“Flash Mobs” Serve No Justice for Trayvon Martin Case

National Center media fellow Steven Crowder points out that, in the wake of a “flash mob” robbery at a Florida Walgreen’s drug store by Trayvon Martin protesters, too many people are acting out inappropriately as radicals are using hostile rhetoric to further inflame racial tensions.  Steven aptly notes that stealing socks and tweezers from a business does nothing to bring about justice in the Martin case.  Joining Steven in this “Great American Panel” discussion on the 3/28/12 edition of the Fox News Channel’s “Hannity” is host Sean Hannity, congressional candidate Jesse Kelly and author Paula Broadwell.

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