July 13, 2013, - 10:27 pm

NOT GUILTY: George Zimmerman Acquitted; System Worked But Sadly Zimmerman Will Never Live in Peace

By Debbie Schlussel, “White Jew” & “Creepy Ass Cracker-ette”

The jury has spoken, and George Zimmerman was acquitted of all charges in the killing of Trayvon Martin. He is not guilty.


“White Hispanic” a/k/a “Creepy Ass Cracker” Acquitted


You have to give the jury credit here. They did the right thing amidst a lot of hype and factors that might have driven them to find him guilty of manslaughter in a clear case of self defense, a case that never should have been brought (and was only brought because of the shrill race merchantry of Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, and the New Black Panther Party thugs).

The jury made the right decision despite constant obnoxious comments and behavior by Judge Debra Nelson and her consistently unfair rulings against George Zimmerman and his lawyers. They made the right decision despite never knowing who the real Trayvon Martin was because the judge wouldn’t allow it in–about his suspension from school, theft, drug use, harassment of the homeless, disgusting tweets, and other thuggery. Five of the six women on the jury were mothers and could have fallen for the prosecution’s constant attempts to portray Martin as an innocent “child” victim. And, even though they were sequestered, the jurors’ bus to the hotel was constantly exposed to hundreds of pro-conviction/pro-Trayvon Martin protesters outside the courtroom. The jurors surely must know that their lives might be in danger for being brave enough to make the right decision. And the jurors did the right thing in spite of disgusting tactics like that of the Trayvon Martin/Al Sharpton Channel a/k/a MSNBC showing and publishing photos of Trayvon Martin’s dead body, in an obvious attempt to sway the jury and affect the verdict. As I noted on Twitter yesterday (follow me on Twitter), it’s interesting that the government and the media have no problem releasing those photos while we still cannot see the Bin Laden death photos.


George Zimmerman does not win here. He will forever be branded a racist, a bigot, and a killer by at least half the court of public opinion. He can be–and probably will be–sued in civil court by the Martin family. And this will cost him a lot of money, even if he makes money in a book deal and/or appearances. Good luck to him in getting a job. The employer who hires him will be brave, indeed, because that employer and Zimmerman will be under a state of constant harassment. That will be Zimmerman’s life for many years to come. Sadly, he will not be safe. He has a number of threats on his life from the animals of this country. So how free is he when he has to live in hiding and cannot earn a living? Sadly, those who’ve made these threats on his life are on the same side as David Horowitz and Rich Lowry, brain-addled National Review Editor (as I’ve noted on this site) and Michael Savage.

And then there is still that nuclear option that I wrote about here on Friday: the Obama administration can still prosecute Zimmerman for “violating” Trayvon Martin’s civil rights and is considering it. We know he did no such thing. But, as I’ve noted, the Justice Department used federal charges to go after the police accused of beating Rodney King and with the men who beat Vincent Chin to death, after they’d already been tried in local courts.

We’ll see. Stay tuned.

But for now, at least we can say the jury system worked.

If Barack Obama had a son that looked like Trayvon Martin, the man who defended himself against Barack III’s violence would be acquitted as he was today.


One other thing:

Buh-Bye, “Precious”! Your 15 Minutes Are Up . . .


“Creepy Ass Cracker is Not a Racial Comment.”


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155 Responses

Couldn’t believe that the system worked. When they asked for clarification I thought he was doomed. Now, as you said Debbie, the feds will move in and charge him.

Ender on July 13, 2013 at 10:42 pm

One thing Precious had going for herself: she had one of the bet Moe haircut I’ve seen in years. Not much b/w the ears, but the ‘do, A-OK.

Frank Scarn on July 13, 2013 at 11:04 pm

I wonder if the Hispanic community has enough guts to make its voice heard at this point? That is the only thing that might cause the Obama Administration to hesitate, since they are pandering to that group as well.

Worry01 on July 13, 2013 at 11:07 pm

Only if the Feds truly want a riot on their hands. Personally, I think Zimmerman should sue the President for failing as the Chief Law Enforcement Officer of the land for huge damages. Obama attempted to wrongly interfere in this case.

Occam's Tool on July 13, 2013 at 11:09 pm

They were BOTH at fault. Even when deadly force is legally justified (and the jury just decided it was) deadly force may not be necessary. Zimmerman did all he needed to do by calling 911 and by maintaining visual contact of Martin. Martin could have spoken briefly & respectfully to Zimmerman,diffused the situation and continued about his business. Instead he did what he did, and it cost him his life. This is not a matter of race or civil rights. It was a very unfortunate incident between two hammerheads who BOTH needed maturing (not to mention formal firearms instruction). Very sad indeed

#1 Vato on July 13, 2013 at 11:09 pm

    Vato, you are an idiot. Zimmerman did not need firearms training. He killed the scum, and his shots were dead on.

    You are the kind of a-hole who would scream justifiable homicide if a white guy was pounding a black guy and the black guy killed him.

    May Precious sit on you while one of her thug friends is sticking it to your boyfriend.

    Jonathan E. Grant on July 13, 2013 at 11:25 pm

      Wrong JG. I would have kicked the punk’s ass. But what do I know, I have been armed for the last 3-decades. I have been in these situations in the past. Both Zimmerman & Martin could have done this better. Zimmerman injected himself deeply into a situation he probably should have avoided. Calling 911 and maintaining a visual….

