Victor Valley Mall Victorville is on lock down because of street thug Trayvon Martin protesters starting up again. I love the local ABC station mentioning how the Victor Valley Mall Victorville because of ‘rowdy crowds.’
Victor Valley Mall in Victorville locked down tonight due to rowdy crowds in area, according to San Bernardino Sheriff's Dept.
— ABC7 Eyewitness News (@ABC7) July 18, 2013
The real reason for the lock down and ‘rowdy crowds’:
Victorville march, in support of Trayvon Martin, gets unruly. Local mall on lock down. http://t.co/VKnkTNKohl
— Rick Sforza (@RickSforza) July 18, 2013
— james quigg (@DPPhotoTeam) July 18, 2013
B*R*E*A*K*I*N*G*~ Trayvon Martin supporters looting mall in Victorville, CA http://t.co/5Vo4AnGMQ6 Lack of education Bad seeds
— Anthony J Barton (@AnthonyJBarton) July 18, 2013
Christian Hoard Senior Editor Rolling Stone: should have drawn a dick on Dzhokhar’s face or something
Christian Hoard is the Senior Editor of Rolling Stone magazine. He tweeted (then deleted like a typical coward) a very insensitive tweet regarding the outrage over the the terrorist appearing on the cover. Christian Hoard tweeted then deleted the following:
I guess we should have drawn a dick on Dzhokhar’s face or something?
Here is a screen capture of the tweet
— Rick G. (@NewEnglandRick) July 18, 2013
So what happens next? Is Rolling Stone and it’s “Senior Editor” Christian Hoard going to claim his Twitter account was hacked? This tweet (and delete) is almost if not as pathetic of a decision as it was to put the terrorist on the magazine in the first place.
Piers Morgan challenged Larry Elder to a debate tonight on his little watched show. Larry Elder accepted Piers Morgan invitation I guess so he could school him on race. The ‘debate’ was awesome. It was the typical arrogance of Piers Morgan against the shear truth of Larry Elder. Morgan came off as not only his usual arrogant self, but also with disdain against the black man. Piers Morgan, like other white liberals disdain of the black man is selective though. Any black man who strays away from the liberal plantation is considered a ‘traitor’ or ‘uncle tom’ by leftists like Morgan.
|Larry Elder schools snotty Brit Piers Morgan|
Erik Wemple and the Washington Post once again prove the point I made in my post about Boston Mayor Tom Menino being pissed off at Rolling Stone magazine for giving Muslim terrorist Dzhokhar Tsarnaev the ‘rockstar’ treatment with a cover on their magazine. Leftists like Erik Wemple and other hacks at the Washington Post always make terrorists out the be the victims. Wemple calls the Rolling Stone cover/story ‘good journalism.’ He claims it shows the bomber (which Wemple calls alleged) in his ‘full humanity.’
Yea, tell that to the families of the people who died or lost limbs because of that Boston Marathon terrorist attack. T
‘Justice for Trayvon’ protesters decided to take over the Florida Capitol building in Tallahassee. So far no violence, but the protesters are hard at work, umm protesting:
Hey hey, ho ho, laying in beds has got to go? No Justice, no sleep?
This is supposed to be a ‘sit-in’ by some left wing group called the “Dream Defenders.” Looks more like a sleep over to me. BTW, don’t these morons realize that Rick Scott is on vacation and no where near Tallahassee?
Lindsey Graham is beyond pitiful. Now he’s suggesting that US athletes boycott the 2014 Winter Olympics in Russia if they grant Edward Snowden asylum. Is Lindsey Graham the bastard child of Jimmy Carter or something?
Leave it to a liberal rag like Rolling Stone magazine to turn Muslim terrorist Dzhokhar Tsarnaev into a ‘rock star’ with a cover on August 3rd’ edition of the ‘magazine.’ It’s rare when I’ll ever agree with a chowderhead Democrat like Boston Mayor Tom Menino, but this time he’s right on the money. Tom Menino fired off a letter to Rolling Stone Magazine’s publisher Jann Wenner complaining about the ‘celebrity treatment’ that Muslim terrorist Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is getting with his disgusting face on the August 3rd edition.
