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Published On: Thu, Jul 25th, 2013

‘Left wing’ activist infiltrates George Zimmerman supporters with ‘Racist and Proud’ sign

A photo from the Houston pro-Zimmerman counter-rally of the NBPP anti-Zimmerman rally picked up by the AP shows a woman holding a sign that read, “Racist & Proud.”

Now it’s been revealed that the woman is “left wing activist” identified by The Houston Chronicle, identified her as Renee Vaughan. Vaughn was a plant, holding a sign that said, “We’re racist & proud.”

The Austin resident echoed the sign’s ugly sentiments by yelling, “We’re racist. We’re proud. We’re better because we’re white,” at the Martin group as they passed, according to the Chronicle.

The NY Daily News, which ran the photo, has since made a CORRECTION with the photo’s removal:

An earlier version story contained an error that said that a pro-Zimmerman protester held a sign saying, “We’re racist & proud” and shouted that slogan at pro-Trayvon Martin protesters. The woman displayed the sign in front of the pro-Zimmerman group, in an apparent attempt to mock them. It is unclear whether the woman, identified by the Houston Chronicle as Renee Vaughan, was involved with either group.

In an obvious effort to smear the Zimmerman supporters as racists with a leftist plant worked as the photo and comment was picked up and spread worldwide. The Gateway Pundit found that a “Renee Vaughn” from Austin worked for a far left environmental group, the Texas Campaign for the Environment.

 

(h/t Black & Right)

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