While MSNBC’s far-left loon Touré harangues that the right is ramping up racial tensions during jury deliberations of the Zimmerman trial, the far-left is at work ramping up racial tensions during jury deliberations of the Zimmerman trial.
“There’s this expectation of violence from us, which goes back to slavery, that we must keep them under control in any way possible,” Touré said while discussing the Zimmerman trial on the Melissa Harris-Perry show, according to Mediaite.
“They are three-fifths of a human, they are animals, they might explode in violence at any moment…Violence in terms of riots have been used against the black community far more often throughout history than we have used it. So this idea that we’re just going to explode if we don’t get this verdict—that many of us don’t expect to go our way—is absurd and ahistorical and insulting.”
While Touré was busy exercising his gums, an interesting scene was photographed outside the courthouse as the crowd was waiting for a verdict. Alcides Segul from local Fox affiliate channel 14 snapped a pic and tweeted it as follows:
— Alcides Segui FOX 13 (@seguifox13) July 13, 2013
Yep! It’s a moron wearing a T-shirt with George Zimmerman’s face centered in crosshairs depicted on the front. Ah, Maybe he’s not familiar with that “innocent until proved guilty” thing we have going in the United States. He’s probably a nice guy and doesn’t mean anything by it — just unfamiliar with our legal system.
Let’s take a look at the back.
Lee Stranahan from Breitbart News was on hand for the stern view.
Saturday Trayvon Protest 5 @ Seminole County Courthouse http://t.co/QUm4en8kBX
— Lee Stranahan (@Stranahan) July 13, 2013
“Yes sir, creepy ass cracker.” Well, at least he called us “sir,.”
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