Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Zimmerman Saves Family from Car Wreck-Liberals Still Hate Him, Think It Was Staged

George Zimmerman, the man that liberals hate for defending himself and the man that a president uses to fan racial divide and to distract from his scandals, saved a family from a fiery car wreck when he pulled them out of their overturned vehicle.

Liberal hate-talkers such as Bill Press and Stephanie Miller have already gone on record saying it doesn't matter if he saved anyone, he's still a "murderer."  Much like Ted Kennedy I suppose.  Who cares if he supposedly "helped" millions of poor people (where libs came up with that number, who knows) he still let a woman drown, right?  They're also already putting forth the conspiracy theory that it was staged to "rehabilitate his image."

It didn't take long for the left to show their ignorance and hate full throttle towards an innocent man.  Careful firefighters and police officers of the world.  Careful the next time you rescue someone from a fire or stop a rape in progress, the left will most certainly doubt your sincerity and heroism.


1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wouldn't be so quick to say Zimmerman is "innocent" but the simple fact is that the only one who truly knows what happened that night is Zimmerman himself. A lack of evidence doesn't mean a crime hasn't been committed. In my opinion, though, there wasn't enough evidence to bring up charges in the first place, especially murder.

That being said, the court found him innocent and he won't be tried again so there's no reason for the media to keep harping on about this case. Similar cases happen all the time but this one gained national attention only due to the fact a "white Hispanic" (interestingly, there's no such thing as a "non-white Hispanic" on the U.S. census) shot an African-American,

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