Kurt Hofmann reports that the "Brady Campaign takes Trayvon Martin exploitation to new low." David Codrea believes that "Rush to judgment on George Zimmerman reminiscent of mob behavior."
Despite the fact that "Police say No Grounds For Arrest In Trayvon Martin Death" and "Zimmerman was on the ground being punched when he shot Trayvon Martin," we have already had the stampede to judgment in the best example of the multi-culti herd herd of race hustlers, cynical politicians and media harpies. Already Jesse Jackson avers that "Blacks are under attack,' NYC has alr5eady staged a thug-culture celebratory "Million Hoodie March," and the re has been a "Wanted Dead or Alive Poster Issued for George Zimmerman by New Black Panther Party."
My son, as perceptive an observer of the US social situation as anyone else I know, told me the other day that he expected to deploy as scheduled to Afghanistan this summer unless the unit would be sent to Chicago. He said this a few weeks ago, well before the Martin case.
It takes no crystal ball to see where we're headed with this Martin case, though. There is too much advantage to the federal collectivists and racial tribalists not to exploit this opportunity in the middle of an election year.
American shopkeepers of Korean descent defend their own property, LA, 1991.