Trayvon Martin’s Mother At DNC: Thugh Lives Matter.

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Several mothers took the stage at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday night. The mothers that graced the stage were a part of Mothers of the Movement, a group of black women impacted by the loss of their sons, which have prompted serious conversations about the relationship between black people and law enforcement in America.Among the mothers who spoke was Sybrina Fulton, the mother of Trayvon Martin who died in 2012.

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The Democrats still selling the angelic baby mowed down by the racist prick.

Trayvon Martin Young
Because the real Trayvon was a thug not even her mother wanted and had him shipped over his father.

Trayvon-Martin old

Next at the DNC parade: Relatives of the 9/11 Hijackers complaining about how easy is to get pilot training in the U.S.


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  1. You know, I get …
    …that the general public doesn’t know any better, the media lied to them every night on the evening news during the trial.
    …that Trayvon’s mom thinks he’s an angel. He’s her baby.

    But what I find amazing is that somewhere there’s at least one, if not several, DNC strategists who thought to themselves something to the effect of, “let’s make a hero out of this violent thug who tried to murder someone.”

    After all I’ve seen from the Democrats, it shouldn’t amaze me, but it still does.

    • Remember that the only important thing to the DNC is that they can get the black vote angry and motivated. And sadly, anger is the only thing the DNC can really offer black voters at this point.

      It’s not like the media will ever call them out on it- heck, the media is ready, willing, and able to outright propagandize for the goals of the DNC.

      And in order to advance the cause of the DNC, the media will happily report that Treyvon was a little kid shot down in cold blood, that Michael Brown had his hands up- so on and so on.

      • Anger and “free stuff” is all the DNC has ever been able to offer the black communities. Despite the “hand up, not hand-out” rhetoric, [sarcasm] they can’t allow those uppity minorities to gain enough sense of self to start thinking too much. [/sarcasm]

  2. SiGraybeard : July 27, 2016 at 9:41 am

    I can’t help but wonder if Trayvon’s mom had cared this much about him while he was alive, that his life might have turned out differently.

    • I found her speech amusing – and mildly irritating – because of that. Her son was no angel. He was not innocent. Who the Hell is she to stand up there and play the grieving, loving mother when, while he was alive, she was such an incompetent parent that she couldn’t handle him and sent him off to live with his father in another town?

      To her, I’d say, “Sorry, lady. There are no shortcuts to parenting; you abrogated your responsibilities as a parent when you took the easy way out and sent him away. You don’t get to stand there and use your abject failure in order to shame me, remove my rights, or tell me how to live my life. That shame is all on you.”

  3. One thing I find interesting is that none of these “heroes” or “victims” that black lies matter are talking about had productive jobs, or were going to college for a degree, or were contributing to society in any way.

    What was Martin’s job? What was Mike Brown’s job? What was Freddie Gray doing when he got arrested? etc…

    I will actually believe that institutionalized racism exists when I see a white cop shoot a gainfully employed black man for no reason other than his skin color. (And, that care taker in FL does not exactly count as more and more evidence demonstrates that the cop was an abysmal shot.)

    • I will actually believe that institutionalized racism exists when I see a white cop shoot a gainfully employed black man for no reason other than his skin color.

      And gets away with it with nothing more than a slap on the wrist.

      The shooting itself only shows individual racism. Institutional racism requires everyone else in “the system” to support the individual cop.

      RE: that care-giver: I fully expect that cop to face serious consequences for that shoot. If he doesn’t, that still doesn’t prove racism (the cop didn’t shoot the guy because of his skin color) so much as piss-poor firearms handling.

      Piss-poor firearms handling among police officers IS a demonstrable institutional problem and has been for some time, but it’s not racist.

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