Why Did The Obama Administration “Organize And Manage” Protests Against George Zimmerman?

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Million Hoodies Union Square protest against Trayvon Martin's shooting death in Sanford, Florida - Photo by David ShankboneIs the Obama administration at least partially responsible for turning the George Zimmerman trial into such a huge national spectacle?  Judicial Watch has obtained documents which prove that the Community Relations Service, a division of the Department of Justice, was sent to Sanford, Florida in late March 2012 “to help organize and manage rallies and protests against George Zimmerman“.  This included spending quite a bit of money, arranging meetings between the NAACP and local leaders, and providing police escorts for protesters.  Someone needs to ask Obama why the federal government was doing this.  A story that should have never made national headlines now threatens to unleash a firestorm of racial fury unlike anything we have seen since the Rodney King verdict.  One young man, a neighborhood watch captain, shot and killed another young man.  This kind of thing happens in American cities every single night.  George Zimmerman says that he did it in self-defense.  He should be allowed to have his day in court and that should be the end of the matter.  But instead, this thing has been hyped into a massive national spectacle and it is being used to divide us along racial lines.  And it appears that we have clear evidence that the Obama administration was involved in doing the hyping.


The documents that Judicial Watch was able to obtain contain some absolutely startling information.  Apparently the role of the Obama administration in these protests was quite substantial


JW filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with the DOJ on April 24, 2012; 125 pages were received on May 30, 2012. JW administratively appealed the request on June 5, 2012, and received 222 pages more on March 6, 2013. According to the documents:

  • March 25 – 27, 2012, CRS spent $674.14 upon being “deployed to Sanford, FL, to work marches, demonstrations, and rallies related to the shooting and death of an African-American teen by a neighborhood watch captain.”
  • March 25 – 28, 2012, CRS spent $1,142.84 “in Sanford, FL to work marches, demonstrations, and rallies related to the shooting and death of an African-American teen by a neighborhood watch captain.
  • March 30 – April 1, 2012, CRS spent $892.55 in Sanford, FL “to provide support for protest deployment in Florida.”
  • March 30 – April 1, 2012, CRS spent an additional $751.60 in Sanford, FL “to provide technical assistance to the City of Sanford, event organizers, and law enforcement agencies for the march and rally on March 31.”
  • April 3 – 12, 2012, CRS spent $1,307.40 in Sanford, FL “to provide technical assistance, conciliation, and onsite mediation during demonstrations planned in Sanford.”
  • April 11 – 12, 2012, CRS spent $552.35 in Sanford, FL “to provide technical assistance for the preparation of possible marches and rallies related to the fatal shooting of a 17 year old African American male.”


But the involvement of the Department of Justice went far beyond just spending money and helping to organize and manage the protests.

Apparently, the Department of Justice was involved in setting up meetings between the NAACP and local officials, and the Department of Justice even arranged police escorts for protesters

On April 15, 2012, during the height of the protests, the Orlando Sentinel reported, “They [the CRS] helped set up a meeting between the local NAACP and elected officials that led to the temporary resignation of police Chief Bill Lee according to Turner Clayton, Seminole County chapter president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.” The paper quoted the Rev. Valarie Houston, pastor of Allen Chapel AME Church, a focal point for protestors, as saying “They were there for us,” after a March 20 meeting with CRS agents.

Separately, in response to a Florida Sunshine Law request to the City of Sanford, Judicial Watch also obtained an audio recording of a “community meeting” held at Second Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church in Sanford on April 19, 2012. The meeting, which led to the ouster of Sanford’s Police Chief Bill Lee, was scheduled after a group of college students calling themselves the “Dream Defenders” barricaded the entrance to the police department demanding Lee be fired.  According to the Orlando Sentinel, DOJ employees with the CRS had arranged a 40-mile police escort for the students from Daytona Beach to Sanford.

Under what conditions is it ever acceptable for the federal government to arrange police escorts for protesters?

And why did the Obama administration want to help them?

What was the goal?

As a result of all of the hype that this case has been given, we now have more racial tension in the United States than we have had in a very, very long time.

