After selectively editing George Zimmerman to look racist in front of the entire country, and then following that abomination up with a whitewash investigation, NBC News is now reporting that overthe course of seven calls to police George Zimmerman made between August 2011 and February 2012, there was no racism:
In the seven phone calls that George Zimmerman made to the Sanford, Fla., non-emergency police line between August 2011 and February 2012, he never mentioned the race of a person he deemed suspicious before he was asked.
According to the report by NBC News, the volunteer neighborhood watchman sounded calm on the phone when he described the men.
NBC News adds:
Zimmerman mentioned race only when the dispatcher asked him to specify, a fact that could bode well for the 28-year-old who has come under fire for shooting the unarmed black teenager in his gated community.
Gee, ya' think, employer of Al Sharpton?
The release of this new information does invite a question or two: Will this story lead all the NBC News broadcasts? Will this new information get as much play and viral-osity in the rest of the corrupt media as did the maliciously edited 911 tape created by a "senior" producer who will not be named and who still has a job?
Will CNN and ABC, whose malicious behavior has been almost as bad, make this new information as big of a story as the false stories they ran?
It may turn out that George Zimmerman did commit a crime the night he allegedly shot Trayvon Martin, but one thing's for sure whichever way this shakes out -- he has been the victim of a media-driven, high-tech lynching.
In fact, our country has been victimized by this, as the media's lies and half-baked stories have only served to falsely inflame racial tensions. Which of course is the whole idea. Obama's on the bubble, Florida's a crucial swing state, and nothing gets the base out like phony outrage.
There is good news, though. If it does turn out that Zimmerman's not racist, all this "white Hispanic" nonsense will finally come to an end.