WATCH The Meet the Press Panel Go BERZERK After Panelist Refuses to Accept ‘Whiter communities don’t see the race issue’ & Says ‘Don’t rob a convenience store. Don’t fight a policeman’ [Video]

Truth hurts and by the look on Andrea Mitchell’s smug, elitist puss, she just got walloped. The physical evidence presented to the grand jury absolutely backs up Officer Wilson and Lowry wrote on it and nailed it. He pointed out that a preponderance of credible evidence showed that Brown had no interest in surrendering. Brown robbed a store, roughed up the owner, cussed out Officer Wilson, hit the officer, tried to take his gun in the patrol car and then after running away, turned and charged like a drug-addled bull. Wilson shot him dead and honestly, Brown did everything he could to get shot. Wilson did his job and then protected himself as he was supposed to do. Stupidity kills.

From NewsBusters:

Eeek! How dare he?!

National Review editor Rich Lowry actually committed the “heresy” of citing the evidence presented to the Ferguson case grand jury on Meet The Press today. Such evidence is rarely cited by liberal circles because it confirms the account given by police officer Darren Wilson. Lowry’s flagrant disregard of avoiding the inconvenient truths caused quite a reaction from Eugene Robinson of the Washington Post who was left sputtering in reply and from Andrea Mitchell who entertained the audience with her body language outrage.

CHUCK TODD: Rich, what’s interesting when you look at whites, whites that live in urban communities believe that we still have a race problem in this country. Whites that live in more rural, basically whiter communities, they don’t see the race issue. Do you think that’s part of our divide? That maybe rural whites don’t see this issue the way folks that live in urban America?

RICH LOWRY: Perhaps, but you look at Ferguson specifically, this is an area where the governmental structures haven’t caught up to the demographic change over the last two decades or so. And that’s something you take care of simply by organizing and voting. But what I really object to is you can discuss all these problems but let’s not pretend this particular incident was something it wasn’t. If you look at the most credible evidence, the lessons are really basic. Don’t rob a convenience store. Don’t fight a policeman when he stops you and try to take his gun. And when he yells at you to stop with his gun drawn, just stop.

ANDREA MITCHELL (interrupting): Whoa!

Be sure to check out Mitchell’s body language. It’s like she can’t believe that someone would actually (GASP!) bring up the facts of the case. Later Eugene Robinson sputters out his reply that leads nowhere:

EUGENE ROBINSON: …We’re not in the re-litigation business so we won’t go into the whole thing but there was conflicting testimony, there were witnesses who simply were not believed who said otherwise. And there were witnesses who were believed who, who…

LOWRY: The physical evidence backs up officer Wilson’s version. And that’s why the grand jury…

These liberals don’t care about the facts or right and wrong. They care about the headline and does it help the collectivist cause? When the facts didn’t suit the Marxist pundits on the panel, they retreated into paranoid suspicion of the police and used that as their weapon of choice. Except they brought a splintered weapon full of holes with them, left their brains at home and showed up to battle Lowry, who is super sharp and armed with the facts. Your faux outrage reeks of privilege and racism – you should rename your show Meet the Biased Media.

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

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