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On your next show how about you set up a wall with ALL the pictures of the deceased Trayvon and have a little talk with your audience about journalistic integrity; maybe even examine what the Society of Professional Journalists (spj.org) website has to say on ethics in journalism? Ask your audience if they think it is right to portray Trayvon as the youngster he was not when he was shot through the use of outdated photographs that depict the deceased young man as having been much younger and smaller when the incident occurred wherein he was killed.
You could talk about the "race baiters" and the misleading efforts by various entities within the media as well as certain folks associated with certain political organizations/special interest groups. You could bring up Al Sharpton’s inciting of violence; Mr. Obama’s, (NOT the president for he was in the commission of a crime when he was illegally elected while fraudulently representing himself as constitutionally eligible to be president), embracing of Trayvon as the son he never had without any background on the young man yet having been investigated or confirmed; Jamie Foxx’s vitriolic threats of an impending ‘black-lash’ should the presumed guilty until proven innocent Zimmerman be acquitted; or the instructional Tweets from has-been movie director Spike Lee intended on organizing a mob to literally attack George Zimmerman and family at their home.
Now that would be a good show Judge Jeanine.
Quite naturally you will be labeled a racist for presenting the facts and ALL the photos that have surfaced regarding the deceased young man—many of which are Trayvon’s own photographs which have been published from social media websites that he used or right off his cell phone.
Perhaps a new word will enter into the journalistic lexicon of terminology: To
"portrayvon" an individual: To falsely portray an individual with irrelevant photographs of how they once looked as opposed to portraying them in the light of truth—how they at the time in question did in fact look.
Investigative journalist Michael Brendan Dougherty reminded his readers that NBC deliberately and with malicious intent edited—no mutilated—the transcript of the 911 phone call made by Zimmerman in order to portray Mr. Zimmerman as a racial profiler in his April 4, 2013 article on businessinsider.com headlined “NBC: We're Sorry We Edited The Trayvon Tape To Make George Zimmerman Sound Racist” where he put to paper the transcript of the disgusting false portrayal made by NBC along with the actual transcript of the call:
“Here's the transcript of the audio NBC played: “Zimmerman: This guy looks like he’s up to no good. He looks black. Here's the actual transcript:
Zimmerman: This guy looks like he’s up to no good. Or he’s on drugs or something. It’s raining and he’s just walking around, looking about. Dispatcher: OK, and this guy—is he black, white or Hispanic? Zimmerman: He looks black.
NBC launched an investigation into what happened in their editing process.
Obviously, the editing can hugely prejudice the viewer into thinking that Zimmerman has definitely engaged in racial profiling when he followed Trayvon Martin. The actual transcript doesn't rule out the possibility of racial profiling, but it certainly doesn't confirm it.”
Consider the photo of Trayvon that was plastered larger than life behind you Judge Jeanine when you were recently a guest on 'The View.’ The producers of ‘The View’ were using one of those irrelevant photos of a much younger, child-like Trayvon.
Then consider the video of Trayvon taken in the convenience store recorded only minutes before he died and in other photographs that have been released that show how much he had matured physically if not mentally, and please answer me this: Is it not
unethical for media outlets to have bent over backwards in a most prejudicial manner to falsely “portrayvon” the dead young man as having been a cherubically innocent little boy several years younger and physically quite different than the reality that faced George Zimmerman in the dark?
George Zimmerman has repeatedly been negatively “portrayvoned” himself in a literary sense by members of the media
who have no right to call themselves journalists. Like many Americans, this journalist is still trying to figure out what precisely the term “White Hispanic” means.
In an article headlined “DEFENSE RESTS CASE IN GEORGE ZIMMERMAN TRIAL” on the website bigstory.ap.org the journalist team of Mike Schneider and Kyle Hightower collaborate to arrive at the subtly biased, and covertly racist remark—a literary “portrayvon” of Mr. Zimmerman—when they write that “Martin was black and
Zimmerman identifies himself as Hispanic.” The implication
of the literary construct that the two writers jointly employ is that Trayvon was black and Zimmerman simply identified himself as Hispanic—not that he really in fact was Hispanic, but as we all know was actually a dreaded “White Hispanic.”