      #1 Vato on July 14, 2013 at 12:12 am

        Vato, I’m confused. I’d say it was great that Obama’s imaginary son was killed. This is no tragedy.

        skzion on July 14, 2013 at 12:58 am

          skzion: Right on. Exactly what I was thinking when I saw the corpse photos “leaked” to the press.

          I wonder if Trayvon’s (and father of all of us accorsing to idiot Chris Rock) imaginary father-in-chief, Obama, thought the “corpse-men” should have been called in.

          DS_ROCKS! on July 14, 2013 at 4:51 am

It’s a relief and to grateful for that an innocent man won’t be imprisoned. But, sadly, George Zimmerman’s nightmare will never end. He’ll live out his days discriminated against and having to always be looking over his shoulder.

He bears the awful distinction of being victim to this latest shameful chapter (the White Hispanic Inquisition) in American history, brought on at the instigation of the worst element plaguing our teetering culture.

Pray for Zimmerman; and pray for our nation to survive the Obama Administration.

lee of the lower case "l" on July 13, 2013 at 11:16 pm

Al Sharpton is already calling for a civil rights “investigation,” (read lynching), and a member of the NY Giants, someone named Cruz, made a threat on twitter, saying it won’t be a year before the hood catches up to Zimmerman.

Jonathan E. Grant on July 13, 2013 at 11:23 pm

My only regret is that no one has shot AL Sharpton

Jonathan E. Grant on July 13, 2013 at 11:36 pm

    … or Jackson, or Precious.

    skzion on July 14, 2013 at 1:00 am

      Hey! C’mon now – leave Precious out of this. Her massive, fertile belly protects under its 12-inch layer of blubber her holds potential scores of lil’ Trayvons and future Dumb-o-crat voters and her microencephalic dome encases under its three-inch-thick skull the deep wisdom that can only be gained through generations of oppression and suffering at the hands of Evil White Men©, filtered through the unique perspective of a wise, peaceful, woman of color.

      DS_ROCKS! on July 14, 2013 at 5:01 am


        skzion on July 14, 2013 at 9:23 am

I guess the jurors must have been afraid the White Hispanic community would have rioted if Zimmerman had been found guilty, even though all the White Hispanic leaders have been asking their community to remain calm if Zimmerman was convicted, and the Zimmerman family has constantly appealed for calm.

Little Al on July 13, 2013 at 11:38 pm

    Yeah, ’cause you know how prone we white people are to violence in the streets when something happens that we don’t like. I bet white people were being bussed in Florida from all over the country to take part in massive violent street demonstrations if the verdict had gone the other way.

    All sarcasm aside, has anyone seen a photo of these “massive demonstrations” where more than six “demonstrators” were in the picture? I was reading the UK Daily Mail today and none of those pics had more than a couple of people in them, even thought it was clear the Daily Mail’s narrative was that this was a HUGE miscarriage of justice and there were riots all over the country. They were all really tight shots of a couple of people. Who did not happen to be white or Hispanic, BTW. Kind of reminiscent of the OJ verdict. Oh wait, they won that one…

    DG in GA on July 14, 2013 at 3:02 pm

Debbie, I agree with just about everything you wrote in this link, but I rationally differ from you on “Michael Savage”, Dr. Savage did NOT say that Zimmerman should’ve been guilty of murder (first degree, second degree, etc., also MS scrutinized Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Barack Obama and the NBPP for their dumbass demagoguery of this story), he said if Zimmerman was guilty, he should’ve been guilty of “manslaughter”, manslaughter is killing someone accidently, not intentionally (I know you know that DS, your in the legal business).

I also think that jurors did the right thing, rather than operating like a “Banana Republic” corrupt kangaroo court system what we all read and learn happen in third world nations. I also feel for Zimmerman, that moronic low-lives more likely will libel and slander him as a “racist”, “bigot”, “intolerant”, etc., and now has to fear for his livelihood and also have to have a fire-arm to clearly protect himself (a no-brainer of course).

“A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on July 13, 2013 at 11:40 pm

And I guess the race hustlers figured if they can intimidate the Supreme Court on things like Obamacare, illegal immigration, gay marriage, etc., it would not be hard to intimidate a local jury. Ironic that the Supremes, as compared to a local jury, are so easily swayed by political correctness.

Little Al on July 13, 2013 at 11:53 pm

I agree that Zimmerman’s life will never be the same and I blame Obama. If he was a leader or a man, he could have diffused this whole situation when it first became public. Instead, he fanned the flames for his own political purposes. I would have respected him had he been a man and diffused the situation, but he’s not. He’s a thug and it’s true that Trayvon Martin, another thug, would have made a very fitting son to Obama.

David on July 13, 2013 at 11:57 pm


    “I agree that Zimmerman’s life will never be the same old and I blame Obama. If he was a leader or a man, he could have diffused this whole situation when it first became public.”

    Dude, you nailed it and couldn’t agree with you anymore man, here’s my reasoning on this, Obama could’ve either kept his mouth shut and lead the country (or lack thereof), and/or he could’ve said something to this magnitude: “As of right now for this sad situation in Florida, we don’t know all of the facts and not too sure what exactly happened down there, the local authorities in Sanford, Florida should be investigating all of the details there”, had Obama said quote that I made, then he would’ve shown some leadership, but we all know what this demagogue of a president said, “yadda yadda, If I had a son, he’d look a lot like Trayvon Martin, yadda yadda”! Disgusting on Obama’s behalf when this all started.

