You’ve got to be kidding me Geraldo. I only posted this College Humor video to prove that fairer skinned people wearing hoodies have to be completely intentional about violence for any one to feasibly retaliate with a polite and thoughtful intervention (even though it was an airsoft gun-doesn’t make it any less intentionally funny).
Fine you tell your son not to wear baggy cloths, because you think it reflects poorly on him. Don’t qualify the prejudices of other people that led to the slaughter of an unarmed high schooler. Cultural and racial bias has no justification. Are we only allowed assume people that succeed to extra-ordinary circumstances are exempt (not just about the ‘De Niro comment’ controversy, but it encapsulates a lot of the unwarranted and unprecedented blatant disrespect of the current POTUS-guess you can’t get away from it-even though I don’t think De Niro was trying to be disrespectful).
Fox has some of the most irresponsible opinion-based reportage guised under conservative christian guilt lamented rhetoric and token equal opportunity BS.
This comment on the whole Trayvon Martin contraversey enraged me the most, because I’m from Florida and through out the larger part of my grade school career I was faced with similar prejudgements of my intentions with no such apparel. I would normally be wearing lame-ass out of style cloths that were either too big (for me to grow into) or too small (grown out of and I was chubby). I was a straight A student, mediocre athlete at best, and I graduated near the top of my class. The worst part was if the teacher never had me in a class, they just assumed the worst.
Again, thank you Geraldo for sticking to what you do best reporting on nothing anybody will ever intentionally watch because you were hired to fill a void created by another idiot people liked to hear rant about nothing.
And stop it with the Etch a Sketch already. Isn’t that what all Republican’s write there jokes on now-a-days. Carrot top wants his props back.