If you had any doubt about the prejudicial attitude of the media toward George Zimmerman, you only needed to read or listen to the vitriol directed toward him and the Florida jury that acquitted him of killing 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
As race relations continue to boil over following the George Zimmerman verdict, Nancy Grace had some bizarre allegations against the Hispanic 29-year-old on Friday night, after she suggested he is living a normal life, "driving through Taco Bell every night, having a churro," while Trayvon Martin is still dead.
A friend of George Zimmerman — the Florida suspect facing murder charges for the February shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin — was trying to argue on a nationally televised show that his buddy didn't break any laws by carrying a weapon and that the prosecution was presenting unfair arguments. But his microphone was cut.
You would think the trial of a physician charged with eight counts of murder, conspiracy and other crimes might get some attention in the national news.
"Good Morning America" cameras were there last week when co-host Robin Roberts underwent a bone marrow transplant. So were her colleagues Diane Sawyer and Sam Champion, wearing surgical masks and singing songs of encouragement. All of it was on the next day's show, along with a detailed interview with Roberts' doctor.