Ferguson Idiot Hears Hard Facts For First Time, Straight from Hannity’s Mouth


March 13, 2015 11:43am PST

A Ferguson protester who witnessed the shooting of two cops earlier this week appeared on Hannity to tell his stories, and things went downhill quickly.

Witness Ivory Ned tried to defend the shooting of the cops, calling it a “reaction” to the Mike Brown shooting. “I’m not saying it’s right,” he added.

“You should be saying it’s wrong,” Hannity shot back, according to The Blaze. He later asked, “I think the story here is…people shouldn’t be shooting cops. I don’t hear you saying that, why not?”

Ned responded that there was “no evidence” that Brown charged Officer Darren Wilson, adding that Hannity needs to “look at the facts.”

That’s when Hannity pounced.

“I’m sure you didn’t read the 87-page report from Eric Holder’s Justice Department,” he said, an assertion that turned out to be true.

Hannity then quoted the Department of Justice report:

Witness accounts suggesting that Brown was standing still with his hands raised in an unambiguous signal of surrender when Wilson shot Brown are inconsistent with the physical evidence, are otherwise not credible because of internal inconsistencies, or are not credible because of inconsistencies with other credible evidence. In contrast, Wilson’s account of Brown’s actions, if true, would establish that the shootings were not objectively unreasonable under the relevant Constitutional standards governing an officer’s use of deadly force. Multiple credible witnesses corroborate virtually every material aspect of Wilson’s account and are consistent with the physical evidence.

Despite all of this, Ned remained defiant.

“The fact remains is Mike Brown was laying down on that ground for four hours,” he said. “You have to listen to the facts!”

In the end, the gentleman could not come to an agreement. This video is proof of how stubborn ignorant liberals can be. They stick to their ridiculous stories, even after they are confronted with cold, hard facts.


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