Posts tagged ‘george zimmerman’

Why Was Racism Introduced Following the Shooting Death of Trayvon Martin?

It seems apparent that this case was portrayed as racist from the beginning. One network went so far as to edit the police call from Zimmerman to make him appear to be a racist. Another introduced Zimmerman to us as a “white/Hispanic,” in spite of the fact that Zimmerman sees himself as a Hispanic. He’s also a Democrat and voted for Obama in 2008, but that wasn’t newsworthy.

Continue Reading August 12, 2013 at 6:27 PM 2 comments

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

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.

Continue Reading July 22, 2013 at 2:02 PM

What Do George Zimmerman and Roderick Scott Have in Common?

In 2009, a man was asleep on his couch when he heard noises outside. He grabbed his gun, told his girlfriend to call 911, then went outside. Once there, he confronted three youths who were attempting to break into a neighbor’s vehicle.

Continue Reading July 22, 2013 at 11:21 AM

Everything We Learned About Trayvon Martin…

Let me say that the situation surrounding Martin’s death is tragic. I’m sure it could have been avoided, if Zimmerman had not bothered with Martin at all. Unfortunately, to try this thing in the newspaper and on the Internet is absolutely wrong and reprehensible.

Continue Reading March 28, 2012 at 2:31 PM 2 comments


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