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Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby Thanks Paid Racial Agitator Deray McKesson For His Support

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Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby Thanks Paid Racial Agitator Deray McKesson For His Support

Marilyn Mosby claimed today that her personal account had been hacked and that tweets she endorsed calling the 6 officers she charged ‘thugs’ and saying that she would concern a “certain type of white person”, were not made by her. Given that the rest of her personal account appears unaffected by this apparently highly selective hacking, one has to doubt the honesty of Ms. Mosby’s assertions.

In case anyone tries to argue that Mosby doesn’t know who she is talking to In McKesson, we note her husband actually welcomed McKesson and Johnetta Elzie to the city, when they came to agitate. He even included a #BlackLIvesMatter hashtag in his tweet.
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McKesson and other ‘protesters’ have somehow managed to be able to travel from protest to protest, traveling from Ferguson to Baltimore and most recently to Cleveland. As we noted, the Acorn-related group, MORE, is one of the groups who has been paying protesters to protest and we listed payoffs to various protest organizers, including money to travel to various protest events.

McKesson has stated his purpose is not ‘to build’ but specifically to ‘create crisis’:
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He also has endorsed or posted tweets that appear threatening:
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Yet this is the person that the Mosbys appear to be welcoming and thanking in his effort to bring ‘crisis’ to Baltimore.

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