Let’s Talk Skittles and Zimmerman

Sunday, July 14, 2013
Posted in category guns

What an intelligent and tempered defense of George Zimmerman, by his brother Robert. He keeps Piers Morgan at bay the entire interview. Morgan, like all of the media bozos, can’t seem to drop the skittles portrayal. Additionally, Morgan just can’t get over it that George Zimmerman is composed and stoic, as opposed to not having control over his emotions.

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2 Responses to Let’s Talk Skittles and Zimmerman

  1. Chicago Liberty says:

    July 19th, 2013 at 4:47 pm

    Thanks for bringing this interview to our attention, Karen.

    I want Robert, Jr. to be MY lawyer. What an articulate, CLEAR-thinking guy.

    I only recently began paying attention to this political dog-and-pony show, aka the Zimmerman trial. One thing always seems to lead to another on the internet, and I stumbled across a Thomas Sowell commentary which, in turn, hipped me to a self-published book by Colin Flaherty, “White Girl Bleed a Lot;” an account of recent black youth “flash mob” criminality. (Well worth $5 as a Kindle book.)

    Houston, we have a PROBLEM, and traditional media (and our local politicians) are cynically not reporting it.

    Thanks for having the “ovaries” to take a stand, Karen!

  2. Chicago Liberty says:

    July 19th, 2013 at 5:25 pm

    P.S.

    Piers Morgan is a dishonorable, professional provocateur. From an infoplease.com bio:

    Piers Morgan made a name for himself in the newspaper business in England before becoming a TV star in both the United Kingdom and the United States. His first big break came at the age of 23 at The Sun, where he went to work on the showbiz beat. Morgan became just as big a celebrity as the celebrities he was so cheeky with in interviews, and The Sun’s owner, Rupert Murdoch, made Morgan the editor of his paper News of the World in 1994. Morgan was only 28 years old. He was hired away a year later by The Daily Mirror, where he served as editor until 2004; he was fired for publishing an expose of British soldiers torturing Iraqi prisoners of war, using photos that later turned out to be fake. Once out of the newspaper business, Piers Morgan became a television personality, appearing as a judge on the talent shows America’s Got Talent (2006) and Britain’s Got Talent (2007, with Simon Cowell, launching interview shows in the U.K. and winning the top spot on Donald Trump’s Celebrity Apprentice (2008). Piers Morgan debuted an interview show in the U.S. on CNN in 2011, Piers Morgan Tonight, taking the evening slot once held by Larry King.

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