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President Obama Just Made the Trayvon Zimmerman Racist Division and Confusion Worse

Opinion: I’ve been waiting for the President to come out after the confusion, division and hate that Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton are creating to calm the waters and unite America. I cant believe he just made the situation worse. Instead of informing the public that Zimmerman was already investigated for racism and cleared by the FBI, that Trayvon himself racially profiled Zimmerman when he called him a creepy ass cracker, that just yesterday Rachel Jeantel said she thinks Trayvon punched Zimmerman first, that Zimmerman won his court case due to basic self defense and even the prosecution’s forensics expert corroborated Zimmerman’s description of the shooting occured agreed with his expert opinion. Nope, unlike last time when he said Trayvon could have been his son, he said “Martin could have been me 35 years ago”. Let’s hope his words don’t incite further violence from the bash mobs sprouting up around the united states since the verdict first broke, or during the 100 protests these so called civil rights leaders are promoting this weekend. The President, a former community organizer, and Eric Holder a few days ago in front of the NAACP, just justified their “civil disobedience”. This week, our news media & our leadership just set American race relations back 50 years.

”There is nothing more painful to me at this stage in my life than to walk down the street and hear footsteps and start thinking about robbery. Then look around and see someone white and feel relieved.”

Jesse Jackson

Perfect online comment for those of you who don’t get the point… “Did Obama just try to convince black people that every time they hear someone lock their car door its because they are black? My car auto locks when I put it in drive.”  – Andrew

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