And it is becoming apparent to everyone what could potentially happen if George Zimmerman is acquitted.  In fact, law enforcement officials are so concerned about violence in the aftermath of the verdict that they have released a video encouraging young people not to commit violent acts…

On Monday, the Broward County Sheriff’s Office released a video calling on the public not to riot in the wake of the George Zimmerman verdict, expected this week or next in Florida. The Sheriff’s Office released a statement explaining that it was “working closely with the Sanford Police Department and other local law enforcement agencies” to coordinate “a response plan in anticipation of the verdict.”

The video, titled “Raise Your Voice, Not Your Hands,” focuses on attempting to channel reaction into non-violent response. It depicts two youngsters, one black teenage boy, one Hispanic teenage girl. “Raise your voice!” says the girl. “And not your hands!” says the boy. “We need to stand together as one, no cuffs, no guns,” says the girl. “Let’s give violence a rest, because we can easily end up arrested,” says the boy. “I know your patience will be tested,” says the girl, and then both conclude, “but law enforcement has your back!”

This never should have happened.

This case should never have been hyped like this.

Instead of being encouraged to look at each other as individuals and fellow American citizens, our politicians and the media continue to hype racial division and strife.

Are we ever going to learn how to love one another?

Trayvon Martin Protest March - Photo by David Shankbone

  • Piglet

    If a lot of violence breaks out due to a not-guilty verdict, Obomber will be able to play the role of The Great Wise Leader seeking reconciliation between blacks and whites and come out ahead. And if things really get out of hand, he can bring out those executive orders giving himself dictatorial powers over every aspect of our lives to “restore order,” and then he’ll have us where he wants us. Either way, he can’t lose, and he wouldn’t be letting a bad situation go to waste without taking advantage of it. Small wonder his minions have been helping to stir things up.

  • rentslave

    Is this grounds for a mistrial if Zimmerman is convicted?I do know that it is grounds for impeachment.

    • James A. Lonon

      Impeachment? No. Not going to happen. at worst, He might throw Holder to the wolves to appease the mob.

    • Hell, they won’t even have a congressional investigation into the fraudulent birth certificate.

  • common sense

    there won’t be a problem as long as he’s locked up

    • Jim Davis

      I agree. Obama and Holder should be locked up!

      • Albertde

        Stop whining about trivia. Obama and Bush have collectively taken away your freedom. You don’t have Life (Obama can kill you on a whim), Liberty (Obama is listening in on your cell phone, looking at your emails, watching your Skype calls and monitoring you on the Internet) and the Pursuit of Happiness (know any Happy Americans except for the queers who can “marry”).

  • Jim Davis

    Another reason to impeach Obama!

    Us taxpayers actually paid to start a race riot!

  • James A. Lonon

    A mind….er, A race riot is a terrible thing to waste.

    • DownWithLibs

      Not to mention a crisis (can you say ‘Sandy Hook’?)

  • choroni64

    just tell them that people participating in riots are going to loose food stamps and welfare!! problem solved. I heard a lot of people said that they didn’t want to vote for Romney because he was going to take food stamps away.

    • DownWithLibs

      Nice!! :)

  • im4truth4all

    This trial is about race. If George Zimmerman had been black instead of a white Hispanic as the media identified him then nobody would have cared. Identifying George Zimmerman as a white Hispanic when he prefers Hispanic is about the same as saying Obama is a white black.
    This whole joke of a trial reminds me of a quote by Hillaire Belloc “It is a nice question whether ignorance or stupidity play the greater role in human affairs.”

  • seth datta

    The banking establishment is well known for playing both sides of the debate and thus organise both sides, for the ‘hedge their bets’. Also, if they control the ‘opposition’, then they can direct the peoples energies safely away towards a conclusion the bankers want. Obama is just a shill doing whatever Sor0s wants.

