The lessons of Michael Brown’s death 9

By Tom Quiner

This advice is politically incorrect.

It comes from Rich Lowry, editor of the prestigious National Review.

He shocked a panel of liberals on Meet the Press with these common sense lessons from Ferguson:

“If you look at the most credible evidence [of Michael Brown’s death at the hands of a Ferguson, Mo., police officer], the lessons are really basic:”

1. Don’t rob a convenience store.

2. Don’t fight with a policeman when he stops you and try to take his gun.

3.And when he yells at you to stop, just stop.”

The liberal panel was aghast at such level-headed thinking. Watch the clip above to experience their collective angst.


  1. I can’t stand Andrea Mitchell and Eugene Robinson and they seem just seem gob smacked when Rich calmly lays out the facts. It’s a strange time we live in where close to half of the country seems utterly insane when it comes to race and politics.

  2. It’s all about race with these guys, race and/or identity politics. When that is a thing of the past, so will be their possible majority in any election, and they will have to move to the center with their policies. Look at the Democrat party; it is a conglomeration of “victim” groups along with a bunch of repressed white-guilt liberals.

  3. You beat me to it. It’s so interesting how Andrea can be so stunned at what Lowry said. It wasn’t the slightest bit controversial and the panel acted like he was out of his mind.

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