The Facts Are Indisputable: It Was Murder

Posted on April 3, 2012 by

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So claimed Miami-area Congresswoman Frederica Wilson in an interview today:

Frederica Wilson, member of the United States ...

Frederica Wilson, member of the United States House of Representatives. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Wilson appeared on an online video program hosted by Miami Herald World Editor John Yearwood. In her appearance, Wilson described racial profiling as a pervasive force in this country, and said she fears for the safety of her black son and three black grandsons.

Of the Martin case, Wilson said, “Oh, definitely Mr. Zimmerman murdered Trayvon Martin …you can tell from the 911 tapes, and from the girlfriend’s conversation. You can tell from Mr. Zimmerman’s past.”

“He murdered Trayvon,” Wilson repeated. “He hunted him down like you hunt a rabbit.”

Somehow, the Congresswoman knows this (and if you’ve ever wondered how Congress can be as dysfunctional as it is, she’s a prime example of what’s wrong). She may not be a “Wise Latina”, but she knows more than the police.

“So you can teach them how to react if they’re followed, if someone is threatening them, or especially how to deal with police,” Wilson said. “There’s a tension between black boys and the police. It’s not a perceived tension, it’s for real.”

“So many people fear black boys, and they despise them,” Wilson continued. “And they don’t know anything about them, but that’s just the way it is. So we have to give our boys tools on how to survive in this country.”

Not that she’s racist, or anything; everyone knows how hard it is for a black boy to survive in this country, after all. Oddly enough, it appears that she had nothing to say in regard to this incident, which occurred over a week ago in the Midway community east of Sanford. A 50-year-old man remains on life support at an Orlando hospital after being yanked from his vehicle, held by one oppressed minority boy, and beaten in the head with a hammer by another oppressed minority boy.

The wise Congresswoman, who knows all about the Trayvon Martin case in Sanford, finds herself strangely speechless when it comes to this – not because she’s racist, or anything. It’s just that So many people fear black boys, and they despise them,” Wilson continued. “And they don’t know anything about them, but that’s just the way it is.

 

 


 

 
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