Profiling v. Portraiture

George ZimmermanGeorge Zimmerman, the “White Hispanic” who fatally shot the Black Trayvon Martin seems to be more a construct of the Lamestream Media than a person. At least, the Liberal propaganda outlets have gone to great and unethical lengths to paint a picture of Mr. Zimmerman that doesn’t bear any more resemblance to the objective truth than Mr. Zimmerman does to the stereotypical White.

Worse, they media painted Zimmerman with broad strokes and a limited pallet of colors.

We all know that, in the minds of the Lamestream Media, the color of racism is White. This explains their “mistake” about Zimmerman’s ethnicity and the lengths they went to in order to justify it. It also completely proven now that the colors of truth and ethics aren’t in NBC’s crayon box.

Take for example the Today show piece thatcarefully abridged the conversation between George Zimmerman and a 911 dispatcher in the moments before the shooting of Trayvon Martin:

Zimmerman: This guy looks like hes up to no good. He looks Black.

That’s they told America and that’s what most people heard and believed. That George Zimmerman was a bigot and engaged in racial profiling was set in their minds as fact.

Of course it was a pernicious, race-baiting lie. The unexpurgated transcript of Zimmerman’s exchange with the dispatcher shows something quite different, the truth:

Zimmerman: This guy looks like hes up to no good. Or hes on drugs or something. Its raining and hes just walking around, looking about.

Dispatcher: OK, and this guy is he Black, White or Hispanic?

Zimmerman: He looks Black.

The truth was that Zimmerman was responding to direct question by the dispatcher about the suspect’s race. As such, there is no evidence that he was engaged in racial profiling, especially since all he actually mentioned was Martin’s apparent behavior.

That wouldn’t fit into the picture NBC was trying to paint though, so they “retouched” it as it were, sort of like photoshopping a model or celebrity to erase those unsightly truths.

Profiling v. Portraiture – society and history will have to decide which is worse when it comes to how the Lamestream Media has painted George Zimmerman and, given the silence of the law, what reprisals we, the People must take upon their organizations and personnel.

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2 Responses to “Profiling v. Portraiture”

  1. Paradigm Says:

    I noticed a similar thing on public TV here. Dispatcher’s “ok, we don’t need you to do that” was translated to “don’t do that”. Anyone who doesn’t understand English will think he ignored direct instructions. They also claimed that the majority of Republicans in Alabama are opposed to interracial marriage. It’s amazing how people swallow such unbelievable stories.

  2. jonolan Says:

    Well, when one is striving to paint a very specific picture and reality doesn’t supply you with the right “brushes,” you have to improvise.

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