Race-baiters’ ‘Million Person March’ turns into a bad joke; who do they blame?

By all appearances, an effort by militant activists to drive racial animosity in South Carolina came up a little short of its intended goal.

Short by 999,997 people, give or take a few.

Self-righteously titled the “Million Person March,” the goal was to rally at 6 a.m. on July 4 in the capital city of Columbia , S.C., and begin marching on the State House at 9:00 a.m. to take down the Confederate flag.

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An “anonymous communique” posted on social media pointed out that there will be a “march lead organizer,” and more importantly when it comes to controlling a million people, stressed that “she will have a megaphone.”

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One of a very few photos that have surfaced from the event suggests the lead organizer could have left the megaphone at home.

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Naturally, when in need of placing blame for their failures, the police are ready-made scapegoats for the race baiters.

In reality, according to The State, several hundred turned out, but it was still far from the lofty goal of 1 million.

Photo Credit The State – Michael Bergen

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