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VIDEO: Pamela Geller on The Dr. Drew Show <br/> Trayvon Martin, Guns, Toulouse, Racism

I bolted a Denver event to appear on Dr. Drew yesterday evening. Once again, the left is using a terrible tragedy to go after our Second Amendment rights, and the Right to Defend law. I spared you the footage of the hoodie march and a lot of the whining. The bottom line is, we don't know what happened. All the facts have not come in. George Zimmerman is innocent until proven guilty just like every other American citizen. That Dr. Drew and his cohorts would be finding him guilty on camera is patently irresponsible. What's next? A mob lynching? Remember the Ox-Bow Incident.

This was a terrible tragedy. But exception makes bad law.

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Victim  Trayvon Martin (left) and shooter George Zimmerman (racially motivated? Puhleeze: he is African American and Hispanic).

The fact is that the Toulouse jihad was racially motivated; where are the marches against Islamic racism?

Hundreds march in support of Trayvon Martin family in Miami, New York

In wake of Trayvon Martin's death, America is soul-searching USA Today

ANFORD, Fla. – Spurred by social media and community rallies, the shooting death of a 17-year-old Florida youth has become the latest flashpoint over how young black men are perceived in the United States.

By Craig Rubadoux, Florida Today via AP

Rev. Glenn Dames leads people in prayer at the Titusville (Fla.) Courthouse on Sunday at a rally demanding justice for Trayvon Martin.

Trayvon Marti's death Feb. 26 at the hands of a Neighborhood Watch leader in this small, gated Florida community has rippled through many corners of the nation's justice and political system and raised questions about the relationship between the black community and police in small towns.

In the past 48 hours, the case has:

•Sparked an investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice, the FBI and the Florida state attorney's office;

•Brought calls for changes in a Florida self-defense law that says a person being attacked has no duty to retreat and may return force;

Trayvon Martin was talking on his cellphone when he was shot and killed in February.

•Ignited protests, including a "Million Hoodie March" in New York City planned today, a protest Wednesday outside the Florida Division of Licensing, urging state officials to withdraw George Zimmerman's concealed weapons permit and a rally Thursday in Sanford led by civil rights activist Al Sharpton;

•Amassed more than 600,000 signatures in an online petition calling for charges to be filed against George Zimmerman, the Neighborhood Watch captain who said he shot Martin.

•Prompted NAACP national President Benjamin Todd Jealous and local NAACP officials to host an open forum Wednesday in Sanford for residents to share their stories of abuse and discrimination by the Sanford Police Department. Jealous said Tuesday night that the information provided would be turned over to the Department of Justice, which is investigating the Martin shooting.

Zimmerman has not been arrested or charged with a crime.

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Atlas Shrugs on 22 March 2012

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