Did Zimmerman Jeopardize His Appeal Against NBC
Written by scrodriguez.
Here we go again same (expletive), different toilet. George Zimmerman is playing the blame game again. This time he has pointed the finger at President Barack Obama stating that our president is to blame for racial tensions surrounding the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.
Of course we expect the typical “I am not to blame” campaign headed by Zimmerman. after all his past clearly proves this right? I mean it wasn’t his fault that he was following an unarmed teen in the middle of the night first by car then by foot he didn’t create any scenario at all that would leave a kid to feel threatened no not good ole Georgie.
George follows the book, respects the law. (snark) I mean that is evidenced by him disregarding the neighborhood watch handbook guide in which the Director of neighborhood watch clearly stated, time and time again, not to follow anybody. The handbook clearly states you are the eyes and ears for law enforcement — not the vigilante. George’s actions remind me of a statement made at his trial by Rachel Jentel.
In fact, George was even reminded this on his non-emergency call when he reported a suspicious looking black teen walking through the Retreat at Twin Lakes. And of course, after several neighborhood watch meetings, after having read the handbook given to him and being reminded on the non-emergency call not to follow, George did not follow those instructions. In the end, he said it was Trayvon’s fault for his own death.
Oh wait – maybe it was the dispatcher’s fault for asking if he wanted to meet the arriving officer at the mailbox. Maybe it was the day of the week’s fault because he and Shellie always grocery shopped on Sunday evenings after he cooked dinner for her – although Shellie had left George the day before and was at her dad’s.
Fast forward since his acquittal, Zimmerman has had several run-ins with the law. The 1st run in was with his estranged wife Shellie Zimmerman. George with his new girlfriend, showed up at his father-in-law’s house and got into a physical altercation and assaulted his father-in-law. George also threatened Shellie and her dad, and menacing reached into his shirt where he was known to wear a shoulder holster. George destroyed Shellie’s iPad contained video evidence that would have put George away for a hot minute. And of course, whose fault was it? Why it sure wasn’t George’s fault. Ask his supporters. Ask his brother. Ask George.
The next incident occurred with Samantha Schiebe. George and Samantha were at odds and once again, George with his relationship under distress couldn’t handle it. He resorted to violence. George is said to have reached into a bag, pulled out a Kel Tech shotgun, used the butt of it to break Samantha’s glass table, and then pointed the gun at Samantha as she was on the phone with 911.
George then barricaded himself inside Samantha’s with her locked out. It took authorities a bit of time to gain entry to the house and make an arrest. Once they did, photographic evidence of the home confirms Samantha’s side of the story. Yet somehow, Georgie got her to recant and yes, the same wash, rinse and repeat pattern developed where none of it was George’s fault.
Following that, we had a report that George was involved in a road rage incident threatening a man on the road. The next day, George showed up at this man’s job and was waiting in the parking lot. When law enforcement arrived, he got a slap on the wrist and was sent on his way.
Then there was the wine bottle incident and again, it was not George’s fault. He is just a poor victim with a ton of bad luck…. My ass he is.
Today it’s all about President Barack Obama. All the sudden, it’s the President’s fault for creating racial tensions regarding the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. I would like to know exactly where George gets this idea from. The President never said anything that created racial tensions and if he is hinging that based on Obama’s statement “if I had a son he would look like Trayvon,” George is really stretching it with this accusation. Of course if President Obama had a son, he would not look like Justin Beiber.
If George’s belief is based off the fact that many, including myself ,believe he is guilty, well then all I have to say is welcome to earth. We have a right to believe what we believe. We have a right to view this from a different perspective that does not insert NRA ideology or 2nd amendment scare tactics. This had nothing to do with our 2nd amendment rights or our self-defense rights. However, many who are advocates of the 2nd amendment and or self-defense laws jumped on the Zimmerman bandwagon simply because they believed those rights were being put in jeopardy.
Why would they think that though? Well obviously, the recent string of shootings leading up to the death of Trayvon Martin would lead them to assume change is going to be made. The point I am making here is this isn’t about self-defense. This isn’t about 2nd amendment rights. It’s about a responsible adult who is licensed to carry a firearm, following a kid at night and not once identifying to the kid who he is. George ignored both the rules of Neighborhood watch and the advice of NEN.
Had Zimmerman followed that advice he wouldn’t be subjected to what he is facing today. In fact, had he followed advice he may have actually been able to become a police officer as he once inspired to be. But George has played and is going to play by George’s rules. It’s his world.
I just find it comical that George is attempting to claim that the President Barack Obama is responsible for the racial tensions. Well Georgie, my response to this is quite simple. Mr. Zimmerman, in the interview, you put clear emphasis on Barack Obama’s middle name. So you tell me who is creating racial tensions here?
In addition how can you first blame MSNBC for creating racial tensions, then turn around and now say it was the president? I think you just shot your appeal in the foot, son.
And just a friendly reminder — NBC editing the non-emergency call had nothing to do with creating any racial tensions. They didn’t add anything to the recording and nobody made you say what you said on that call. Weather you said what I believe you did or not, the point is I hear what I hear and nobody has forced me to interpret that racial slur. To my ears it’s quite clear what you said on that call.
You are a grown man. It is time you start to own up to your garbage and stop pointing the finger at everybody else. You put yourself in these positions. Nobody forces you to get hinged up in situations like this. So, if you are unhappy with how your life is turning out, perhaps you need to sit down and re-evaluate the choices you are making because in the end, the choices we make are what lead us to where we end up in life…
In short Grow the F**k up
Posted on 03/24/2015, in Cases, Conceal Carry & SYG, George and Shellie Zimmerman, Uncategorized and tagged George Zimmerman, NBC, President Obama, Shellie, Trayvon Martin. Bookmark the permalink. 49 Comments.