Consider if you will how strange it would appear if Schneider and Hightower had written, “Zimmerman is Hispanic and Martin’s family identify him as having been “black.” Everyone in the media would be asking, ‘What is that supposed to mean? Was he black or not?’
“The George Zimmerman investigation was hijacked “in a number of ways” by outside forces, said the former police chief of Sanford, Florida.
Bill Lee, who testified Monday in Zimmerman’s second-degree murder trial, told CNN’s George Howell in an exclusive interview that he felt pressure from city officials to arrest Zimmerman to placate the public rather than as a matter of justice.” CNN.
In a remarkable interview, former police chief of Sanford, Florida Bill Lee is on the record stating that he did not want to place Mr. Zimmerman under arrest, but was pressured to do so.
In the article “Ex-Sanford police chief: Zimmerman probe 'taken away from us'” by Elliott C. McLaughlin, CNN, at the edition.cnn.com website posted on July 10, 2013, but misprinted as July 11th, former police chief Bill Lee said, “It was (relayed) to me that they just
wanted an arrest. They didn’t care if it got dismissed later,” he said. “You don’t do that.”
When Sanford police arrived on the scene on February 26, 2012, after Zimmerman fatally shot unarmed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, they conducted a “sound” investigation, and the evidence provided no probable cause to arrest Zimmerman at the scene, he said.
It had nothing to do with Florida’s controversial Stand Your Ground law, he said; from an investigative standpoint, it was purely a matter of self-defense.” “The police department needed to do a job, and there was some influence—outside influence and inside influence—that forced a change in the course of the normal criminal justice process," Lee said.”
The Orlando Sentinel reports today, 10 July 2013, in an article headlined “Trayvon Martin: New Black Panthers offer $10,000 bounty for capture of shooter George Zimmerman” that “Members of the New Black Panther Party are offering a $10,000 reward for the "capture" of George Zimmerman, the Neighborhood Watch volunteer who shot Trayvon Martin.
New Black Panther leader Mikhail Muhammad announced the reward during a protest in Sanford Saturday. And when asked whether he was inciting violence, Muhammad replied defiantly: "An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth."”
In a cogent analysis of indications that the judge in the Zimmerman trial is biased in favor of the prosecution in a 10, July 2013 article on patdollard.com headlined “WATCH: JUDGE SAYS SHE’S ALREADY MADE UP HER MIND: ZIMMERMAN’S STORY ‘DOESN’T COMPORT WITH THE EVIDENCE’, DENIES HIM FAIR TRIAL” the author writes, “She denied the text evidence on the absurd claim that because there was no way to know with 100% certainty that the texts on the phone owned by Trayvon were sent by him, the jury shouldn’t see them, even though the jury would be able to consider the fact that there was an unreasonable chance that he hadn’t sent them, and even though the defense may have been able to present evidence that they WERE sent by him. In addition, the prosecution team delayed letting the defense team know they had the texts in the first place, in order to prevent the defense from contacting the people Trayvon had sent them to, who
could then corroborate that Trayvon had in fact sent them. The judge didn’t care. She had already, before the trial started, denied the defense’s request for a delay in order to do that very corroboration. These texts are very important, and perhaps key, because of the most crucial question of the case: Was Trayvon likely to start a fight with George, did he have a history of starting fights, or at least engaging in them? George’s claim is that he was attacked. So the question becomes, how likely is that? Does Trayvon have a history of attacking? Of attacking strangers? Of attacking “MMA-style”? Of attacking white people? There is no question that a history of Trayvon Martin’s attacks and fights, if any, should be allowed in the case. The judge is working overtime to keep such evidence from the jury. What does that tell you?”
Both the examiner.com and and capitalisminstitute.com report the Justice Department has disgustingly participated in denying justice to George Zimmerman.
