George Zimmerman Flops On Attempt To Sell Gun
It’s been said by some on this blog that we anticipated hearing from George Zimmerman soon. He’s been quiet since his suspension off Twitter for tweeting revenge porn. In these past months, I’ve refrained from writing about that, in addition to writing about other things that Zimmerman does or that involves him. Today, I’m writing about him to send a message to America — THANK YOU for not allowing Zimmerman to taint the memory of Trayvon Martin. Thank you for not allowing Zimmerman to capitalize on the anger, rage, and pain that he caused on the rainy night of February 26, 2012.
The “most hated man in America” received his gun back from the DOJ, who had possession of it since his state trial ended on July 13, 2013. Zimmerman’s best friend, Mark Osterman, called Zimmerman “the most hated man in America” in the title of his book. Osterman wrote that book before Zimmerman stood trial and as we have seen, everything that Zimmerman has ventured upon since the end of his trial has proven that people do not like him.
Yesterday, the media announced that Zimmerman was auctioning off the Kel-Tec PF-9 9mm gun that he used to kill Trayvon Martin. The auction was to open this morning on GunBroker.com, starting at $5,000. When I read that, I wondered if having the weapon caused Zimmerman such pain, then why not have it destroyed rather than selling it for popularity purposes. I mean, he purchased it for less than $300 so why would he think its minimum value is $5,000? Is he putting a value on it that he thinks is the equivalent of Trayvon’s life? Is he putting a value on it because he thinks his own name is worth that much? Or, is that his price to kill?
Now, it doesn’t matter what his reasons or intentions were, because the auction site cancelled the auction.
Attorney Lisa Bloom tweeted today that Zimmerman planned to use the money from the auction to fight the Black Lives Matter movement. The video below that reports on Zimmerman’s statements to an Orlando news source verifies that claim. Ahhhh. That makes sense. Now that the Department of Justice has officially closed their civil rights violation case against Zimmerman by returning his gun, he can unzip and expose himself all the way —- he really doesn’t like Black people and stereotypes them.
I’ve shared on this blog that I came to the internet in 2012 after having a dream about Trayvon Martin. In the dream, Trayvon was sitting at a desk holding up papers, throwing his head back while laughing. This morning, I remembered that dream. George Zimmerman is a big joke.