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Of the -- of -- Martin case how in the world we get to the point where social media seems to be.
A today an organization.
You know -- vigilante justice.
-- how does -- about how does.
And -- are well known directors like Spike Lee.
How the president United States interjected himself Jesse Jackson and and Al Sharpton -- Cindy.
I mean this is.
-- this is tawdry at best it is inexplicable to me how we could behave as a civilized society like this.
Well I think socialites media is a very democratic processes where everybody can have a voice yeah.
And it's very though if -- well we certainly see the positive told this is not Michael I'm not complaining about social Qaeda but I'm complaining about.
Side but there's that that dark side of anything that's positive.
So people who want to have a voice who feel that they have inflated.
Are going to want to use.
What they have available to them in order to make their feelings and.
Town -- we rationalizing.
Crass the the lowest.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- but the reality is that everyone has.
Access to the social media so you may have people who may be very much to the left.
And perhaps I think they as well as people -- moderate see this as a real tragedy.
They see this as yet another example of profiling.
A vigilante with a gun.
And there are many of them who've been out there and you.
Judge someone in that way but then you also have people from the kkk for example who have hijacked.
-- of on.
Email Twitter account and -- come out and said some very ugly things and then yes people in the middle like perhaps a Spike -- Or even whole Ronald -- saying certain things that really -- -- people up although.
What he said was that any young man who's Hispanic or black should.
Sure it is a matter of excess caution under normal fashion not be insisting upon an image that suggests gangsta.
You know you may argue with them -- I give the man credit for great courage and in and directness saying precisely what I.
I think I would -- yeah.
-- -- credit -- better than anybody that we have outlook I got a -- and he should people have said listen.
Parents you know your children already at risk for the color of their skin.
I don't put them out there and Moody's but the I don't Lebanese I don't believe I don't think the -- I don't would be nice OK does that -- solidarity typing.
He Jerrold just because we do as you're wearing color of their skin company to.
Excuse me now may I inject just got a little factor into this conversation when you take it that -- and I respect your ideological and and person views.
I think -- misplaced miserably when you come to this issue.
The fact it might have for the murder artists and by the way but go ahead and half of the murders in this country and half -- murders involved black victims.
Of those killing those folks -- young -- -- -- That is black on black violence and -- this president has said what people will come out and said let's look at what perhaps one of the major issue is.
Issues happen to be and that is black on black crime and we need to look at that -- we -- President -- This this does not has -- -- even mentioned it but this is more highlighted in her -- is a 400 wrong no it's not going north and a this call is now 400 murders in his hometown Chicago we can't find a public statement from this president and he's -- a single I wanna make -- I.
In a statement on an unwinding what else is you're gonna have to this is a job -- a little while everybody.
-- -- This is a very charged case and it's a flag shouldn't be what you should we have matter our our program is just should be a case where our president -- -- -- to say anything is to say.
As likely to his credit did say after making up -- rim dismissive.
Justice in court that's right this cancerous country now and -- Rollins said he I apologize I'll -- -- and I.
From hot media's wrong.
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