“Now, it’s turned out that Eric Holder’s Justice Department has even used taxpayer money to support and even train protesters at the George Zimmerman trial. Whether Zimmerman is guilty or innocent is not the point here. No matter what Holder thinks, it should NEVER be justified for the feds to support protests in some kind of attempt to influence the trial. That is disgusting.” (capitalism.com. ‘Eric Holder Used Taxpayer Money to Help Anti-Zimmerman Protests’ July 10, 2013.)
“Documents obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request reveal that the Department of Justice spent thousands of taxpayer dollars to provide assistance for anti-Zimmerman protests in 2012, the Daily Caller reported Wednesday. Among the protests assisted by the Justice Department was one headlined by activist and MSNBC host Al Sharpton.
At issue is the money spent by so-called "peacekeepers" in the Community Relations Service, a division of the DOJ that, according to Judicial Watch, the organization that requested the information, "purports to spot and quell racial tensions nationwide before they arise..."
Judicial Watch said that:
CRS employee spent $1,142.84 to travel to Sanford, Florida from March 25-28, 2012 “to work marches, demonstrations, and rallies”; CRS employee spent $751.60 to travel to Sanford, Florida from March 30-April 1, 2012 “to provide technical assistance to the City of Sanford, event organizers, and law enforcement agencies for the march and rally on March 31”; CRS employee spent $1,307.40 to travel to Sanford, Florida from April 3-12, 2012 “to provide technical assistance, conciliation, and onsite mediation during demonstrations planned in Sanford”;
CRS employee spent $672.24 to travel to Tampa, Florida from April 18-20, 2012 “to meet with RNC official related to possible protests and demonstrations during the RNC”
Judicial Watch also said it obtained an audio recording of a “community meeting” held at Second Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church in Sanford on April 19, 2012.
The meeting reportedly opened with a gospel hymn and organ music and reportedly led to the official ouster of Sanford’s Police Chief Bill Lee, Judicial Watch said.
According to Judicial Watch, that meeting produced a nine-point plan, the main demand being Chief Lee's removal.
The Daily Caller said a DOJ spokesperson initially said she did not know "off the top of her head" what role the CRS played in the antiZimmerman protests. But DOJ spokesperson Dena Iverson later said in an email that "the Community Relations Service was in Florida as part of their mandated mission" while providing a link to the CRS’s website.
Since the case broke last year, George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch volunteer on trial for the shooting death of
Martin, has received thousands of death threats. It is impossible to determine how many of those threats are a direct result of taxpayerfunded activities by the DOJ.
Examiner's Dean Chambers noted that talk show host Rush Limbaugh discussed the CRS' activities on Wednesday.
"This is a fundamental disintegration," Limbaugh said, "and it's just one of many that are happening to this country under this administration."
Limbaugh went on to say that the DOJ did not just engage on the side of the anti-Zimmerman protests, but "revved 'em up."
"They went down there and started all of this," he said.” (examiner.com. “Docs: Obama DOJ facilitated anti-Zimmerman protests with taxpayer money” by Joe Newby. July 10, 2013.)
I would pay to see Jamie Foxx's face—and would not pay to see his face in a movie theater after his remarks about his ‘lord and savior Barack Obama’—the day that the NOT GUILTY verdict is read in the Zimmerman case.
Take note of the graphic representation of Trayvon when he was smaller, younger, and innocent looking.
Then the cases against the news services which maligned the innocent Zimmerman as well as against politicians and other public figures who incited violence shall begin and Mr. Zimmerman will
receive a just HEROES REWARD ($$$) for protecting us all from the likes of TRAYVON!
And what's with referring to Trayvon's biological parents as his "mother" and "father?" Shouldn't the current expressions of "Baby Momma" and "Baby Daddy" be used in describing Trayvon’s biological parents? The question has to be asked since 78-80% of those incarcerated in the US come from effectively fatherless homes and the U.S. incarcerates a larger percentage of her population than any other society in human history: Was Trayvon an illegitimate bastard child (the word "bastard" can be found in the King James Version of the Bible), conceived outside the covenant of marriage?
