Tuesday, August 18, 2015

George Zimmeran's Painting of the Confederate Flag

George Zimmerman owes big bucks to attorneys for representing him in a politically driven murder trial two years ago.  Zimmerman shot Trayvon Martin, "an unarmed teen," as the media likes to describe him.  Martin, however, was armed with his fists and a really bad attitude, and sucker punched Zimmerman before sitting on Zimmerman's chest and pounding his head into the cement. 

Unfortunately for the "unarmed teen," Zimmerman wasn't.  Unarmed, that is.  Scratch one punk.

Since Martin was black, he was a member of the Dalai Lama Tribe of the Ebony Epidermis, the DLTEE, a sacred group who are never wrong, never at fault, and always the victim, no matter what the circumstances.  So a politically driven, leftist district attorney decided to try Zimmerman for second degree murder.  One cannot shoot a member of the DLTEE even in self-defense, because, as noted above, such people are never at fault, never responsible, and always victims of unrelenting white Hispanic racism.  Alas for the High Priestess of the DLTEE, Zimmerman was acquitted on all charges in 2013.  Charges, that according to the police, should never have been brought.

Now George Zimmerman has turned to painting artwork to sell, so he can pay his enormous legal bills.  His paintings are fetching large sums.  His latest painting is of the Confederate Battle Flag, and was inspired by Florida Gun Supply owner Andy Hallinan, who displays a Confederate flag in his gun store.  Halliman declared his gun store to be a "Muslim-Free Zone" and is being sued by CAIR, a Muslim "civil rights" group.  Zimmerman's painting is partially in support of Halliman.  Zimmerman adds:
"My confederate flag painting also represents the hypocrisy of political correctness that is plaguing this nation."
  Read about it here.

This blog has supported George Zimmerman from the get-go, after learning the facts of the case early on.  We were incensed over the political show-trial to which Zimmerman was subjected, and wish him the best.

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