    “A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

    Sean R. on July 14, 2013 at 12:05 am

    David: “He’s a thug and it’s true that Trayvon Martin, another thug, would have made a very fitting son to Obama”

    Well stated.

    DS_ROCKS! on July 14, 2013 at 5:03 am

I was surprised – I was expecting a conviction because that’s what the mob wanted. We’re not like Muslim countries where the mob delivers its own form of street justice.

It takes very little to destroy a man. And George Zimmerman’s life will never be the same again. If he had killed any one else in self-defense, we would never have heard of this case.

A young black man was killed and the race baiters wanted blood. This case was brought because of black racism. The facts at hand at nothing to do with it.

It was all about feeding Zimmerman to the mob baying for blood – which had nothing in common with justice.

I thank G-d this is still America when all is said and done.

NormanF on July 14, 2013 at 12:01 am

Zimmerman will be dead within a year. He never should have gotten back out of the car. When the 911 operator said “we don’t need you to do that,” then listen. You’re not a cop, do what the 911 operator tells you to do.

Trayvon Martin was a macho infused punk, who reacted the way a lot of people, including some I know personally, would react. Follow them incessantly, and right or wrong, you will get a reaction from them, sometimes a violent one. Sometimes, it’s because they will be doing nothing wrong, nor about to do anything wrong. Sometimes, it’s just because that’s their code. You follow me incessantly, I’m gonna go ballistic on you.

I agree that both parties were wrong in this case. It sucks that soon both parties will also be dead. There’s no reason for that to happen, but it will. Zimmerman, dead inside of a year.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on July 14, 2013 at 12:08 am

    Alfredo, I don’t really know you. Still, from what I can gather, I don’t believe you’d follow your own advice.

    skzion on July 14, 2013 at 1:06 am

      ROTFLMAO!!! Don’t really know what that means. Please point out this “advice” I gave and the context in which this advice applies to whatever impression you’ve obtained of me.

      I’ve given plenty of OPINIONS on this forum since joining, cracked a few silly jokes, given some opinions in the form of strongly worded observances, but I’m at a loss to understand this advice I gave, that I supposedly wouldn’t take.

      Alfredo from Puerto Rico on July 14, 2013 at 1:35 am

        “When the 911 operator said “we don’t need you to do that,” then listen. You’re not a cop, do what the 911 operator tells you to do.”

        C’mon, would you really follow such advice? 🙂

        skzion on July 14, 2013 at 1:41 am

          Yes, I would. I believe that the element of “wannabe cop” does apply to George Zimmerman. I’ve lived in plenty of situations, NOT gated communities where people are cozy with the police, and had to make such decisions. I’m talking ghetto and working class neighborhoods. I’ve gotten boldly involved in certain “incidents” in my life, and stayed anywhere from mostly or totally out of other situations.

          It’s very tough to always know as a citizen when to get involved, or when to stand down. But Zimmerman, as a neighborhood watch dude, with a cozy relationship with the police in a GATED community, no, I don’t care what you think. The local LEO representative at 911, whether an actual LEO or not, is an agent of LEO at that point in time. That person tells you we don’t need you to do that, you don’t do it.

          I spent the better part of a recent 21 year period of my life working for the legal industry. I have several friends who are retired LEO’s, and lost an ex training partner who was serving on NYPD at the time, in The Towers.

          I know plenty about getting involved and not getting directly involved. It’s a tough call, which I’ve had to make a few times in my life. There are some regrets, thankfully nothing that ever led to anything really bad. I say there’s a legitimate element of ‘wannabe cop’ that got carried too far here. I also say that on the basis of having had direct contact with a number of auxiliary police teams, many, not all, but a good percentage of which folks really act the total wannabe cop.

          I don’t want to trash gun rights, and I’m totally for the stand your ground laws as put forth in Florida, which I’ve listened to detailed discussions regarding the particulars of. Not everyone who thinks Zimmerman is an overzealous wannabe cop is also against the Second Amendment, stand your ground laws, etc.

          If that’s what you meant by you don’t know me, you’re right. A person’s personality may be more nuanced than you realize, or “don’t judge a book by its cover.”

          On a rather irrelevant note, but just because in a tongue in cheek fashion, it’s funny in a discussion such as this, let me leave you with the immortal words of Engelbert Humperdinck. In response to dealing with certain people describing him as a crooner, and not a legit singer, he stated:

          “I can hit notes that a bank could not cash.”


          Alfredo from Puerto Rico on July 14, 2013 at 1:55 am

          Alfredo, I stand corrected. Interesting comment.

          skzion on July 14, 2013 at 9:30 am

        Alfredo, you seem toperience with wannabe cops. Those that I have met blouse their pants into their boots. They don’t exactly walk, but tend to have a march to their step. I would expect that they would announce their dignified position of commander of the neighborhood watch to any potential suspects.

        George falls short IMO of wannabe cop. I think he wannabe helping his neighbors, family, friends, the kids he mentored, and the homeless man that he stuck up for.

        George can be my neighbor anytime….uh….let me check. Lotsa ammo. OK.

        I hope your 1 year prediction is wrong. If the mafia were looking for him, I might agree. Is the NBPP really that good (or bad)?

        Visteo on July 14, 2013 at 7:08 pm

Wow, some really disgusting human beings on this so called “blog”. Great display of how low life rightwingers truly think.

Tim Ryder on July 14, 2013 at 12:28 am

    Oh, then I take it you agree with Sharpton, Jackson the NBPP, and the various and sundry criminal elements who are all on the warpath against the tenets and precepts of civilized society in all its forms and variants?

