National Guard Fails to Stop unrest in Ferguson - Food Shortage Looms for Protestors
By Brent Barlett Jr. III
FERGUSON, MO - Last night once again protests got out of hand as people from around the country have spent their life savings on bus fare to join the protests. Shawn "Bocribly" Johnson, a protester from New York had this to say to the WCNN Crew on site, "I have been selling my food stamps all week to get monies to bus downs here and now I'm starving. I have no way to eat. Several places have offered me a job to pay for food - but that ain't me. I ain't no corporate slave. How am I spose to bus around from protest to protest if I got some dum job."
It appears that many of the protesters down here in Ferguson have no way to eat or get home. Protests are set to change from the current protest of an ongoing trial (of which nobody knows who is at fault) to a protest for food here in the next few days. As all of the protesters begin to run out of food we suspect they will start making signs to have people donate money or food for them to trade for crack and / or Old English 40's. Once the protesters receive their crack and 40's we assume the protest will then turn back violent as they will forget about their hunger.
The WCNN News crew has joined along side with the rest of the news crews - jumping to conclusions and giving Molotov cocktail ingredients to protesters to ensure this continues on for as long as possible.
WCNN is currently taking donations to help feed some of the protesters and keep this protest going. Please CLICK HERE to donate selected products to the protesters.