Protesters in Ferguson Lash Out at Obama & Sharpton “You Haven’t Changed Nothin. F*ck Y’all!”
I’m sure Rev. Al wasn’t expecting this response:
Protester: “Obama, you have done nothing! We need you! You haven’t changed anything! Fuck y’all!” #ferguson
— Andy Carvin (@acarvin) August 14, 2014
The people of #Ferguson are pissed at Obama and Al Sharpton via live stream. "Didn't do shit for us" and "Fuck Sharpton"
— Anonymous (@YourAnonNews) August 14, 2014
Reports of protestors’ statements poured in on Twitter Wednesday, from Andy Carvin , Ryan J. Reilly , Anonymous , and others.
Carvin reported that one protestor yelled, “Obama, you have done nothing! We need you! You haven’t changed anything! Fuck y’all!” While Anonymous wrote that people were “pissed at Obama and Al Sharpton” and quoted rallyers saying they “didn’t do shit for us” and “F*** Sharpton.”
They’ve heard enough talk. They want someone to do something.
Looking for this shakedown artist to do anything except talk?
That’s not happening.
Hat Tip: Gateway Pundit
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