No, We Are Not All Trayvon


A mural is on display in Florida. It shows a man, supposedly looking like George Zimmerman shooting someone supposedly looking like Trayvon Martin. The artist named it, “We are all Trayvon Martin.”

I have news for her. We are NOT all Trayvon Martin. I have NEVER turned around and started beating on someone because I thought they were gay and therefore must want to rape me. If I had, or anyone else had, you can bet we would have been charged with a hate crime. If Trayvon Martin had lived, would he have been charged with the hate crime?

But it’s interesting how Trayvon’s friend, Rachel said that his concern was that Zimmerman was gay, and yet the media doesn’t even acknowledge the fact that it was TRAYVON who was committing the hate crime. If a gay person was attacked simply because someone thought they were gay, and they shot the attacker, there would be a parade for him and calls from the president congratulating him. But since Zimmerman wasn’t actually gay, apparently it doesn’t matter that he was the one profiled and attacked.

I am so sick and tired of this whole story. The media had to manipulate it in order to make it about race, because that’s what sells nowadays. Race-baiters keep promoting it because that’s what sells for them as well. Now they’re all excited because the race-baiters and gun-haters think they have a common cause to rally behind and attack legal gun owners. Do they really have nothing else productive to do?

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