Hashim Nzinga: Obama watching blacks get ‘shot down like dogs’

By Stephanie Klein | August 15, 2014
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By Bradford Thomas

The New Black Panther Party took over what was designed to be a press conference with Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson Thursday, but their leader’s anger was focused not so much on the Ferguson Police but on President Obama.

Surrounded by group members, New Black Panther Party leader Hashim Nzinga seized control of the gathering and addressed the other protestors. Most of his anger was directed at President Obama, who he accused of being more concerned about suffering in other countries than the suffering of “the black man”:

This is a shame that as we speak the president of United States is talking to Russia, he’s talking to China, he’s talking to North Korea, he’s talking to Iraq and the Middle East about treating their people better—“stop oppressing your people.” But as he look out the window at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, he’s watching the black man, who built the White House, shot down like dogs.

Read more at Truth Revolt.

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