We may not have to wait for Zimmerman to be acquitted before the first innocent victims of the racist hysteria happen.
A couple in Sanford, Fla., is afraid for their lives after people posted their home address on Twitter and said it was that of George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch captain who shot dead Trayvon Martin.
The mistake reportedly has forced David and Elaine McClain, a couple in their 70s whose home is about four miles from where Martin was shot, to flee to a hotel.
“My youngest son, his last name is Zimmerman and his middle name is George,” Elaine McClain told ClickOrlando.com, but that’s all they have in common.
Among those retweeting the couple’s address was film director Spike Lee, who has nearly 250,000 followers on Twitter.
This is the same behavior exhibited by CSGV, who it appears first goal is to get innocent people killed out of pure ignorance.
On a similar note this joker got chastised for making a scene in the US House.
Rep. Bobby Rush has donned a hoodie during a speech on the House floor deploring the killing of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin, receiving a reprimand for violating rules on wearing hats in the House chamber.
The Illinois Democrat spoke out against racial profiling and, as he removed his suit coat and pulled the hood on the sweatshirt he was wearing underneath over his head, said that “just because someone wears a hoodie does not make them a hoodlum.”
I’m actually wearing my LL Bean hoodie today. Not to express solidarity with Trayvon Martin whom I believe was shot while attempting to maim or murder George Zimmerman, most likely under in the influence of illegal drugs, but because its fucking cold out.
I agree wearing a hoodie does not make one a hoodlum, but being an Illinois Democrat DOES.
Still Rep. Rush should argue that he’s being racially profiled because nobody said peep when Barny Frank brought his hideous bitch-tits on the house floor.
I’ll close with giving my best wishes to all the Zimmerman families throughout the country, stupid people fueled with hate wish to do bad things, and I hope you all can weather the storm in safety. For George Zimmerman I wonder if he will ever find peace even after his name is cleared in a court of law.