George Zimmerman Says It Was “God’s Plan” For Trayvon Martin To Die

Hey! Guess what? George Zimmerman said a bunch of terrible things! I know, I know. It’s shocking. Who would have expected that from a man who killed a teenage boy and also is quite well known for having abused the women in his life?

Although Zimmerman has declined interviews all over the place, he did agree to an exclusive one with esteemed journalist, George Zimmerman’s Divorce Lawyer. Why? Because now he feels he can finally speak his feelings without the President putting a hit out on him, or something.

In the original video I thought I thought we were very constrained in what I could and couldn’t say because of the Department of Justice investigation that was held above my head. I feel that now is the perfect time to speak my mind without fear of retaliation by the president, the attorney general, the federal government etc.

If you happen to be a masochist, you can watch that here. In the meantime, let us discuss some of the highlights, shall we?

First of all, he is really mad at Obama for inventing racism and racial tensions for the purpose of making George Zimmerman look bad!

Q.

George you mentioned unfairness and if you had to point to a government agency or official, who do you think the highest level of fairness to your personal situation?

A.

By far, the President of the United States, Barack Hussein Obama. He had the most authority and in that sense I would hold him in the highest regard believing that he would hold that position and do his absolute hardest to not inflame racial tensions in America.

Unfortunately after even after Jay Carney, his press secretary stated in the White House briefing that the White House will not interject in a local law enforcement matter and at most a state criminal matter, President Obama held his Rose Garden speech stating if I had a son he would look like Trayvon. To me that was clearly a dereliction of duty pitting Americans against each other solely based on race. He took what should have been a clear-cut self-defense matter and still to this day on the anniversary of incident he held a ceremony at the White House inviting the Martin-Fulton family and stating that they should take the day to reflect upon the fact that all children’s lives matter. Unfortunately for the president I’m also my parent’s child and my life matters as well. And for him to make incendiary comments as he did and direct the Department of Justice to pursue a baseless prosecution he by far overstretched, overreached, even broke the law in certain aspects to where you have an innocent American being prosecuted by the federal government which should never happen.

AW. It is so weird that anyone would want to comfort the grieving family of a child who died rather than the woman-beating sociopath who shot him. Totally weird. Also totally weird how Barack Obama is singlehandedly responsible for people thinking it was a poor idea for George Zimmerman to shoot a kid for committing the crime of walking in his neighborhood. You know, because before he said anything, everyone thought George Zimmerman was a great guy who was not at all entirely full of shit!

But that’s not even the most jarring part of this! The worst part, by far, is where he has the fucking gall to say that it would be “almost blasphemous” to wish that Trayvon Martin was not dead, because his death was part of “god’s plan.”

Q.

George how about the actual event itself. Do you wish you had turned different?

A.

I answered that question in my initial interview with Sean Hannity. On different perspectives with me as a Christian I believe that God does everything for a purpose, and he had his plans and for me to second guess them would be hypocritical and almost blasphemous. However as an individual I’ve done a lot of soul-searching and the conclusion that many professionals and, have conveyed to me and I have come to adopt is that it only in a true life or death scenario can you have mental clearness to know that you cannot feel guilty for surviving. Had I had a fraction of the thought that I could have done something differently, acted differently so that both of us who survived then I would have heavier weight on my shoulders. That sense in the back of my mind but in all fairness you cannot as a human feel guilty for living, for surviving.

Wow! That is an actual horrible thing to say! So like, by this George Zimmerman logic here, we can all just go out and start murdering people, and that would pretty much be OK because if it happened then it’s god’s plan for us? That does not seem right. I am not religious, but that definitely does not seem right at all.

Despite the outcome of the trial, we all know he wasn’t in any kind “life or death” situation, which only makes his comments even more nauseating. But still–even if he really, really, truly thought he was in one–how do you not have an ounce of empathy? Like, how is it even possible to not feel anything? To not feel badly for taking another human’s life? To not feel badly for the hurt and pain their family is going through?

To me, the lack of feeling any guilt on his part doesn’t make him seem more innocent to me, it makes him seem like a sociopath. I can tell you–if I were to kill someone, even if it were a 100% life or death situation–I think I would lose my mind. I cannot imagine having to mentally reconcile the idea that I would then be, for the rest of my life, a person who killed someone.

I am not a religious person and I don’t believe in god–but it seems blasphemous as hell, to me, for George Zimmerman to be claiming that God was in charge of him killing Trayvon Martin. I mean, who does he think he is now? Moses? Abraham? He thinks god sent him to go take some kid’s life? That is completely absurd. What kind of god has a “plan” for George Zimmerman to kill a teenager?

I guess now that he’s gotten it all out, the only thing we can do is hope he retreats back to Florida and goes the hell away for good and doesn’t beat or murder anybody for at least a few months so we don’t have to look at his rotten face.

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