#1 About The Smear Campaign Against Trayvon Martin (1995-2012) ROFL!
03-27-2012, 02:08 AM
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Yeah, all the truth is a smear.
What Everyone Needs To Know About The Smear Campaign Against Trayvon Martin (1995-2012)
Over the last 48 hours, there has been a sustained effort to smear Trayvon Martin, the 17-year old African-American who was shot dead by George Zimmerman a month ago. Martin’s mother, Sybrina Fulton, said, “They killed my son, now they’re trying to kill his reputation.”
Thus far these attacks have fallen into two categories: false and irrelevant. Much of this leaked information seems intended to play into stereotypes about young African-American males. Here’s what everyone should know:
1. Prominent conservative websites published fake photos of Martin. Twitchy, a new website run by prominent conservative blogger Michelle Malkin, promoted a photo — purportedly from Martin’s Facebook page — that shows Martin in saggy pants and flipping the bird. The photo, which spread quickly on conservative websites and Twitter, is intended to paint Martin as a thug. As Twitchy later acknowledged, it is not a photo of Trayvon Martin. (Examiner)
2. The Sanford Police selectively leaked irrelevant, negative information about Martin. The authorities told the Orlando Sentinel this morning that Trayvon was suspended from school for ten days “after being found with an empty marijuana baggie.” There is no evidence that Martin was under the influence of drugs at the time of his death, nor would prior possession of marijuana be a reason for killing him. It’s unclear what the relevance of the leak was, other than to smear Martin. (Orlando Sentinel)
Face it DUmmies. The pix are real, the Facebook is real, and the Twitter is real.
What isn't real are the pictures on MSNBC; the father's many stories about what happened that night (he should pick ONE and stick to it); the "squeaky clean" image the press is creating instead of showing us the pot-smoking, 3-times expelled, violent 6'3'' teenager who spent most of his Twitter feed talking about mj, pussy, and hating his teachers.
And yes, it's all relevant. If it weren't, the family lawyers wouldn't have gone to such great pains to hide it. They wouldn't have given us the pix of "Slimm" at 12, 13 and 14. They wouldn't have made up stories about the expulsion: 1 week, 2 weeks, attendance, administrative reasons, unauthorized location. They wouldn't have failed to tell us George Zimmerman's height (5'9'').
Face it DUmmies, not everyone believes MSNBC. And not everyone believes Trayvon was innocent. The injuries on Zimmerman proved that he could beat the crap out of someone.
Your side started the media war; my only hope is that Zimmerman's side can finish it.
03-27-2012, 04:32 AM
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What I'd like to know is why has his mother filed two different applications with the U.S. Copyright office to copyright Treyon's name and the phrase "Justice for Treyvon"?
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