USA Today Shows Its Racist Colors

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The Monday, February 17, 2014 edition of USA Today has a page 3 story on Michael Dunn, a Florida man who killed a teenager in self defense. In the second paragraph, written by Mary Beth Marklein and Rick Neale, Dunn is compared to George Zimmerman thusly: “The mixed verdict also is reviving criticism of Florida’s “stand your ground” self-defense law, and prompting debate over Florida State Attorney Angela Corey’s handling of two high-profile trials, each involving a white man who said he fatally shot a black unarmed teenager in self-defense and was not convicted of murder.”

So now Zimmerman, an Hispanic, has gone from being falsely labeled as a white-Hispanic to being called full on white. And the insinuation is used that Zimmerman’s defense was Florida’s stand your ground law, which he never used.

The lies never stop.

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americanforchange
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americanforchange
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Typical of those in the media falsifying the truth to achieve their goals.

Glenn47
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Lies are all they have.

The Willpower
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What do you expect from the tribe, Bolsheviks.

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That’s why so many people have taken to calingl it the presstitute

Dr. Eowyn
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Thank you, Mike, for exposing USAToday’s outright lies. That paper should rename itself USALies.

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I took the liberty of adding this image to your post. Hope you don’t mind. 🙂

Tony
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