    ConcernedPatriot on July 14, 2013 at 12:32 am

    Wow, Tim, thanks for sharing.

    skzion on July 14, 2013 at 1:12 am

    Tim, you seem to be a real hard boiled anti-Hispanic dude. You are just picking your racism flavor of the day you creepy ass cracker.

    Worry01 on July 14, 2013 at 3:33 am

      Worry01: Ha! Good catch!

      Yeah, “Tim Ryder”, I might be a “low life rightwinger”, but at least I’m not a bigoted Hispanic-hater (or “h8r”, as might be easier to understand for you), like you are, you farking racist.

      DS_ROCKS! on July 14, 2013 at 5:11 am

    Of course, Alfredo, if the police did their jobs…

    Little Al on July 14, 2013 at 7:42 am

      But of courrrrrrrrse. That can be said about anyone in society. If the sanitation department did their jobs, or if people didn’t throw garbage in the street in the first place. If surgeons did their jobs, people wouldn’t have forceps’ and sponges left inside their bodies, if The President did his job and upheld the Constitution, instead of playing divide and conquer politics, etc.

      Zimmerman called it in. He expressed more than a usual amount of concern about the possible intruder, i.e., Trayvon Martin. He was told to stand down.

      By the way, I’ve been a card carrying member of the NRA for nearly the entire 21st Century. I don’t and never have owned a firearm, but I intend to look in to it some day. I fully support Second Amendment rights, and occasionally make small additional contributions to the NRA aside from my normal dues payment. I also fill out and send in some of their activist material which goes on to certain Congresspersons.

      Alfredo from Puerto Rico on July 14, 2013 at 11:18 am

        “But of courrrrrrrrse. That can be said about anyone in society. If the sanitation department did their jobs, or if people didn’t throw garbage in the street in the first place. If surgeons did their jobs, people wouldn’t have forceps’ and sponges left inside their bodies …”

        I do understand your point, Alfredo, but I think the passage of yours I quoted actually contradicts it. MOST of the time, the sanitation department does do its job, and MOST patients do not leave with forceps or sponges in them. It’s only “law enforcement” that not only fails to do its job–consistently and widely–but also is immune to criminal or civil charges for not doing it. The failure of the police team that is supposed to keep Zimmerman’s GATED community safe is obvious, as all sorts of crimes are constantly occurring.

        The unfortunate in all this is Zimmerman who did what someone with arms experience and a sense of duty should have done. It wasn’t his responsibility to go as far as he did, but he did take a risk to do the job that the po-lice had not done. And I couldn’t care less if 911 told Z. not to pursue (CYA, of course).

        We are all better off with Martin dead, and I am pleased at this outcome. He’s one more scum who won’t be endangering us.

        skzion on July 14, 2013 at 1:39 pm

It is evident, though, from the reactions to Zimmerman’s not guilty verdict, that as far as Al Sharpton, the NBPP, ACLU et al., are concerned, their stance and essential advice towards any law-abiding person who sees anything suspicious going on in their communities is more on the order of “If You See Something . . . STFU.”

ConcernedPatriot on July 14, 2013 at 12:28 am

While it’s true that Zimmerman is no winner here, there’s also another party that is not a winner here: the jurors.

To be sure, there was enormous pressure on this jury to find Zimmerman guilty of the charges brought against him, and those in the business of hatred (i.e., Sharpton, Jackson, New Black Panthers and others in that business) have been working hard to foment as much racial disharmony and hatred and they could–having been given the green light (as if they needed that) by Obama with his racially charged and biased “Trayvon could be my son” remark. Yet, in spite of that pressure, the jurors based their decision on the law and the evidence presented. Will they be left alone? I certainly hope so. But doing the right thing does not necessarily bring comfort, and it certainly doesn’t mean there’s any reward for doing the right thing.

Finally, I would like to point out that if this were a just society, the members of the New Black Party in this video would be put in jail and be required to serve sentences for doing and saying the things they do:


Ralph Adamo on July 14, 2013 at 12:30 am

    @Ralph Adamo – re: “…doing the right thing does not necessarily bring comfort, and it certainly doesn’t mean there’s any reward for doing the right thing” – this clearly shows that when the execrable Spike Lee made his Do the Right Thing film way back when, the subtext of the title and true meaning thereof was more like “Do the Politically Correct Thing.”

    But it’s not just Obama who’s to blame. The sub-morons who voted for him in both 2008 and 2012 also deserve their share of the blame, as well, because they served as enablers of this travesty.

    ConcernedPatriot on July 14, 2013 at 1:03 am

Those six gals of the jury showed they had more real sense and guts than most any group of six so-called men running around today.

Good for them.

I hope they can maintain their privacy, as their lives and families are also now facing increased danger.

RA2216 on July 14, 2013 at 12:34 am

The Dems thought this would pump up black voter turnout in 2012, and it did. If the case has any future political benefits, Holder will press on. If Hispanics tire of the black lynch mob, they’ll drop it. I think the Dems risk fracturing their coalition.

