Federal Government Plans to Persecute Zimmerman
July 14, 2013
It’s not over, said one of the most powerful men in America, Senate Majority Leader Henry Reid. He said now that a jury of his peers has found George Zimmerman not guilty of murdering Trayvon Martin, it is time for the federal government to step in.
Appearing on Meet the Press this morning, Reid told host David Gregory the Justice Department will go after Zimmerman.
“And the president, does he have a role in speaking about it as he did after the shooting?” Gregory asked.
“Yeah, of course,” Reid responded. “And I think the Justice Department’s going to take a look at this. You know, this isn’t over with, and I think that’s good, that’s our system. It’s gotten better, not worse.”
In other words, if a jury reaches a verdict the federal government and the Obama administration think is not politically correct (or is contrary to their political agenda), they will move to “take a look” at it and take action to placate special interests and preferred minorities.