PODCAST – 10 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Support Ferguson Agitators via Wayne Dupree Show

On the Wayne Dupree Show tonight, Wayne and co-host Alyssa Lafage discussed the 10 reasons why people should not support the agitators in Ferguson, MO.

  1. We do not know all of the facts. Instead of maintaining a true justice mindset of “innocent until proven guilty,”agitators are out for blood without knowing all of the information.
  2. CAIR and MissouriNow (ACORN) are involved and coordinating national efforts in Ferguson.  Their agenda is not one of justice or peace. Enough said.
  3. This is a local issue, not a national one yet it has been hyped up due to misplaced emotions.
  4. President Obama told some of the top activist to “Stay the Course”…..how about break it up and go home!
  5. We have not seen a string of leaders go into Ferguson speaking about dropping these protests and changing the message to peace, waiting for the facts and rebuilding.
  6. The narrative is false about a young black guy being shot down. These incidents happen every weekend at the hands of gang members in Chicagoyet the media and career-rabble rousers are silent.
  7. Violence doesn’t solve anything. It will not change the outcome of the case.
  8. Sharpton, Jackson, Cornel West, Russell Simmons and others flew into town to ramp things up and rolled out in their charter planes and limousines and were welcomed by agitators.
  9. The people of Ferguson are not behind this agitators. The overwhelming majority of residents want justice and peace.
  10. Violent agitation will not result in a just decision. It will only cause more damage and problems.

Listen to the Wayne and Alyssa discuss this list from tonight’s show:

 
 
 

Wayne Dupree

Wayne Dupree is owner and founder of WayneDupree.com. He was named to the 2017 Newsmax’s 50 Most Influential African-American Republicans. He served in the USAF between 1987-1995. He saw time in Operation Desert Storm/Shield and is the father of three. He is the host of the Wayne Dupree Show.

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