Stephen Colbert Takes On Florida's "Stand Your Ground" Law, Geraldo's Hoodie Comments
There's very little levity to be found in the Trayvon Martin case, and so far the satirists have stayed mostly away from the story. Well, last night Stephen Colbert took a swing at it by lampooning Republican candidates' reactions to President Obama's statements about the case, Geraldo Rivera's now-infamous hoodie comments, and Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law.
"A hooded sweetshirt can make an innocent teen look like a criminal, just like a suit and glasses can make Geraldo Rivera look like a journalist," Colbert zinged.
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