Skip to comments.Learning from Rachel Jeantel
Posted on 08/03/2013 3:29:49 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
To quote Nancy Pelosi, we can now see what's in the Zimmerman-Martin case "without the fog of the controversy". I think the biggest lesson to be learned was from Rachel Jeantel, a friend of Trayvon Martin that testified at the trial.
Rachel Jeantel has just had her 15 minutes. Predictable packaged responses full of defensive fury were covered very well by Thomas Lifson's AT article. The left has exhausted her value by attacking and chiding all white people about the racist thoughts they have decided we are feeling. They skipped the fact-gathering and evidence stage and went right for the punishment in a fawning and self-righteous defense of someone not really under attack. I have to hand it to libs, they stand by their own and as long as anyone remembers the girl's name, she will be one of their own. Their message regarding Ms. Jeantel is
"You didn't see what you think you saw"
"You didn't hear what you think you heard"
"I'll tell you what you saw and heard"
We hardly ever bother to listen these voices anymore. We shouldn't turn away from this young woman, though, because she illustrates something so clearly. She doesn't live in "another world" as her defenders claim, she lives in a prison.
Ms. Jeantel knows who she is and has a reputation to uphold in her social circle. Like many young people these days, she doesn't realize that her personal tweets that define and characterize her are indelible. Apparently, after The Smoking Gun (TSG) tried to reach some of her twitter followers, someone, perhaps her, thought she should "scrub" her account. This is a fool's errand. TSG listed in its article on June 26 all the tweets she tried to delete. Her language is colorful....
(Excerpt) Read more at americanthinker.com ...
That’s retartet ser.
Man, can’t wait for those “all Obama” fetch the race decked juries of “social justice”. (Sarc off)
The most important thing that can be learned from Rachel Jeantel is the importance of getting an education.
I will have folks in my office who use colloquialisms and I will just say , what does that mean?
And she’ll vote next time.
PROFOUND! Seriously...great article!
That’s a good article. Worth reading it all.
And the importance of being able to decipher cursive! ;)
Several times, in fact.
facts are old school/ feelings is new school law
"If I had a sister, she'd look like Rachel Jeantel."
I imagine someday we will hear from her again, and it won’t be good news.
Bump for reference.
She is a humanoid, nothing more. Already lost because of the choices she, her mother, and the sperm donor that participated in creating her made. Multiply her by one million...ten million...and you have "da new skool" she be talkin' 'bout to Queers Morgan. And the way she talked to him--no fear! No respect! She and her community have been coddled by the Politically Cowered weenie white community for so long, she just knows she is right, even what she said made no sense whatsoever. And Queers, along with the audience, nodding their head in agreement harder and harder the more ridiculous her statements became...
She is the real racist. She wants nothing-nothing to do with anything white, unless she can't escape being subjected to it via viral video, guest star appearance on a black artist's music video, or movie... She will take the (predominately) white man's money through gummint services, live off the (predominately) white man's work and innovation, and tear apart and waste, piece by piece, the material wealth of the producers of society when it all comes crashing down. Then when the golden goose is slaughtered, and all the cheesy poofs and grape drink are gone from the shelves...she still won't know what is going on. But she and her neighbors (if they haven't killed each other already) will know who to blame.
I learned what “whoop azz” is.
Dead people make lousy jurors.
Usually results in a hung jury, since they won't vote. Chicago notwithstanding.