George Zimmerman Is A Registered Democrat And Voted For Barack Obama

July 18, 2013 5:52 pm0 commentsViews: 10880

Obama voter George Zimmerman


When the media and the prosecutor in the Trayvon Martin case tries to paint George Zimmerman as a racist "white" hispanic, they forgot a few details, like looking at the mans actual life. But then again, we all know how hard it is for the powers that be in the media to look at real facts.

According to his brother, George Zimmerman was a registered democrat, worked to elect Barack Obama, had a black business partner, helped out underprivileged black kids in his neighborhood and is everything but a racist. he is also register to vote as a Hispanic, not a Caucasian. But we didn't hear anything about that before, during and after the sensational trial that portrayed Zimmerman as a crazed neighborhood watchman spewing racial slurs at an innocent kid walking through his community with a bag of skittles and an iced tea.

The reason we didn't hear about the real George Zimmerman was because that didn't fit the narrative the media, the President and race-baiters like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton wanted to present so they could stir things up. And stirring things up is what they do best.

Read more below from Breitbart.com and then watch the interview with Zimmerman's brother after that:

Media coverage of the George Zimmerman shooting of Trayvon Martin has been skewed for months by wild charges of racism against George. NBC News infamously edited tape of Zimmerman to make it appear that he thought Martin was suspicious thanks to his race; CNN reported that Zimmerman had used a racial slur during his 911 call. That thematic stretched all the way to the White House, with President Obama suggesting that Zimmerman was acting out of racism, since as Obama put it, “If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon.”

The truth is far different. Not only was Zimmerman not a racist – he had a black business partner, has Afro-Peruvian roots, and helped out underprivileged black kids in his neighborhood – he also was a supporter of the very president who would later slander him by innuendo. As Robert, George’s brother, told me, George is “a registered Democrat. He registered as a Hispanic. He kind of did some internal family campaigning for Obama.”

George supported Obama, Robert explained, because “He was like many young people who thought that the president’s club had been a club of white men since our founding, and that there really wasn’t a good reason for that, except that the right man for the job who happened to be black had not come along, and that electing a man who happened to be biracial or multiracial like we were, would reflect not just a situation that we found ourselves in ethnically in our family, but the reality of where America had come, which is that we are a melting pot of cultures and we are a diverse society.

“Ironically,” Robert added, “the man who he campaigned for within his family was the same man seemingly indicting him in a way from the Rose Garden years later.”

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