Skip to comments.Trayvon Martinís brother interning in Rep. Frederica Wilsonís office
Posted on 07/27/2013 2:41:07 AM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Trayvon Martin's brother Jahvaris Fulton steps down after taking the stand during the George Zimmerman trial in Seminole circuit court, July 5, 2013 in Sanford, Florida. Zimmerman is charged with second-degree murder for the February 2012 shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
The brother of Trayvon Martin, whose shooting death by George Zimmerman gained international attention over the past year, is currently serving as an intern for Rep. Frederica Wilson, D-Fla., her office confirmed to NBC News.
A Florida jury found Zimmerman not guilty of a crime in Martins death on July 13.
Martins brother Jahvaris Fulton attends Florida International University in Miami, Fla., according to his Twitter page.
Fulton, who testified in the case against Zimmerman, is interning at the Democratic congresswomans office in Miami Gardens.....
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Frederica is different in a nutty kind of way. Every intelligent move of her to hire an oaf with a name that defies sanity.
So, there really are Black cowboys!
This glitzy cow girl never lets a crisis, a racial crisis go to waste.
At least he doesn’t look like a thug like his half brother.
A true public service would be for someone to tell her how stupid she looks in those tacky hats.
This family has become like the new King family for the low information voter wrapped up into reality tv and celebrity worship.
What a joke ths country is on so many levels. I hope he steals from her. :)
Is the Rep. the Martin family’s new fence for stolen
I hope he does well.
Sometimes a chance is all one needs.
If he wasn’t at the murder scene I don’t know what his testimony in the trial could mean, but if this woman wants to give him a chance I hope he does well with it.
Yes, but is he “articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy”?
There fixed it
That impression could be because business suits don't come with hoodies. At least not yet. Men's Wearhouse could be accused of racism if they don't start to offer that option.
Of course, it might be a fashion challenge to wear a hoodie and a cowboy hat at the same time. Did she get that from a Village People garage sale?
Way to buck the stereotype Frederica! Ha, ha, ha!
I wonder what Saint Trayvon’s half bro will do when obama outlaws internships in America?
How nice they are going Hollyweird here. Well at least this brother is going to college, couldn’t say much for Saint Skittles. Too bad the older brother couldn’t convince Saint Skittles to stay clean. Now is this the brother who tweeted to Saint Skittles about punching the Bus Driver?
You should see the news in Atlanta. Every AA councilwoman wears huge flowers on their lapels and one AA chief of police wears a Dick Tracy hat when he is on tv.
Reminds me of a Native American gathering I went to when I was in my early 20’s. I was so in awe of the beautiful ceremonies and I (stupidly) blurted out, “Look at their costumes!” A very regal Native American, dressed in a three piece suit, calmly and patiently explained to me, “That is their regalia. A costume makes people believe something you are not. Regalia enhances who you are.”
That being said, Miss Glitter Cowboy seems to me to be making a mockery of her office with her costume.
Maybe she can get him in the senate oh wait no black democrats in the senate.
Does he wear his hoodie?
You know whats funny?
People like Wilson think WE dress funny.
A Congo Black Caucus internship is the farm team for the big leagues of grievance mongering.
Next stop: guest hosting on MSLSD.
I think he only testified as to whose voice he thought it was calling for help on the tape.
And perjured himself doing that.
A perfect intern for this “lady”.
And a lot of white guilt members too.
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