2020 Democrats Praise Michael Brown As A Hero On 5 Year Anniversary!

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Article by Bryan Howard

August 12, 2019

Democrats who are running for President in 2020 made disgusting rhetoric that is pure lies and propaganda on the five year anniversary of the Michael Brown shooting. These Democrats claimed that the young African American was murdered by a white police officer unjustly.

Obviously, these are false narratives considering the officer Darin Wilson was cleared of any wrong doing and the autopsy and forensic evidence proved Wilson told the truth of what happened. Michael Brown assaulted Wilson and attempted to steal his gun in a fit of rage. Brown was on top of Wilson and punched him trying to take the gun from the officer in order to shoot him. Wilson eventually got control of the gun and fired in self defense, and if Wilson did not win the exchange Brown most certainly would have killed him.

Earlier that day Brown robbed a convenient store while pushing around a store clerk. Yet, Democrats believe they should celebrate this violent thug who robbed and beat an employee, and attempted to murder a police officer out of cold blood.

Warren tweeted, “5 years ago Michael Brown was murdered by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri. Michael was unarmed yet he was shot 6 times. I stand with activists and organizers who continue the fight for justice for Michael. We must confront systemic racism and police violence head on.”


Biden tweeted, “Five years ago, Michael Brown’s life was taken in Ferguson. His death stirred the conscience of our nation and awakened a generation of activists. We must ensure justice rings out for all in America — regardless of skin color.”


Castro tweeted, “Five years ago, Mike Brown was killed by the police. Activists in Ferguson and beyond always remind us— police violence is gun violence. We can be more just, but we have work to do. Reading our policing plan below:”

O’Rourke tweeted, “Five years ago, Michael Brown was shot dead by a police officer. In the years since, we’ve heard too many names, too many similar stories, to count. In each, we are reminded of an idea as urgent, and as ignored, today as it was when Michael was killed: Black Lives Matter.”

Gillibrand tweeted, “5 years ago, a Ferguson police officer killed Michael Brown, an unarmed teenager. He shot him 6 times. Nothing will bring Michael back, but we can’t stop fighting the injustice done to his family and so many others—and until we do better, we’re failing them.”

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.”

Booker tweeted, “5 years ago, Michael Brown was killed by a police officer. His body lay on the street for hours before he was treated with humanity. I have been thinking all day about Mike and his family, and my prayers are with them.”

Sanders tweeted, “Michael Brown should be alive today. Five years after his death, we must finally end police violence against people of color.”