Only moments after a jury found George Zimmerman innocent, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) lit their Twitter aflame with the following message: “BREAKING: Zimmerman acquitted on all charges. We will update you as we work to pursue civil rights charges against Zimmerman through DOJ.”
And the NAACP has called upon the Obama administration itself to pursue the civil rights charges against Zimmerman, according to the Daily Caller.
US Attorney General Eric Holder, the man behind Fast and Furious, will now lead Obama’s charge against Zimmerman and the justice system, in an ironic twist of cadence for Obama’s goosestep-on-the-Constitution administration. Now that they have fought and weakened the legislative branch of government, the Obama administration is seizing this moment as the perfect beachhead in their war with America’s judicial system.
Holder has been wound up and is acting in the interest of third party interest groups and a Draconian president who believes he can lord of America’s justice system. Despite not everyone being okay with the Zimmerman verdict, a good president should not stir the pot of racial tension by going after Zimmerman on a Civil Rights action, but it looks like it is inevitable that he will.
The NSA intercepted the initial response from Eric Holder and Obama to the NAACP: From “Attorney General Eric Holder: The Department of Justice has closely monitored the State of Florida’s prosecution of the case against George Zimmerman in the Trayvon Martin murder since it began. Today, with the acquittal of George Zimmerman, it is time for the Department of Justice to act.”
The NAACP responded:
“The most fundamental of civil rights — the right to life — was violated the night George Zimmerman stalked and then took the life of Trayvon Martin. We ask that the Department of Justice file civil rights charges against Mr. Zimmerman for this egregious violation.”
“Please address the travesties of the tragic death of Trayvon Martin by acting today.”
“So we can kill all teenagers now?”