Obama’s WH issues Official Statement on Zimmerman Verdict

March 23, 2012 - Obama injects himself into the Trayvon Martin controversy

March 23, 2012 – Obama injects himself into the Trayvon Martin controversy

White House reluctantly forced to concede:

“We’re a Nation of Laws, and a Jury has spoken”

In response to post verdict NAACP calls for  DOJ “Civil Rights” charges to be laid against Zimmerman, the White House was forced to issue a formal statement on the Zimmerman “Not Guilty” verdict – carefully parsing their words, declaring “a jury has spoken” – but in a concession to the Julison Scheme Team narrative, again erroneously – and deliberately – referring to the muscular, fully grown Trayvon Martin as a “young son”.

“I know this case has elicited strong passions.  And in the wake of the verdict, I know those passions may be running even higher,” he continued. “But we are a nation of laws, and a jury has spoken.  I now ask every American to respect the call for calm reflection from two parents who lost their young son.

“We’re a Nation of Laws, A Jury has spoken”.

On March 23, 2012 in a now infamous and highly scripted and choreographed Press Conference, Barack Obama seized the opportunity to inject race and perceived disparity into the inflammatory Trayvon Martin shooting inquiry, referring to the 17 year old and very muscular Martin as a “boy“, further advancing the Julison/Scheme Team Narrative.

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“If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon”

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25 Responses to Obama’s WH issues Official Statement on Zimmerman Verdict

  1. Mr. Izz says:

    This is all about race. Mr. President, did you read the facts of the case, did you look into the character of Trayvon, did you look into the character of George, or are you just trying to avoid riots from people who grovel at your feet and hang on every word? George helped his community, tutored young black males, used is spare time to speak out for those who couldn’t, and went out of his way to help his neighbors. George was a contributor to society, but won’t be anymore. In addition, many people will shy away from helping now.

    Travyon was into drugs, lean, violence, and weapons. He was doing this at the ages of 16 and 17. He was being protected from being arrested because he was black. He was causing pain to others he came into contact with. He wasn’t going to school anymore and didn’t care about missing 50+ days of school. How was Trayvon contributing to his community? He was on his way to becoming just another statistic of violence/drugs/etc. Mr. President, be a part of the solution and not a part of the problem. Do you want black on black violence to stop? Do you want race relations to improve? You need to do something besides saying Trayvon should be honored. You need to do something besides asking for calm. You need to do more than provide and encourage racial tension. You need to be the President of the United States, not the President of African Americans.

    (tried to post this earlier…. I think it went to spam, lol)

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  2. Sentenza says:

    Every aspect of Trayvon Martin case should be investigated?

    So, does that start with Angela Corey?

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  3. Be Ge says:

    It starts with Obama and Eric Holder.

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  4. justfactsplz says:

    Mr. President, WE THE PEOPLE have spoken and will continue to speak out against political corruption.

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  5. Frankly, now that I know so much about TM’s background and his double life as a thief, leaner, smoker, fighter, dealer, gangsta and “no_limit_ni66a” I can see why O’bama thought that TM could have been HIS son.

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    • Judy says:

      I agree that O thought if he had a son he’d look like TM…..probably a truth that slipped through his lyin’ lips and it’s just nice to observe the connection he felt with that spirit! :(

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  6. Wizzum says:

    This is real racism and properly dealt with. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-07-13/goldman-banker-knocked-out-screaming-racial-slurs-serious-condition
    I hope Mr. Reddish walks free.

    Moderators, if I have crossed any lines please delete.

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    • jello333 says:

      Wait, what? Am I understanding you correctly? Yes, the white guy is apparently racist. But are you saying that the black guy responding to WORDS by punching the other guy in the face, sending him to the hospital in serious condition, is a good thing? It was “properly dealt with”? Please tell me that’s not what you’re trying to say. :shock:

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  7. dan copper says:

    Normally I don’t consider myself to be a racist, BUT when 90% of blacks
    vote Democrat and support Amnesty for millions of Mexican illegals that
    take their jobs and force them out of their communities. Well that’s a
    special kind of stupid.