  • Dave Webb

    Any lawyer that prejudges a case like Mr. Obama has done in the public press needs to have his law license revoked. But I understand that might already have happened a long time ago, over his changing his name.
    First, the Congress has to grow backbones. Next they have to get some ethics of their own. Voting on impeachment would probably go down along party lines. That is not showing backbones and certainly would not show any ethics. When a party is wrong, it needs people to stand up and say so. Otherwise next time they go for re-election it will not happen. But most think people will forget before that happens and they are probably right to a certain extent.
    The exception is when they are constantly reminded of it by something. Like Obamanation Care that steals money out of your pocket in the form of taxes(It is a tax.) So why wasn’t it voted in as a tax by the Congress. Seems a lot like fraud to me.
    This particular President appears to have a lot of impeachable issues.
    Now if we can just find someone with the backbone to stand up and do what is right in the Senate.

    I suggest Mr. Zimmerman be given the same rights as a common criminal in witless protection programs.
    He obviously cannot get a fair trial with all this pre-trial effort on the part of the Federal Government.
    He can be guilty as all get out and if he cannot get a fair trial, there is no basis to try him in accordance with our legal system.
    He can also be found completely innocent of any wrong doing and still his life is in jeopardy after the farce in the public press by Federal officials.
    As for intimidation, I say shoot all the rioters one time and there won’t be rioters ever again. Rioting is terrorism plain and simple. That is what Homeland Security is supposed to be all about. For once, I suggest they simply do their job and prevent it.

  • Mike in MI

    The news media is just as guilty as the DOJ/CRS. They keep spreading lies about the trial, the law, and the well established principle of Self Defense.

  • graphicartist2k5

    this is nothing but the american govt. trying their hardest to divide the american people. trayvon was killed because the american govt. wants us to be divided based on racial bullcrap they instigated way back in the day. this is nothing but a WHOLE bunch of nonsense and hype. the truth is we have access to the truth about who we are as people, as well as who other people are as well as their cultures, which means the american govt. is spinning its wheels and going nowhere fast in all of the mess they do against the american people.

  • freeoregon

    Government is a parasite, now in panic. Our wannabe leaders are clueless. They have failed us. But they still know how to sow dissension among us. As the system collapses, to preserve itself government must set individuals and groups against each other, rather than against government. Meme for the day: Divide the people, divert their attention and survive as a parasitic institution. Fostering and encouraging racial hatred, all in the name of harmony, is a time honored government tactic. This has been going on at least as long as bread and circus in Rome. Wake up! Care for one another. Know your opponent.

    • Hammerstrike

      Time for the public to take clues from James Bond villains as to how to deal with failure.
      The hatred being fostered is not two sided, it is black hatred of Whitney.

  • Undecider

    Sounds like an act of terrorism.

    • Joe

      After riots breakout the executive orders will be declared and we’ll finally have the “Martial Law” all the sheep said would never happen.

  • JDooz

    This is the purpose of these nonstories, to create strife, to divide, so the masses never unite and stand up for the things that truly matter, that are important, those that expose the immense attacks we are under. All of this gets so nauseating and repetitive, and absurd that it makes one question what dang pseudo-reality one is living in.

    • Joe

      The Matrix isn’t so far fetched after all, is it?

  • El Pollo de Oro

    If George Zimmerman is acquitted and riots break out, the fascist banksters and corporatists who run The Banana Republic of America (formerly Los Estados Unidos) will be absolutely delighted. The banksters welcome riots, and the more the better because that will give them an excuse to expand the police state: more Patriot Act, more NDAA (signed into law by Barack “Goldman Sachs” Obama), more TSA goons, more Homeland Security, more SWAT teams murdering ten-year-olds during botched drug raids.

    These cretins on Twitter who are threatening to riot are useful idiots for the police state. And if they do riot down in Florida, I sure hope that business owners will exercise their Second Amendment riots and give the little bastards a one-way ticket to hell.