Adam on July 14, 2013 at 12:38 am

Is it too early for me to get my “George Zimmerman=Hero” shirt? Since today, here in the Dormont neighborhood of Pittsburgh, at the Dunkin Doughnut this morning, my wife & I saw a black guy with a shirt that said: “RACE RIOT” with George Zimmermans picture & a crosshairs over it. Now, THIS is ok, & NO ONE WILL SAY SHAT. But if I were to wear a shirt that said, “Zimmerman=Hero” or “**** Trayvon,” I’d probably not survive the day without a severe beating. Ah, equality & “diversity” in MaoBama’s “post-racial America.” Ain’t it great?! Not only THAT, but we also learned of a new demographic of people: “white Hispanics.” A heretofore undiscovered race of people, who’s previous existence was never known! Why, its almost as good as a National Geographic special!
I hope the would-be rioters remember, it ain’t LA. Its Florida. And anyone causing harm to life, property or business is liable to be riddled with double ought buck or .45 slugs for the mere attempt. And I say GOOD. Shoot all looters & destroyers of hard earned businesses, just as happened with Trayvon. Self defense is a mother, ain’t it?

Cicero's Ghost (NB) on July 14, 2013 at 12:41 am

    Bravo, CG.

    skzion on July 14, 2013 at 1:09 am

      @ skzion:

      From some of the comments I’ve read on other sites, I’ve come up with a pro-Zimmerman chant:

      “If the head is split, you must acquit

      If you try to loot, then I will shoot.”

      Hell, its more original than the same “No Justice, No Peace” bullshat that all of the racial agitators chant at EVERY manufactured instance of “racism.”

      Cicero's Ghost (NB) on July 14, 2013 at 1:22 am

    Right on CG. In all my years [78 of them] I never heard the term “White Hispanic”. Leave it to the Liberal Media to skew/screw things up the Racist Bastards. A couple of Village Idiots posted Zimmerman is not Jewish, now WTF is difference if he were Jewish…who gives a Fuk except the Bigoted, Racists both Black, White & Brown. I did think most here were “Thinkers” but it seems there are always a few low life Liberal slime balls that manage to get in.

    Robert A. on July 14, 2013 at 10:48 am

      Uh, Robert, there was only one person who said that. I said it didn’t matter. All that mattered was the Jewish-sounding name.

      skzion on July 14, 2013 at 12:24 pm

Debbie I just found your website and I like what you have to say about this case. I am very thankful the 6 strong women of the jury made the right decision.

Just wanted to say that and the kid jumped George Zimmerman and got killed for it. No one wants a 17yo to die, but he should have just kept walking home that night and not tried to be thug.

P.S. For those who don’t know the area, from having lived in CF for many years, Sanford, FL is an area with country thug black gangs and lots of crime. Though most hear Florida and think Disney, trust me this place is far from it. Not surprised in the least a wannabe thug like Trayvon lived there.

Eddie on July 14, 2013 at 1:02 am

All Of U Sound Dumb And It’s Truly Sad That Ya Think This Man Is Innocent When He Murdered Sumbody Neverminding The Fact That He Was A Child Ya Continue To Throw The Negatives Into The Picture What Does His Tweets On Twitter Have Too Do With Zimmerman Hoppin Out His Truck To Follow This Kid Known Facts Have Stated That It Was Based On Suspicion An To The Owner Of This Website For U To Say Zimmerman Did America A Favor I Pray For U Because Your Racism Obviously Knows No Bounds At The End Of The Day Zimmerman Won This Battle But He Definitely Did Not Win The War He We Receive His Just Do

SmhAtAllOfU on July 14, 2013 at 1:12 am

    Smh, how is your cursive?

    skzion on July 14, 2013 at 1:13 am

    And I bet you cheered when OJ Simpson went free.

    Jonathan E. Grant on July 14, 2013 at 1:25 am

I was watching CNN (Communist News Network) Headline News and the very people who cheered when OJ was freed are now literally crying and pissed that Zimmerman was found not guilty.

Jonathan E. Grant on July 14, 2013 at 1:13 am

Thank God I’m not a racist. A lot of Zimmerman supporters are people who made racially-charged comments in the past.

Titanic dude on July 14, 2013 at 1:23 am

    Titanic (and believe me, we wish you went down on it), the most racially charged nonsense has come from unwashed dildos like you who have no problem with a black thug attacking a person for no reason.

    Jonathan E. Grant on July 14, 2013 at 1:27 am

    Titanic, whom do you mean?

    Anyway, I expect you are indeed a racist, but I KNOW you are a stupid twit.

    skzion on July 14, 2013 at 1:45 am

      ^ +10


      Keep em coming, Gay Obama …

      $tatusm0nkeyy on July 14, 2013 at 5:38 am

        cha-cha-chimpanzee is supporting the gay Titanic dude?

        skzion on July 14, 2013 at 5:07 pm

George Zimmerman did the public a great favor by taking out the trash.

Jonathan E. Grant on July 14, 2013 at 1:27 am

You know who really killed Travon Martin? The black community which respects and honors thugs, from listening to rap music made by criminals, to wearing shirts that say, “Warn a brother,” to their overall lack of cooperation with police, to their welfare dependency, etc.

Jonathan E. Grant on July 14, 2013 at 1:33 am

I don’t minimize the threat of another prosecution, but, at the same time, as with so many other things, there are differences from 20 years ago. The biggest one, of course is the spread of the internet`and the fact that it is much easier for other views to be heard than in 1992. Because of that, the risks to Obama would be greater than those to Bush re Rodney King.

It is possible he will still go ahead, but then the whole thing would have the potential of becoming an election issue for 2014, and the politicians would have a much harder time avoiding involvement than they did this time. I was struck by the extent to which most politicians other than the predictable race hustlers avoided comment or involvement. It might not be so easy for them to do so if there is a next time.

