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Jonathan Gentry Discusses Viral Video Over Ferguson Riots

Johnathan Gentry

Jonathan Gentry posted a video on his Facebook page last week condemning rioting and Ferguson protests that broke out in the aftermath of police shooting a black teenager. His video has since gone viral. Gentry appeared on Fox & Friends to discuss his frustration with how the black community has responded to the events.

Mr. Gentry took to Facebook again after it was learned that the so-called “innocent” Michael Brown had committed strong arm robbery just before he was fatally shot by Officer Darren Wilson, an officer who has six years of pristine service under his belt.

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  • I’ve seen the video of Jonathan Gentry’s rant, and I agree with what he has to say. I really do. There’s a time to be rebellious, and there’s a time to shut up and do what the police officer says. Backtalk won’t get you anywhere, but trouble.

  • Finally. A self-respecting AA telling it like it is.

  • He would have kept some credibility had he not discounted the reality that race does play a factor. When people on Stormfront are lauding your comments you haven’t done your job.

  • THis guy is a fraud…

    Check out what he says on his FB. NO “minister speaks like this

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=2702269245711&set=a.2702269205710.2142911.1526101682&type=1&theater

  • He’s a buffoonish cartoon. Some of his positions are good but he ruins it by being so freaking ovr the top.

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