Minggu, 01 April 2012
NBC News caught of Editing 911 Call in Trayvon Martin case to make Zimmerman look racist in a greater scheme to re-elect Barack Obama
Hollywood Reporter reports critics say the "Today" show attempted to incite racial anger when it cut crucial seconds from audio of a phone call placed by George Zimmerman just before he killed the teenager.
NBC News is being excoriated in some circles � with competitor Fox News Channel leading the charge � for selectively editing audio of the 911 call placed by George Zimmerman just before he killed Trayvon Martin.
The NBC segment in question featured anchor Ron Allen and ran on the Today show on Tuesday. On Thursday, Sean Hannity and guest Brent Bozell played the NBC version of the 911 call and compared it with the unedited version.
In the NBC segment, Zimmerman says: �This guy looks like he�s up to no good. He looks black.�
The full version, though, unfolds like this:
Zimmerman: �This guy looks like he�s up to no good, or he�s on drugs or something. It�s raining and he�s just walking around, looking about.�
911 operator: �Okay. And this guy, is he white black or Hispanic?�
Zimmerman: �He looks black.�
NBC gave Al Sharpton, a certified charlatan and tax dodger his own show as a way to directly key in to the African American community and make sure they turn out in bigger numbers for Barack Obama. Sharpton isn�t a professional journalist; he�s a rabble rouser and race baiter for the Democrat Party. Yet, NBC is so desperate to get Obama re-elected, they hire Sharpton. I have no doubt that NBC like other operatives for the Democrat Party see the Trayvon Martin case as a means to agitate people and work them into a frenzy so they can then harness all that energy for a drive to re-elect Obama. This is already happening on black radio stations across they country. They�re all beating the drums for Obama.
IT�S NOT ABOUT TRAYVON, he�s just a tool to serve a greater purpose. And that purpose is four more years of Obama.
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