Comment By Bob L.
These organizations say thru are for protecting the people, but they are no more than a group of people who are taking money from taxes, to promote violence and to change the Constitution to help them selves.
In this article I read a lot of comments, and there was a lot of sense made in what was said, but it is a shame that this is made for the good of all Americans, not just a minority of people.
Are people so ignorant now that they can not see that our Government, Democrats, Republicans, Independence, and any organizations that want to get into Government, they are not looking out for the people, they are only looking out for them selves to get the free perks that they give them selves.
You can blame the GOP all you want, but when it comes down to it, the Democrats are also in it up to their necks, so put the blame where it lies, GOVERNMENT, they are the case of all the problems in this Country, if you don’t believe it look back in to history and see how this all came about.
It was the rich that started slavery, it was the Government who promoted it, it was not just one group of politicians, it was all of them, Even the Presidents.
There is a lot of articles on Slavery, and it was not just the blacks, it was Native Americans, it was Whites, as well as Blacks, and of today it is still going on today with all, if you are not in the two hundred thousand percent income you are classified a slave by all above.
Every thing is always the GOP, this shows just how little Americans pay to the news, they seem to listen and believe the news media that is tied to families and relatives working in the White House, in other words this is called a Conflict of Interest.
About 140 arrested in NC during NAACP protest
By Chris Kardish, Associated Press | Associated Press
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — About 140 people have been arrested during the latest weekly demonstration led by the North Carolina chapter of the NAACP against the state’s Republican-led General Assembly.
Police estimate that roughly 1,000 people attended a rally late Monday afternoon behind the Legislative Building. Hundreds later entered the building, with those intending to get arrested wearing green wrist bands.
Those arrested were taken away in plastic bindings. They bring the total arrested in the weekly demonstrations to about 300. The rallies have taken place nearly every Monday since April.
Hundreds more waited outside to cheer on those arrested as they were transported to a detention facility.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has spearheaded demonstrations to protest cuts to social programs, changes to voting laws and other issues championed by the GOP.