Governor Nixon Calls for Prosecuting Officer Darren Wilson Despite Lack of Evidence
Evidence? Who needs evidence. We’re all good Democrats here.
“A vigorous prosecution must now be pursued,” Governor Jay Nixon declared. “The democratically elected St. Louis County prosecutor and the Attorney General of the United States, each have a job to do.”
Their job isn’t to conduct a vigorous prosecution, but to determine if there is any basis for such a prosecution. So far the weight of the evidence is against it.
If anyone should be prosecuted, it’s Nixon who took marching orders from Obama, shoved aside the Ferguson police, replaced with Captain Johnson’s “Hug a Rioter” approach leading to chaos and looting. Then he panicked and called for the National Guard.
Nixon wanted to suppress the Michael Brown robbery video and now he’s demanding a prosecution before the investigation is anywhere near done. And there’s nothing resembling a preponderance of evidence justifying one.
Right now there’s more evidence that this Nixon should join the other Nixon by being removed from office than that Darren Wilson should be vigorously prosecuted.
People are really getting sick of the political thuggery from Washington.
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