    “In the L.A. riots, the Korean stores were the ones that didn’t get looted. The Koreans got together, sat on top of their shops, and they defended their keep. And more power to them.”—The Patriot Nurse

    “Barack Obama is so dangerous because he makes people that are traditionally anti-torture, anti-war, anti-police state just say, ‘Hey, I want NDAA. I want troops on the street. I want TSA sticking their hands down our pants. I want banker bailouts because it’s Obama.’ And strong conservatives went to sleep under Bush because hey, he’s a Republican.”—Alex Jones

    “Los Estados Unidos has turned into a banana republic, a fascist banana republic.”—Gerald Celente

    “Forced lockdown of a city. Militarized police riding tanks in the streets. Door-to-door armed searches without warrant. Families thrown out of their homes at gunpoint to be searched without probable cause. Businesses forced to close. Transport shut down. These were not the scenes from a military coup in a far off banana republic, but rather, the scenes just over a week ago in Boston as the United States got a taste of martial law.”—Ron Paul

    “I’ve said it before: you give me a waterboard one hour on Dick Cheney, and I’ll have him confessing to the Sharon Tate murders.”—Jesse “The Body” Ventura, former governor of Minnesota

    “The United States government now is probably among the most corrupt in the world if not THE most corrupt.”—Dr. Paul Craig Roberts

    “Rack up another triumph for President Obama’s global assassination program, which creates hatred of the United States and threats to its citizens more rapidly than it kills people who are suspected of posing a possible danger to us someday.”—Noam Chomsky

    God help The Banana Republic of America.

  • El Pollo de Oro

    For all the business owners down in Florida who are worried that a bunch of thugs and cretins in baggy pants are going to loot and riot, I have two words: Second Amendment.

    I hope that if any rioting thugs in baggy pants are shot dead, they are buried in their baggy pants. Don’t bury them in a nice suit and tie. Bury them in their baggy pants because they were cretins and should continue to look like cretins in death.

    • Joe

      Then the DOJ will send people to “organize peaceful protests” for these so-called cretins, in a sort of never ending cycle. I can see it now, a million sagging pants march.

      But in all seriousness, don’t let my negativity stop you. You are right my friend, you do have a 2nd Amendment right, so defend yourself and the ones you love and the businesses that you have built from the ground.

      If only all of the blacks (or anybody else for that matter) screaming “Justice for Trayvon” knew that in the end they’re simply just pawns in the chess game being played by the powers that be.

      • El Pollo de Oro

        Pawns is exactly what they are. And this media circus of a trial really shows what a pathetic joke the Democrap Party is. The Al Sharpton crowd and the carnival barkers at MSNBC have turned George Zimmerman, a half-Peruvian, half-Jewish man (definitely NOT a WASP) into a symbol of injustice. But when it comes to punishing the banksters and financial criminals who have brought this country to its knees, the Democraps are a miserable failure just like the Republi-Cons.

      • El Pollo de Oro

        Gerald Celente put it best when he said that the Zimmerman/Martin case is a distraction from the massive problems this country is facing (like 23% unemployment, a debased currency, a dying middle class, WWIII looming, an abusive police state).

  • corrupt

    the DOJ spent tax money to help organize protests against George Zimmerman. Your tax money was utilized by the government to orchestrate a protest to prosecute a private citizen.

  • Paul

    In the beginning, they heard the name Zimmerman and being Florida assumed he was a JEW. The government figured they could turn the blacks against the soft target liberal JEWS. By the time they found out Zimmerman was himself a member of a minority group with black relatives in his family it was too late as they already started the government incitement. Obama couldn’t wait to jump on the bandwagon to fan the flames of racial tension.

  • SantosGarcia

    Seems like this constitute a ‘kangaroo’ court!
    QUOTE: “The documents that Judicial Watch was able to obtain contain some absolutely startling information. Apparently the role of the Obama administration in these protests was quite substantial…” Race-baiting at its lowest.http://zionsgate.wordpress.com/2012/11/09/reaping-the-whirlwind/

  • Eric

    Very obvious this trial is being used for another page in the martial law playbook. With big gov’t comes the federalization of EVERYTHING.

  • El Pollo de Oro

    Those of you who don’t know live in the Philadelphia/South Jersey area probably don’t know the names Aida Guzman and Jonathan Josey. And if not, that tells you a lot about the idiots in the national news media, or as Gerald Celente calls them, the presstitutes.

    At the Puerto Rican Day Parade in Philly in 2012, Josey (a black cop) punched Guzman (a Puerto Rican woman) in the face. Josey didn’t lose his job, and Al Sharpton was nowhere to be found. Now, imagine if a white cop had hauled off and bopped a black woman in the face. You never would have heard the end of it. The incident would have received nonstop coverage from MSNBC and other presstitutes, and you would have had Sharpton leading huge demonstrations here.

