George Zimmerman, the neighborhood-watch vigilante who killed unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin four years ago, has always been a man of great piety. He’s remarked philosophically that taking Martin’s life was God’s plan:
“I believe God has his plans, and for me to second-guess them would be hypocritical, almost blasphemous.”
He then affirmed his belief in the Almighty after he retweeted a photo of his victim’s dead body, saying that had been an honest mistake:
“As many have learned about me throughout my trial and subsequent events, I hold my Christian values very close. I believe that me knowingly re-tweeting that image, would not be looked upon favorably by God; therefore I would not do it.”
Zimmerman, who was found not guilty in 2013, has just found another way to express what a devoted follower of Jesus’ principles he is: he’ll be auctioning off the Kel-Tec PF-9 nine-millimeter pistol he used in the
murder incident. Yes, he still has it, and it works great, despite
… attempts by the Department of Justice on behalf of B. Hussein Obama to render the firearm inoperable,
… as the teen-slayer put it on the charming auction page at GunBroker.com.
I am honored and humbled to announce the sale of an American Firearm Icon. The firearm for sale is the firearm that was used to defend my life and end the brutal attack from Trayvon Martin on 2/26/2012.
Zimmerman added that the money from the auction will go to a good cause: to wit, it will be used to
… “fight [Black Lives Matter] violence against Law Enforcement officers” and to “ensure the demise of Angela Correy’s persecution career and Hillary Clinton’s anti-firearm rhetoric,” though he hasn’t expounded upon how. Corey is the special prosecutor who was appointed by Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) to investigate the death of Trayvon Martin.
The auction text oozes class, even ending with a Latin saying.
Now is your opportunity to own a piece of American History. Good Luck. Your friend, George M. Zimmerman ~Si Vis Pacem Para Bellum~
That means “If you want peace, prepare for war.”
Bidding starts at $5,000.
(Photo via Seminole County Sheriff’s Office)