— OutFrontCNN (@OutFrontCNN) July 17, 2013
“Your August 3 cover rewards a terrorist with celebrity treatment. It is ill-conceived, at best, and re-affirms a terrible message that destruction gains fame for killers and their ‘causes’ Menino begins his letter.
I would say boycott Rolling Stone magazine, but i can’t boycott something I’d never pay for in the first place.
Rolling Stone’s pitiful response to the outrage over their cover is they used his image ‘because he’s young.’
Our hearts go out to the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing, and our thoughts are always with them and their families. The cover story we are publishing this week falls within the traditions of journalism and Rolling Stone’s long-standing commitment to serious and thoughtful coverage of the most important political and cultural issues of our day. The fact that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is young, and in the same age group as many of our readers, makes it all the more important for us to examine the complexities of this issue and gain a more complete understanding of how a tragedy like this happens.
Apparently, all the death threats against George Zimmerman and his family from leftists since the acquittal isn’t a serious issue for the Obama regime. Propaganda minister Jay Carney was asked about this today, and if the Obama regime is considered. Jay Carney simply brushed the question off as ‘ridiculous.’ Of course it is. It’s because of Obama, Eric Holder, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and the media that we are in the violent climate we are in. Other media lapdogs at the press conference simply laughed along with Carney.
Here is another fine example of the so called ‘peaceful protests’ that ‘Justice for Trayvon’ thugs have been conducting. In Houston, a grandmother was trying to rush her granddaughter to the hospital. The child had an allergic reaction to a medicine she was taking. ‘Justice for Trayvon’ protesters blocked roadways, impeding the progress of ‘Georgia’ and her granddaughter. As they tried to drive off the side of the road, they got assaulted by ‘peaceful’ black protesters. ‘Georgia’ filed a police report. This should be charged as a hate crime.
|Blacks assault white grandmother in Houston during protests|
Tell us more media about these ‘peaceful’ protests.
Jasmine Rand is a Trayvon Martin family attorney and a hack. After the acquittal, she went on CNN wearing a hoodie to race bait. Last night, Jasmine Rand appear On the Record with Greta Van Susteren. Rand began her interview by proclaiming that just because the jury found Zimmerman not guilty, it didn’t mean it’s innocent. This is the recycled Huffington Post crap that appeared seconds after the verdict was read on Saturday night. Later, Jasmine Rand declared that she has greater duty beyond being an attorney. She says he has to be a social engineer. Yea, this is an attorney speaking those words. Greta Van Susteren who is also an attorney became offended at this and tore into Jasmine Rand. Watch the video below:
|Greta Van Susteren destroys Martin attorney Jasmine Rand who says she has to be a social engineer|
You know who else was a social engineer? Adolf Hitler. Do you really want to be in the company of him Jasmine?
“You’re a lawyer, right?” Van Susteren interjected. “It’s your duty — it’s not mine, it’s not yours, or anybody else — but it’s the jury’s duty to weigh [the evidence]. All of the sudden, suddenly, afterwards you say they can’t do their job?”
“I have a greater duty beyond being an attorney, and that’s to be a social engineer,” Rand responded. “And when the law doesn’t get it right, I believe that we have the right to peacefully, and morally, conscientiously object to the decision of the jury.”
If you’re “deeply disturbed” by Rand’s claim that it’s her job to be a “social engineer,” you’re not alone; Van Susteren is right there with you. The host cautioned Rand, reminding her that many of those who have expressed strong feelings about the outcome of the trial may not have paid very close attention to, you know, that actual trial.
“This social engineering? I don’t know. That’s more like social manipulation,” Van Susteren said. “Justice is presented in a courtroom with both sides having an opportunity. That’s justice.”
“Courtrooms do not always deliver justice,” Rand said. “You’re aware of the civil rights movement.”
“I bet if we put my career up next to yours in terms of yours on civil rights and what we’ve done in a courtroom for poor people, I’ll put my career up against yours any day you want, Jasmine,” Van Susteren responded. “I just don’t criticize juries.”