SC NAACP President Caught in MAJOR Lie About Being Racially Profiled
There is a war on law enforcement in America and proof isn’t hard to find. One of the people offering it up is Reverend Jerrod Moultrie, the Timmonsville, SC NAACP President. Moultrie recently accused local police of racially profiling him during a traffic stop.
Over the last few years, several high-profile cases involving the deaths of black criminals have created an anti-police sentiment. Riots destroyed cities such as Baltimore and Ferguson. And who could forget Colin Kaepernick kneeling for the National Anthem to allegedly protest police violence?
However, worse than the riots and Kap’s shenanigans, are the senseless murders of police officers resulting from this dangerous leftist narrative. And make no mistake, this is an agenda. Yes, there are some bad police officers. But there is no large-scale law enforcement effort to kill African-Americans.
However, that’s exactly the lie good ole’ Reverend Moultrie and the NAACP are trying to sell. Back in April, the Timmonsville, SC NAACP president claimed local police racially profiled him during a traffic stop. The story Moultrie told on Facebook, if true, would be enough to make anyone angry.
“Tonight, I was racially profiled by Timmonsville Officer CAUSE I WAS DRIVING A MERCEDES BENZ AND GOING HOME IN A NICE NEIGHBORHOOD,” Moultrie wrote. He went on to accuse the officer of asking him if “he had drugs in his car” and “why was he in that neighborhood.”
Even more outrageous than his social media post , Moultrie tried selling the lie to Police Chief Billy Brown. Unfortunately for him, the chief pulled the video to verify his claims before launching a formal investigation. He found the evidence to be deeply disturbing.