Coulter: Media Needed Zimmerman As ‘Sacrificial Lamb’ For ‘Mississippi Burning’ Narrative
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Ann Coulter appeared on Fox & Friends Sunday morning to follow up on her initial reaction to the Zimmerman verdict—”Hallelujah!“—in more detail. Coulter maintained that George Zimmerman was a sacrificial lamb for the media’s race-driven narrative, a narrative necessary to enable Barack Obama’s liberal agenda.
“This was a media-led mob, and an innocent man almost went to prison for thirty years because of well, Al Sharpton stirring up hatred and creating a narrative for which there was never any evidence and after this long trial there is still never any evidence,” Coulter said.
“This case never should have been brought. It was purely political for the media to continue their narrative of all of America as ‘Mississippi Burning.’ They want to keep us divided by race, ginned up by race, and it’s a relief that someone who was innocent did not have to be the sacrificial lamb for this media narrative about America as being run by the Klan.”