I have too much respect for the title of mother and father to just go throwing them around to people who think so little of the covenant of marriage and the blessings bestowed by God upon children conceived within said covenant between one man, one woman, and the Lord that they without reservation conceive children in a manner more closely related to the way in which animals breed than should human beings, created in the image of God and endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, conceive children.
Where was Trayvon headed to at that hour of the early morning? He was headed to his so-called "father's" fiance's house; to the ‘crib’ where his ‘Baby Daddy’ was shacking up with his “ho,” to put it in the vernacular of the “hood.” Baby Daddy thought enough of his then
current paramour—his ‘ol’lady,’ at the time, to at least propose to her to enter into the covenant of marriage if reports that they were engaged to enter into the covenant of marriage can be believed. Apparently Baby Daddy never felt so about Trayvon's Baby Momma because she has a different last name.
Perhaps if Trayvon had had a mother and a father with the same last name and not what is colloquially acceptable today—a Baby Momma and a Baby Daddy—he would not have been roaming around at that hour of the early morning when a young man of his age should be safe at home asleep to be well rested for work or school the next day.
And let us not forget that Trayvon had been approached by a teacher at his school who wanted to know where he had gotten a sizeable amount of jewelry he had on his person while at school. A reasonable person might suspect that the jewelry was obtained in one of the break-ins in the neighborhood where Mr. Zimmerman was a volunteer.
Perhaps Trayvon was just another adolescent black man who was caught up in the glorification of the 'Thug Life,' the 'gangsta' life.'
What was the term that Trayvon used? No, not “Creepy-ass Cracka,'' the other one that he used to describe himself on FaceBook? "No Limit Nigga."—Trayvon’s words.
Perhaps Trayvon had participated in breaking into properties in the neighborhood. Perhaps Trayvon used words like “Creepy-ass Cracka'' to describe other people—Caucasians or perhaps “White Hispanics” (whatever the Hell that is?). Perhaps he thought of himself as a person who lived outside the limits of society. Perhaps he thought of himself as an angry young African American with no limits. Perhaps he snuck a punch on Mr. Zimmerman knocking him down and then mounted Mr. Zimmerman M.M.A. style and continued pummeling the "White Hispanic" (??? whatever the Hell that is???) Perhaps Trayvon realized that the man he was beating had a sidearm holstered on his hip and so reached for it. Perhaps Mr. Zimmerman, in the midst of receiving a beating, realized that his assailant was reaching for his sidearm and so unholstered his weapon to take control of it in order to prevent his assailant from gaining control of the weapon and employed it out of fear of great bodily harm or even death at the hands of a selfdescribed "No Limit Nigga." Maybe Tupac Shakur was right when he spit, “Sometimes my people be actin’ kinda’ evil.”
Also published today, July 10, 2013 in the blizzard of news stories on the Zimmerman trial was an article by Dean Chambers headlined
“New Black Panther Party allegedly busing mobs to Sanford, Florida for expected riots” on the webpage of
Qstarnews.com which reports that “Reports have come in from eye witnesses in Sanford, Florida that the New Black Panther Party, an extremist group that has called for the killing of George Zimmerman if he is found not guilty, is busing in thousands to that town. Sanford is the location of the trial and near the place where the shooting of Trayvon Martin by Zimmerman occurred. There have been threats of riots if Zimmerman is not found guilty and it is believed that the New Black Panther Party and other extremist groups will attempt to take advantage of racial tensions after a non guilty verdict by organizing riots.”
In a poignant literary commentary Jesse Lee Peterson’s article ‘Black Racism Killed Trayvon …and Paula Deen’s Career’ was published on July 2, 2013 at World Net Daily (wnd.com.)
“Mr. Peterson makes honest observations about intimidation that need to be addressed by the people of America.
“Rachel Jeantel, the troubled young woman who was speaking on the phone to Trayvon Martin just before he was killed, testified in George Zimmerman’s second-degree murder trial that Martin called Zimmerman a “creepy a– cracka” before their violent confrontation.
