George Zimmerman’s Father Blasts Obama, NAACP & Black Caucus: “So Much Hate Coming From The President”
Isn’t a leader supposed to rise above have …
Robert Zimmerman, the father of George Zimmerman, stated in an interview with My Fox Orlando that he was shocked and never foresaw the level of hate coming from President Barack Obama, the NAACP and the Congressional Black Caucus. Every one is trying to gain notoriety or profit from this in some way. Zimmerman;s dad says he hopes at one point every one will go beyond the hate that they have.
“It’s my understanding that Trayvon Martin got on top of him and just started beating him,” the 64-year-old Robert Zimmerman said.
He said he felt his son has been portrayed in the wrong way. He also said he and his family have received death threats and asked that we not show his face on camera.
Because there has been a lot of break-ins in the area, Robert said George thought it suspicious that someone would not be walking on the street or the sidewalk on a rainy night — that Martin would be walking between the town homes. He said after making those observations, his son decided to call the police
Of course President Barack Obama had to interject himself into the death of Trayvon Martin and really did nothing more than fan the flames. Doing so before really any facts were known of the case. We can remember that Obama did the same thing in Massachusetts with the Cambridge police acted “stupidly” and was quick to cry racism.
“When I think about this boy, I think about my own kids,” Obama told reporters when asked about the case during a Rose Garden press conference.
The father of George Zimmerman says the 17-year old Trayvon Martin threatened to kill George Zimmerman and then beat him so badly that it forced his son to shoot him.
“Trayvon Martin said something to the effect of, ‘You’re going to die now’ or ‘You’re going to die tonight,’ something to that effect,” Robert Zimmerman told Orlando TV station WOFL. “He continued to beat George. At some point, George pulled his pistol. Did what he did.”