Missouri’s governor declared a state of emergency on Monday and authorized the state’s National guard to support police in case of violence after a grand jury decides whether to indict a white police office who fatally shot an unarmed black teenager. Residents of Ferguson saw weeks of sometimes violent protests following the August 9 shooting. Some of the protestors said they had little sympathy for area residents who are tired of the demonstrations, which left some businesses burned out and others have boarded up their windows as a protective move.
The question is – are all of the protestors members of the Ferguson community? If you have people who have been bused in – then I think the police “should just bus them back out.” Look what the paid protestors did the last time when they tore up the town – they came in, tore up the town, and then left and went back to their nice, cozy pad. It is not fair to the people of Ferguson to let these troublemakers in and do the paid dirty work – I don’t care who they are – they have no business interfering with the town’s business. They have listed the different groups who are being bused in. The police should declare the town off-limits for these people. It is time for the town’s people to stand up to these paid trouble makers. They are certainly not looking out for the people of Ferguson.