Death shows racism not one-way street
This reverse racism has gotten unbelievably out of hand. George Zimmerman was aquitted by a jury of his peers and will still have to look over his shoulder for the rest of his life.
But let’s talk about a little boy named Antonio Santiago, 13 months old and shot point-blank in the face as his mother was being robbed and also shot by two black teenagers who, because of their age, will not be given the death sentence.
Because Antonio’s parents made the mistake of being white and living in a 73 percent nonwhite community, the killers will not be charged with a hate crime.
The Department of Justice did not investigate, Obama did not take one minute to acknowledge or honor him, nor was Michelle heartbroken. The media did not care because Al Sharpton doesn’t make noise over a dead white child.
So, next time we as a nation decide to play the race card, remember that 13-month-old boy who was killed sitting in his stroller with zero representation, unlike those who killed him.
Barry K. Winston