Vox editor-in-chief Ezra Klein seems to be attempting to say something poignant here about the grand jury’s decision not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, but quite a few tweeters countered that the deceased Michael Brown had plenty of representation.
— Charlie Springer (@UofLCardGame) November 25, 2014
@ezraklein the facts. U dipshit.
— Gregg (@greekkid31) November 25, 2014
Eric Holder “@ezraklein: So who represented Michael Brown before the grand jury?”
— Uri Blago (@UriBlago) November 25, 2014
.@ezraklein You guys did at Vox. Pshh.
— Max Q ⚡ (@Randy_Shannon) November 25, 2014
— Pam D (@lifebythecreek) November 25, 2014
— JD (@GameOnJD) November 25, 2014
@ezraklein the prosecutor, you moron.
— susan price (@sbprice) November 25, 2014
@ezraklein The evidence. This is the justice system, not the "social justice" system.
— David Steinberg (@realDSteinberg) November 25, 2014
@ezraklein You're just going to ignore the evidence just laid out…not surprising.
— Sean O (@Sean_O_914) November 25, 2014
What if he is being serious?
.@ezraklein Do you even know what a grand jury does? You're a clown and a huge part of the reason lives will be lost tonight.
— #cULture (@jllanclos) November 25, 2014
.@ezraklein come on, guy. google how grand juries work
— ☠☠MACY'S PARADE "ANAL BEADS!" BALLOON FLOAT CAT☠☠ (@_catWillDoomYou) November 25, 2014
Wikipedia’s good too.