Stacy Swimp

Project 21

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Spokesman for Project 21, a black conservative group, and president of the Frederick Douglass Society, a free market group based in Michigan

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Nobody doubts that George Zimmerman went out with a gun or that he used it to kill Trayvon Martin.

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Nobody doubts that George Zimmerman went out with a gun or that he used it to kill Trayvon Martin.

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