Just the opposite. The Pittsburgh branch of the black lynch mob couldn't wait until today...
Trayvon protesters descend upon mayors home
The progressive left in this country, with a heavy assist from the national media, are working hard to exploit the outcome of the George Zimmerman trial for political gain.
But did they go too far in Pittsburgh when activists descended upon the mayors home?
With a mid-term election next year and black voter turnout critical to any hopes of regaining control of the House, there is a lot at stake.
Mimicking what is happening in Florida, activists in the Steel City set upon the mayors office Wednesday with a list of demands to end to the criminalization of black people, black bodies and the black community, as reported by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
And, just as in Florida, the group is targeting that states version of the Stand Your Ground law, demanding that it be denounced by city resolution.
After being denied entry into the mayors office, the protesters began a sit-in until the mayor responded to their demands, eventually sleeping overnight in a hall outside the office, according to local blog Pittsburgh City Paper.
Lacking the resolve of their brethren in the Sunshine State, whove occupied the governors office there since Tuesday, the group pulled up stakes at 6:00 a.m. Thursday morning and in the best traditions of organized labor, set their sites on the mayors home.
They arrived bright and early, knocking on his door. The mayor was reported to be home, but did not answer. The activists taped a notice on his door that read black bodies are precious, and planted protest signs with individual demands across his property, the local CBS affiliate reported.
Like much of the east, Pittsburgh has been under a blanket of heat and humidity. Sitting in front of the mayor's home in 90 degree heat got old rather quickly.