By Guest Writer Greg Lewis
Among the things that stand out for me about how the Zimmerman/Martin event has played out are these:
First, it's hard to believe that even as hardened and determined a Special Prosecutor as Angela Corey is not swayed by the ugly racial bias that has characterized this case. I'm speaking particularly of the black community's tendency to equate "justice" with Zimmerman's trial and conviction, and if not that, with his death by vigilantism. The fact that Eric Holder and Barack Obama have not so much as mentioned, let alone deplored, the New Black Panther Party's putting a bounty on Zimmerman's head, their saying Zimmerman needs to be taken "dead or alive," is an egregious dereliction of duty.
It appears to me as though Zimmerman has been arrested and charged primarily because of the racially tense atmosphere surrounding the case, as (somehow) a bowing to the forces of racial justice rather than the process of legal justice. Corey's focus on the process of law at the beginning of the press conference at which she announced that Zimmerman had been charged with second degree murder seemed to me to be a case of "methinks the lady doth protest too much."
But beyond that, look at the atmosphere of violence still surrounding the case. With everyone associated in any way with George Zimmerman forced into hiding for fear of their lives because of the threats and the seething violence underlying the case, how in the world could a jury be selected, specifically a jury whose members' every thought and impulse was not colored by the fact that if they found Zimmerman innocent, they too would be subjected to threats on their and their families' lives, that they too would be forced to give up their homes and their lives in order simply to survive.
Because Obama and Holder have allowed this case to become one in which the mob decides the process to be followed and the outcome to be achieved, and because the process and the outcome are so corrupted by this administration's racist, anti-white bias, even the state of Florida's system of justice has been tainted.
It's what Obama and his confederates have led us to, and it is not acceptable in an America that is built and has thrived on the rule of law and not the rule of the mob.
Greg Lewis Ph.D. is the author of The Politics of Anger, which systematically lays out the communist/socialist foundations of the liberal political agenda by examining the important writings of leftist thinkers of the past 75 years.
Lewis also co-authored "End Your Addiction Now : The Proven Nutritional Supplement Program That Can Set You Free."
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