Lynching a black man

This time it wasn’t on behalf of an insulted white woman, but for the alleged murder of “the son President Obama never had.” Well, the plump-cheeked 13-year-old in the old photo the media loved, not the gold-grill, petty-thief, new thug version.

And the black man? That would be George Zimmerman, recently vindicated by the evidence: his bloody nose and bloody head from the beating Trayvon gave him before GZ shot his attacker.

GZ’s grandmother was black, you see, making him, as any student of modern identity politics and affirmative action could tell you, part black. Hardly the “white” Hispanic the NYTimes so disingenuously dubbed him to keep up the drumbeat of hate.

And the lynching of the headline? A media and race-baiter lynching, courtesy of Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Spike Lee, etc. The usual suspects, in other words, spouting off before the details were available. The real questions are why were these details suppressed for so long, and why was Zimmerman indicted, for profiling, which is not a crime? Except, duh, I think we can all figure it out.

Via Instapundit.

UPDATE:  So is the MSM reporting the new facts? Get back. They are butt covering like crazy.

0 responses to “Lynching a black man

  1. Oi. Sharpton is getting a serious heartburn now…

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  3. Dick Stanley

    I doubt Sharpton has a heart, let alone a conscience.

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  9. And in the middle of this, we have Elizabeth warren scamming the system by claiming to be Cherokee from her great-great-great-grandmother.

    Since I have a Spanish ancestor (from the original San Antonio Canary Islanders — titled, no less), & my family were part-time Confederate refugees in Mexico until kicked out with the Mexican revolution in 1910, that makes me Hispanic.

  10. Dick Stanley

    Heh. Good on ya. I can actually claim to be part black, if you travel back in time to a very distant South Carolina ancestor named Gibson, whom many contemporary blacks claim descent from, though there’s always been some dispute as to whether he was a freed black slave who married a white woman or a Sephardic (possibly Portuguese) Jew. I lean towards the latter explanation, but I’m in the minority. So to speak.