Fortune Magazine Names #Ferguson Riot Leaders in Their List of World’s Greatest Leaders

Really? Two of the world’s greatest leaders perpetuated on a lie. This is outrageous and it is the blatant promotion of an agenda using select propaganda. Fortune Magazine should be ashamed of themselves, but they won’t be. I’ll never buy them again. Would be nice to know who is footing the bill for these two. Even money it involves George Soros and commie groups, or both.

From Gateway Pundit:

Hands Up!

Deray McKesson and Johnetta Elzie (ShordeeDooWhop) who helped whip up the Ferguson mobs were named by Fortune Magazine as two of the world’s greatest leaders.

DeRay came to St. Louis from Minnesota for the past several months to tweet out his anti-police “hands up” rhetoric night after night. It’s not clear who was paying him. ShordeeDooWhop and DeRay were two of the local protesters who were flown to New York City to help instigate the mob after the Eric Garner decision. It’s not clear who flew them there.

The Ferguson protest movement was all based on the lie that Michael Brown had his hands up and was surrendering when he was shot dead by Officer Darren Wilson.

ShordeeDooWhop tweeted this out after she was recognized by Fortune.

Neither ShordeeDooWhop or DeRay have ever apologized for the mass chaos and destruction they helped whip up in Ferguson.

Ferguson protesters light the city on Fire in November.

NewsBusters reported:

In a list that included Pope Francis and tech billionaires, two Ferguson protesters were lauded as among the 50 “greatest leaders,” by Fortune magazine. Fortune described the people who made the list as “extraordinary men and women” who are “transforming business, government, philanthropy, and so much more.”

If by transforming businesses, Fortune means looting and burning them, no argument here. Deray McKesson and Johnetta Elzie helped whip up the Ferguson mobs that terrorized the city in service of a lie. Not that Fortune would tell readers that:

“After the fatal shooting of Michael Brown by police in Ferguson, Mo., Mckesson left his school administrator job in Minneapolis to protest in St. Louis. He met Elzie at a medic training on how to respond to tear gas, and together they began to chronicle events in the shooting’s wake as they unfolded with breakneck speed. Their award-winning online newsletter, This Is the Movement, now has some 15,000 subscribers—and the two reach another 100,000 followers via Twitter. “My role here is just to amplify the message,” Mckesson tells Fortune. “We are two of many people.”

Fortune was careful to note that McKesson and Elzie were “prominent voices for nonviolent protest.” That must be comforting to the burned-out shop owners and the families of cops shot during protests. It must salve the wounds of the survivors of the two NYPD officers murdered by a man who posted on Instragram: “I’m putting wings on pigs today. They take 1 of ours … let’s take 2 of theirs.”

How can they say they are a prominent voice for nonviolent protests? Places were destroyed, people were hurt, cops were wounded and killed for Pete’s sake. They fomented violence and promoted the hatred of police. They glorified criminals and racists. These people are part of a group of communist agitators, terrorists and radicals who seek to destroy the rule of law and who feel entitled because of race and stature. What they excelled at was looting and burning. They actively helped destroy businesses and neighborhoods. Way to go Fortune… idolizing a criminal, murderous element and promoting chaos and radicalism. How Amerikan.

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton is an editor and writer for Right Wing News. She owns and blogs at NoisyRoom.net. She is a Constitutional Conservative and NoisyRoom focuses on political and national issues of interest to the American public. Terresa is the editor at Trevor Loudon's site, New Zeal - trevorloudon.com. She also does research at KeyWiki.org. You can email Terresa here. NoisyRoom can be found on Facebook and on Twitter.

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