Tell me again that the Ahmaud Arbery murder trial is not about race. I challenge you to tell me that the Ahmaud Arbery murder trial is not about race.
It’s about nothing other than race. The crime was about nothing other than race. The “defense” has been about nothing other than race.
Don’t take my word for it.
“Turning Ahmaud Arbery into a victim after the choices that he made does not reflect the reality of what brought Ahmaud Arbery to Satilla Shores in his khaki shorts with no socks to cover his long, dirty toenails.” -Laura Hogue, defense attorney for Gregory McMichael
Well no wonder three armed white men hunted Ahmaud Arbery down and shot him to death like a trophy animal. I mean, what choice did they have? I mean, come on, here was a Black man in Satilla Shores. So, he can’t be a “victim,” right? By definition, he cannot be a victim. He CHOSE to come to Satilla Shores. Sockless, for gawdsake. And Gregory McMichael, Travis McMichael and William Bryan all had been tipped off about the long, dirty toenail thing.
I’m sorry. I mourn the loss of life, sure. But, really. What were Gregory, Travis and “Roddie” to do? Sure, go ahead and cast the first stone, you self-righteous hypocrites.
Racism? Nah. This was just neighbors helping neighbors.
Under the heading of “You can’t make this up,” did you hear the closing “argument” presented by defense attorney Kevin Gough? (That’s “Goff,” not “Goo,” at least to you.) Gough represents William “Roddie” Bryan, the defendant who shot video of Arbery’s death.
I think the following is an accurate and fair summation of Gough’s remarks to the jury.
“Hey, we all know my client is a hopeless dumbass. And the truth is, I’m not a very good lawyer, either. So howzabout you nice folks cut us both some slack?”
Finally,“Bad Idea Jeans” include:
- Tapping our oil reserves
- Sending arms to Ukraine
Yeah, those jeans make your ass and your head look fat.