I’ve been warning for the past 23 years that black racism is out-ofcontrol—it appears black racism killed Trayvon Martin, and Paula Deen’s career!
Since the shooting of Martin, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and the NAACP (along with the liberal media) have done their best to portray Martin as an innocent kid tiptoeing through the tulips who just happened to be the victim of a racist white vigilante (even though Zimmerman is half Hispanic).
Blatant hostility and racism toward whites is common among black youth. Martin’s friend Rachel Jeantel admitted that where she comes from the term “cracka” is a common term used to describe whites.
Before his death, Martin was suspended from school; he was caught with a marijuana pipe; it was reported he had burglary tools in his locker; and it was recently revealed that pictures of marijuana plants and someone suspected to be Martin holding a gun were found on his cell phone. Does this sound like a well-adjusted teenager?
Trayvon Martin was the product of a broken home. He was also a victim of the corrupt civil-right leaders who peddle racism infecting the minds of young blacks. Martin’s parents (Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton) stood next to race hustlers and knowingly allowed this case to be
framed as a race issue. As a result, supporters have taken to Twitter, threatening to kill Zimmerman and random white people if he gets off:
@HotTopicLys: f**k Don West. f*** George Zimmerman. I’ll kill both them n***as. @StayFocus_Jones: ima kill a white person in self-defense if Zimmerman go free lol on everything. @ZackSlaterExe: If they don’t kill Zimmerman Ima kill me a cracka. @BE4L_Pervis: If Zimmerman win, I’m gonna kill a white kid by mistake.
All the threats and screams of racism from these thugs, as well as Sharpton and Jackson, have nothing to do with justice for Trayvon! Just as the uproar over celebrity chef Paula Deen’s use of the word “N–-er” decades ago has nothing to do with eradicating racism.
Deen has been excoriated after she admitted she had used that word in a deposition over a case accusing her of condoning an atmosphere of sexual harassment and racism in her businesses.
Paula Deen has apologized profusely to everybody and their mama! She released statements, videos and appeared on the “Today” show begging for forgiveness from blacks.
Jesse Jackson (of all people!) has said his organization plans to investigate the matter and that he will help the embattled chef overhaul
her image. She didn’t owe an apology to all black people. Jesse Jackson is not the gatekeeper to black America, and she doesn’t need him to remake her image.
Since Paula’s admission, the Food Network, Wal-Mart, Caesars Entertainment, Smithfield Foods, Sears and diabetes drug maker Novo Nordisk are no longer doing business with her. This type of overreaction by majority white-owned companies is the height of cowardice. Just as in the Zimmerman case, it’s time for people to take a stand against all forms of racial intimidation!
By apologizing to all blacks, Deen and her former sponsors are unwittingly sending the message that just the accusation alone is enough to get whites to cave. This only encourages vultures like Jackson and Sharpton to swoop in and exploit these incidents for personal gain.
Jackson claims he’s going to investigate Deen’s past use of a racial slur. Did anyone investigate his past use of racial slurs when he used the slur “hymie” and “hymietown” respectively when referring to Jews and New York City? Or when Jackson accused Barack Obama of “talking down to black folks” by lecturing them on moral issues?
If Jackson, Sharpton and the NAACP hadn’t jumped on the Trayvon Martin case and made it into a racial matter, nobody would have heard
of it. His death would have gone unnoticed, just like the more than 500 black youths that were murdered in Chicago in black-on-black violence last year.
The attention on the Zimmerman trial is not about justice for Trayvon; it’s about intimidation and dividing the American people along race. I hear from many white people that they’ve given up on trying to help or deal with blacks. If they hire blacks, they’re afraid to correct them because they may cry racism. God forbid if they have to lay off or fire a black employee – all hell might break loose! This is putting fear in white people because they can’t win either way.
Whites have to overcome the fear of being called “racist.” Blacks have to be on the side of good and stand for what is right, regardless of race. In order to conquer these racist black leaders, we must see clearly that the uproar in the Trayvon Martin and Paula cases is NOT about justice.”
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