The Americans Against the Tea Party have a couple of interesting videos up. The first shows citizens in Ferguson, Missouri, including CNN reporter Don Lemon, being pushed off the sidewalk by police. The officer involved has been identified as Dan Page, and Page is a birther—that is evident from the second video where Page says President Obama “was born in Kenya.” He doesn’t like blacks, Muslims and gays either.
Following the video, characterized by several news outlets as a “racist rant,” going viral on the Internet, Page was suspended from the St. Louis Police Department.
Mr. Page is being inducted into the Birthers from A to Z list.
- St. Louis County cop suspended when racist, sexist rant goes viral after patrolling unrest in Ferguson, Mo. – New York Daily News
- St. Louis County Police Officer Dan Page Suspended Following Inflammatory Video – Huffington Post
- Cop who pushed CNN host suspended — but not fired — after video of his racist rant emerges – Raw Story
- Missouri police officer on leave over video in which he says: ‘I’m … a killer’ – CNN
- Missouri police officer Dan Page: ‘I’m into diversity — I kill everybody’ – News.com.AU
- Missouri officer suspended over racist rant on video Toronto Star
- Cop suspended over Facebook post branding Ferguson protesters ‘rabid dogs’ – RT (Russia)
- Ferguson: officer relieved of duty after video of racist remarks surfaces – The Guardian