Verdict Watch III – The Race-Baiters

Touré Neblett is the idiot son of Al Sharpton.


Touré Blasts Race Riot Predictions: ‘O’Reilly And These Lunatics’ Profiling Black Men As Zimmerman Did Trayvon

During a discussion on the Melissa Harris-Perry show of the much-rumored outbreak of violence following George Zimmerman’s possible acquittal Saturday morning, Touré argued that the predictions of race riots by Bill O’Reilly and others was another iteration of the same racial profiling that motivated Zimmerman to approach Trayvon Martin.

“There’s this expectation of violence from us,” Touré said, “which goes back to slavery, that we must keep them under control in any way possible. They are three-fifths of a human, they are animals, they might explode in violence at any moment…Violence in terms of riots have been used against the black community far more often throughout history than we have used it. So this idea that we’re just going to explode if we don’t get this verdict—that many of us don’t expect to go our way—is absurd and ahistorical and insulting.”

“This is racism,” Touré continued. “This expectation of violence. And this is what George Zimmerman applied to Trayvon Martin in the dark. Well, he surely will be violent! He is planning violence! He’s a burglar, he’s going to get us! I must stop him! And here, [Bill] O’Reilly and these other lunatics come in to say, all of you are the same.”

It’s not like the black community in this country has a history of rioting – justified or not.

The race-baiters like to point out the over-representation of black men in U.S. prisons. My response is simple – Are they guilty? Thousands of young black men are victims of murder and other violent crimes every year. The vast majority of the perpetrators are other young black men.

That is a fact, not an opinion.



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73 Responses to Verdict Watch III – The Race-Baiters

  1. I would say you’re being charitable where Toure is concerned myiq

  2. 1539days says:

    Isn’t Neblett the one who thanked God for abortions. Even animals don’t celebrate the unfortunate deaths of their offspring.

    As for the “predictions” of riots. The police are planning for it. O’Reilly et al. are just talking about that.

  3. driguana says:

    Just spent the last hour watching Grinding America Down and while I don’t follow the biblical line of it, it is pretty frightening to see how connected all of the dots are becoming. This whole trial and the racial divisiveness it is manufacturing is such a key part. Get ready to stand up!

  4. driguana says:

    Been raining all day here in South Florida…dreary oppressive…feels like a hung jury to me…

  5. myiq2xu says:
  6. myiq2xu says:
  7. ….which is usually a jury decision and not often overturned on appeal.
    Not good.

    • myiq2xu says:

      To overturn a jury finding you have to convince an appeals court that no reasonable jury could have reached that verdict – it was unsupported by the evidence.

      But the jury weighs the evidence, so if there are conflicting witnesses the jury gets to decide who to believe.

  8. DeniseVB says:

    This 51-second snip from the South Pacific soundtrack would probably fit better in the last thread, but I know how this posse rolls 😉 It’s powerful lyrics about how prejudice is taught, children aren’t born with it.

  9. votermom says:

    I’m nervous about the manslaughter q

    • lyn says:

      The prosecution is looking cocky.

      • Mary says:

        They shouldn’t. This manslaughter question indicates they’re past 2nd degree murder—which the prosecution failed to prove.
        There’s that, at least.

    • yttik says:

      It could mean anything. Everybody has to agree, so if one person is like, “maybe it was manslaughter,” then they have to discuss it.

      I have no idea what’s going on, but often juries will ask for clarification when they want the judge to explain something to somebody who is being stubborn. It’s not that they didn’t understand the instructions the first time, it’s that one person is arguing about it.

  10. myiq2xu says:
  11. yttik says:

    Off topic, but the Army is apologizing for terrorizing our town with black helicopters and spotlights last night. See, it’s not paranoia if they really are out to get you! The cops are really ticked off because apparently they thought we were being invaded and had to respond to a lot of 911 calls.

  12. myiq2xu says:
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  14. helenk3 says:

    black panthers say backtrack silencing black civil rights leaders like al sharpton.

    there are no words

  15. votermom says:

    • myiq2xu says:

      I remember my first death wish. It was about 1967.

      Mom was really pissed when I burned her new rug.

    • yttik says:

      Good grief! I apologize on behalf of the subhumans that can’t control themselves.

      I haven’t had any death or dismemberment threats since I stopped talking to vile progs. I kid you not, yesterday I was arguing with a genuine racist, sexist, bad tempered, libertarian, and the worse he called me was ma’am. I actually did take offense at that, I’m younger than him 🙂

  16. helenk3 says:

    does anyone find it horrible and sickening the people on a jury doing their duty as citizens have to worry that their decision could cause rioting and maybe injury or death? due to the government interference and the msm ginning up the reports of this case.
    that is one heavy duty worry to put on people

  17. driguana says:

    everything is really mythed up at this point…

  18. helenk3 says:

    some people saying that zimmerman’s injuries were not that bad. ever occur to them that they would have been a lot worse if he had not shot martin?

  19. DandyTiger says:

    Rumor is that the jury is 5 for not guilty and one hold out for manslaughter. Supposedly from someone who knows. Don’t believe it really, but I’m hoping.

  20. helenk3 says:

    off topic

    if you knew how I wanted to kill gophers since I moved into my house and they have destroyed so plants, you would understand how offensive i find this nonsense

    • lyn says:

      In the early 90s, I lost my temp job with the Forest Service because of the spotted owl, but I was able to use my unemployment to pay for another college degree.

      • 1539days says:

        Wasn’t the spotted owl the favorite treat of another, bigger owl?

        • lyn says:

          The barred owl competes for the same habitat as the spotted owl, but it is more resilient to declines in habitat quality because of its broader diet and aggressive nature (FWS).

  21. myiq2xu says:
    • 1539days says:

      My guess is the jurors would come to a verdict faster if they were being beat down in the jury room.

    • Lulu says:

      It is simply astonishing that an adult cannot put themselves in someone else’s place while they being beaten. To think that having your head hit, smashed, punched is no big deal. It reminds me of my one boyfriend who pushed me and then told me it didn’t hurt and was no big deal. A few days later my younger brother and cousins dangled him upside down off a third floor balcony and told him it was just fun and a joke. Never saw the bastard again. It is no big deal until it happens to them.

      • votermom says:

        I like your family. 🙂

      • 1539days says:

        I fell backward and hit my head on the ground as a kid. The fact that I still remember that feeling helps explain why I never was sympathetic toward Martin.

        • mcnorman says:

          You and me both. I got clocked by a swing and hit the ground. Cracked head. That was dirt not concrete and it was a pain I remember to this day. Yup, concrete is a weapon.

        • votermom says:

          Learning to bike, I fell off (without a helmet) onto concrete – hit the side of my head. Had a huge shiner and two red eyes for a week. Dr told me I was lucky I didn’t hit the back of my head.

  22. myiq2xu says:


    I need a nap. I hope the jury doesn’t come back with a verdict until I wake up.

  23. DandyTiger says:

  24. helenk3 says:

    watch a short movie while waiting

  25. votermom says:


    I tried to read The Casual Vacancy and lost interest 1/3rd of the way in. I just didn’t care what would happen to any of the characters.

  26. lyn says:

    There’s a verdict. Well, maybe.

  27. myiq2xu says:
  28. DeniseVB says:

    Binge TBS/BBT now, see ya’s in the morning !

  29. myiq2xu says:

    New thread up!

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