Trayvon's 21st: If He Had Killed George Zimmerman, Trayvon Would Be Out Of Jail By Now
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Updated to restore embedded tweets deleted, or where the Tweeter has been banned.

Had he not tried to smash the wrong man's head in…

Trayvon Martin would've turned 21 today.

— John Nolte (@NolteNC) February 5, 2016


Had George Zimmerman not been smart enough to arm himself…Trayvon Martin probably would've turned 21 in prison today.

— John Nolte (@NolteNC) February 5, 2016

Below, Paul Kersey remarks on the distressing tendency of white Christians whose family members have been murdered by blacks to "forgve" the criminal. The 21st anniversary of unsuccessful thug Trayvon Martin's birth reminds us that blacks don't think that way at all.

If I was Trayvon Martin's dad George Zimmerman would be a memory now. This message will self-destruct in 5 minutes.

— Iimani David (@iimaniDavid) February 5, 2016

Jim Treacher is retweeting various expressions of hate for Zimmerman on his Twitter feed:

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Treacher, Breitbart's John Nolte, and Ben Shapiro are all receiving death threats as a result.


One of the guys responding with hate (but not actual death threats, so far) to Ben Shapiro is actual black journalist Roland Martin:

But John Nolte's Tweet above suggesting that Trayvon would have turned "21 in prison" may be wrong—it's quite possible that if Trayvon, age 16, had succeeded in killing Zimmerman, either by beating his head in, or by seizing Zimmerman's gun and killing him, he might, as a juvenile of with no criminal record, have pled guilty to manslaughter...and been out by now.

Zimmerman, of course, would still be dead.

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