So while anything could happen, I think another prosecution is less than an even chance.

Little Al on July 14, 2013 at 3:04 am

And it is striking that virtually all of the press accounts show pictures of the reactions of African American individuals and groups to the verdict, just as the press, prior to the verdict did the same thing, showing the Martin family rather than the Zimmerman family. The ‘conservative’ Wall Street Journal was as bad as any of them.

No pictures of the Zimmerman family, or the White Hispanic community, i.e. the rest of us. And the whole issue is characterized by them as a ‘debate’ about racial profiling. Of course it was a debate about prosecutorial and governmental misconduct, and whether jury nullification would occur yet another time.

It is a striking, although unsurprising commentary on the Republican Party that there was virtually no comment about the Government’s actions, in spite of all the publicity about the IRS, the excesses of the Justice Department re AP and others, etc. (until the very end, when there were a few bleats about the Justice Department going in their and fanning the flames, stirring up the issue). But of course the Republicans will not take this up seriously, even in the context of the IRS pseudo-investigation.

Little Al on July 14, 2013 at 3:18 am

The lack of Republican comment is further noteworthy for a party that is supporting illegal immigration on the pretext of winning Hispanic support for the party. Don’t they think that supporting Zimmerman, or, at the very least, a fair judicial process would gain Hispanic support?

But there are issues and there are issues.

Little Al on July 14, 2013 at 3:21 am

    Very interesting point, Little Al.

    skzion on July 14, 2013 at 9:36 am

    @Little Al – It’s worse than that. The GOP used to be the party of “law and order” in contrast to the Democrats who were notoriously soft on crime. The Republicans’ silence on this issue is an indicator of how much even they have been buffaloed and cowed by the race hatemongers who scream “racial profiling” in every situation including an ingrown toenail. The ‘donks’, of course, have reverted with a vengeance to their old soft-on-crime stance, only with a more sinister component in the form of their alliances with groups like La Raza (running interference for Mexican drug cartels as well as being ethnic supremacists), New Black Panthers, and so forth. They don’t even pretend anymore as they did in the ’90’s when they signed off on such measures as the “three strikes” sentencing guidelines for certain offenses. Nobody has the courage to call out those groups and individuals who clearly have a vested interest in seeing more violence in the streets.

    Just one question – Anyone know, as far as these anti-Zimmerman rallies taking place across the country today, to what extent the so-called “Justice”[sic] Department played a role in helping organize and coordinate them (not to mention even financing them); and also how many of those demonstrators are allied with drug peddlers, gangbangers and so on?

    ConcernedPatriot on July 14, 2013 at 2:25 pm

      Very good points, ConcernedPatriot.

      Little Al on July 14, 2013 at 5:03 pm

And, unfortunately, as I said before, the predicate of the evils of racial profiling seems to be universally accepted in society now. Virtually no one in public life will question the fact that such profiling is ‘evil’. So in that sense, Obama and the PCers have still won, since they have strengthened the taboo against questioning racial profiling.

Little Al on July 14, 2013 at 3:30 am

This is the tiniest spot of sunshine since Obama’s “rule” began. I feel like I did as a kid on Christmas morning.

Are they rioting in FL yet?

DS_ROCKS! on July 14, 2013 at 5:20 am

Wow. I’m so naive sometimes. It just hit me that the political opportunist, scumbag Dumb-o-crats created this “WHITE Hispanic” moniker based on the guy’s last name, “Zimmerman”, that would conjure up an image of a white, possibly Jewish guy in the mold of a Bernhard Goetz, closet racist just baiting and waiting for the opportunity to blow away some poor, under-served yet sincere young man of color.

I never put two and two together because every time I see his picture, you gotta know that Zimmerman and Martin have about the same percentage of white blood in them.

DS_ROCKS! on July 14, 2013 at 5:28 am

    Oh yes, DSR. It doesn’t even matter if Zimmerman is actually Jewish.

    skzion on July 14, 2013 at 9:40 am

Zimmerman, despite his name is NOT Jewish.

Italkit on July 14, 2013 at 6:12 am

    And we know this how?

    (i) Because of this strange premise that genealogy is reckoned through the mother instead of the father, as proscribed in the Bible?;
    (ii) George hasn’t attended synagogue in a while?;
    (iii) Upon receipt of his “color,” the Jewish part of his DNA flew out of his body in to another host?;
    (iv) Being “Jewish” is a thing of what religion one observes, and has nothing to do with DNA acquired from parents?

    In closing, allow me to leave you all with a paraphrasing of some of the most important words of Abbott and Costello.

    ‘Da baby hawse has ta eat ‘is fodda so’s ‘e kin grow up ta be a good mudduh.’

    Alfredo from Puerto Rico on July 14, 2013 at 10:40 am

      1)Jews come in all colors. Zimmerman’s color has nothing to do with it.
      2)His attendance or lack thereof at synagogue has nothing to do with it.
      3)His MOTHER’s genealogy DOES have everything to do with it. We do not accept patrilineal Judaism. His father could not have let him have a ritual circumcision, he cannot get married under the chupa and he was not Bar Mitzva when he turned 13 (this doesn’t require a ceremony, it is de facto).

      You can be totally non-observant, non-believeing, a Bhuddist, atheist or anything else (except a christian) even a Muslim, and still be a JEW. I don’t get it but that’s how it is. But Zimmerman does not have a Jewish mother
      so he is not accepted into the Tribe. Go argue with the Rabbis of old who made this ruling. It’s actually not in the Bible.

