FOX News' Dana Perino highlighted
the March murder
of a white toddler by two black teens in Georgia and accused the President of ignoring this "local crime" while politicizing another local crime, the death of Trayvon Martin.
"When you think of a young mother whose two year old son was shot in the face by two black teens who approached her in Atlanta, and that baby has died... Why do presidents choose to speak about one case and not the other?" said Perino on ABC over the weekend. "That's why it's better maybe not to talk about any of them; they chose to talk about this one."
The 13-month-old's death was evidently seen as a non-occassion for a national dialogue, suggested Perino, despite its shocking nature.
She further claimed that the President Obama's remarks on the Zimmerman specifically case were covertly intended to promote gun control and suggest that Stand Your Ground Laws should be nixed.
"I do think that the president is signaling," she said. "We're going to have to move on, good luck on Stand Your Ground."