Most Americans desire a fair and just outcome of this tragedy. But, Lord help us if the evidence proves Zimmerman to be innocent. If Zimmerman is ruled not-guilty and allowed to walk, I foresee Rodney King-type riots in the streets. Thus, is Zimmerman’s fate already sealed? Will a jury decide Zimmerman must be declared guilty of something?
While Al Sharpton, New Black Panthers and all of the other racist race-hustling usual suspects clamor for justice for Trayvon Martin, I wonder if justice is even possible for George Zimmerman.
Will political correctness ensure that Zimmerman be found guilty of something regardless of the evidence?
Tragically and frighteningly, we live in a time in which the law and truth appears to be losing relevance in America.
For example. Clearly, the individual mandate in Obamacare is unconstitutional. And yet, Obama believes he can bully the Supreme Court to rule in his favor because “he” believes the mandate is a good thing. Ponder that folks, the president is pressuring U.S. Supreme Court justices to bend the truth and the law to suit his desires. Obama, the president who would be King.
For years, Democrats have been trying to abort the thorn-in-the-side stumbling block to their socialistic agenda known as the U.S. Constitution. Who could have imagined deceiving the American people into putting a black Trojan Horse extreme left liberal into the Oval Office would “Git-r-done”?
If Obama successfully forces U.S. Supreme Court justices to succumb to his politically correct interpretation of the law and rule Obamacare constitutional, setting such a precedence could mean so-called “white Hispanic” George Zimmerman is toast. It would mean facts, truth and the law are no longer relevant — only what the people/mob want rules the day.
Regardless if the evidence proves otherwise, Zimmerman will be found guilty of “something” to avoid riots in the streets. We are talking political correctness on steroids.
Folks, I am not saying Zimmerman is innocent. I do not know. I am simply saying in these morally bankrupt times in which we live, I am concerned that facts and truth are becoming irrelevant.
He’s got more and it’s worth your time.
I’m continuously amazed at the positions some are taking on this tragedy.
One person I know seems to be basing their entire perspective on the basis of the loss felt by Trayvon’s parents. Time and again, their opinions are prefaced with comments about how they would be feeling if their child had been Trayvon. An understandable position from a myopic perspective as I’m absolutley positive that the loss is painfully unbearable.
But what if their child was George Zimmerman? How might they then be feeling about it all?
Differently I would hope as I’m sure the presumption of Zimmerman’s guilt would likely then be replaced by a presumption of innocence that any decent and God fearing parent would have about their own. And I guess that’s the point of my bemusement as to their perspective. Zimmerman too has parents. Zimmerman’s parents are watching their child be described by the media and by those with an agenda as a person they know he is not. Zimmerman’s parents are watching their son’s life turn upside down and know that things will never again be the same for him or for themselves.
Will justice be served in all this?
I know and trust truth will win out in the end, I hope simply that it wins out in the here and now. The circumstances however are such that this is highly in doubt.