Two White Creeps Spotted in Public Wearing Hoodies and No One Attempts to Shoot at Them

When two white creeps are spotted in public wearing hoodies, no one thinks anything of it.  Nor does anyone attempt to shoot at them.  Now might be a good time to take some harmless pot-shots.  I don’t approve of guns and I think the NRA (Nitwits Ruining America) shouldn’t have any sway over gun laws, as they’re clearly the ones who’ve learned nothing about firearms or gun laws.  The NRA steadfastly maintains, “guns don’t kill people, people kill people.”  Let’s rethink that…  Take the guns out of the hands of irresponsible idiots, and the the former gun-toting nincompoops are reduce to throwing mud and garbage.  Guns do kill people, AND by the way, hoodies do NOT.

Geraldo Rivera is a junk-journalist with a five-day career on day six.  That’s why POX Spews hired him.  Rivera is willing to stoop to any kind of embarrassing remark in the pursuit of ratings.  Take for instance a stupid comment like: “I am urging the parents of black and Latino youngsters particularly not to let their children go out wearing hoodies. I think the hoodie is as much responsible for Trayvon Martin‘s death as much as George Zimmerman was.”  Ahhhh – NO…  George Zimmerman is responsible for Trayvon Martin’s death because he’s an imbecile with a prior record, who’s been allowed to have a gun license.  You will note in the photo above, that Geraldo Rivera, himself an Hispanic, is out in public wearing a hoodie.  He’s sitting next to Bill O’Reilly, a bigot wearing a hoodie.  How that evening ended without O’Reilly not shooting Rivera dead out of pure sportsmanship is nothing short of pure luck.  Or bad aim.

One would think a “seasoned journalist” like Geraldo Rivera would have figured out by now when you say something incredibly stupid on national television, people can hear you.  They hear you say it out loud while they watch your lips moving when you’re saying it.  When people hear you, they absorb what you’ve said and can play it back over and over because you’re being recorded.  We could have been spared this entire moronic dialogue had someone on his camera crew had the presence of mind to seal him off in Al Capone’s tomb when they had the chance.  Shut-up Geraldo.  Just Shut-up.

10 thoughts on “Two White Creeps Spotted in Public Wearing Hoodies and No One Attempts to Shoot at Them

  1. Blame the Hoodie?.Walking while black with a hoodie, punishable by death? Have we come to this? GIVE ME A BREAK. It was raining …. the kid was running …..and being stalked …….and ….SORRY, but we don’t ALL use Totes umbrellas when going to the corner grocery store for a snack. Nor should we risk losing our very lives while doing so! Mr. Rivera: you should be ashamed of your inane, insensitive comments about Trayvon, and your attempts to create “excuses” for the inexcusable actions of judge-jury-and-executioner George Zimmerman (and those that would imitate him). We are becoming a society that seeks and sees threats under every rock; a frightened society that sees danger with every “other” that is not just like us;  a manipulated society with control-freaks running rampant (whether politicians or mayors or police chiefs or individuals). Power-hungry people that are only too eager to take advantage of our fears; that are only too willing to get away with anything and everything that they can, as they deprive us of our our liberty (and sometimes our lives)…..all in the name of defending it. What a shell game. But were it only a game. For it includes the worst provisions of the Patriot Act, the police spying on innocent people, “papers-please” and stop&frisk gone wild, the “right” to indefinitely detain Americans without trial, and out-of-control homicidal vigilantes such as we have tragically seen here. It’s a serious, slippery slope… one that ultimately leads to a police state/Orwellian mentality that is more typical of places such as China or Cuba – NOT the America that I know and love. We USED to stand proud and free, and contrasted our open society to such sorry places. Now we imitate them. Our country is better than this. Our values are better than this. WE are better than this. Don’t blame the hoodie……blame what we are becoming, and allowing, and doing as a society. As Shakespeare once said: the fault is not in our stars, but in ourselves: For we have come to accept things that should NEVER be accepted by a freedom-loving people. It’s time… it’s way past time, to reverse course.

  2. You’ll get no argument from me. I agree with every word you said. AND I’d like to see gun laws made tremendously strengthened to keep them out of hands of people like George Zimmerman – who has a prior record – and an itchy trigger finger. The whole thing eludes me how anyone would react that way.

    I’m a white guy who wears a hoodie all the time. So far, no one has shot at me. Given how opinionated I can be, that in and of itself if a miracle…

    • My K can get really into nnieddfeg something she believes in. She will never set foot in Sea World and rarely visits the zoo. She believes all animals should be free and will let you know. My soon to be Vegan can be very opinionated. I told her stories of when I was her age and had styrofoam banned from Burbank Schools, let her know that if you believe in something you must let others know, make others educated, and not back down if someone doesn’t agree. I so heart the young lady she’s becoming.I’m so for as well Zimmermann 2012. This man I do believe to be a racist (my opinion) should face the consequences of his actions. There are so many facts to show he DID NOT have to shoot this boy. I read the boy saved his father from a fire, got good grades, played sports, and was robbed of the rest of his life. So sad. I really believe that Florida (my opinion again) is the most racist state I’ve been to and I avoid flying into there anymore. I’ve been flying into Georgia because I couldn’t stand all the racism I saw when I did spend some time there.I commend these kids taking a stand for something they believe in and it seems they are doing it peacefully which is something some adults need to see.

