George Zimmerman has been the victim of what has to be one of the most disgraceful examples of journalistic and government behavior in modern history. Newspapers, networks and talking heads have convicted and hung George Zimmerman without the benefit of the truth. Worst of all, our elected leaders have led the lynch mob. It’s hard to imagine a greater atrocity than those who have been chosen to represent the people of this country exhibit such gross disregard for the American justice system. George Zimmerman has been maligned, libeled and slandered. Without a doubt attorneys all over are licking their chops and George, when you’re ready to file the lawsuits, here’s a suggestion as to where you might want to start.
Michael Nutter, D-Mayor of Philadelphia.
Mayor Mike had this to say about Zimmerman:
“I’ve called this nothing short of an assassination,” Nutter said in a nationally televised interview with MSNBC’s Alex Witt, echoing earlier comments he had made in local television interviews.
“This individual Zimmerman followed Trayvon for some period of time. Trayvon was not doing anything . . . was not a threat based on all the information and evidence and 911 tapes that have been released,” Nutter said.
On the recording of a 911 call Zimmerman made before the shooting, he tells the dispatcher a teenager – who he said looked like “a real suspicious guy” – had started running. The dispatcher asked Zimmerman whether he was following the young man. When he said he was, the dispatcher told Zimmerman not to.
“Clearly, Zimmerman was told not to continue any kind of pursuit,” Nutter said on MSNBC. “In my view . . . he tracked him down. He followed him and then shot and killed him.”
Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-Racebaiterville)
Rep. Frederica Wilson said this:
“Trayvon Was hunted down like a rabid dog. He was shot in the street. He was racially profiled.”
Her accusation is quite false. Zimmerman mentioned neither race nor clothing until specifically asked.
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Fruitcake)
Rep. Maxine Waters talked about something being stiff:
“The evidence really points to a fact that you had a gung-ho so-called Neighborhood Watchman who wanted to be a cop, basically, who was following a young black man who was unarmed and had committed no crime,” Waters said. “That’s pretty stiff evidence that this is possibly a hate crime.”
Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-Communist)
She called the shooting a “modern day lynching.”
Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Twilight Zone)
Johnson said of Martin:
“He was executed for ‘WWB’ in a ‘GC.’ Walking While Black in a Gated Community.”
Johnson is the bright light who suggested that overpopulation could cause Guam to capsize:
Bill Maher (D-espicable)
Maher had this to say about Zimmerman:
“Aren’t we all convinced from that tape that this guy is a big, fat, fucking liar?”
One the excuses the left made for Maher’s comments disparaging of women was that he was a “comedian.” His description of Zimmerman as a “fat fucking liar” is certainly hilarious.
That Seasoned Guy from NBC
The “seasoned” producer from NBC who magically transformed this
ZIMMERMAN: This guy looks like he’s up to no good, or he’s on drugs or something. It’s raining and he’s just walking around, looking about.
911 DISPATCHER: Okay, is this guy, is he white, black, or Hispanic?
ZIMMERMAN: He looks black.
“This guy looks like he’s up to no good … he looks black,” Zimmerman told a police dispatcher from his car.
The guy apparently has been fired, but George deserves to know his identity. And I want to hear Brian Williams apologize.
Barack Obama (Race monger in Chief)
“If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon.”
When Henry Gates was arrested, Obama immediately said the white cop “acted stupidly.”
When Muslim Nidal Hasan murdered 13 people at Fort Hood, Obama said:
“We don’t know all the answers yet. And I would caution against jumping to conclusions until we have all the facts.”
Notice a pattern? He’s mighty quick to defend some but when it comes to the “white Hispanic”, not so much.
Rep. Bobby Rush (D-Black Panthers)
Rush wore a hoodie in the halls of Congress as an expression of solidarity with Trayvon Martin, as though the hoodie had anything to do with anything.
In a crass and cynical move, Barack Obama exploits the death of Trayvon Martin in selling hoodies as a means of raising campaign funds.
And we can’t let this go without mentioning what a jerk Joe Scarborough has become. With all the above going on, what did Scarborough say? It’s the right politicizing the death of Trayvon Martin.
Well, there you are George. I am sure there are more to add to the list, but this is a good place to begin.