How petty can you get?
Civil rights activist Diane Nash has said that she didn’t participate in a march across the Edmund Pettus bridge in Selma, Alabama on Saturday because of former President George W. Bush.
Nash revealed her reason to opt out of the Saturday event in an interview with NewsOne Now.
‘I refused to march because George W. Bush marched and was in the photograph,’ Nash said.
Nash later said in the interview she made the choice ‘when it was apparent that he was going to be part of it. I think the Selma movement was about non-violence and peace and democracy.’
It was also about Democrats unleashing dogs and water cannons on blacks.
She continued, claiming ‘And George Bush stands for just the opposite, for violence, and war, and stolen elections.’
And Obama drones people all the time, so what’s the point?