George Zimmerman Helps Rescue People But Still the Question: Why Was He Following Them?

July 22, 2013 at 2:02 PM

Zimmerman Helps Rescue People But Still the Question: Why Was He Following Them?

George Zimmerman as BigfootThis is a true story, but it unfortunately has some ironic implications solely because it involves George Zimmerman. You know, the guy who shot a “child” in cold blood, after Z’s nose had been broken and his head was being pounded against pavement.

At any rate, according to, “George Zimmerman, who has been in hiding since he was acquitted of murder in the death of Trayvon Martin, emerged to help rescue a family who was trapped in an overturned vehicle, police said today.”

Was Zimmerman actually in hiding as ABC states? I don’t know, but that’s what the news is assuming. Is it because Zimmerman is inside someplace? If that’s the definition, then I’m hiding too because my office is in my home.

Then again, if you were the target of known race-baiters who wanted you dead, what would you do? Fortunately, Zimmerman came out of “hiding” long enough to offer help as a Good Samaritan.

The article goes onto say, “Zimmerman was one of two men who came to the aid of a family of four — two parents and two children — trapped inside a blue Ford Explorer SUV that had rolled over after traveling off the highway in Sanford, Fla. at approximately 5:45 p.m. Thursday, the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement.”

The story also notes that this accident happened “less than a mile from where Zimmerman shot Martin.” Obviously, that proves it. Zimmerman was very likely home at the time of the crash, or skulking around some bushes lying in wait for the next black thug that dared to walk through Z’s neighborhood. He didn’t care if they had Skittles or not. They were not getting past him! He would bet his Arizona Watermelon Juice Cocktail on it!

The article finishes by noting, “It’s the first known sighting of Zimmerman since he left the courtroom following his acquittal last week on murder charges for the death of Martin.”

So Zimmerman is now Bigfoot? We’ve now relegated him to “sightings”? I can picture two overweight, geeky nerds tip toeing through the woods for their chance to see George Zimmerman in the wild.

But what makes this story funny is the way people are reacting to it, based on all the leftist gobbledygook spewed at Zimmerman after his arrest and during the trial. Here are a few examples.

Someone else responded with…

Then someone took a completely different direction, focusing on the truck the victims were in when Zimmerman helped pull them out.

Thoughts like this will probably be taken seriously and come out eventually…

And here are two of my favorites:

During times like this, when racists seem to get all the attention, it’s nice to take a break and have a chuckle or two. The reality is that with respect to Trayvon, so much of his character was created by the media that simply wasn’t true and the same amount of work was done to destroy anything good about Zimmerman, which also wound up not being true.

History will ultimately show that George Zimmerman was not a racist and did not profile Trayvon Martin. It will also ultimately show that Trayvon Martin was not anywhere near the angel he has been made out to be.

Sooner than soon, the left will forget about Trayvon and move onto something else, something they’ve either created or a crisis that they will use in their continual and concerted effort to destroy the rights of Americans like you and me. The government wants our guns. They want to restrict our rights. They want to overload society with their abhorrence for freedom and they really don’t care how they do it.

But for a few minutes, we can sit back and laugh at the precision with which some people use humor to break up the tension and monotony that exists within society. They do us a favor and I thank them.

Entry filed under: Gun Control, Life in America, Political Correctness, Politically Correct, Politics, Racism. Tags: , .

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