal troubles

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is still getting some legislative support, despite being charged on Friday with illegally obtaining a list of donors from a


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24

Apr

Last one before I hop off here… in case you haven’t heard (and no, I don’t know why)… <br><br>Apparently this was announced at Harvard…<br><br>”“We have to get behind people who look like us and get them in these elected seats so that they can really do what’s right by the community, and I’m going to start with me by running for Ferguson city council, and hopefully I can elevate,” she said.”<br><br>”Co-panelist Benjamin Crump, an attorney for Brown’s family, noted what a legacy it would be for McSpadden to be elected to the city council and supervising the same police department that killed her son.”

  • By Hands Up Dont Shoot
Last one before I hop off here... in case you haven't heard (and no, I don't know why)...

Apparently this was announced at Harvard...

"“We have to get behind people who look like us and get them in these elected seats so that they can really do what’s right by the community, and I’m going to start with me by running for Ferguson city council, and hopefully I can elevate,” she said."

"Co-panelist Benjamin Crump, an attorney for Brown’s family, noted what a legacy it would be for McSpadden to be elected to the city council and supervising the same police department that killed her son."

Michael Brown’s mother considering run for Ferguson City Council

ST. LOUIS, MO — The mother of the late Michael Brown, Lezley McSpadden, was part of a panel Monday night (April 23) at Harvard University where she announced she would run for Ferguson City Council. Co-panelist Benjamin Crump, an attorney for Brown’s family, noted what a legacy it would be for M...


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24

Apr

This case is totally imploding. My take away? First, why bring this case? Where is the evidence? If her office will go to these lengths to prosecute a sitting white Republican gov in a red state, imagine how they do poor black people. <br><br>Not to be deterred, as one case implodes Kim Gardner launches another… Greitens is accused of obtaining/using a donor list from the org he founded in which he created the donor list… I think. <br><br>He paid “a $100 fine to the state Ethics Commission for failing to report the list as a campaign contribution.”

  • By Hands Up Dont Shoot
This case is totally imploding. My take away? First, why bring this case? Where is the evidence? If her office will go to these lengths to prosecute a sitting white Republican gov in a red state, imagine how they do poor black people.

Not to be deterred, as one case implodes Kim Gardner launches another... Greitens is accused of obtaining/using a donor list from the org he founded in which he created the donor list... I think.

He paid "a $100 fine to the state Ethics Commission for failing to report the list as a campaign contribution."

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens Charged With Second Felony: Computer Data Tampering

The latest charge is related to the alleged use of his veterans' charity donor rolls to raise money for his 2016 gubernatorial campaign. He says he will clear his name in court.


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