Personally I thought George Zimmerman was toast. When I heard that the jury was exclusively made up of women, I thought emotions, not facts, would carry the day. I thought the influence of the media, the Department of Justice, the threat of riots, etc., would doom the man.
Boy was I surprised.
Have you been as fascinated as I have about the aftermath? Why do you think the black community hasn't burned down the entire
country over the Zimmerman verdict? Seriously, Oakland, Chicago, Los Angeles and parts of Detroit should be on fire right now.
have been violent flare ups, certainly. But nothing on a large scale.
Nothing organized. even Al Sharpton has to keep up the rallying cry.
Nobody is listening.
My grand conspiracy theory is that
Obama seriously wanted national
rioting. There was no reason for him to deal himself into the matter
when he said Trayvon Martin could have been his son. No reason at all.
The only reason I can sense is that he wanted to be able to have a say
once the chaos began, and impose some sort of martial law allowing
Homeland Security to start using their billions and billions of bullets.
It might sound far fetched, but it's the only thing that adds up (to
me). The only other answer is that everything is
about Obama so of course he had to comment.
There's something about
this case that made the left think they had a spark with which to ignite
rage in the black community, but it's not working. That's the other
mystery. It's ready-made. Why isn't it working?
Is it the economy? Nobody has time to riot because they're too busy looking for work?
Or, maybe, have we finally caught on to the manipulation that the media and the ruling regime like to use against us?
I know is that, as of now, the DOJ is continuing the witch hunt.
They're going to put Zimmerman away even if they have to pass a law
against littering to do so. That's justice.
Because, when you think about it, Trayvon Martin was the only son Obama might have had.
ABOUT: Brian Drake is a California conservative and the author of The Rogue Gentleman, now available in paperback from Amazon.com.