Marxist Holder and Obama understand the importance of agitation. They fully understand that the more chaos they can create the better for their cause of fundamentally transforming the country. They also hold the very Constitution they have sworn to uphold in absolute disdain. They have done everything they can to negate the rule of law along with the Constitution.
The situation in Ferguson is a prime example. These people had lynched this policeman within twenty-four hours of the tragic situation. What we now know is that Brown had robbed a store and intimidated a clerk who tried to stop him. Brown and another kid were walking in the middle of the street. A cop told them to use the sidewalk. Brown pummeled the policeman and tried to steal the gun. Brown then started to walk away and the policeman told him to stop. Brown turned around and started to taunt the policeman and then rushed him. The policeman shot Brown who was killed. This is tragic. Here is another tragic situation that receives no publicity.
This happened in Chicago where young people are shot and killed all the time without any comment from Sharpton, Jackson, Holder, Obama or any of the other race baiters. These shooting do not put money in their pockets or further their cause so why should they care.
Antonio Smith, 9, was fatally shot in the Greater Grand Crossing neighborhood, his family told Eyewitness News Wednesday night.
The victim's relatives made a plea to the shooter, who remains at large on Wednesday night.
"He was just a child, just a baby, still had a whole life ahead of him. And like, why? Just a child," said Kenya Eggleston, victim's cousin.
Smith was shot multiple times in the chest around 4 p.m. Wednesday in the 1200-block of East 71st Street.
"At first I didn't know if they were really shots or not. I just heard pop, pop, pop, pop, pow. So I just kept doing what I was doing," said Dave West, neighbor.
"It hurts my heart, really, to see the young kids just, just killing each other. And school is getting ready to start," said Robert Blake, neighbor.
Sources say Antonio, a soon-to-be third grader, was found in the backyard of this apartment building, where he wasn't a resident. It's unclear why he was there.
"We don't know what happened. We don't know if he was running from someone. This is a dead end alley. So he had to be running from somebody trying to go up on the tracks and cross over," said Ashiea Smith, whose relatives live in the building, but is unrelated to the victim.