Right wing radio host Michael Graham has a photo of George Zimmerman as the avatar on his twitter account. The picture he chose was the one taken by police after George shot and killed Trayvon Martin, presumptively in self-defense, on February 26, 2012. Why?
It could be that Graham admires Zimmerman, more likely that Zimmerman is a symbol for a cause Graham supports but what? Is Graham a supporter of "unjustly accused" armed neighborhood watch people who "unfairly" stand trial for killing unarmed 16 year-old boys? Or maybe Graham's cause is less about Zimmerman and more about politics. If it is politics, than it's likely wanker Michael Graham is trolling. Graham spends a lot of time and energy trolling, so much so, you might think trolling is a movement conservative's national pastime.
Today, Michael Graham tweets about "Open Season on Black Boys" hate.
Aside from whether you agree with Sanford Florida jury's verdict that George Zimmerman is not guilty of 2nd degree murder or manslaughter for killing unarmed Trayvon Martin by shooting him in the heart, why is Graham tweeting about "Open Season on Black Boys" hate? My money is on the assessment that Graham is trolling and race-baiting for politics and I don't find that to be a constructive contribution to a debate about justice in America and issues such as who gets the presumption of innocence, and who has the right of self-defense.