    Ah, but Philadelphia (Killadelphia) is a city run by the Democrap Party. And as Alex Jones points out, Democraps are OK with the abuses of the police state as long as it’s “our guy” doing it.

    • Joe

      It’s also a city run by blacks. Every city with black leaders is a city in ruin.

      I dare anyone to show me a city with a black mayor and a black city council that doesn’t have higher than national average rates of crime, unemployment, and welfare recipients.

      I don’t say this as a racist, I say this as someone that can objectively examine and analyze data.

      • El Pollo de Oro

        Democrap-run cities tend to fall into two categories: you get dangerous places like Camden, Baltimore and Detroit on one hand. But on the other hand, you get the hyper-gentrified “limousine liberal” Democrap cities like Seattle, New York City and San Francisco. Democrap cities go to two extremes. Philly is a combination of the two because you still have plenty of run-down the ghetto areas in parts of the city but also have the gentrified areas with a Starbucks on every corner.

  • rentslave

    They’re jealous because they don’t have the necessities-thank you,Al Campanis-to properly run a nation.

  • Faye Brown

    Some say it’s improper to answer a question with a question .. but I can’t help but ask “why should this story NOT be made part of national headlines? “ Do we simplify or hide a murder (any murder) to prevent an outcry for justice? I should hope not .. I pray this does not evolve into racial fury of violence but national awareness should be made.

    And the article says “One young man, a neighborhood watch captain, shot and killed another young man. This kind of thing happens in American cities every single night“ … first of all this statement is very misleading … it was one young man carrying a gun justified as a minor neighborhood watchman, who wrongfully followed another young man in a threatening manner, whom had no gun no drugs on his person, but was followed, and with no good cause stopped and shot dead simply because he LOOKED suspicious … and if such an act of blatant injustice do happen in American cities every night … then a group of somebody somewhere are not doing the people justice

    And yes George Zimmerman should be allowed to have an ethical and fair day in court … which should have been contained within the perimeter of events that occurred that horrible night …

    But all this trash thrown in the court procedure as to justify self defense of following, stopping and shooting dead this defenseless your man is ludicrous …

    Furthermore how can anyone claim self defense after wrongfully going after the man you killed … his better defense would have been “he didn’t mean to kill the young man, but that things got out of hand when he approached and stopped the young man”…

    But when you’re untrained and filled with false power by packing a gun, it’s easy to step outside the rules of just laws ..

    And if as the article states, that there is clear evidence the Obama administration was involved in doing the hyping (which to me appears to be more of Him taking preventative measures) …. I pray he would do the same hype if my grandchild laid innocently dead in the streets … Somebody needs to care …

    • Joe

      You’re ignorance is breathtaking. By the way you go describe it as one man killing an unarmed young man with no good cause. If you can’t smell the media bias in this story then you probably should be on SSI for having some kind of disability.

      Zimmerman didn’t just stop and shoot a Martin. He confronted a wannabe thug who at the age of 17 already had a criminal record and a lengthy history of behavioral problems at school. Not to mention a cellphone full of text messages about getting into fights and purchasing a gun. If you think Trayvon Martin was anything but a criminal in the making just take a look at his twitter posts.

      And while Zimmerman maybe shouldn’t have followed Martin, what Zimmerman did was not illegal. What Martin did next, is illegal. He began kicking the stuffing out of a creep a** cracka.

      Zimmerman didn’t shoot anyone until said thug (Martin) was pounding his (Zimmerman’s) head into to the concrete and beating him senseless while he was on top of Zimmerman. It’s an open and shut case of self-defense.

      And your aside about how “You pray the same hype would be raised your grandchild laid innocently in the streets” Trayvon Martin wasn’t some innocent little toddler that only wanted candy and iced tea. He was a wannabe gang banger and junior criminal with a clear lack of morals or disrespect. Who when realizing that George Zimmerman was following him, decided to retaliate with violence first, and then he was shot dead for his poor decision to attacking an armed individual.

