George Zimmerman’s attorney, Mark O’Mara, is absolutely killing it in his closing argument, providing a point by point explanation of what happened the night that Trayvon Martin was killed, and highlighting the endless number of ways that the jury must find a reasonable doubt. The state’s case is ridiculous, which you would expect since it should not have been brought in the first place and would not have been brought if it weren’t for race hucksters, including it’s disgusting to say, our so-called President.
Having said that, I am not predicting an acquittal. An acquittal would be what the evidence and justice demands. A conviction would be a victory for race-based justice, the gutlessness of public official in the face of a mob inflamed by the race industry in the person of Al Sharpton and friends, helpfully enabled by Eric Holder’s racialist Department of “Justice” that is on the record as believing that only certain people’s civil rights deserve enforcing, and of course by the current occupant squatting in the Oval Office by virtue of affirmative action.
A couple of weeks ago on the show, our guest Taleeb Starkes, author of the book whose title I wouldn’t say, predicted that Mr. Zimmerman would be sacrificed because black people burn things when they don’t like jury verdicts, and we know that the local authorities fear just that.
In my experience, juries take their responsibilities very seriously, and we can only hope that will be the case here.