‘BlackLivesMatters’ Rioters Now Say Ferguson Cops Shot Their Own Men to Make Protesters Look Bad

Here is the idiot conspiracy theory du jour: The so-called “BlackLivesMatters” rioters are claiming that the police in Ferguson, Missouri shot their own officers just to make the rioters look bad.

The two officers were shot late last night, some say from a 200-yard distance from where the officers stood outside the Ferguson, Missouri police station.

But now the BlackeLiesMatter-types are coming out with their conspiracy theories. One Tweeter is typical. Saying she doesn’t have any sympathy for the policemen who were shot, @iAmAPickyEater Tweeted that the shooting was perpetrated BY the cops against the cops as a “publicity stunt” just to make the protesters look bad.

But it isn’t just lone hatemongers like the above indulging in conspiracy theories. So-called protest leader Shaun King also indulged in the outrage by questioning the shooting.

So, once again we see that these protesters are delusional.

On top of all this, we have Eric Holder inciting the shootings by issuing his false report on how the Ferguson department is “racist” and we even have the head of the NAACP calling Ferguson police “cockroaches” causing his supporters to discount the lives of the police in Ferguson.


ANother of the so called leaders of the “HandsUp” movement, Bassem Marsi, is indulging conspiracy theories, too. Here are two of his Tweets today:

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