      Italkit on July 15, 2013 at 7:15 am


        But strangely enough, I agree with SK that this is irrelevant to the larger issues of the case, except that it does affect Jewish-Black relations because it is being used by the Panthers and others. It will hopefully die because it’s so ridiculous or it will grow feet and become a big problem for us who remain in the US.

        Italkit on July 15, 2013 at 7:18 am

          Italkit, please do not mention my name. Thanks.

          skzion on July 15, 2013 at 7:56 am

For someone who claims to be a lawyer you’re pretty terrible at making a rational point. Debate class either didn’t teach you much or taught you too well.

The “Creepy ass cracker” comment is just a deflection and obvious logical fallacy when addressing that fact that Zimmerman racially profiled and expressed via a 911 call his level of racism. What exactly did he say?

If anyone should have been protected under “Stand your ground” it should have been Martin – as he stood his ground and kicked Zimmerman’s ass until he felt his life threatened enough to shoot him. How would you have reacted to the same law had Martin had a gun and shot first? Sadly, based on your previous commentary I think you’d look like a hypocrite.

Ryan F on July 14, 2013 at 7:08 am

    This is the type of comment I would expect from a sophomoric 12-year-old.

    Little Al on July 14, 2013 at 7:39 am

And ironically, there has been almost no discussion relating the fear of Black riots to Trayvon Martin’s own personality. A constant theme of this case, from all sides, has been the fear and/or expectation of Black riots if the case did not go the way they wanted it to.

But there is a connection between this characterization and Zimmerman. Of course there is a stereotype, unfortunately, all too well-founded of Black violence. As we have seen from the constant discussions about “oh, but please don’t riot if the decision doesn’t go your way”, this stereotype is well-founded and accurate, especially given that many, many instances of inappropriate Black violence are not publicized or even reported.

Racial profiling does not need to necessarily be inaccurate. Zimmerman, in all probability was aware of this tendency of all-to-many Black people, so calling him a “frustrated wannabe {I guess the slang ‘wannabe’ is meant consciously or unconsciously to further discredit Zimmerman) ignores reality.

All too many people, likely including Zimmerman know what goes on in Black schools, Black neighborhoods, Black places of recreation, celebrations when teams in Black areas, Black kids beating up White kids, and so on.

I wish a few more people would talk about Trayvon Martin’s personality rather than Zimmerman’s. We have seen what Martin’s friends are like…

Little Al on July 14, 2013 at 7:53 am

    And of course in the eyes of a rational person, seeing Trayvon Martin brings to mind these examples of Black violence and lawlessness.

    Little Al on July 14, 2013 at 7:59 am

And the press bias continues — their accounts generally explain that the Black protests about the decision were “‘largely’ peaceful.” Largely?

Little Al on July 14, 2013 at 8:07 am

Spot on, and shameful as hell. Ignorance rules.

samurai on July 14, 2013 at 9:12 am

I cannot believe the crap I’m reading! Most of these statements are far worse than the actual verdict! NOT GUILTY MY A$$!!!

??? on July 14, 2013 at 9:30 am

    ???, why do you hate Hispanics so much?

    skzion on July 14, 2013 at 9:47 am

Zimmerman’s life is certainly going to be hellish and I can’t diminish that one iota.

What I will say is: Aren’t all decent Americans victims of hellish hatred and calumny all the time? It’s liberals’ permanent election strategy.

Kevin on July 14, 2013 at 9:41 am

    Sorry. I wrote “Zimmerman”. I meant to write “George”. As in “Justice for George”.

    Kevin on July 14, 2013 at 9:45 am

Love the bin Laden analogy, Debbie. Sadly, too true.

Gary Welsh on July 14, 2013 at 10:11 am

If anything bad happens to Zimmerman, does anyone think Obama and his band of racist cowards at the DOJ will investigate it at all? I don’t think they will.

Zimmerman will have to carry a gun for the rest of his life for protection, and what happens when some punk wants revenge and Zimmerman is forced to use his gun again? He will have to look over his shoulder for the rest of his life.

Jarhead on July 14, 2013 at 10:45 am

Yeehaa! It’s open season on niggers, I’m gonna get my gun.

Cracker Ass J on July 14, 2013 at 11:13 am

    Try target practice on yourself first.

    skzion on July 14, 2013 at 12:19 pm

the negro had no right to attack Zimmerman and Zimmerman had a right to defend him self with deadly force.maybe this will send a message to other negro punks that whitey will shoot your useless ass if you attack us.

BRUCE on July 14, 2013 at 11:31 am

Blacks, like Muslims, are their own worst enemies. With their grandiose and arrogant sense of superiority and entitlement, they demand that we change our perception of them instead of them simply changing their behavior for the better so that they can be perceived differently. Well, carry on, black people and Muslims. Let us know when you’re ready to grow up.

Pray Hard on July 14, 2013 at 11:43 am

If, to use a pussy liberal phrase, there is a teachable moment in this case, it is that not all Whites/Hispanics are going to allow themselves to be victims of black crime.

Jonathan E. Grant on July 14, 2013 at 12:28 pm

After a couple days the media can get back to what they do best – The Kardashians.

