Friday, December 06, 2019

More on George Zimmerman’s $100 Million Lawsuit, Impeachment Follies, Mass Strikes in France, and Tucker Carlson Exposing Hedge Fund Mischief at Home

Truth and Consequences

Note: David from Del Mar messaged today, “Your recent pieces on Jean Raspail, Fellowes’ Emma, the Calgary Flames’ Bill Peters, and Jonathan Metzl all caught me by surprise. As an obsessive news junkie, not one of these subjects appeared on my radar, and they’re all important.”

“My main message is to the parents of Trayvon Martin. You know, if I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon.
“And I think they are right to expect that all of us as Americans are going to take this with the seriousness it deserves.”

- President Barack Obama, March 23, 2012

He was characterized by the American media as a pariah - an angry white man who gunned down an innocent black child returning from the store with candy.

President Barack Obama told an eager press corps four weeks after the shooting, “When I think about this boy, I think about my own kids. I think every parent in America should be able to understand why it is imperative that we investigate every aspect of this.”

Little of what circulated before trial was true, and acquitted defendant George Zimmerman is now suing the parents of Trayvon Martin, their attorney Benjamin Crump, and others for $100 million based partly upon sensational new allegations.

While Zimmerman’s life (he survived an attempt on his life in 2015) remains in turmoil more than seven years after the court case, parents Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton are honored multimillionaires.

“History remembers that Zimmerman … shot and killed the then 17-year old in a nighttime drizzle. Known to neighbors as a community watch captain concerned with rising crime, Zimmerman suffered repeated blows before firing his gun in Sanford, Florida, February 26, 2012.

On March 23, President Barack Obama injected himself in to the case, stating, “If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon.”

Furor grew within Florida’s black population, in the media, and on social media sites demanding Zimmerman’s prosecution. George Soros organizations collected more than 2.2 million signatures insisting a special prosecutor consider a variety of charges.

Republican Florida Governor Rick Scott acquiesced.

On April 11, 2012, special counsel Angela Corey signed a warrant for Zimmerman’s arrest, and charged him with murder.

16 months later, on July 13, 2013, after a nationally televised one-week trial, an all-female jury deliberated 16 hours and returned not guilty verdicts on second degree murder and the lesser included charge of manslaughter.

In Florida, criminal cases are contested before six jurors, and in the Zimmerman trial, five jurors were white, and one Hispanic.

Contrary to a widely-held notion, Zimmerman was not defended under Florida’s “stand your ground” laws.

Protests were seen across the country. Los Angeles experienced two nights of assaults and looting:

LA Riots 2013: George Zimmerman protesters riot in Los Angeles, CA

George Zimmerman protesters riot in the Crenshaw District in Los Angeles, California on July 15, 2013 after he was found not guilty of murdering Trayvon Martin...

On July 19, Obama said, “Trayvon could have been me 35 years ago.”

BET’s Rest in Power: The Life of Trayvon Martin remembers the teenager as a veritable All-American boy, much as the American media claimed, interested in science and possessing a limitless future.

But is that true?

We know Martin was suspended from Krop High School at the time of the shooting for the second time in six months. He’d kept burglary tools and bags of stolen jewelry in his locker, but he wasn’t arrested.

On the night in question, he purchased Skittles candy and fruit punch at a nearby convenience store. Mixed with cough syrup, it created a dizzying concoction nicknamed Sizzurp in the black community.

When he encountered Zimmerman, Martin’d taken a meandering path to the condo of his father’s new girlfriend, Brandy Green. Tracy Martin had, in fact, relinquished his parental rights to Trayvon in a Miami courthouse years earlier.

Facebook photos depicted Martin regularly handling cash and guns.

Overseas readers may ask, ‘But surely these details were presented at trial, and in the press?’

Not fully, and when revelations were uncovered, they were delivered piecemeal.

Today the discoveries would likely be described as ‘hate speech.’

