We Are All George Zimmerman

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Photo of the injured George Zimmerman

Justice for George Zimmerman! Justice for George Zimmerman is justice for all of us.

President Obama’s speech on Friday, whether deliberate or not, continues the false narrative that the Zimmerman-Martin case is a Stand Your Ground case resulting from Zimmerman’s racial profiling. Even though neither of those things apply, Obama acted as if they do.

The Obama voter base only needs his tacit approval to move ahead with their protests and riots. They got it. It could be a dangerous weekend in major cities as a result.

Any one of us could be a victim this weekend and no one will care.

When my husband was driving near our home a couple days ago, three black teens came from seemingly nowhere and rode their bikes out in front of him without watching where they were going. My husband was able to brake and avoid them, but what if he hadn’t? He easily could have been George Zimmerman. Any one of us could be. Without the rule of law, every one of us is subject to the whims of the people in power.

We have overturned a history of bias in this country only to find new and different victims.

Holder’s DOJ hopes to put Zimmerman on trial yet again for racial discrimination though there is none in this case. The Justice Department has set up a website asking people if they have anything at all against George Zimmerman. Is this justice? Is this the rule of law? Could any of us escape that kind of unreasonable scrutiny?

George Zimmerman was a member of the neighborhood watch. He had every right to be where he was. He was afraid for his life and he defended himself. His opponents want to read his mind and his heart, declare his motives evil, and execute justice based on what they think they know instead of the facts in the case. They are the thought police.

Holder is looking to charge Zimmerman for a hate crime for which there is no evidence. He doesn’t care that there is no evidence. He has turned the DOJ into the DOSJ – the Department of Social Justice.

Jesse Jackson had the traitorous need to write in an op-ed that the UN Human Rights Council should intervene.

Perhaps this is what prompted Iran’s Fars News agency to weigh in and accuse the US of racial discrimination. [Iran is the country that hangs gay men and abuses women.]

“The acquittal of the murderer of the teenage African American once again clearly demonstrated the unwritten, but systematic racial discrimination against racial, religious, and ethnic minorities in the US society,” Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyed Abbas Araqchi was quoted as saying by Iran’s state run Fars News Agency.

“The court ruling has also seriously put under question the fairness of the judicial process in the United States,” Fars reported Araqchi as saying.

Iran, laughingly, is a member of the Human Rights Council. Jesse Jackson is laughingly a civil rights activist who has no problem violating peoples’ civil rights.

A man who shot a teen in self-defense is now the subject of the Iranian terrorist news agency and it could happen to any one of us because we are now a lawless country. We no longer follow the rule of law. We follow the lawlessness of social justice which is relative and depends on the judgment of whoever is in power.

When will people say, “Enough!”?

 

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