Guess who’s packing heat?
Missouri’s Democrat State Senator Jamilah Nasheed, the far left political hack that’s predicting (inciting?) black mob violence in Ferguson if Officer Darren Wilson isn’t indicted for shooting Michael Brown deader than a doorstop, that’s who.
Brown, of course, was the black male who had just committed a strong-arm robbery of a convenience store (see above screen grab of the video) of a key ingredient to make marijuana-laced cigars a few minutes before the fatal confrontation.
The same Michael Brown – the gentle giant – who attacked the officer *inside his squad car* – breaking bones in Officer Wilson’s face before Wilson used deadly force to save himself from great bodily injury at the hands of the monster attacking him.
Yes, the low-information Senator Nasheed was arrested in recent days. KMOV reports that cops detected the odor of alcoholic beverages and found her carrying a concealed firearm. Nasheed refused to take a breathalyzer.
She’s the same woman who has voted against every pro-gun bill that’s crossed her path.
Worse than that, she has sponsored no shortage of anti-gun bills which would serve to disarm the poor blacks in her district, leaving them defenseless against thugs like Michael Brown. Imagine the irony of this woman working to achieve some of the goals of the Ku Klux Klan.
Nasheed is among the most diplomatic and classiest of Missouri’s Senate.
Here’s her rebuttal to people she doesn’t agree with:
More from Post-Dispatch:
“Tony Rice, a protester, said police had come out to ask protesters near the police station to stay out of the street and to tell them that there was a noise ordinance in effect at 11 p.m. He said protesters had stayed out of the street.
…“She was the only one marching by herself and some dude she marched with,” he said. “All of us protesting have been here all day. Then she shows up maybe 15 minutes ago, starting this crap. She was not over here protesting with us at all.”
Hours after Nasheed’s arrest, activist Anthony Shahid was met with boos when he gave a crowd an update on the lawmaker’s arrest. Most of the protesters seemed unsupportive of the lawmaker.
Catherine Jackson, 62, of Bridgeton, is among those who have held nightly protests at the police station. She didn’t know who Nasheed was when the lawmaker made her sudden appearance Monday night and she later mused that Nasheed “has constituents she needs to impress.”