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  8. czarowniczy says:

    There’s race and there’s race. To the Obama’s and their remoras race is a positive thing, La Raza in a black American concept, peoples who’ve persevered in spite of over 400 years of oppression and socioeconomic isolation and now are poised to give the Blue-eyed Devil what fo’. Race, in their eyes as applied to others not under their Big Tent, is the practice of the aforementioned 400 years of etc etc etc. He came into office oozing goodness, light and malice towards none but just couldn’t hold that mask in place long enough to enact his cultural coup. I’ll believe that he won’t launch his flying legal monkeys about the time the next prez says ‘I Do’, until then I’ll sleep with one eye open. I feel he looks upon non-black supporters, at best, as useful fools and those who disagree with him as straight up enemies, just as the 60′s Black Panthers did groups such as the Weatherfools. We’ve had over four years to watch him carve his devious path and I believe he’ll continue to do so until a tornado drops a house on him.

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  9. recoverydotgod says:

    All for votes, looks like to me.

    What Progressives Like Van Jones Want In Next Term
    November 12, 2012

    http://www.npr.org/2012/11/12/164962537/what-progressives-like-van-jones-want-in-next-term

    -snip-

    JONES: Well, you know, the progressive movement is bigger than just Occupy. Occupy is very important, but let’s look at other organizations that haven’t gotten the same level of media attention. The NAACP put a million extra black votes into play….

    The progressive coalition is a big coalition. It’s bigger than just Occupy Wall Street, as important as Occupy is, and many of the young people, frankly, who were involved in Occupy got involved with the Dream Defenders down in Florida and that produced a very large youth turnout, much bigger than expected, which helped to carry Florida.

    -Snip-

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  10. LetJusticePrevail" says:

    Once again “Teh One” has offered his tacit approval of the felonious attack on George Zimmerman by Trayvon Martin and, once again, the US Press has failed to ask him to answer the “hard questions” about that attack. Rather, they choose to allow him to shift the burden off of the feral teen, and the parental, educational and legal systems that failed him so miserably. There will never be any progress made in the mending of the “racial divide” until these realities are honestly addressed.

    Knowing the (lack of) reaction by the press, I have to wonder how many incidents of racially motivated black on white crime will be misreported in the ongoing cover up of this growing problem?

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  11. Katrisha says:

    In order for people to digest their super sized helping of Zimmerman’s A Racist without heartburn, they need to–and seem to do so quite adeptly–completely gloss over/ignore the facts that TM assaulted GZ. When outrage is prefaced with the party-line quip, “an innocent teenage African American boy, armed only with tea and a bag of Skittles, was profiled and stalked and hunted down on his way home, gunned down by a racist wannabe cop,” the argument is already factually flawed because it ignores TM’s culpability, namely his attack on Mr. Zimmerman. One cannot presume a moral high ground when claiming civil rights injustices if in order to get there, they must first ignore an obvious assault.

    This case may have had more merit for the race baitors had GZ never been pummeled. Hard to claim martyr status when you weren’t completely innocent.

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  12. stygmata says:

    I believe that the real public service message is crystal clear, but not necessarily embraced by the chattering class. Note to all thugs and potential thugs: That soft, creepy-ass cracker that you contemplate mugging just MAY be armed and prepared to protect himself.

    This isn’t going down well amongst the professional victim class…

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  13. Dave b in AZ says:

    Never thought I’d see the day when minority on minority violence would be considered racist.

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  14. R_not says:

    malignant narcissists think they are above the law and ovomit is trying mightily to assert just that in his speech. To even think that because a person is black that it is ok to behave poorly, as Trayvon constantly did in his short life, is not ok. To think that all a people has to do is turn to mob violence or constant trials to finally find a judge/jury that will find Zimmerman guilty is not the American way. But it is ovomit’s way and he is trying to make that the way of our lands – basically to make our lands just like the turdworld country that he is from.

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