George Zimmerman is a bully. He is the kid who comes to school and picks on the younger kid and then runs to the teacher to complain when the younger kid pops him one in the nose.
What if Trayvon had been a girl? George Zimmerman didn’t know who he was following. Trayvon could’ve had long hair hidden in that hood. If a girl had fought back after Zimmerman attacked, would his supporters have the same opinion? Would they say Zimmerman killed her in self-defense? Or would they question why an armed Zimmerman stalked and attacked her in the first place? It would seem Zimmerman is a bully who couldn’t wait to use his gun; it’s as simple as that.
George Zimmerman had the gall to tell Sean Hannity that killing Trayvon was, “G-d’s plan.” And Sean Hannity had the gall to sit across from him and not question such a ludicrous statement. At least we can be thankful Mr. Hannity didn’t knight Mr. Zimmerman a “great American.”
If George Zimmerman is found not guilty he will be back on his self-appointed patrol, with his handgun, doing G-d’s work and another killing is just a matter of time.
If you look at Zimmerman’s demeanor in court, you don’t need to study his demeanor; you just need to glance at it for his contempt is that strong. He has no remorse. He killed a seventeen year old boy; a boy that was walking home to watch the basketball playoffs with his little step-brother!
Zimmerman appears to be proud of himself, as if he rid the streets of some dangerous criminal. The question is, why are so many people in the media defending him? Why?
Many in the media are pushing this story as a black vs. white issue, it is not. George Zimmerman is Hispanic, and has always identified as such. This is confirmed in his job and various other applications where he checked off the box that said, Hispanic. He has never identified as white. It is the media who decided that he is white.
George Zimmerman is a bully. Bullies pick on those they expect will not fight back. If Trayvon Martin had been Aaron Hernandez, the New England Patriots tight end for the NFL, the only thing George Zimmerman would have said to him that night was, “Can I have your autograph?”
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