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Maybe there is a bit of confusion regarding exactly what it means for something to be part of God’s plan. But George Zimmerman went there during an appearance with his good buddy Sean Hannity, claiming that God wanted him to shoot Trayvon Martin that night.
The comment is likely going to infuriate millions of people who don’t understand why a grown man with an issue with black men somehow feels that it was his right to shoot a young boy in cold b***d. Zimmerman is digging a hole that is deeper and deeper for himself, but ironically, there are millions who support him for exterminating a “young black thug,” even if it was for no good reason.
The case is shining a huge light on race relations in America, and showing all of us that things are not what we would like for them to be. When it comes to racism, America has a long way to go. In fact, it may end up tearing our country apart.
BlackBlueDog.com tells more:
On Wednesday night, George Zimmerman boldy stated that he had no regrets about what happened the day he fired the bullet that took 17-year-old Trayvon Martin’s life.
Zimmerman was being interviewed by conservative talk show host Sean Hannity on Fox News. It was his first interview since he killed Trayvon Martin.
“I feel like it was all God’s plan,”said Zimmerman.
At some point later in his interview, Zimmerman must have realized that saying it was “God’s plan” and that he had no regrets may not go over too well with his audience because he seemed to try and take back what he said.