After the Piers Morgan CNN interview of Rachel Jeantel last night, I think we now have a clearer idea of just why Mr. Martin went out of his way to attack George Zimmerman. Rachel Jeantel was speaking with Martin on his cell phone the night the attack against Zimmerman occurred. Listen to her responses to Piers Morgan when he asks why Martin was ‘freaked out’ over Zimmerman. If you patiently make your way through Jeantel’s interview, you will get her personal on-the-scene take as to Martin’s motivation (and in her view, justification) for jumping poor George. And not surprisingly, this pathetic plot seems to boil down to that favorite old-fashioned hetero hazing sport known as gay bashing. According to Ms. Jeantel, Trayvon Martin thought Zimmerman was Gay, so dear little Tray felt quite free to beat the unholy crap out of this guileless guy.
“For every boys or every man, every who’s not that kinda way, see a grown man following them, would they be creep out? So you gotta take as a parent. You tell a child, “You see a grown person follow it you, run away,” and all that.
And people need to understand, he didn’t want that creepy ass cracker going to his father or girlfriend’s house to go get — mind you, his little brother was there.” Rush Limbaugh Show
Apparently, in Jeantel’s way of looking at the world (and according to her, Martin shared her mindset) attacking a man presumed to be gay is fully justified because gay men out on those mean streets after dark must all be rapists. And not only rapists but child predators as well. What Jeantel insinuates is that Trayvon Martin made the assumption that Town Watch George was homosexual and out and about looking for a hookup. And the rest of this sorry-ass story is now Hate Crime history.
Under our present social justice system, Trayvon Martin would be guilty of queer bashing for attacking a man that he assumed was homosexual. But take note, that as the Lefties fuss and fawn all over Rachel Jeantel, these social justice standard bearers are giving this gal a wide berth when it comes to her ignorant, and dare I say, hate-filled, remarks justifying Martin’s violent assault of George Zimmerman.
Eric Holder indeed has a civil rights case to make, but it’s not the one he’s doing his damnedest to manufacture.