The title of the documentary about the shooting of thug Michael Brown being discussed is “Stranger Fruit.” It would be easy to mistake that for the name of its oddball creator, Jason Pollock. He reveals himself to be quite the thick-headed, short-fused liberal in his brief time on screen with Martha MacCallum. Clearly he’s made his last appearance on Fox News.
Before MacCallum can even get the niceties out of the way, welcoming him to the program, he goes on the attack, criticizing the previous report as a stunning display of fake-news 101. He must think he’s still having his rear-end kissed by Chris Cuomo at CNN.
MacCallum asks, “What are you proposing, legally, does it make, it makes no difference whether a robbery happened, or a trade for pot happened, or whether a bank got robbed or he was home doing his homework. What matters is what happens in the street when he and officer Wilson encounter each other. So why have you focused so heavily on what happened in the convenience store?”
The caustic little worm replies, “That’s a very interesting way to phrase this because I completely agree with you. And the reason we put out this convenience store tape now is so that people could get over it because he didn’t rob the store. And anyone that sees the exchange that takes place with a conscience, a heart, two minds [eyes?] and is not a bigot pretty much understands what happened.”
There you have it, anyone who doesn’t accept his version of the events does so because they’re a closed-minded bigot who hates black people. That’s a rather bigoted contention, film boy. As MacCallum looks at him and motions in a “what planet is he from” manner, shaking her head, Pollock continues, saying, “Unfortunately, there’s some people in America with so much bias inside of them that they just want to think that Michael Brown is a bad guy.”
Martha corrects him, saying, “They think that Michael Brown is a bad guy because forty FBI agents went to Ferguson to investigate this case at the behest of Eric Holder to investigate this case, who showed up almost immediately after it happened. I think it’s fair to assume that they really believed that they were going to be able to indict Officer Wilson, that he had acted wrongly. But when they got there…” The punk is yelling too loudly for her to continue, wagging his finger at her and saying, “that is absolutely not true.”
“Not true, don’t true, don’t just say that.” You replies, “You were just saying plenty of things so let me just say, the FBI agents went down there. Eric Holder went down there.” Pollock interrupts asking, “To indict Darren Wilson? No way. You know how the system works. These cops get off every single time. Bob McCullough has been the prosecutor for over two decades and…” As Martha attempts to bring the conversation back to the point of relevance, Pollock loses the last of his slipping loose grip on reality.
He becomes quite animated, to the point of making up his own version of the events and shouting, “Excuse me ma’am, can I speak now?” as she points out that Brown still reached into the squad car for Officer Wilson’s gun.
After Pollock is dismissed the St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney, Bob McCulloch joins MacCallum to bring a return to reality and civil discourse to the program. Without calling Pollock a deceptive and uninformed ass McCulloch proceeds to use the facts to do exactly that, aided strongly by Pollock’s disgraceful misconduct.
It’s too bad MacCallum didn’t get a chance to ask the hothead filmmaker who provided the funding for his little project and if he has ever met with anyone involved with either George Soros, Obama, OFA or BLM. We probably already know the answer, but his denial would have been interesting to watch.
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