George Zimmerman Says He Wouldn’t Do Anything Differently: ‘It Was God’s Plan’ For Me To Kill Trayvon Martin

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George Zimmerman Says He Wouldn’t Do Anything Differently: ‘It Was God’s Plan’ For Me To Kill Trayvon Martin

George Zimmerman appeared on Sean Hannity’s show Wednesday night and said Trayvon Martin reached for his waistband and it intimidated him. He also said Trayvon Martin wasn’t running, but skipping away from him. He claims Trayvon Martin asked him what was his f*cking problem and punched him one time breaking his nose. He said as soon as he broke his nose he was disoriented and calling for help. He became disoriented and the teen punched him in the head several times — more than a dozen.

He said he feared for his life when Martin was banging his head against the concrete and wanted to get to the grass. He was able to get to the grass by shimming. Um, didn’t he claim he was disoriented? George Zimmerman said Trayvon Martin tried to suffocate him and kept telling him to shut up. He said Trayvon Martin put his hand over his mouth to silence him from shouting. He knew he was talking to the police and wanted the police to hear him. Trayvon Martin isn’t here to give his side of the story. This is bad, really bad.

He said he felt Trayvon Martin moving his hand down his chest to his holster to grab his gun. A lot of thoughts for someone who was disoriented. He is blaming the victim, who isn’t here to speak up for himself. There is no witness to the actual shooting but himself and Trayvon Martin. As usual Sean Hannity is on George Zimmerman’s side. He isn’t asking him tough questions. He’s leading him by the hand like they’re on a date. George Zimmerman said he didn’t realize Trayvon Martin was killed until he went to the police station. Um, big lie.

George Zimmerman says it was in God’s plan for what happened and he wouldn’t have done anything differently. He said he doesn’t regret following the teenager or having the gun. Sean Hannity asked why did he think Trayvon Martin came after him in that way. George Zimmerman couldn’t answer, but blames the media. He said he would tell Trayvon Martin’s parents that he is sorry. He loves his children even though they aren’t born yet. He prays for them daily. He said he would like to talk to them at some point. One thing I will give Sean Hannity is that he doesn’t seem to believe Trayvon Martin pursued George Zimmerman.

George Zimmerman said he believes he will prevail in court. He said he did not look over at Trayvon Martin at any time after he shot him. He didn’t know he was dead. Right. “I was scared, nervous after discharging my gun. Worried police would find me and shoot me,” Zimmerman said. He seems to think Rev. Al Sharpton and Spike Lee owe him an apology. Um, as though racial profiling doesn’t exist in this country.

George Zimmerman claims the inmates treated him differently and a few inmates made a sign of strength to him. Really, I wonder if those same inmates would make the same sign if he’s found guilty. What sign of strength? The Klan? Of course he won’t answer questions on the molestation accusation against him but gladly paints himself as the victim and Trayvon Martin as the aggressor.

Tracy Martin, Trayvon Martin’s father, said “We must worship a diff god bc no way that MY God would’ve wanted Zimmerman to kill my son.”

Watch George Zimmerman’s interview with Sean Hannity:

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Janet Shan is a freelance journalist, blogger and social media consultant. Janet specializes in political and social commentary, as well as business writing. She is the founder and managing editor of the Hinterland Gazette. She is putting the finishing touches on her new novel, a mystery based in the hills on Montego Bay, Jamaica.