@MMFlint no go ahead and finish your donut
— Fear God and Texas (@FortPurdy) July 14, 2013
Michael Moore, not surprisingly, disagreed with the jury’s not guilty verdict Saturday night in the George Zimmerman trial. Just to be clear though, he might want to complete that thought. What if a gun-toting Trayvon Martin had shot George Zimmerman?
@MMFlint we would have never heard about it.
— ☤ Doc ☤ (@Doc_68W_) July 14, 2013
@MMFlint it wouldn't have been national news.
— duncankellogg (@pakjam187) July 14, 2013
@MMFlint ….we never would have heard about it?
— Brandon Feazell (@Feaz87) July 14, 2013
@MMFlint Would the media have used old pictures of Zimmerman to create public bias?
— Ron Veatch (@RonVeatch) July 14, 2013
@MMFlint …"you would not have cared". That's how you'd completer the sentence, if you could be honest with yourself…
— JD Williams (@modulo51) July 14, 2013
@MMFlint – yeah, I think you should finish.. Master of presumption. Were you there? Oh, so what do you know? Right?
— Mr. Santoro (@ericdrums) July 14, 2013
@MMFlint Trayvon was not of legal age to carry a concealed firearm so it would have been murder and felony possession of a firearm.
— Jared Lisenby (@jaredkotb) July 14, 2013
Moore did complete his next thought, and it’s some pretty tough talk for someone who’s devoted most of his efforts this year to pushing gun control.
Trayvon was the 1 who's life was being threatened–by a guy w/ a gun chasing after him! Trayvon had the RIGHT 2 do ANYTHING 2 defend himself
— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) July 14, 2013