Monday, July 15, 2013

This riot brought to you by CNN and MSNBC

Across the nation, thousands are creating a mental shopping list in their heads for what they'll loot first in the riots......

Many of us remember where we were when the OJ verdict came in. I was checking emails and listening to the news on the radio when it came across. I was at my mom's house when the Rodney King verdict came over the TV. And Saturday night I was on vacation at a beach house at Edisto Beach when the Zimmerman verdict came in. Sadly, my first thought was that I hoped the hoodlums who live across the street from my house didn't burn it down while I was gone.

While the mass riots and lootings everyone expected have yet to materialize, I have a feeling that things aren't going to stay stable much longer. Yes, there have been protests in a few cities and arrests have been made. I think it's the calm before the storm though. A person I know on Facebook through a mutual friend is outraged that a jury of his peers acquitted Zimmerman after the prosecution failed to prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt. See below.

Nothing changes the fact that yes, a family lost their 17-year old son. I feel for his parents. Yes, a person was killed by another person and yes we should feel bad for that but at the same time,  the armchair lawyers at CNN and MSNBC (or even real lawyers who sold their souls to the liberal media like Nancy Grace and Jane Velez Mitchell)  seem hell-bent on kindling outrage and violence and none of them want to rest until a lynch mob strings him up.

That same media, who picked up on this story on a slow news day and only ran with it on the race card, refuses to acknowledge certain other acts of violence that have occurred in this country. When the Zimmerman case first came to light last spring, I wrote a piece on it and asked about a lack of media coverage for the case of Christopher Newsom and Channon Christian, and the case of Matthew Owens who died a few days after I posted my article.

Where was the media and Hollywood outrage this past October after two black kids, brothers aged 15 and 17, lured a 12 year old white girl into their home and strangled her to steal her beloved bike for parts? Where are all the protests for Justice for Autumn?

On July 1, police in Cobb County, Georgia arrested four gang members after they reportedly attacked a man entering the parking lot of a Chevron gas station around 1AM on June 30th as he walked  along Mableton Parkway, eventually placing him into the path of an oncoming vehicle. The victim, 36-year-old Joshua Heath Chellew, 36, of Mableton was beaten mercilessly by the assailants, and in an attempt to escape, he began backing up onto the road, according to a police report. That's when his attackers knocked him to the pavement, where he was almost immediately run over. Chellew was transported to Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta where he was pronounced dead on arrival.

Of course, while the mainstream press seems to be consumed with the possibility of racism as the motivating factor in the killing of Trayvon Martin, there has been no coverage of this crime by the national media. In fact, one local paper, The Marietta Daily Journal, only reported Chellew's death as a "hit-and-run," failing to even mention the mob attack that caused the fatal accident.

Where's the Justice for Joshua tee shirts and protests and media coverage?

How about over in Illinois where three black men killed 24-year-old Jacqueline Gardner and took the tip money she earned from her restaurant job on May 19.

At the time of the death of Trayvon Martin, a 20-year old black man broke into the home of a 90-year old WW2 vet in Oklahoma and beat him mercilessly before beating to death his 85-year old wife, whom he had been married to for 65 years. Where was the outrage? Where were the protests? Where was Jamie Foxx in a Justice for Nancy & Bob Strait hoodie?

 How about 17 year old Marley Lion, a local Charleston kid shot after he dozed off in his SUV rather than drive home drunk after a party? Killed by two black males who intended to rob the restaurant next to where he fell asleep. That never made it to national headlines. Where are the Hollywood stars? Where are the Justice for Marley shirts?

Tell you what, Jamie Foxx: you could wear a different hoodie every day for a year with the name of a person murdered on the streets of gun-controlled Chicago and have names left over. How many people in these Trayvon protests will become the victim of one of their fellow rioters within the next year? The biggest killer of black teens in America are their fellow black teens.

 Just ask the family of 16 year old Darryl Green, beaten to death and left in an abandoned boarded up building in a Chicago suburb. He refused to join a gang and paid the price with his life.

But the media glosses over these stories because they can't be used to fuel anti-white racism. They can't be used by Democrats to stir up and control their voter base. Instead, you get putting out articles that try to blame everything in America on White Rage, and attempts by the Left to use the #WhiteRage hashtag on Twitter today were met with howls of derisive laughter by the Right, who turned it around and made it a complete failure.

And then there's the United States government...I mean, there's nothing important for them to be working on in between Obama vacations, like finding missing POW Bowe Bergdahl, and nothing for Eric Holder's Department of Justice to work on like the Fast & Furious case and the murder of Brian Terry, or the Benghazi cover up and the murder of four Americans by terrorists, because even though the FBI already determined that race was not a factor in the shooting of Trayvon Martin the DOJ is wasting money & resources looking into possible civil rights charges against George Zimmerman, because they will not rest until that man is either dead or locked away.

Facebook is even allowing KILL ZIMMERMAN pages to be left up without being taken down as hate groups.

Zimmerman's life is already ruined. He's now in a worse predicament than Richard Jewell was when he was exonerated. The DOJ would rather let an unruly mob kill Zimmerman than protect an acquitted man. They won't investigate the death threats against him and the judge & jury, or the rape threats against his lawyer's daughters. Instead the DOJ will continue to FUND protests and allow riots to happen...

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