Zimmerman Is Nobody’s Victim

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The more George Zimmerman’s family and friends speak out, the clearer it becomes just how warped your brainwaves have to be to mesh with their circle. No matter how many new details about Zimmerman’s killing of Trayvon Martin come forth and prove what a crock much of what his claims are, his supporters continue to clamor to this idea that it’s George who is the victim – one of racism at that. The Daily Caller has a letter a Zimmerman family member penned to the NAACP in which they accuse the organization of being racist and endangering the life of George. Evidently, missing irony is a family trait.

In the letter, the family member says to Seminole County, Fla. NAACP president Turner Clayton: “It’s time for you to end the race issue in this matter and call for cooler heads to prevail. If something happens to George as a result of the race furor stirred up by this mischaracterization of George there will be blood on your hands as well as the rest of the racists that have rushed to judgment.”

And if your heart hasn’t started to ache yet: “There has been an unprecedented rush to judge George regardless of the facts. The Black community as a whole has turned their backs and blindly followed the furor stirred up by self-proclaimed leaders of your community. These leaders have rallies and chant horrible things of a person they know nothing about.” Even better is this claim that Zimmerman was one of the “very few” in Sanford, Florida who spoke out publicly about the “beating of the Black homeless man Sherman Ware on December 4, 2010 by the son of a Sanford police officer.”

Hey, Secret Family Member? I see your “spoke out” and raise you a slaughter of an unarmed Black teenager. It’s not just one of George’s kin egging on this “you Blacks are always so racial about racism” mantra, though. The always transparent and consistently covertly racist FOX News had one of its anchors offer a similar sentiment via a poorly conceived comparison of George Zimmerman to Emmett Till.

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