March 27, 2012 1:41 PM

Media bias on Trayvon - lies, myths, double standards

trayvon-facebook.jpgRush just made an interesting point: Why did it take a month for the Trayvon Martin case to break? Perhaps because the Propaganda Press was so busy with vilifying Rush and conjuring up a Republican "War on Women"?

Gotta stack the crises to make the most from each one. One Alinsky hallmark is that the Left has to keep the populace in chaos and crisis to manipulate them.

And what about no comment from Our Glorious Leader and our Deaprtment of Injustice - which early on decided to let every case of black racism go while actively trying to trump up white hate crimes - on the Black Panthers offering a bounty and forming a posse to find Zimmerman. Is this America at all anymore?

Let's face it: we've been sold a bill of goods on this Trayvon tale. Just click on Drudge's latest links:

'You ain't tell me you swung on a bus driver'...

New details emerge on Trayvon...

Multiple suspensions from school: marijuana, grafitti, 'possession of burglary tool,' jewelry...

NO_LIMIT_N****: Trayvon's TWITTER handle...

House Dems to bring parents to Capitol Hill...

COPS: Zimmerman says Trayvon decked him with one blow, hammered head on sidewalk...

'Suffered broken nose and had injury to back of head'...

Former NAACP leader accuses Sharpton, Jackson of 'exploiting' death...

Mother seeks to trademark dead son's name...

'Cracker' T-shirt hits Florida streets...


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Inconvenient FBI chart for race agitators.

The lies and deception in this case are despicable!

Posted by: Lily | March 27, 2012 2:53 PM

'Rumors abounding, here are facts.'

Posted by: Lily | March 28, 2012 8:25 AM

Pro-life advocate Jill Stanek has a good memory, providing more evidence of the blatant hypocrisy of the Left in this case.

Posted by: Lily | March 28, 2012 8:51 AM

I realize that I'm a little late on this comment. Life has been busy these past two weeks, and I'm just getting caught up on some of my reading. I have to say that I'm pretty disappointed by your posts on the Trayvon Martin case. As a white mom of a black little boy, the case does frighten me. We have come very far in America, but we still have further to go. A black child should not be considered suspicious just by walking home unarmed. Was Trayvon a perfect kid? Nope. Did he deserve to die? No! George Zimmerman was told to let the police handle it, yet he continued to pursue Trayvon. Even IF Trayvon was guilty of something, the police would have arrested him and taken care of it and he would still be alive today. There are so many facts still out on this one, and I'm not going to argue through all of the points of the case, but I think that at the least, this situation should be seen as the sad taking of a young life, especially by the pro-life community. We are all part of one race - the human race - and we need to stand up for each other and for justice.

Posted by: Missy @ findingbrightspots | April 7, 2012 11:14 AM

Missy - I have taken no position on the guilt or innocence of Zimmerman. I have, however condemned the media for showing us pictures of Trayvon when he was 12 years old rather than 17, and also for the race baiters who are trying to stir up division.

Most blacks are killed by other blacks. And I'd really like to know where is the outrage when it's black on white crime - particularly multiple blacks beating and sometimes murdering the elderly and the innocent?

Recent examples:,, and - just for a few recent examples.

If I were the mother of a black son, I'd tell him to always be the best he can be and not to give the wrong impression. Even Jesse Jackson has said that he would cross the street if he saw a group of black teen boys headed in his direction.

Posted by: Barbara | April 7, 2012 7:26 PM

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