Citing Potential “Hate,” Feds and Race Profiteers Descend on Florida

By:  Alex Newman
03/26/2012
       
Citing Potential “Hate,” Feds and Race Profiteers Descend on Florida

As race-hatred profiteers like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson whip up a frenzy of hysteria over a hypothetical racial element to the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin in Florida last month, the Obama administration’s Justice Department is reportedly investigating whether or not shooter George Zimmerman can be federally prosecuted for a “hate crime.” And experts fear the situation is spiraling quickly out of control.

 

As race-hatred profiteers like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson whip up a frenzy of hysteria over a hypothetical racial element to the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin in Florida last month, the Obama administration’s Justice Department is reportedly investigating whether or not shooter George Zimmerman can be federally prosecuted for a “hate crime.” And experts fear the situation is spiraling quickly out of control.

Some observers are even worried a “race war” may erupt as a group of racist blacks — the New Black Panther Party — offered a “bounty” for the “capture” of Zimmerman, who has not been charged with a crime. “An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth,” said New Black Panther leader Mikhail Muhammad during a rally in Florida, leading a group of followers chanting “black power.”
 
"It's time for us, as black men, to take justice in our own hands. If you won't give us justice, we will have to take justice," Muhammad told the crowd. "An eye for an eye. A life for a life."
 
Local officials and law enforcement condemned the incitement to violence and warned that “vigilante justice” could result in criminal charges. But the anti-Semitic black supremacist group has repeatedly called for violence against whites, Jews, and law enforcement. And during the 2008 election, members of the party were caught on film carrying weapons and intimidating voters at polling places.
 
Obama’s Justice Department refused to prosecute the high-profile cases, sparking resignations and accusations of racism within the upper echelons of the administration. But as the media hype surrounding the Florida shooting grows, even President Obama "shamelessly" poured fuel on the fire, further stirring up racial tensions in what critics called highly inappropriate exploitation of the tragedy.

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