Woman Who Left Four Americans to Die in Benghazi Broken Up Over Zimmerman Verdict

Posted by on Jul 17, 2013 at 7:27 am

It would be nice if she at least felt a sense of shame about leaving four people in her employ to die senselessly. But hey, why express remorse for you own incompetence when you’re trying to score cheap political points?

She said she knew this week has “brought heartache, deep painful heartache” to families in the wake of the not guilty verdict in George Zimmerman’s trial last Saturday.

Clinton also referenced U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder’s announcement Monday that the Justice Department will review the case.

“Yesterday I know you heard from the Attorney General about the next steps from the Justice Department and the need for a national dialogue,” she said. “As we move forward as we must I hope this sisterhood will continue to be a force for justice and understanding.”

Oh sure, what we need about now is more dialogue, which typically goes like this:  “Shut up, you rightwingnutz!”
Speaking of Holder, he appears to have less than a basic understanding of self-defense laws, once again proving he’s painfully unqualified for the position he holds.

So, what exactly do Stand Your Ground laws have to do with Zimmerman and Martin? Absolutely nothing, of course. Outside your own home, common principles of self-defense dictate that unless you have reasonable fear of deadly force or harm, you must flee if possible rather than use deadly force. But a “duty to retreat” rests on the ability to retreat. And “duty to retreat” was irrelevant in Zimmerman’s case because — pinned to the ground with Martin on top of him, bashing his head on the concrete — he was unable to retreat.

This didn’t stop the NAACP crowd from cheering their heads off when Holder tossed out his red meat. Holder’s racial-grievance-mongering agenda has also been bolstered by media propaganda outlets, who’ve been dutifully bashing Stand Your Ground regardless of the facts.

The New York Times, for example, falsely claimed in an editorial preceding Holder’s speech that the jury “reached its verdict after having been asked to consider Mr. Zimmerman’s actions in light of the now-notorious Stand Your Ground provision in Florida’s self-defense law.” Rolling Stone made a similarly inflammatory claim, calling Martin a “victim of Florida’s Stand Your Ground law.”

All nonsense. The jury received standard instructions. Zimmerman did not invoke the Stand Your Ground provision. Zimmerman later waived his right to a pretrial immunity hearing under the Stand Your Ground procedures.


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5 Responses to “Woman Who Left Four Americans to Die in Benghazi Broken Up Over Zimmerman Verdict”

  1. Kauf Buch on 17/17/13 at 10:04 am

    HEY HILLARY! About that Zimmerman verdict:
    what difference at this point does it make?
    You TOOL.

  2. Doc on 17/17/13 at 1:17 pm

    Photo caption “And after he squirted me in the face, he told me he wanted some day to be President”.

  3. Toejam on 18/18/13 at 7:35 am

    Your headline for this story has a misspelling.

    It should read:

    “Alcoholic Dyke Who Left Four Americans to Die in Benghazi Broken Up Over Zimmerman Verdict”