This weekend the Obama Administration announced they would be sending not one, but three officials to the funeral service for Michael Brown, the teenager who is at the center of the ruckus in Ferguson, Missouri. Leader of the “My Brother’s Keeper” Task Force Broderick Johnson will be at the event, along with Deputy Director of the White House Office of Public Engagement Heather Foster. Keep in mind, the President snubbed Margaret Thatcher’s funeral as well as didn’t bother to have a presence at the funeral of two-star general Major General Harold Green.
“He’s no Nelson Mandela!” exclaimed Morning Answer co-host Elisha Krauss, referring to Michael Brown.
“Nobody is saying he was!” said Brian Whitman.
“Well you sort of are when…the White House sends three representatives to his funeral, they are saying that he is something special,” explained Ben Shapiro. He went on to say that if he died tomorrow the White House would send zero representatives to his funeral unless it was to “pry open my safe and take my money.”
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