Wednesday, March 18, 2015
I am sure Jonathan Capehart of the Washington Post felt warm and fuzzy when he posted, " ‘Hands up, don’t shoot’ was built on a lie."Admitting his mistake is a start.When will he pony up some money to help the 8,192 households in Ferguson, Missouri, recover the approximately $250 million in lost property values caused by his sloppy journalism and to be blunt, racism?...People like Jonathan Capehart did this because the news media is run by a bunch of college-educated liberals who take the word of black people over white people. Every time.It is racist.
Because Capehart is a racist. And now he's peddling another lie; the lie about the "racism" of the people of Ferguson.
But Jonathan Capehart rationalizes this lie as saying well, the white cops were not nice to black people, so all the rioting, looting, larceny and arson were justified.Tell that to the 5,000 black households in Ferguson who just lost $30,000 in equity on their homes because of the lie he helped spread.I knew it was a lie all along. I remember past lies of a similar nature from Tawana Brawley and Crystal Magnum. The NAACP has no credibility with me because of its legacy of spreading fear and through outrageous lies -- and its silence on black-on-black crime, particularly homicides.The failure of so many journalists to do their job and double-check Dorian Johnson's cover story just cost approximately 5,000 black families in Ferguson, Missouri, roughly $150 million.Black lives matter to me. But to guys like Al Sharpton and Jonathan Capehart, ratings and online hits matter more.
Capehart is getting a six figure salary for writing racist diatribes for the Washington Post; It's why he's there, to make rich white Liberals feel good about themselves.
Like the Pharisees int he Bible who proclaimed their righteousness:
The Pharisee stood by himself and prayed this prayer: 'I thank you, God, that I am not a sinner like everyone else. For I don't cheat, I don't sin, and I don't commit adultery. I'm certainly not like that tax collector!