Nutty Dick Gregory: Trayvon Martin Was Killed So His Organs Could Be Harvested or Something

Posted by on Mar 27, 2012 at 7:40 am

Stick with it until about the 3:50 mark when the alleged comedian comes up with the insane idea that for some reason Trayvon Martin death was all part of some grand conspiracy to have his organs harvested. I know, why even bother with such nuttiness? Well, a little while ago he was on with Don Imus on the Fox Business Network floating the the same story. He also made the wild claim that 3700 young black men have been murdered this year alone. If there’s any merit to that I’d wager that half of them have been gunned down in Chicago. Perhaps he ought to address that with the mayor of that cesspool as well as the most famous graduate of the Chicago School of Community Organizing.

Gregory pointed to this story from 2009 out of New Jersey that allegedly involved the sale of a kidney from a donor in Israel, but the main focus of that story is the wild conspiracy theories long floated by Palestinians that Israelis are harvesting the organs of dead Palis. It’s crazy blood libel, but a lot of people believe this nonsense. So I guess the Jews are behind the death of Trayvon Martin.

We’re waiting on the Imus clip (assuming FBN will post it), but in the meantime, here’s Gregory at a rally in Washington, DC on Sunday.

Update: Here’s the clip from Imus this morning. Even nuttier than the one above.

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4 Responses to “Nutty Dick Gregory: Trayvon Martin Was Killed So His Organs Could Be Harvested or Something”

  1. anoNY on 27/27/12 at 8:40 am

    Makes sense. Half of the racist and Nazi websites blame Trayvon for being black, and the other half blame the Jewish media.

    Too bad I can’t ask google to filter out the Nazi sites when I search…

  2. Blue Hen on 27/27/12 at 9:19 am

    Well,on the bright side, he makes more sense then Rev Al Sharton and Jesse Jackson combined, so there’s that.

  3. zeek on 30/30/12 at 5:16 pm

    the title is just stupid. What he’s saying is not so nutty. It makes perfect sense.