Enter Jesse Jackson On Mike Brown Rhetoric: Like a “State Execution”

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If there are four in the world known to stir the racial pot for personal gain, it would be Barack Obama, Eric Holder, Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson. Although he’s been relatively silent on the Mike Brown front, just like clockwork, Rev. Jesse Jackson has recently joined the front with his three other race baiting brothers.

During a recent interview, Jackson likened Browns to that of a “state execution.”

The remarks came about during an MSNBC interview (go figure), where the famed reverend asked, “[H]ow many times was he shot? And where was he shot? And why was he lying in the street for several hours? That was kind of a state execution.”

(See also: Racial Tensions Continue To Spread, New Orleans Breaks Out In Massive Riot)

He then went on to link Brown’s death to that of Trayvon Martin – his last gold mine – in which he noted, “There’s a pattern of this behavior.” He eventually went on to praise State Highway Patrol Capt. Ron Johnson who the Governor of Missouri recently appointed in charge of the riots in the area. “I really want to say Capt. Ron Johnson has made himself eligible to be the next police chief of Ferguson,” Jackson stated. “He has handled himself in such a way that he has brought calm to a very chaotic situation.”

So what do you think – why is it that men like Obama, Holder, Sharpton and Jackson always seem to insert themselves into the situation where they irrefutably always make the situation worse? Feel free to let us know your thoughts on the entire ordeal in the comments below.

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