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Zimmerman Case Gives Usual Suspects Chance to Act Stupidly

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In addition to restoring faith in our justice system, George Zimmerman’s acquittal provided an opportunity for everyone to show us who they really are; specifically,
    Race hustlers, hypocrites who are outraged and horrified when a black “child” is killed by a “white Hispanic,” but are perfectly comfortable with the hundreds of black teenagers shot dead on a regular basis in Barack Obama’s Chicago;
    Moronic celebutards on Twitter,
    Lame Stream Media Liberal “Journalists,”
    Outright Idiots who probably can’t read or write cursive, and whose knowledge base begins and ends with the latest pop culture “star,” enjoying his or her 15 minutes of fame.
    The actual takeaway of this criminal case, which held the nation spellbound, was spoken clearly by Aristotle back around 300 B.C. “The law is reason free from passion,” which is another way of saying that no good results when the equivalent of a lynch mob, fueled by race baiters like Al Sharpton, Eric Holder, and even sadly, Barack Obama,demands a sacrifice.

    Andrew Branca, author of The Law of Self-Defense. did amazing, wall to wall coverage of the Zimmerman trial & he’ll be our guest today to give us his reaction to the verdict,
    We’ll also hear from Taleeb Starkes, who very provocatively predicted in this post, “Creepy A** Crackers” Should Prepare for Negro-geddon," that we would see riots if Mr. Zimmerman were not sacrificed on the altar of political correctness. Was he wrong about that, or are we just waiting for other shoe to drop?
 Did Angela Corey, appointed by Gov. Rick Scott, to appease the mob withhold exculpatory evidence from the Zimmerman defense?
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