This shirt is apparently indicative of attitudes among some court watchers in Florida as the jury deliberates the fate of George Zimmerman:
This is the attitude of the Al Sharptons and Jesse Jacksons of the world. Facts don’t matter. A jury verdict doesn’t matter. Only the decision of the mob.
Twitchy has done a great job of preserving the tweets of various people as they make death threats and promise to riot after the verdict is returned. You can see those here.
And Toure’, the one-name race-baiter from MSNBC, joined Melissa Harris-Perry in claiming that the predictions of race riots by Bill O’Reilly and others was another iteration of the same racial profiling that motivated Zimmerman to approach Trayvon Martin.
I don’t recall any facts placed into evidence that proved Zimmerman racially profiled Trayvon Martin. But then facts don’t matter.
Facts don’t matter because NBC, which owns MSNBC, is the same network that blatantly doctored the 9-1-1 call between Zimmerman and the Sanford Police Department, removing the 9-1-1 operator’s question to Zimmerman whether the suspect was “white, black or hispanic” leaving their moron viewers to conclude that Zimmerman profiled and offered up to the police that Martin was black.
Again, facts don’t matter.
Only the mainstream media’s narrative.
This is mob rule.
This is a insidious disregard of the rule of law.
No one except the jury, the judge, the parties and, perhaps, family members, sat throughout the trial and heard all of the evidence. The jury is the one body that gets to decide guilt or innocence.
Those who refuse to accept that verdict would rather be ruled by the mob.
Even though I didn’t accept the verdict in the O. J. Simpson trial, I don’t recall ever thinking to myself that the only recourse I had was to go out and riot, breaking into the homes and businesses of complete strangers and looting them of their private property.
But somehow that was the predictable result now and the expected result today.
Who is the blame for this sorry state of affairs?
The race baiters.
Those who believe that any perceived injustice can only be corrected by rioting.
Oh, and Barack Obama, you were among the first: “You know, if I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon.”
You’ve brought the hood to the White House and I find it despicable.