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Friday, April 06, 2012

Poll: Trayvon case shows 'blacks, nonblacks' split

The divide is staggering after three years of The First Black President in American History. This was not in the script.
Fifty-one percent of black poll respondents "strongly believe" that George Zimmerman, who claims he shot Martin in self-defense, is guilty of murder," according to a new Gallup survey on how "blacks [and] nonblacks" view the case. Another 21 percent of black Gallup poll respondents say he is "probably guilty," bringing the total to 72 percent. Just 32 percent of "non-blacks" believe Zimmerman is guilty, with only 11 percent saying they "strongly believe" he is guilty.
For those who are not math majors, almost all black people believe that Martin was murdered and almost no non-black people believe that. It appears that black people are stuck in a time warp where every day is Selma in the 1960s.

What’s equally interesting to me is that the news media’s distortion and lies appears only to have affected the black community, who are apparently ready to believe the narrative of endless and unchanging white racism.

Ground Hog Day is a reality show.

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