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It’s All About Race Now

March 31, 2012
Patrick J. Buchanan

If it had been a white teenager who was shot, and a 28-year-old black guy who shot him, the black guy would have been arrested.

So assert those demanding the arrest of George Zimmerman, who shot and killed Trayvon Martin.

And they may be right.

Yet if Trayvon had been shot dead by a black neighborhood watch volunteer, Jesse Jackson would not have been in a pulpit in Sanford, Fla., howling that he had been “murdered and martyred.”

Maxine Waters would not be screaming “hate crime.”

Rep. Hank Johnson would not be raging that Trayvon had been “executed.” And ex-Black Panther Bobby Rush would not have been wearing a hoodie in the well of the House.

Which tells you what this whipped-up hysteria is all about.

It is not about finding the truth about what happened that night in Sanford when Zimmerman followed Trayvon in his SUV, and the two wound up in a fight, with Trayvon dead.

It is about the exacerbation of and the exploitation of racial conflict.

And it is about an irreconcilable conflict of visions about what the real America is in the year 2012.

And now… the rest of the story. …..

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  1. March 31, 2012 10:47 am

    Maybe, if Mr. Zimmerman was taken into protective custody, I say protective beacause most of his cellmates would lynch him for who he is and ALLEGEDLY DONE. He deserves a trial, not mob justice, that’s the American way to mete out justice. I spend an hour on the web every morning reading about atrocities all over the world mostly committed by Islamofacists like: honor killings, acid attacks, and violence of every sort and no one makes a stink about it, mainly because the arab/moslem controlled media deliberately won’t report them. This is how they’ve managed to take over Europe…and we’re next if we don’t get rid of the rats in the walls.

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