With the lunatic left ready to rock and roll in the streets over the defeat of Hillary Clinton a new film could increase the intensity of TheResistance by ripping open an old wound along racial lines.
The 2014 shooting of hulking thug Michael “Gentle Giant” Brown by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson set off riots and spawned the Black Lives Matter movement. Democrats including then president Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder exploited the shooting for the maximum political effect while “hands up, don’t shoot” became a part of the cultural zeitgeist.
While the Democrats were walloped in the mid-terms and then again last November – largely due to the lack of black voter turnout – the race card remains a very potent talisman in the unfolding color revolution against President Donald Trump and one that could potentially ignite national civil unrest if played.
Now in what looks like an effort to recapture the Ferguson lightning in a bottle, a new documentary is insinuating that Brown was framed over that damning convenience store video that swayed public perception.
— The Hill (@thehill) March 12, 2017
The film which is entitled “Stranger Fruit” – in a play on Billie Holliday’s famous song – posits that the incriminating footage was actually from early morning hours well before the fatal confrontation and that Brown wasn’t ripping anyone off but was pissed off over a dope deal gone bad.
According to The Hill “New documentary suggests twist in Michael Brown case”:
A new documentary suggests Michael Brown did not rob a convenience store in Ferguson, Mo. before he was fatally shot in 2014 by police.
A new documentary that debuted Saturday at a film festival in Austin, Texas — citing previously unseen footage — instead reports that there was a possible drug transaction Brown had with employees at the store during an earlier visit, The St. Louis Post Dispatch reported.
The film, “Stranger Fruits,” suggests Brown first went to Ferguson Market and Liquor at about 1 a.m. and exchanged marijuana with the store clerks for boxes of cigarilllos. Before leaving the store, Brown reportedly gave the boxes of cigarillos back to the store clerk to get at a later time.
“Mike did not rob the store,” a narrator in the film says.
“It was a misunderstanding,” Brown’s mother, Lezley McSpadden, says.
Jay Kanzler, an attorney for the convenience store and its employees, said that there was “no transaction.”
“There was no understanding. No agreement,” he told The New York Times. “Those folks didn’t sell him cigarillos for pot. The reason he gave it back is he was walking out the door with unpaid merchandise and they wanted it back.”
St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar said it was “news” to him that Brown had visited the store earlier in the day.
The Hollywood Reporter provides additional details in their review of this agitprop:
Filmmaker Jason Pollock conducts a revealing investigation into the Ferguson shooting.
Stranger Fruit, an explosive documentary retracing the events surrounding the 2014 shooting of Michael Brown, begins with an image of the Ferguson, Missouri, African-American high school grad proudly wearing his cap and gown.
He’d die eight days later, unarmed, of multiple gunshot wounds at the hands of white police officer Darren Wilson, who would ultimately be exonerated of any criminal wrongdoing by a state grand jury, igniting a firestorm of protests in Ferguson and throughout the country.
Determined to set the record straight, director Jason Pollock (a protege of Michael Moore) opens his own investigation — and the damning, emotionally charged results clearly struck a chord with the audience at its SXSW world premiere, which was attended by Brown’s mother, Lezley McSpadden.
Thanks to Pollock’s dropping of a major bombshell in the form of additional surveillance footage that had evidently been suppressed by Ferguson police, the film (the title draws upon the lynching protest poem “Strange Fruit”) may even generate traction in efforts calling upon the Department of Justice to re-open Brown’s case.
Pollock is identified as a “protege” of Michael Moore, that would be the same obese agitator who has become the de facto leader of Democrats and their allies looking to reverse the results of the election.
The racial animosity that ensued after Brown was sent to his great reward burned hotter than hell until a series of cop killings and violent protests made Black Lives Matter too toxic for even the Democrats – despite reports that George Soros was providing money to the organization – and at the worst time for Hillary.
The post-inauguration protests that have been organized against Trump have had an amazing lack of diversity to this point which has slowed the regime change.
There have been seas of angry women in stupid pink pussy hats, Muslims and Latinos but very few black people, a good many saw right through Democrats and their false promises that are quickly abandoned after the votes have been counted in order to keep them on the party plantation. Any serious revolution can’t be pulled off without the help of the black community and the timing of this film should be considered suspect considering the swirling animosity that is building against Trump.
This is very dark shit now, the likes of which is standard operating procedure for CIA and other Deep State elements who are able to pull off foreign coups by sowing seeds of societal unrest and who will seize on this film to reignite racial animosity.
As of this writing the echo chamber is promoting what would normally be an obscure conspiratorial film and it could soon erupt into calls for a reopening of the investigation into the Brown shooting.