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Why Did The Obama Administration "Organize And Manage" Protests Against George Zimmerman?

Why Did The Obama Administration "Organize And Manage" Protests Against George Zimmerman?

By Michael Snyder | July 10th, 2013

Is the Obama administration at least partially responsible for turning the George Zimmerman trial into such a huge national spectacle? Judicial Watch has obtained documents which prove that the Community Relations Service, a division of the Department of Justice, was sent to Sanford, Florida in late March 2012 “to help organize and manage rallies and protests against George Zimmerman“. This included spending quite a bit of money, arranging meetings between the NAACP and local leaders, and providing police escorts for protesters. Someone needs to ask Obama why the federal government was doing this. A story that should have never made national headlines now threatens to unleash a firestorm of racial fury unlike anything we have seen since the Rodney King verdict. One young man, a neighborhood watch captain, shot and killed another young man. This kind of thing happens in American cities every single night. George Zimmerman says that he did it in self-defense. He should be allowed to have his day in court and that should be the end of the matter. But instead, this thing has been hyped into a massive national spectacle and it is being used to divide us along racial lines. And it appears that we have clear evidence that the Obama administration was involved in doing the hyping.

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Linda Cross's picture

The Answer: gun control and citizen control

Post written by Floridian to answer this post: http://www.dailypaul.com/292162/stand-your-ground

If you see something, say something, the government is listening.
Silence isn't golden, it's yellow.

My question

is who are the additional police and DHS tanks going to protect? The people who "riot" or the property owners?

If the DOJ can send people to manage the "protests" wouldn't it make sense to find out first who has the ear of law enforcement?

If I lived in Sanford, I'd inform the new police chief, who is going door to door, that if any of these "protesters" think they can damage my property, set fire to my property or endanger my family, I have the ability to defend my property and my family.

Has anyone else gone to Judicial Watch and checked

their orginal story and found the evidence suggestive yet a far cry from convincing?

I see this story is all over the alternative news outlets but there doesn't seem to be enough substance to warrant all the attention.


This is a state matter. Where is the authority for the federal government (DOJ) to involve itself in state business?

We're thinking along separate lines

I'm talking about journalistic integrity, that's all. I found Judicial Watch's article lacking.

meekandmild's picture

County Sheriff Can Bust Big Bro

County sheriffs in Wyoming have scored a big one for the 10th Amendment and states rights. The sheriffs slapped a federal intrusion upside the head and are insisting that all federal law enforcement officers and personnel from federal regulatory agencies must clear all their activity in a Wyoming County with the Sheriff’s Office. Deja vu for those who remember big Richard Mack in Arizona.

Bighorn County Sheriff Dave Mattis spoke at a press conference following a recent U.S. District Court decision (Case No. 2:96-cv-099-J (2006)) and announced that all federal officials are forbidden to enter his county without his prior approval ......

"If a sheriff doesn’t want the Feds in his county he has the constitutional right and power to keep them out, or ask them to leave, or retain them in custody."


robot999's picture

Continuation of the Divide and Conquer strategy


"Government is the entertainment division of the military-industrial complex". - Frank Zappa

ecorob's picture

Because the "gubbermint's" MO...

is to divide the people, keep them divided at all costs.

Its also why they killed our leaders, the one's who united the people.

the jfk's (50 year anniversary later this year) the mlk's, the rfk's
et cetera repeat around the world...

Why do you continue to ask why?

Why are my letters jumbled?

its 'cos I owe ya, my young friend...
Rockin' the FREE world in Tennessee since 1957!
9/11 Truth.

Pent up racial hatred

The trial verdict may uncork the bottle similar to Rodney King. There has been a number of "black on white" crimes involving murder since the Martin/Zimmerman event, but not a peep in the national media about any of them. Institutionalized "white guilt" in the national media is going to get real dangerous. We'll see how dangerous when the FL court acquits Zimmerman. I really think this will happen because if Zimmerman was as full of as much hate, rage and spite as the prosecutor wishes why did he only fire one shot, instead of unloading his clip? I'm seeing restraint on the part of Zimmerman, especially since he wasn't brandishing his holstered weapon. Seems like the gun never entered the equation until Martin spotted it on Zimmerman. Just my take, I'm sure others will disagree.


The question is

who are the extra police and DHS tanks going to protect? The rioters or the property owners?

Divide & Conquer.


Never... Never...

"Never Let An Opportunity Go To Waste"

http://youtu.be/hrnND0iTfjo (Knowledge is Freedom)
http://donttreadonliberty.org (Knowledge is Freedom)




It would only make sense that such is the case. How else would he get the people distracted?

Promises of free cell phones can only last for so long, and the other notable staple handouts are fast running out, or otherwise, are coming to an end.

Polarization looks to be the end point.