    • I agree with your sentiments and beevlie, as the Law and Prophets are summarized, race relations can be dealt with by loving the Lord Our God with all we have and loving our neighbor as ourselves.And because we like to talk text quite a bit, particularly what it meant to the original audience, I’ll push back a little on your use of Eph 2:14ff in this case. In short, this pericope has little to do with racial reconciliation as we talk about it today. Additionally, I don’t beevlie it is referencing all of humanity. Theologically and contextually speaking, Eph 2:11ff has to do with Israel (near) and Pagans (far away). Paul puts all races in one of two groups here: those who are without God (not Israel) and those who are with God (Israel). Thus, the two humanities are 1) Israel and 2) everybody else. I think what Paul is really concerned about is that there is a danger of having a Gentile Christianity not thinking they are now in Israel. There is the battle of remaining hostility, enmity, and fundamental hatred on both sides of the two humanities. That hostility was on display in the fact that those who are near had the commands and regulations whereas those who were far off did not (Paul writes of this same advantage for the near in Romans 9:4-5).Thus, in v.19 we see the reversing of v.12. Because of Christ tearing down the barrier of the Law (which here includes more than just ceremonial aspects; also moral ones), no longer are the Gentile (beevliers) strangers and foreigners but they are fellow-citizens. They are now saints and are of the elect of God in Christ (which were first the Jewish Christians in the early history; i.e. to the Jew first ). So now Gentile Christians are members of Israel (συμπολιται). This is what must be stressed today. All who beevlie in Christ are Israelites, have a Davidic King, are Jews (by being circumcised of heart, not merely of the flesh 2:11), and are true children of Abraham. It is not about humanity in general.I’ll stop there, but I know you like discussing this stuff! Grace be with you -Jr

  3. Excellent observations both.

    Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” law, pushed by the NRA onto a citizenry that was mostly opposed to it, was from the very moment former Gov. Jeb Bush signed the bill into law in 2005 a tragedy waiting to happen. Since it’s implementation, “Stand Your Ground” has resulted in a 3-fold increase in “justifiable homicide” cases in the “Gunshine State” (for those who aren’t aware of it, Florida is officially known as the Sunshine State).

    George Zimmerman was the subject of a domestic violence/threat complaint several years ago. I am not fully aware of the facts of the complaint filed by a woman but apparently he filed a counter-complaint. Somehow the case was resolved & sealed by Court order. Hence, he was eligible to apply for & be granted a Florida gun permit. Ordinarily, being the subject of a domestic violence complaint would disqualify one from obtaining a gun permit & from owning or possessing a firearm for 10 years. Zimmerman also was arrested for battery on a law enforcement officer on one occasion.

    In my opinion, based on 44 years in & around the law enforcement profession, George Zimmerman is a “wannabe” cop who is not qualified to be hired, possibly on personal stability grounds.

    It’s also clearly indicated by the 911 tapes that George Zimmerman was the aggressor in this tragedy; he ignored the request of the 911 Operator to not continue following the “suspect” & to allow the Sanford PD officer who had been dispatched to the scene to handle it upon arrival. Zimmerman left the safety of his vehicle & pursued Trayvon Martin & apparently confronted him. A scuffle ensued. Trayvon’s girl friend was on her cell phone with him at the time (confirmed by cellular records for both her phone & Trayvon’s phone) & has stated that she heard Trayvon say some guy was following him, & then heard him ask that guy (Zimmerman) why he was following him. Then she heard the sounds of a scuffle & the phone disconnected. In my opinion, that confirms Zimmerman as the aggressor & as such it is my opinion that “Stand Your Ground” should not apply & he should not be allowed to hide behind it’s provisions. It will be up to the legal system to make the final determination on that however. I trust that the DOJ inquiry will get to the truth but it certainly seems to me that the Sanford PD dropped the ball to say the least.

    It is a well-known fact, based on research by criminal justice professionals & others that there is an “implicit bias” lurking deep within the psyche of far more of us than we would be comfortable to admit. This “implicit bias” leads whites, including white police officers, to suspect that a young black male driving a flashy luxury car got it with money obtained from drug trafficking or other crimes, while a young white male driving the same type car is a spoiled white kid whose daddy gave him the car. The same is true of the wearing of a “hoodie,” with the “implicit bias” leading to the assumption that the young black male is up to no good while the young white male is probably just a spoiled punk.

    We have a very long way to go in this country if we are to get anywhere close to the ideal of “justice is blind.”

  4. Well said, Nobody. I still can’t believe Geraldo Rivera’s comment, especially when a photo of he and O’Reilly are photographed publicly wearing the “alleged” offending garment. What a moron.

  5. I still find it amazing that ANYONE considers Rivera a “serious” journalist. Didn’t his public embarrassments with Al Capone’s vault and his other “all hype, no results” specials teach anybody anything? He went from ding-bat pseudo-science liberal circus hawker, to Faux Snooze neo-con idiot pundit. And all along the way he has said stupid, ridiculous, almost conspiracy theory factless statements.
    He, like the porcine pustule also seen on Faux, Rush Lardbad, they need to just go away.

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