On March 25, 2012 Seraphic Secret reported on the horrific rape and murder of Nancy Strait and the simultaneous assault on her husband Bob of Tulsa Oklahoma by Tyrone Woodfork.
After lingering for weeks in the hospital, Bob Strait died on Friday.
The national liberal media did not and has not bothered reporting this story. Instead, they are fixated on lynching George Zimmerman.
In addition, Attorney General Eric Holder piously invoked Martin in a speech to the NAACP, making Martin a martyr to the cause of civil rights, just like, y’know, Rev. Martin Luther King.
One has to ask: Why does Trayvon Martin get all the sympathetic media attention whereas Bob and Nancy Strait are flushed down the memory hole?
Why does President Obama publicly state that Trayvon Martin looks like his son if he had one, whereas Nancy and Bob Strait are not worthy of an Obama comment such as: “Bob and Nancy Strait look like the mother and grandparents who raised and nurtured me.”
The answers are all too obvious. The national press is a bastion of liberal thought and liberals are, at the core, racists.
Why do I make this charge?
Because liberals do not hold blacks to the same standards as whites. This is an antebellum paternalism that has, over the past decades, destroyed the cohesion of the black family and replaced it with the corrosive entitlements and welfare payments of a nanny state.
As for Obama, well, our post-racial president is still a community agitator, a race hustler like Al and Jesse, only clad in custom made 5K Brooks Brothers suits.
The race hustlers fixate on anomalies like the Trayvon Martin case instead of confronting the one incontrovertible fact that spells doom for the American black community: 74% of black children are born to unwed mothers.
Meanwhile: Nancy Strait, 85, was beaten and raped to death. Her husband of 64 years, Bob Strait, 90, a WW II paratrooper from the 101st Airborne Division who took part in D Day and awarded the Bronze Star, is also dead, murdered by a thug who looks like the son Obama crowed about never having, and no one in the media seems to notice or care.