When I read that George Zimmerman – the 28 year old Floridian who murdered Trayvon Martin in cold blood – had been arrested I was like
And then the mainstream media was all
And I thought that was
But then when I found out he made bail by donation from second amendment enthusiasts I was like
Then I found out recently that he said in an interview with Sean Hannity that his murder of Trayvon was “God’s plan.” Here’s the quote from The LA Times:
In his first lengthy TV interview since killing Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman initially said Wednesday night that he did not regret anything that happened that night.
“I feel like it was all God’s plan,” he told conservative talk show host Sean Hannity on Fox News.
Near the end of the interview, he backtracked, saying he would tell the teen’s parents, “I’m sorry,” and that he would be open to talking to them about what happened.
“I can’t imagine what it must feel like. And I pray for them daily,” Zimmerman said.
The teenager’s father, Tracy Martin, said later in a telephone interview with the Associated Press: “We must worship a different God. There is no way that my God wanted George Zimmerman to murder my teenage son.”
and I was all
Because, I mean…
And then I realized
Because I don’t want to be all
But I mean you can’t be all
every time someone brings up God’s name, can you? I mean, can you? Can you? George Zimmerman is bringing God and guns into his defense. That’s straight out of the 1890′s lawyer playbook. It makes me feel all
Because, really? That’s your defense? “God”? A big invisible guy in the sky?
But then I thought about food and I was all
Because, at the end of the day, if dude really is going to bring God into this shit, he’s going to end up in hell anyway.
So I thought that, ate some food, and was all