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Democratic Senator Arrested in Ferguson Shows Ultimate Form of Defiance

Colin Kaepernick’s National Anthem protest seems to have started a ripple effect amongst Democratic officials. While it seems like a show of solidarity, one should definitely question their intentions. As the black population seems to be wising up to how the  Clinton’s and Democrats have used and abused them over the decades, desperate times may be calling for desperate measures. Seems like a grab for the black votes they are losing.

A state Senator from MO has now sat through the pledge, Jamilah Nasheed, saying she did it in solidarity and protest. Nasheed was arrested in Ferguson saying, ““I went to Ferguson to get arrested, I wanted to show protesters how to get arrested”

I guess we shouldn’t be too shocked, but how are these people even government officials?

More can be found Here and Here 

Fox News reports:

Colin Kaepernick’s National Anthem protest has started a ripple effect across the sports spectrum, reaching other NFL players, soccer stars and even high school student athletes. On Wednesday, his protest trickled into the Missouri Legislature.

State Sen. Jamilah Nasheed, a St. Louis Democrat, refused to stand while her colleagues recited the Pledge of Allegiance in the state Capitol. She said her silent protest on the Senate floor was intended to show solidarity with the San Francisco 49ers quarterback.

Kaepernick has kneeled for the National Anthem in protest of police brutality and what he has described as social injustice against minorities in the U.S. Nasheed, who is black, said she wants to call attention to those issues and isn’t “anti-America.” Nasheed’s protest was met with silence in the chamber.

Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder, a former GOP candidate for governor who presided over the Senate Wednesday, released a statement calling Nasheed’s protest an “occasion for great sorrow.” He said he worried about “the example she is setting, particularly for our young people.”




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