Five nights after the verdict, Los Angeles radio host Jesse Lee Peterson angered CNN’s Piers Morgan:

Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson to Piers Morgan: Trayvon a “Thug,” Not an “Innocent Little Kid”

July 18, 2013 - Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson expressed his extreme displeasure on CNN tonight over how the Trayvon Martin case has been covered in the media. He railed against “race hustlers” like Al Sharpton and told Piers Morgan the media is irresponsibly making Martin out to be some kind of “innocent little kid” instead of, in his opinion ...
Sybrina Fulton, a $68,000-per-year employee of Miami-Dade County, was involved in Trayvon’s life on a strictly cursory basis, and it was Tracy’s girlfriends who often parented Trayvon.

With her son’s death, though, Sybrina sprang into action. Within hours, she’d hired a media consulting firm.

On July 20, after Zimmerman’s acquittal, she trademarked her son’s name.

Miami-Dade County administrators granted Sybrina paid leave, and she collected $40,825.

Los Angeles lawyer Gloria Allred advised Sybrina to found The Trayvon Martin Foundation, and money from well-wishers poured in. The musician Prince donated a sizable sum, and Tracy and Sybrina embarked on a tour that even visited Europe.

A frightened homeowners board ponied up a seven-figure settlement.

By 2016, multimillionaires Tracy and Sybrina bathed in the notoriety, and Sybrina appeared on stage at the Democratic National Convention. She was the best known of the “Mothers of the Movement,” and given a standing ovation.

Florida Memorial University celebrated Trayvon with a posthumous degree in Aeronautical Engineering in 2018, with a concentration in Flight Education, adding to the charade.

But back to Zimmerman and the civil suit filed at Bartow, Florida, yesterday, in his own words:

We are All George Zimmerman Now

Most people know my name, George Zimmerman, largely due to negative stereotypes propagated by the media as a result of the 2012 incident in Sanford, Florida, in which Trayvon Martin died.

Yesterday, California Congressman Adam Schiff deferred to New York Congressman Jerry Nadler’s Judiciary Committee to put a bow on the House of Representatives’
Articles of Impeachment.

Professors Noah Feldman from Harvard, Michael Gerhardt from the University of North Carolina, and Pamela Karlan of Stanford provided expert testimony.

In likely his last YouTube video, TruNews’ Rick Wiles offers a recap (you'll have the full picture quickly):

Jerry Nadler’s Goat Rodeo: Rick Wiles Exposes the (censored-censored) to Impeach Trump - YouTube

French President Emmanuel Macron, the former Rothschild banker and media darling who assumed office in May, 2017, may be on the downslope of his time in office.

He’s got millions of newcomers from Arabia and Africa to look after, and that means the productive will have to work more to support France's generous social services.

Their protests are extraordinaire (a fine French word), too:

Mass strikes across France shut down schools and major tourist attractions

Train stations across France were deserted and tourist attractions including the Eiffel Tower were closed Thursday as public sector workers went on strike against planned pension reforms. Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets. CBS News’ Gwen Baumgardner reports.

“Tucker Carlson is delivering the best television journalism in America”: Hedge fund forced Cabela's merger, decimated jobs in Sidney, Nebraska - YouTube


Anonymous said...

The best way for a black son to make his mammy a millionairess is to commit a crime and get himself killed in the ensuing activity--either by cop or private citizen (preferably white).A black killing another black wont make ANYONE'S mammy rich--it has to be a racial thing--or PERCEIVED as a white controlled entity (like police,though that's not the case in many cities anymore).
As they say in the ghetto--"Play the Black Lottery,YOU could become a millionaire!!!"

Anonymous said...

This civil suit could produce unexpected and cataclysmic response from the colored community. Everything they do is based on emotion. W@ait a while and see how they respond to all this.

Treyvons was the All-American boy. The All-American negro boy.

Anonymous said...

Never heard of this Jesse Lee Peterson who tells it like it is.
And clown Piers Morgan, the white man, objects!
Still, I give Zimmerman little chance of succeeding in his lawsuit given the temperament in 2019.
Great article.

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