EDITORIAL: President Obama has been quite open with exposing his close ties to the music industry. I mean, he raffled off a dinner date with him and Jay-z during last year’s election. Speaking of Jay-z, he and Beyonce also got a free pass to Cuba soon after that fateful dinner. Now, fellow musician, Chris Brown, is receiving some special assistance from Obama’s closest crew. Remember, those guys who purchase human beings WHILE ON DUTY ON TAXPAYER’S DIME WITHIN REACH OF THE PRESIDENT to fulfill THEIR OWN sexual fantasies. They participated in sex trafficking and illegal prostitution so why wouldn’t they protect another organized crime thug??
Anyone else out there think they might just be lying to help one of the music industry’s coveted? If you don’t, you haven’t been paying attention in America.
We know the music industry is full of satanists, illuminati and gangsters and we know our president keeps protecting entertainment criminals. Guess they figure there’s no reason to hide it anymore so here it is, right out in the open for all to see!!
PS. And, we are all witnesses, once again, to California’s blatant and illegal favoritism when it comes to making celebrities accountable for their actions. You know, those exploited souls who continually break the law and violate probation, the operative word here being ‘continually’.
They ALL continue to roam free amongst us and they damage everyone they come into contact with!!
Posted: 10/31/13 9:29 PM EST Updated: 10/31/13 9:41 PM EST
The report says an uniformed agent overheard a police officer saying the alleged victim said Brown never hit him during a weekend fight.
The 24-year-old Brown was arrested last weekend in Washington, DC after allegedly punching a 20-year-old man in the face.
The alleged victim in the case denies ever telling authorities that Brown never hit him.
Brown is on probation in California for a 2009 domestic violence conviction involving his ex-girlfriend, singer Rihanna.
Brown is now facing assault charges in the nation’s Capitol, which could violate his California probation.
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