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Friday, July 19, 2013

Retard Alert - Black Caucus to seek Florida boycott

Retard Alert
Mentally challenged Assemblyman Chris Holden wants California to boycott Florida for the "crime" of daring to hold a trial and allowing a jury to come to their own conclusions.

The People's Republic of California  -  Listen carefully and you can hear the jack boots of the Brown Shirt mob marching.

In the wake of a Florida jury acquitting George Zimmerman in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, nutcase California Assemblyman Chris Holden (Socialist Democrat - Pasadena) will call for a boycott on traveling to Florida or doing business there.

It appears that insane Leftist Black Democrats want to abolish trial by jury and establish a Fascist government where the All-Powerful State, backed by the mob, decides your guilt.

Without the permission of the Black Caucus, a jury decided on their own that Zimmerman was not guilty of second-degree murder and manslaughter, concluding that the neighborhood watch volunteer acted in self-defense when he shot Martin reports the Sacramento Bee.

The verdict could signal an "open season on vigilante-type justice," Holden said Wednesday in a telephone interview. So he is preparing a joint resolution, with the backing of the California Legislative Black Caucus, that advocates a boycott of Florida until the state repeals the "stand your ground" law that helped Zimmerman avoid conviction by invoking self-defense.

"What might be an appropriate way for us to usher in change would be for us to have a boycott that focuses on the seriousness and importance of looking at this law and making some changes," Holden said. "We want encourage those who are traveling and planning vacations and conventions and potential ways of spending dollars in the state to hold back until those changes have been made."

Holden added that he was motivated to call for a boycott in part because he has four college-age sons.

"If we lived in Florida, (the verdict) would send a chilling message about their safety and security," he said. 

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