Candace Owens, a black woman, says a war was launched by the left against the police in an effort to control black voters:
She says statistics of black people being killed by police have been presented in a misleading way, which I agree with.
“Hands up, don’t shoot” links directly to Brown’s death, and it went viral. After the shooting, St. Louis Rams players raised their hands as a symbolic gesture entering the field before a football game. Protesters chanted “Hands up, don’t shoot” during rallies after a grand jury in the state’s case against Wilson decided not to indict Wilson in Brown’s killing. The phrase and gesture were on signs, T-shirts, hashtags, memes and magazine covers. It even has its own Wikipedia page.
On Dec. 1, 2014, four members of the Congressional Black Caucus repeated the gesture while delivering speeches on the House Floor titled, “Black in America: What Ferguson Says About Where We Are and Where We Need to Go.” Each of the members held up their hands, and the image spread widely online."
"Yet the Department of Justice’s March 4, 2015, investigative report on the shooting of Michael Brown found federal investigators could not confirm witness accounts that Brown signaled surrender before being killed execution-style. The department’s descriptions of about 40 witness testimonies show the original claims that Brown had his hands up were not accurate."
" The department’s descriptions of about 40 witness testimonies show the original claims that Brown had his hands up were not accurate."
Not to mention the evidence that Brown was trying to get the officers weapon, etc, etc.
And yet, the DNC somehow felt it appropriate to honor his mother at their convention well after the facts were known.