CornCoLeo on July 14, 2013 at 1:52 pm

right verdict.

but what is with the thug comments? whose racializing this now?
not all black kids are thugs. would u call a white kid a thug in the same circumstance. I guess race baiters are on both sides.
Why celebrate this kids death? it is a tragedy on both sides. I feel Bad for Zimmerman and he has the right to a normal life, but both seem to be hot heads and it is a lesson for all. This case has been about race since day one.

disgusting comments on this site. Just accept the verdict and move on.

S: Thug isn’t and never was a racial term. Those who think it is are perhaps racists, race merchants, have a giant chip on their shoulder, or all of the above. Look up the origins of the term. Trayvon Martin had a history of being a thug. Those who threaten George Zimmerman’s life are, indeed, thugs. Has nothing to do with race and everything to do with behavior. There are plenty of White thugs, too. DS

sanjay on July 14, 2013 at 2:43 pm

    Because Martin was a thug, and the black community has a habit of supporting thugs, including OJ Simpson, rappers with extensive criminal records, athlete-rapists, etc. They idolize scum, instead of people like Dr. Ben Carson, or Chief Justice Thomas.

    Jonathan E. Grant on July 14, 2013 at 3:41 pm

    Why thank you sanjay!

    As I’ve pointed out before, sanjay is a “moderation troll.” His position of power (he thinks) is to be in the middle, regardless of the facts, which he doesn’t care about anyway. All he wants to be able to say is, “a pox on both your houses.”

    (Now WHY a supposed Hindu should be espousing an Aristotelian/Christian idea of the virtue of the golden mean is unclear.)

    That’s why our scholar gropes for some way to make us as racist as Martin & his bunch. His solution was to racialize the word “thug.” I don’t think it’s necessarily that sanjay is a racist, it’s just that he needs to assume the middle position–the position of moderation–and this move allows him to do so. Tellingly, he concludes, “I guess race baiters are on both sides.

    He asks:

    Why celebrate this kids death? it is a tragedy on both sides. I feel Bad for Zimmerman and he has the right to a normal life, but both seem to be hot heads and it is a lesson for all.

    But he has no argument for why it is a tragedy that a thug who was intent on killing someone should have been prevented from achieving his intention. He also is “moderate” as between Zimmerman and Martin, as both are “hot heads.” Perhaps, but one hot head was a killer. Somehow that makes a difference to me.

    Remember, sanjay has to feel himself morally superior, even though he’s a dumbass troll who does not stand for anything but merely poses in the middle. So he says:

    “disgusting comments on this site. Just accept the verdict and move on.”

    Yes massa, aiyz gonna do dat.

    skzion on July 14, 2013 at 4:16 pm

      skzion: excellent vivisection of sanjay. You’re the kitchen light that makes the cockroach-trolls scurry.

      DS_ROCKS! on July 14, 2013 at 6:08 pm

        Thanks, buddy.

        skzion on July 14, 2013 at 6:21 pm

Let’s not forget that Zimmerman was a “civil rights activist”, democrat and Barry O voter. Ultimately it didn’t matter, because the hatred of other races by blacks is a taboo issue that no one in the media will discuss. If Zimmerman gets brought up on Federal civil rights charges, then shouldn’t every thug in the Chicago area also be brought up on those charges as well???

Marc on July 14, 2013 at 3:02 pm

Now maybe zimmerman will sue NBC for defamation regarding the edited tape. I watched the talking heads on MSNBC last night and they were frustrated. They looked like they woukd explode. Melissa Harris perry and the other nit wits were clearly not happy.

They put on every fool who thought the result was tragic. They hated the jury and the fact it was all women and ONLY six people. They tried to throw out every reason to slap down the verdict. Then they screamed with joy that black America did not riot.

Glen benjamin on July 14, 2013 at 3:50 pm

Trsyvon Martin made his grave and now sleeps in it. That sounds harsh and it is. But it’s the somber truth. He became the victim of himself and the most I can say on his behalf is that I wish he hadn’t necessitated his own demise. Unarguably tragic that a seventeen year lost his life this way.

Sadder and more tragic that the innocent– not just not guilty– neighborhood watchman, Zimmerman, has the rest of his life to live compelled to seek the impossible anonymity he’d need to live in peace.

An interesting case might be made for which of them is better off. Hyperbole? I’m not at all sure.

Young Martin got what he paid for; Zimmerman faces a bleaker than bleak future he did nothing to deserve.

lee of the lower case "l" on July 14, 2013 at 3:50 pm

    lee, in some abstract sense, it’s a tragedy that a 17 year old died like this. But this is not an abstract case, and the death of the very concrete scumbag wannabe killer Martin does not fit into the usual category. I mean, we often will say that it is a particular tragedy that some young-un dies because we think that this person had so many years that were cut short. But the years cut short in Martin’s case mean many crimes, including probably another murder, countless bills for the taxpayer to cover, more mini-trayvans from the likes of Precious, more welfare payments to the minis & the hos. That sort of thing.

    What is wrong with just saying that Martin’s death was, as Martha would say, “a good thing”?

    skzion on July 14, 2013 at 4:53 pm

      sk, I had hoped to make clear that all my sympathy goes to Zimmerman; none to Martin.

      A “good thing” for sure that Martin’s life threatening attack on Zimmerman was stopped cold.

      I understand and respect your view and take great satisfaction in seeing it expressed. My gut feeling is an emphatic “damn right”.

      My lament is that it’s too bad that it’s a “good thing”.

      lee of the lower case "l" on July 14, 2013 at 7:51 pm

        I get it, and I agree.

        skzion on July 14, 2013 at 8:26 pm

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