‘Real Racism is Supported by Lies’ video exposes flaws in left’s divisive, dangerous game

A video exposing the “real racism” behind clowns like Al Sharpton is starting to gain momentum on YouTube and social media.

The micro documentary titled “Real Racism is Supported by Lies” focuses on the lie of “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” that followed the killing of black teenager Michael Brown by Ferguson, Mo., police Officer Darren Wilson.

The narrator demands race hustlers like Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Eric Holder and even President Obama apologize for promoting the lie that caused so many protests and riots.

The video also slammed the media’s role in pushing the narrative that Brown and Florida’s Trayvon Martin were killed by white racists.

“You have liberals and many poor blacks backing up this fantasy story with White House officials showing up to Michael Brown’s funeral. A criminal who physically intimidated a store clerk while robbing him and then attacking the police officer in his vehicle,” the narrator stated.

“Obama in February invited Trayvon Martin’s family to the White House,” he said. “A case where the media toted around a picture of a little baby boy.

“And for Zimmerman, talk about the media rushing to judgment before they saw an actual picture of him,” the narrator said. “How many times did we hear about a white male, Zimmerman? This guy isn’t white by any standard.”

The narrator said that while police brutality is real and racism is real, “they are probably not tied together as closely, as much as the media wants you to believe.”

The video ends with the narrator telling Sharpton to get behind a campaign that would really help black lives, stopping black-on-black violence.

Related:

‘Hands up, don’t shoot’ liar’s lawsuit seeks BIG PAYDAY for Ferguson infamy.

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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