Those radical, looting Ferguson protestors really don’t have many constructive things to do this Christmas season, as they have now reverted to protesting inside retails stores in an effort to disrupt “Black Friday.”
According to an AP report, the rioters took to several Wal-Mart stores in the St. Louis area, chanting “no justice, no peace, no racist police” and “no more Black Friday” as police threaten to arrest them.
The group even got in the faces of those police officers called out to address the escalating situation.
The mostly black group of protesters chanted in the faces of the officers — most of whom were white — as shoppers looked on.
“We want to really let the world know that it is no longer business as usual,” said Chenjerai Kumanyika an assistant professor at Clemson University. He added although part of the aim in disrupting Black Friday was to call attention to disagreement with the grand jury’s decision and the way the case was handled, Kumanyika said it was also to highlight other forms of injustice.
“Capitalism is one of many systems of oppression,” he said as the group cleared out of the parking lot.