Skip to comments.What if George Zimmerman had a more hispanic sounding name?
Posted on 03/25/2012 6:25:03 PM PDT by Halfmanhalfamazing
How much you want to bet that if "George Zimmerman" were instead "Pedro Zimmerman", or even how about "Pedro Hernandez". If he were Juan Gonzales, or Joze Bustamonte, Carlos Rodriguez, or Eduardo Garcia.......
There's no way the media could do the race baiting that they're getting away with now.
Everybody knows only white people can be racist. *SARCASM*
I hate this media.
And white reporters are the worst offenders.
No one has linked to any hispanic thoughts on this contrived pos story.
“There’s no way the media could do the race baiting that they’re getting away with now.”
Remember the black-on-white here in Baltimore last year?
That made a good deal of news (but no protests/riots).
Probably mainly because the “white” was a transexual/homo. If she was a regular boring white person, only us locals might’ve heard something on the nightly news that night only.
Oh, the webs liberals weave.
Jorge Zimmerman? hmmm...
His first name might be Jorge. My brother in law has an employee who is Hispanic and his name is Jorge but he tells people to call him George(That it’s easier for people to pronounce)
I submit: Zimmerman Telegram Esq.
There is lots of Zimmermans in my Hispanic home country of Paraguay. At least since the end of WWII.
How about “Ricky Ricardo”?
Is that the suit guy or The Most Interesting Man In The World-beer guy?
In Spanish, “George Zimmerman” is “Jorge Carpintero.”
That is George Zimmer, man!
Then La Raza wouldn’t have had this statement:
“The death of Trayvon Martin, an unarmed African American teenager who was fatally shot by a neighborhood watch member in a gated community outside Orlando, FL, remains an unresolved and disturbing incident. The lack of action from the police—despite mounting evidence that the findings of their initial and unconscionably cursory investigation are incorrect—has led to national outrage, online petitions with thousands of signatures, national mobilizations, and a Department of Justice investigation...”
They’d have probably had to instead show some concern about an Hispanic being railroaded ...
"My son what have you done?"
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What if Trayvon had gold teeth and tattoos?
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