This Is How Moral Monday Is Trying To Stay Relevant

This is how Moral Monday is trying to stay relevant. Using an already charged situation in another state to get arrested for media attention.

FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — Police arrested dozens of protesters during the final of four days of rallies and civil disturbance to express anger at the fatal shooting of Michael Brown, a black 18-year-old, by a white police officer in a St. Louis suburb.

Organizers of the Ferguson October protests dubbed the day “Moral Monday” and committed acts of civil disobedience in and around St. Louis. More than 50 people were arrested.

ICYMI – Headed to Ferguson was “Lamont Lilly“.   Mr. Lilly appears to be a local pot-stirrer who writes at “CopBlock” and TruthOut.



His Twitter profile @LamontLilly:

Writer-Activist-Organizer-Intellectual. Revolutionary Kool. Art/Culture/Life/Love | Author, Sunday Morning (The Literary Mix-Tape) @ – NCCU GRAD –





Durham / Fayettenam, NC

Joined April 2011

About A.P. Dillon

A.P. Dillon is a reporter currently writing at The North State Journal. She resides in the Triangle area of North Carolina. Find her on Twitter: @APDillon_ Tips:
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2 Responses to This Is How Moral Monday Is Trying To Stay Relevant

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  2. Wow. I was following a Facebook page called “Flex Your Rights,” but recently told them to take a hike because whoever ran it pulled the “white privilege” card. Told them I’d head on over to CopBlock, which I also follow on FB. Are there *any* groups not run by raving lunatic leftist who care about the sad state of ‘law enforcement’ today? (And the even sadder state of the racialist opportunists.) Looks like I’ll be unfollowing CopBlock, as well.

    Also, it’s interesting after telling us for decades that, “you can’t legislate morality,” the leftists are trying to agitate for a socialist revolution on using a tag line like “Moral Monday.”


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