Liberal Congresswoman Confesses She Has Not Reviewed Evidence in Ferguson Case Because “It’s Not a Concern”
In a startling admission last night, Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton (D – D.C.) told Sean Hannity that what happened in Ferguson, based on the evidence, is not her concern.
This came about in a discussion about Congressional members who used their time on the House floor to engage in what is known as the “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” protests, which refers to the rumor that the deceased Michael Brown had put his hands up before he was shot by Officer Darren Wilson, which further testimony insinuated was false.
The Congresswoman made clear that she did not engage in the protest but Hannity asked her why she did not speak out against that action.
“Did you read the evidence that was released in this case?” Hannity asked.
“I did not, and that is not a concern,” Holmes replied.
“The evidence isn’t a concern? What?!” the visibly stunned host shot back.
Norton declared that her concern was to discuss relations between African-Americans and law enforcement.
The interview ended on a tense note, as Hannity told the Congresswoman that he hoped she would take the time to look over the evidence and testimonies.