All three defendants in the murder trial of Ahmaud Arbery were all found guilty of felony murder this Wednesday in a trial that lasted for 18 months.  The jury convicted Travis McMichael of malice murder, aggravated assault, false imprisonment, and criminal attempt to commit a felony.  Gregory McMichael and William Bryan were found guilty of all charges except malicious murder.  The men pursued Arbery after believing he was engaged in suspicious activity in their neighborhood in Brunswick, Georgia.  All three men still face federal hate crime charges after being convicted today.

The defense argued that the three men were attempting to carry out a citizen’s arrest, which is legal in the state of Georgia.  Travis McMichael testified that while they were pursuing Arbery, he attacked him, which led McMichael to shoot him in self-defense.  “We were face to face. And being struck, that’s when I shot,” he testified. McMichael said he believed he was in “a life-or-death situation.”

Flanked by two of America’s top race-baiter’s-for-hire, attorney Benjamin Crump and race agitator Al Sharpton, Ahmaud Arbery’s father delivered an unexpected message of hope and unity. “For real—ALL lives matter! Not just Black! We don’t want to see nobody go through this! Nobody! I don’t wanna see no daddy watch their kid get shot down like that! It’s all our problem.” he told the media.

Friends and family surrounding Mr. Arbery could be heard shouting their approval for his message of unity. Benjamin Crump appears to be tapping him on the shoulder while he delivers his emotional plea for unity and equality for all human beings. Meanwhile, Al Sharpton looks like he’s about to have a stroke, as he realizes his trip to Georgia had been wasted on a dad who didn’t even have the common courtesy to blame the white man or promote the Marxist BLM terror group.

He continued, “So, let’s keep fighting. Let’s keep making this a better place for all human beings!” he said.  He continued, “Love everybody! All human beings need to be treated equally!” Crump and Sharpton appear to be discussing something behind Mr. Arbery (probably cutting his mic) as Crump taps him again.


If every one of Benjamin Crump’s clients made speeches about how ALL lives matter, he would be out of a job, and his sidekick, Al Sharpton, would become irrelevant. The world would definitely be a better place without these two divisive, opportunistic clowns taking center stage in every case that can be turned into a racial incident.

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