On March 20th 2012 ABC News, Matt Gutman and Benjamin Crump introduced America to a very specific person. They called her “Dee Dee”.
Dee Dee was said to be a 16-year-old girlfriend, “puppy love girlfriend”, “minor child”, of a notorious headline story surrounding the shooting of Trayvon Martin.
Dee Dee a distraught “girlfriend” who was “on the phone” with Trayvon during his encounter with George Zimmerman. A girlfriend since “kindergarten” who was so emotionally distraught at the shooting she had to be hospitalized during the weekend of the funeral and unable to attend services.
Only there was a slight problem.
There was no “Dee Dee”. She was a complete fabrication – she did not exist. She, as she was described to exist, was a lie.
Everything said about her was totally constructed to sell a narrative and advance a false proposition. The character was constructed by Martin family attorney Benjamin Crump, and journalist Matt Gutman (ABC) sold her story to the world.
Everyone believed it, everyone.
The truth was only discovered, but brutally ignored a year and a half later, during the trial.
Dee Dee was actually Rachel Jeantel. She wasn’t 16, she was 18. She wasn’t a minor, nor was she a “girlfriend since kindergarten”. Trayvon met Rachel on Feb 5th 2012, at her birthday party, and had only known her for 3 weeks. Rachel was never at a hospital, and did not attend the funeral -not because she was sick- but because she barely knew Trayvon.
The Persona of “Dee Dee”, was a total fraud known not only to the Martin Family -who continued the fraud- but also known to the State Prosecutors who were fixated on taking a transparently innocent man to trial. The attorney’s, the prosecutors, and the State of Florida knew it was all a lie. ABC News also knew it was a lie, but they said nothing.
Eventually the motive for her construction became obvious. The character of “DeeDee” became the entire premise behind which George Zimmerman was arrested less than three weeks later. This, despite the fact that local law enforcement was not allowed to speak to, see, interview or even know the identity of this “ear witness” girlfriend. Her construct was then used by various media and grievance advocates to support their contentions.
Again, just to emphasize, Dee Dee was a fictional character. She did not exist. At all.
Yet somehow, because of the media reporting, millions upon millions of interested people bought the entire story and framed their opinions around the portrayal.
So when we say today that “Unaccompanied Alien Children” are figments of the imagination – constructed from various leftist assemblies which needed a cause to champion – you might think that’s too incomprehensible to believe.
But I’ll remind you of how “Dee Dee” was similarly unbelievable, yet believed.
After extensive research we are confident in saying there is no such thing as “thousands of unaccompanied alien children” crossing the border. It’s a total ruse.
Keeping that false story true is also why bus windows, said to be carrying such entities around various facilities, are blacked out. Those buses are not transporting “unaccompanied alien children” to detainment centers. They are transporting illegal alien “families“, which might also contain children, around the country to various staging areas.
“Families” not “Unaccompanied Minors”. Period.
The purpose for selling the false alien child narrative is the same purpose for selling the false construct of “Dee Dee”. Both are tools to achieve a goal. The goal of the former to achieve support for Immigration Reform, the latter to achieve an arrest and subsequent positioning for a wrongful death lawsuit.
Both thoughtful constructs are/were useful fabrications, and both advanced by an ideologically aligned and willing media. Facts be damned:
• The Martin Family extorted almost $2 million from the Homeowners Association before the Zimmerman trail even began.
• The Obama Administration is extorting $3.7 Billion from the U.S. Taxpayers, before the border is even secure.
Both financial demands based on a necessary, albeit false, premise. Both financial demands based on fiction and sold by the media.