“Trayvon Martin could have been my son.”
“I could have been Trayvon Martin thirty-five years ago.”
So declaimed the (sorta) black President of the United States.
Of course, everything always comes down to Obama, narcissist-in-chief. But, as Seraphic Secret has pointed out on numerous occasions, half of what Obama says is a lie, and the other half is not true.
Obama has led a life of extraordinary privilege. He attended a very expensive prep school, and then equally expensive Ivy League universities. Abandoned first by his African father and then by his white mother, Obama was raised by his white socialist grandparents and has lived the life of an upper-middle-class white.
George Zimmerman—in case anyone cares—is not white.
Nor has Zimmerman led a life of easy privilege.
Ironically, Zimmerman is a Democrat who voted for Obama—twice. In effect, enabling his tormentors.
The Zimmerman/Martin case had nothing—I repeat: nothing—to do with race. The Martin family affirmed this fact, as did the Zimmerman family. So did the defense lawyers and the prosecution lawyers.
But for the left and for Obama, the race to make everything about race never ends. Post-modern Democrats Balkanize this country by collectively condemning all white people as racist. That’s how they win elections.
But I’m wondering about the KKK.
Seriously, if George Zimmerman is a white racist, and if white America is institutionally racist—as Obama and his Jew-hating buddy Al Sharpton insist—where does that leave the guys in the white hoods with the burning crosses?
Because if everyone is racist, then no one is racist.
What’s a Klansman to do?