Darren Wilson has accumulated a good amount of support from scared white people who somehow believe his story of the ‘Magical Negro’ Michael Brown who, despite being about the same height as Wilson, has been described as a towering giant asserting his will over the tiny, helpless white man.
‘The only way I can describe it, it looks like a demon, that’s how angry he looked. He comes back towards me again with his hands up,” Wilson told the Grand Jury, saying that, “When I grabbed him, the only way I can describe it is I felt like a five-year-old holding Hulk Hogan.”
Wilson’s supporters are not very diverse. The Ku Klux Klan was one of the first to voice its support for Wilson after Michael Brown’s death. Almost immediately, the Klan began raising “reward” money for Wilson to thank him for killing “low-IQ Negro” Michael Brown. Quickly, other groups of scared white people joined in, raising nearly a half million dollars in “reward money” through an organization called “Support Darren Wilson.”
After the Klan threatened to use “lethal force” against Ferguson protesters, hacktivist group Anonymous “unmasked” various Klan members, some of whom were prominently featured in photographs taken at “Support Darren Wilson” rallies. Once the association was made public, the photos were removed and the Klan began to warn members not to make their associations known on social media for fear of similar exposures.
Wilson is very thankful for this support. After his “innocence” was announced following the sham Grand Jury trial, Wilson released the following letter:
I would like to thank you all for standing up for me during this stressful time. Your support and dedication is amazing and it is still hard to believe that all of these people that I have never met are doing so much for me. I watched the CNN video we recorded at the rally on Saturday and it brought tears to my eyes.All of you are simply amazing, and I don’t know how to thank you all enough. I wish I could attend meet you, hug you, and personally thank you for all of your continued support, however, due to my and my families safety I am unable to. Please don’t give this letter to any media or post it where they can see it. Relay the message of thanks to all and keep this letter private until the investigation is complete.
I want you all to know that I do get updates on the amount of support. Unfortunately, I don’t get to see all of the comments made through social media, but overall messages are relayed to me.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart, and know that I would do the same for any of you.
Also please keep my family in blue in your hearts and prayers, they have all made a sacrifice to their own lives in order to work the excessive hours through the heat and rain to ensure that the riots and protests in Ferguson were as safe as they could be.
P.O. Darren Wilson