The familiar unidentified woman who previously proclaimed that Wilson’s white supporters “will not hide” and “will no longer live in fear” was once again hiding behind in her Support Darren Wilson baseball cap and dark sunglasses as she spoke to a small crowd of Caucasians (and one black person).
The woman refuses to identify herself, saying only that her name is “Darren Wilson” because “We are all Darren Wilson.” At the latest rally, she continued that path of concealing her identity.
She told reporters:
“Many people here today know who I am, what I stand for and why I’m here. I do not need to release my identity publicly to be held accountable. This is my family here today, at home, across the country and around the world. Family holds each other accountable. As an individual I am Darren Wilson, and as a family we are Darren Wilson.”
The cowardly Wilson supporter, whose efforts have helped raise more than $400,000 in blood money for Officer Wilson, pledged that every cent would go to him — but also mentioned that security concerns have made actually getting the money to him a bit difficult.
Another speaker who said she is the wife of a police officer in Town and Country, MO, at the rally whined that people consider her a racist because she supports Michael Brown’s killer.
“I was called a racist simply because I said I support Darren Wilson. I’m just here to support law enforcement and give a voice to Darren Wilson, since he doesn’t have one right now.”
According to the Huffington Post, the white people who gathered to loudly proclaim that they are through hiding, hid from the news cameras. Questions were directed to Robin Clearmountain, the only black person in attendance. Clearmountain gained popularity with Wilson supporters after a FOX News appearance, in which she voiced her love for Officer Wilson.
As always, the coward who hides her face while declaring that she’s through hiding ended her speech with “We are Darren Wilson.”
‘Glasses” Facebook page posted on September 5 that “Previous efforts in utilizing GoFundMe became too complex and controversial for this campaign at this time.” The post adds:
“We can continue to positively support Officer Darren Wilson through rallies, raffle items, merchandise, cards, letters and e-mails. These methods are suggested and supported by the ‘Support Darren Wilson’ page exclusively. We are not attempting to publicize monetary donations for Officer Darren Wilson. Instead, we are requesting positive support and creating outlets for those who wish to freely support Officer Darren Wilson.”