DeRay McKesson was a lead full-time paid protester in Ferguson, Missouri during the mass riots and looting. He later became a lead activist in Baltimore during the Freddie Gray riots and looting.
DeRay McKesson and the other Ferguson and Baltimore protest leaders were trained in Soros-funded agitation.
The Ferguson protests and riots were never a grassroots movement.
The mob action was a carefully coordinated Soros-funded astroturf movement bent on destruction.
Professional race activists Deray McKesson and Johnetta Elzie (ShordeeDooWhop), pictured here in Baltimore, helped whip up the Ferguson mobs. In 2015 Fortune Magazine named these two professional activists two of the world’s greatest leaders.
Last week DeRay was awarded a job with the Baltimore school district in human resources making $165,000 a year.
On Saturday DeRay was arrested in Baton Rouge leading race protesters in illegal activities.
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On Wednesday Obama invited DeRay to the White House to lecture police on racism.
The Hill reported:
Prominent Black Lives Matter activist DeRay Mckesson said Wednesday he is attending a meeting with President Obama designed to help mend frayed ties between law enforcement and the communities they serve.
“We are at the @WhiteHouse right now for a 3-hour convening w/ President Obama re: the recent events in #BatonRouge & across the country,” Mckesson tweeted Wednesday.
Mckesson wrote he will be joined by fellow activist Brittany Packnett and Minneapolis-based Black Lives Matter leader Mica Grimm.
The president is sitting down with nearly three-dozen law enforcement officials, civil rights leaders, educators and local politicians at the White House in the aftermath of the massacre of five police officers in Dallas.
The officers were patrolling a protest march against separate police shootings of black men in Baton Rouge, La., and Falcon Heights, Minn.
Wednesday’s meeting also includes Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards (D), Louisiana State Police chief Michael Edmonson, Saint Paul, Minn., Mayor Chris Coleman (D) and the city’s police chief, Todd Axtell, according to the White House.
The police in attendance must have loved being lectured by this radical criminal.