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State Senator: This Is St Louis’ Race War
From the article:
Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadali said, “I have to tell you that there has been systematic racism, institutionally in state government for decades, including my own state party. So what we are looking at right now is a symptom of racism that has been swept under the rug for decades. and I am so glad now that the truth is out, and I’m very grateful to your network for telling the truth in reporting the truth of what’s going to go down in the coming days.”
I have a few questions: I wonder….did systemic racism get Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal elected to office?
Next question….A 6 foot, 4 inch…around 300 pound 18 year old male,…possibly high?on something, running at a police officer like a raging bull is racism? How so? She must not understand the words…perpetrator, victim, and self-defense. Thankfully, the jury did.
If she was truly in emotional cohesiveness (in spirit) for her people, you know…her “constituents”…why wasn’t she there in the streets for the verdict? It’s real easy to say things from a protected environment. In my opinion, it’s hypocritical not to be there.
I took it by her little speech she must be still running for office.
And where, oh where was Al Sharpton? He starts trouble and disappears. Yeah, he’s there for you bro’ until he isn’t there. He was probably at his lovely home, watching the carnage on his big screen TV, drinking his favorite beverage and patting himself on the back for a job well done. He will collect his check and tell the family they will keep on fighting for justice as he fills his coffers. Isn’t that how it goes?