    • TeeC

      Thank you for that insightful and sensitive post! We as a people look for ANY opportunity to exercise the little self-perceived power we think we have. It is an awful shame that this nation is SO racially divided and that the “haters” come out of the woodwork and voice their hatred of those that they don’t understand and fear.
      President Obama is human and with that humanness comes flaws. There has been no perfect president. Why? because they all have been human and with that comes flaws. If you are a Republican you will name someone from your party that you feel has; and if you are a Democrat you will do the same, but the fact still remains that all have been flawed. So the only thing that separates the present President from the rest is that he is an African-American. Now our country has come a long way ( to even allow this to happen) and I applaud our progress, but one of the reasons this has happened is because we wanted a change from the same old rhetoric, from the same old unfulfilled promises, the lies and the miss management, so the “majority” elected Obama but then you tied his hands, fought against EVERY thing he tried to put into place that would fulfill the promises he made and then you sat back and said “see I told you he couldn’t do it”. Or you changed his plan (Obamacare) so much that it was only a semblance of the original and then you put your stamp of approval on it knowing full well that it would put the American people in an uproar because now it hurts more than it helps which is just what you wanted so you could point yet another finger in his direction.
      Yes, he has made some mistakes and yes, he will make some more before it is all said and done, but at least he trying. which is more than I can say for the “armchair haters” who sit back and do nothing but add to the problem.

      • Faye Brown

        I can only agree with what you’ve said here

      • Hammerstrike

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    • Hammerstrike

      Orly? So why is it the liberal race pimps that calls the rule of law an “atrocity” when it did not go the way they wanted?

      You can ask Trayvon boy in the Harems of Hel if the power of a gun is false.

      Travyon was not innocent, was indeed a scumbag who attacked Zimmerman and although Zimmerman acted in self-defence, he netherless did society a nice favour.

      • He was innocent for any crime that caused his death … People who agree with this verdict might think differently if a strange man suspiciously approached their love one in the dark of night, and by chance their love one were able to get the upper hand of this aggressive stranger, and while your love one fought for their live was murdered by the aggressor, yet the aggressor goes free of all responsibility and all crimes because he now claims in a situation he instigated, that he killed your love one in a bogus cry of self defense

        • Hammerstrike

          Trayvon was the aggressor, attacked the other guy and screamed him he would kill him, he was scouting the area for homes to burglarize so no, he isn´t “innocent”.

          His parents only sought to cash in on his death, these are their loved ones.

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  • Daniel

    They are using this and making it a spectacle in order to distract us from such issues as bradley manning and snowden, Issues which threaten to take away our individual rights. everything is a spectacle now, so you don’t know whats coming or where to look. Trust nothing you hear and half of what you see!

  • Jodi

    Sounds like another day, another scandal. It never ends with this administration.

  • Robert (qslv)

    Zimmerman is Peruvian / Jewish with black. Bad choice to scapegoat as a “white” person. Also there is a long history of tension between Blacks and Hispanics in the U.S.. What were they thinking when Obama’s DOJ decided to put this case in the spotlight?

    • Hammerstrike

      Jewish? Really?
      The thing to do then is to accuse them of antisemitism and blood libel.

  • J-Guy

    So much for hoping the National Guard would be on hand for squashing any and all riots should Zimmerman be acquitted, and I doubt Canada would feel like bringing their troops in. Guess I better get armed myself and defend my house.

  • Abby
  • I C Black Racists

    The USA has a corrupt black racist pretending to be President; Obama

    Obama’s Attorney General is a corrupt black racist who states he will not prosecute blacks for capital crimes

    Florida has a governor with an ethically challenged background who bought the position; Rick Scott.

    Florida’s Attorney General is an ethically challenged woman , Pam Bondi.

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  • Nazarethsavage

    You bigoted reverse racist claiming cowards are frauds. There was no race riot. The fact that the administration got out in front of it and encouraged protests and opposition to be peaceful is probably the reason no white person was killed. Just a black kid. The only people I’ve heard talking about black/white violence is white people. So you should be grateful but that wouldn’t fit the 3k m.o. So its more of the same. Its america. Whites don’t go to jail for killing black people. Its a story that hasn’t changed much in hundreds of years

    • Hammerstrike

      You bitches be scared of the latino man, that is why you don´t riot.

