George Zimmerman and Getting By With Murder

Written by R.G. Yoho on July 15, 2013

The West Virginia senator’s actions clearly confirm Manchin’s arrogant belief that his version of gun control is morally and intellectually superior to those of his constituents.

West Virginia’s ideas about gun control are stupid; Manchin’s ideas are “common sense.”

West Virginia Joe is a rifle-shooting darling of NRA; Washington Joe is a gun-grabbing darling of New York mayor Michael Bloomberg.

The consent of the governed has been mugged by the Senator, who then washes his bloody hands in Bloomberg’s basin.

Sen. Marco Rubio (R.-FL) ran for office as a hard-core Conservative, thereby winning the support of the Tea Party faithful. Thanks to their help, Marco then goes to Washington and proudly becomes the errand boy of Chuck Schumer, one of the Senate’s biggest Marxists.

Despite the cries of those who supported him, Rubio proudly and willingly betrays and ignores the voices of those whose efforts sent him to Washington.

Meanwhile, the “consent of the governed” is placed in a body bag and hauled off to the morgue, while Rubio flees the scene of the crime.

Schumer and Bloomberg, a New York senator and a New York mayor, convinced West Virginia’s Manchin and Florida’s Rubio to betray their states’ voters in a New York minute.

While Zimmerman’s trial ruled the headlines, “the consent of the governed” was knifed in the back by the same people who falsely claim to represent the victim.

Now that a verdict had been handed down in the Zimmerman trial, perhaps America can finally get back to learning about the real murders that are currently taking place right under their noses, the death of liberty.

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R.G. Yoho is a Western author who has published seven books, including “Death Comes to Redhawk,” along with a non-fiction work entitled “America’s History is His Story.”