Lawrence O'Donnell let Bill-O have it for his rant the previous evening, where he was still trying to blame Trayvon Martin for his own death because he was wearing a hoodie.
Geraldo Rivera has been sticking to his talking points that if Trayvon Martin had not been wearing a hoodie, he may not have been shot and killed by George Zimmerman and that "dressing like a wannabe gangster" contributed to his death. On his
Culture war escalated into a shooting war in Sanford. Florida's NRA/ALEC-written "stand your ground" law was passed as an expansion of the right of self-defense, but that's not what it does. This is no accident; it was deliberate business
After a week-long vacation, Stephen Colbert opened his show with a segment on the Trayvon Martin shooting, and as usual, Colbert was right on the mark with his criticisms. He went after Republican presidential candidates Rick Santorum and Newt
Geraldo Doubles Down On Blaming The Hoodie And Dressing 'Like A Wannabe Gangster' For Trayvon Martin's Death
I guess Geraldo Rivera wants to invite some more criticism for his remarks this week on "Fox & Friends," blaming the victim because of his attire in the Trayvon Martin shooting case, because he decided to double down this Friday on Bill O'Reilly's