Heroes, villains, and protest events

What is a hero…a hero is a person of distinguished courage or ability admired for their brave deeds and noble qualities. A hero is a role model of all that is good; someone worthy of being emulating and respecting.

What a hero is NOT is a thug…nor is a hero those who revere and applaud thugs and their actions. A hero is NOT our biased media as the push forward a narrative of racial bias by twisting and distorting facts and events to fit the divisive agenda of our race-baiting president and his cronies, the likes of Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Eric Holder, Louis Farrakhan, and others.

A hero is NOT lawyers who hide the truth about a supposed ‘sweet child’ who was anything but as they tried to railroad an innocent man to appease a ‘small but vocal militant black minority’…as they tried to appease those having a mob mentality who wait salivating in the wings to wreck havoc and violence anytime something does NOT go their perceived way.

But above all else heroes are NOT those like racist Reverend Al Sharpton who organize days of nationwide protest to counter with volatile atomicity the NOT guilty verdict reached according to our laws by a jury of the accused’s peers.

So what is a hero…our brave troops are heroes for they put their lives on the line every day to keep us safe and free here at home.

Heroes are also the likes of Ambassador Christopher Stevens, Information Officer Sean Smith, and ex-Navy SEALS Tyrone Woods and Glen Dougherty…all who gave their lives in service to our beloved America.

This Saturday, July 20th, using the George Zimmerman NOT guilty verdict to further his all consuming cause of racial divisiveness, Reverend Al Sharpton has organized protest rallies in 100 major cities across America to spew hatred and contempt NOT only for George Zimmerman, the man found innocent of murder, but also to vilify the jury who reached this verdict, and even worse…to deify a thug in the name of hate and ‘supposed’ racial disparity.

A 17-year old young adult but a thug NO matter how anyone tries to twist it…and while the loss of any life is sad…especially when it did NOT have to be…organizing protests which will probably result in violence to some degree is NOT the answer to a verdict some did NOT like nor is it right to turn the guilty into heroes.

And so with that Andrea Plescia and I, Diane Sori, created a peaceful event, Justice for Christopher, to counter Saturday’s protests to show what a true miscarriage of justice looks like…one that should be protested every day until the truth is given to questions deliberately NOT answered.

Remember, Trayvon Martin had a choice…he could have simply turned and walked away. He didn’t. Ambassador Christopher Stevens, Information Officer Sean Smith, Ex-Navy Seals Tyrone Woods and Glen Dougherty were NEVER given the choice of walking away as they were deliberately and with malice left behind to be murdered by muslim terrorists.

Deliberately, willfully, and with malice left behind by our traitor of a president…Barack HUSSEIN Obama…and that is a crime truly worthy of protesting.

So on Saturday, July 20, 2013, the same day protests are going on across the country to honor a thug and spread hate and retaliation against a man found NOT guilty, we ask that everyone change their profile pictures both on Facebook and the alternative venues for that one day to this picture to protest a real crime…the Obama administration’s willful decision to leave our Ambassador and the others behind.

And if enough people do this we will send a powerful but peaceful message that NO matter what diversions are used by this administration to keep our focus off Benghazi ‘We the People’ will NOT allow that to happen for Benghazi is ground zero for what is truly a crime of treason.

Please click on the below link for more information about this event, Justice for Christopher, on July 20th 10am to July 21st 12:01am, and I truly hope that all will join in to say, ‘We will NOT forget the Benghazi Four’.

Justice for Christopher


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