You see Mr. Cheadle did what many on the left refused and refuses to do and that is become part of the melting pot of America. That melting pot consists of all colors of the rainbow and includes all manner of sexual orientation and that melting pot as a majority believes in the freedom’s inherent in America. They don’t split off in to victim groups to attack their fellow Americans as the progressives of the Democrat Party wants them to, no they believe that in the axiom E Pluribus Unum, yes my friends we are all one. America is the best country in the whole of the world because we continue to be free to be who we want to be. The progressives want us to walk in unison as one, as “workers” as communists/socialists/Marxists with leaders telling us how to eat, drink and speak. We reject that ideal as we have have seen the devastation behind all of those idea’s. So I thank Mr. Cheadle for standing for truth, justice and the American way and rejecting the progressive hate that emanates from the race hustles and the media that fires them up Mr. Cheadle Proves That The Majority, The Silent Majority Is The Backbone Of This Country
Don Cheadle, actor and anti-genocide activist, mocked NBC News and accused the network of “bias” for their broadcast of an edited 911 tape portraying Trayvon Martin shooter George Zimmerman as a racist.
“Dear NBC News, Huh???” Cheadle tweeted along with a link to the story containing NBC’s apology. “It was ‘an error made in the production process that we deeply regret.’ Really? ‘Error?'” he added in a follow-up tweet. “Anybody out there know anything about editing?”
NBC’s Today Show aired audio of Zimmerman calling 911 about Trayvon Martin. The NBC version has Zimmerman saying Martin is “suspicious,” without providing any reason except “he looks black.” The full tape shows that Zimmerman only mentioned Martin’s race in response to a direct question from the 911 dispatcher.
“Unless the AVID malfunctioned, SOMEBODY was faking the funk,” Cheadle said of NBC’s edited tape. “Why?, is the question. What was furthered beyond NBC news ratings?”