George Zimmerman, the wanna-be neighborhood watchman who stalked, shot and killed unarmed teen Trayvon Martin, sparking a raging nationwide debate on race, guns and the repeated unjustified murders of black boys, says he has no regrets about shooting Trayvon and views the whole incident as “part of God’s plan.”
Zimmerman, who is out on $1 million bail while he awaits trial on second-degree murder charges in Trayvon’s death, recounted his version of events leading up to the fatal shooting and told Sean Hannity on Fox News that there wasn’t a single thing he would have done differently that rainy February night when he got out of his car, followed Martin and got into a fatal scuffle with the 17-year-old.
“I feel that it was all God’s plan, and for me to second guess it or judge it…” he said, trailing off in the interview, conducted Wednesday afternoon and aired later that evening. When Hannity asked, “Is there anything you might do differently?” Zimmerman said without hesitation, “No, sir.”
Later, at the very end of the interview, after a commercial break—and no doubt a firm lecture from his lawyer about just how insensitive and foul he sounded saying he didn’t regret TAKING TRAYVON’S LIFE and that God plotted it all out for him—Zimmerman came back on camera and asked to “readdress” his statement. “I do wish that there was something, anything I could have done that would have put me in the position that I wouldn’t have to take his life. I’m sorry that this happened. I hate to think that because of this incident, because of my actions, that it’s polarized and divided America,” he said, adding that he prays “daily” for Trayvon’s parents.
You know what I hate? That this narcissistic, delusional bastard never once said in that entire interview that he was sorry for TAKING TRAYVON’S LIFE. In fact, clearly, he’s strutting around Florida, spending up all the murder cash he’s collected on his website for his “defense,” totally working out in his mind that slaying somebody’s child was meant to be. Like, it was totally the most awesome way to buy himself into a cushy life with his wife and become some kind of sick icon.
Of course, Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon’s parents, called Zimmerman on his bull with a quickness. “George Zimmerman said that he does not regret getting out of his vehicle, he does not regret following Trayvon, in fact he does not regret anything he did that night. He wouldn’t do anything different and he concluded it was God’s plan,” the couple said in a statement issued through their attorney. “We must worship a different God because there is no way that MY God would have wanted George Zimmerman to KILL my teenage son,” Tracy Martin added.
How awesomely convenient for George Zimmerman to have the run of the mic on Fox News—a place where he’s guaranteed a softball, sympathetic interview that can go unbalanced and unchecked. I can’t WAIT until they put his slimy, sleezy, lying behind in the hot seat, facing real questions from prosecutors, in front of a judge and under the bright lights of justice and a God who very clearly states in His commandments, “Thou shalt not kill.” Yessir. #Justice4Trayvon
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