Bigotvoyant (big-it-voy-ant) Noun. A term created by Xena of Blackbutterfly7 and 3Chicspolitico.
- A bigoted person who believes that Trayvon Martin was clairvoyant, knowing what George Zimmerman would do; when he would do it; where he would go; how long it would take him; and where he would be at any particular moment.
- A bigoted person who predicts a bleek future of all Blacks.
- A bigoted person who believes that Black kids feel no fear when being followed by grown men driving trucks and who look like creepy perverts.
- A bigoted person who believes that peaceful protests organized by Blacks, (and although attended by people of other races also), are “riots.”
- A bigoted person who believes that referring to one individual in the plural does not demonstrate racial profiling.
What do we know about Juror B37? She is middle-aged, with two adult daughters, one who lives at home. She works for a chiropractor and based on her voluntary information during voir dire, appears to work in Oviedo and Winter Springs. She volunteers for animal rescue groups. Regarding her responsibilities at home and for her animals, before she was selected for the jury, her husband had already told her that he would “do it all.” Before the George Zimmerman case, she previously served on two juries.
During her voir dire, Mark O’Mara told her that the process was that she go into the jury room and decide “what happens.” He also told her to advise other jurors that whatever did not come from the “witness stand” could not be considered.
And, we know that based on her AC360 interview and subsequent correspondence, that Juror B37 is an inherent racist, or what I term, a bigotvoyant.
Juror B37’s bigotvoyant demonstration ranges from her opinion as to how Rachel Jeantel lives, to accusing Trayvon of attacking Zimmerman out of anger for Zimmerman following him.
What we know from Zimmerman’s non-emergency police call, is that he watched Trayvon from his truck, and then followed him in his truck. Trayvon ran. He ran to the dog walk where no vehicle could come. Taking things as Zimmerman stated, and in order to make his story true, Juror B37 and other bigotvoyants gave Trayvon clairvoyant powers. For instance, in order to wait for Zimmerman so he could attack him, Trayvon would need pre-knowledge that Zimmerman would get out of his truck and follow him.
Zimmerman told detectives Serino and Singleton that he saw Trayvon run behind the buildings, down the dog walk. Zimmerman also told them that when he was told “We don’t need you to do that,” that he was on Retreat View Circle. For Juror B37 and other bigotvoyants, Trayvon would have to know that Zimmerman assumed he was headed for the back gate. Trayvon would know in advance, that Zimmerman would not follow him down the dog walk but instead, run straight to Retreat View Circle.
The problem for Juror B37 and other bigovoyants is that they can’t understand a map. All those charts that West put before them during opening statements, and that they saw during trial, and Juror B37, apparently, could not look at the map of Retreat at Twin Lakes and ask herself why Zimmerman ran to Retreat View Circle, while Trayvon was running behind the buildings down the dog walk. Zimmerman admitted to the dispatcher that he was following the kid, and also told the dispatcher that the kid was running towards the back entrance.
The following video shows how it was possible for Zimmerman to go “in the same direction” as Trayvon by taking Retreat View Circle to the back gate. What it suggests is in agreement with Zimmerman’s statement. That is, he looked down Retreat View Circle and not seeing Trayvon run across the intersection, told dispatch “he ran.” Zimmerman continued down Retreat View Circle because he told police dispatch that he didn’t what to give out his address because he didn’t know where the kid was – Zimmerman didn’t want Trayvon to hear him. That also indicates that Zimmerman was not walking back to his truck using the same route he took to reach Retreat View Circle because he had just walked it, and Trayvon was not there.
Juror B37, like other bigotvoyants, believes Rachel Jeantel when she testified that Trayvon told her he was right by his father’s house. In order to believe and acquit George Zimmerman, bigotvoyants believe that Trayvon walked to his dad’s house, but didn’t go in because he knew Zimmerman was still out of his truck; where he was; and where he would walk. With the gift of this foreknowledge, Trayvon knew where the creepy looking guy was, and the moment that Zimmerman would reach the “T” to be confronted. That’s bigotvoyant theory.
Logically, Trayvon would not leave the house by the patio door to go to the store, leaving it unlocked, with Chad inside, upstairs in his room, with headphones on playing video games. Juror B37 did not bother to question the lack of door keys on Trayvon and that he would need Chad to open the front door for him, or if he had the code to open the garage door. Trayvon would have needed to enter through the front of the house. Doing that takes Trayvon to the end of the dog walk, coming out on Twin Trees Lane, and turning the corner to enter the front of the house on Retreat View Circle.
I believe that is what Trayvon did. Rachel Jeantel testified that Trayvon told her he saw the creepy guy again, and Zimmerman told Singleton that he walked back towards Trayvon. Trayvon had no other option of getting away from the man and still be close to home, other than to turn around and go back on the dog walk behind the house. The creepy pervert was then behind him, and getting closer.
For bigotvoyants, Trayvon knew that if he asked Zimmerman if he had a problem, that Zimmerman would not give him an honest answer, neither walk or run away. Rather, Trayvon had foreknowledge that Zimmerman would stop walking and turn to face him. Trayvon also, through the gift of being clairvoyant, would know that Zimmerman would turn his attention to his pockets, giving him opportunity to sucker punch him in the nose.
If we remove the bigotvoyant gift, then we see that what Zimmerman says happened is impossible because it is all based on Trayvon reading Zimmerman’s mind.
The following video is a compilation of media opinions concerning Juror B37, and they tie in with Mark O’Mara’s use of overt racism to justify Zimmerman committing murder due to frustration, in addition to Juror B37 saying that Zimmerman had good intentions, and Juror B29’s understanding of “intent” in the law that was read to her. Thanks for reading and watching.
© 3Chicspolitico, 2013. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to 3Chicspolitico.com with appropriate and specific direction (link) to the original content.