Black People : CBC Members Who Voted For Militarized Police Bring “Hands Up” Protest to Congress

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  1. RAPTOR

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    CBC Members Who Voted For Militarized Police Bring “Hands Up” Protest to Congress
    December 2, 2014 Black News, featured, ybw 1
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    On Monday several black lawmakers made a demonstration by using the “Hands Up, don’t shoot”
    protest slogan on the floor of Congress. The only problem is that the very same lawmakers who were
    making this symbolic show of support for protesters also voted to preserve police militarization.

    http://breakingbrown.com/2014/12/cb...ed-police-bring-hands-up-protest-to-congress/
     
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    da hell wit the protest......it's time for them people to get some work in
     
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    Boule Masonic Masonry and when you understand that you know they pretend to be everything good to all sides for material gain and power. Deception for the pure worship of evil. Rep. Al Green looks like he's high as hell off of White Supremacy. Those are the eyes of a zombie who's just obeying his master.
     
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    “Hands up, don’t shoot. It’s a rallying cry of people all across America who are fed up with police violence,” Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.) said to an empty House chamber.
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    They were the only ones there...


    Aside from this lady (stenographer?)
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    Oh, and there was the Speaker of the House, or the overseer of the "special order speeches".
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