In 2 years black folks went from protesting prosecutors to catapulting them to the forefront our our movement, championing them and all it took was changing the face of systemic oppression and calling them ‘reform’ prosecutors. Kim Gardner is not in the predicament she finds herself in due to fighting for black people. She’s in the predicament she’s in for doing the bidding of donor George Soros and playing dirty to get Gov Greitens. Now they’re using the same tricks to get her and she’s cloaking herself in talk of faux reform measures to rally black support. And black people are falling for it. These black police chiefs, public safety directors and prosecutors are systemic oppression in black face. They’re used to sell fake change and reform.

In 2 years black folks went from protesting prosecutors to catapulting them to the forefront our our movement, championing them and all it took was changing the face of systemic oppression and calling them ‘reform’ prosecutors. Kim Gardner is not in the predicament she finds herself in due to fighting for black people. She’s in the predicament she’s in for doing the bidding of donor George Soros and playing dirty to get Gov Greitens. Now they’re using the same tricks to get her and she’s cloaking herself in talk of faux reform measures to rally black support. And black people are falling for it. These black police chiefs, public safety directors and prosecutors are systemic oppression in black face. They’re used to sell fake change and reform.

Editorial: While lawyers rake in the cash in St. Louis turf wars, taxpayers foot the bill

St. Louis taxpayers are being hit from multiple sides by escalating legal fees as court cases pitting city officials against each other wend their way through the courts. The lawyers

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