      You don´t even want to look like you are mad at a latino, how pathetic!

  • El Pollo de Oro

    Breaking news from the presstitutes: Zimmerman acquitted. Disturbios en las calles de Oakland. Democraps in mourning on MSNBC. Ann Coulter celebrating on Fox News. The media circus continues. Democraps threaten civil strategy against Zimmerman.

    Hey, here’s a suggestion, Democraps: instead of putting so much energy into going after this guy, how about you put some of your bankster buddies in prison? Oh yeah, that’s right: they’re too big to fail.

    • El Pollo de Oro

      Putting the banksters in prison: Democraps fail horribly.

      Rolling back the police state: Democraps fail horribly (in fact, the Bush/Cheney neocon police state was expanded with NDAA).

      Preventing currency debasement: Democraps fail horribly.

      Getting people riled up over Zimmerman: Democraps get their “message” out. Pathetic.

    • El Pollo de Oro


      Yeah, and the minute these idiots try that with a Goldman Sachs or a BOA CEO, they’ll find out what a banana republic military junta is capable of.

  • El Pollo de Oro

    Joe: If the baggy pants crowd wants to show how hard and how gangsta they are, let’s see them threaten CEOs for Wall Street and large banks the way they are threatening Zimmerman and the even the jurors on the case. Oh, wait…..if they try that, the Homeland Security Dept. will crush them to pieces so fast it will make their heads spin.

    • Hammerstrike

      Ya watched the latest Batman Movie?

  • candidman

    The only ones inciting a race riot other than Okland, are you racist supporters.

  • Kritischer_Realist

    There is no such thing as »racism«. What the leftists mean by using that word is really just reason.

    • Hammerstrike


      I think this whole affair will only harm the leftists and their medias even further, make them look like the barking mad buffons that they are.

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  • Hammerstrike

    These scumbags can riot if they like, more of them will join their martyr in the Great, Ever Stinking ***Hole of the Universe.

  • Hammerstrike

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  • Joe .. This is where everything goes wrong, even if what you say have truth to it, how did Zimmerman know the young man was a as you say a“wanna-be thug who at the age of 17 already had a criminal record and a lengthy history of behavioral problems at school? How did Zimmerman know about any such text messages?” he did not have this knowledge before he killed the young man … do a black man have the same right to kill a young white man who may or may not commit a crime later in life, and have had trouble in school, simply because he look suspicious … this is wrong Joe, Zimmerman never should have instigated such a wrong act which lead to the young man’s life .. and it would be just as wrong if a black man instigated a situation that was used to kill a young white man … our children of all race, creed and color deserve better > Lord help us in a world being consumed with bitterness, hatred and prejudice …

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  • rentslave

    Because this is what they do.It’s in their DNA.I don’t ask my cat why he still chases birds when I feed him well.

  • Rentslave, I would agree … because a negative DNA neuron cell of the mind, simply perceives, think and reacts differently than a Positive Neuron cell of the mind … and a Positron neuron network is the same mind of consciousness in Christ of the Positive Light …

  • @ Hammerstrike ..Your reaction and mine may have been different than Martin if we had noticed we were being followed and then suspiciously approached .. my heart would have been racing, I may have been in fear of my life, feeling venerable I might would have ran … you might have ran … but Martin facing danger came out swinging to protect himself .. I’ve heard how some in fear of their life will kill before being killed by an attacker …as for scouting the area .. The same could have been ASSUMED if you Hammerstrike, were walking in a crime prone area .. Now why Zimmerman did what he did only he and his God knows .. but he should have never done what he did … and his bad judgment caused the life of someone innocent “that night” of any wrong …

  • Phil

    This opens the door for blacks and hispanics to start fighting in the streets and then marshal law can be invoked…

  • Kritischer_Realist

    »Why Did The Obama Administration “Organize And Manage” Protests Against George Zimmerman?«

    The answer is very simple: They are racists with no reason for being one.