Chaotic images: ‘ReclaimMLK’ protesters bring mob scene to Ferguson area

Having milked the movement for all it’s worth, #BlackLivesMatter protesters in Missouri exploited the runup to Martin Luther King Jr. Day to continue their racially divisive tactics.

Under the banner #ReclaimMLK, protesters shut down traffic in Delmar Loop, a shopping and dining district in University City, a few miles south of Ferguson, according to

The protesters antics, and that of a few fed-up residents who’ve grown tired of their disruptive behavior, were quick to find their way onto social media where “protesters and the public clashing” finally made the distinction clear.

One group wants order and justice, the other is a mob.

A number of Vines were posted capturing the chaos, as seen on Twitter:

Of course, as self-proclaimed “protestor” (sic) Deray Mckesson’s Twitter feed attests, any disagreement with the radical activists is a direct result of “white privilege,” or something like that.

Just another example of the #BlackLivesMatter protesters making it clear that white lives don’t, unless they fall in line with the politically expedient narrative — but demonstrably false — that police are gunning down black men all across America.

And if you take exception to the American flag being desecrated, that too is white privilege. Here are more images of the day, as seen on Twitter:


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