Jay-Z Sees Zimmerman Conspiracy: NRA “Funding Him Because They Want To Hold Onto Their Guns”

July 25, 2013 11:25 amViews: 4377

Jay Z NRA Zimmerman Conspiracy

I can understand people being angry with the Zimmerman verdict, especially when they completely ignore the actual evidence presented in court. What is hard to understand though is the ridiculous conspiracy stories that Hollywood lefties and music mogul nutcases like Obamabot rapper Jay-Z come out with in light of the Zimmerman verdict. Unfortunately their misdirected anger is based on years of brainwashing by the main stream media.

Jay-Z is said to have followed the case closely and then was "really angry" when Zimmerman was found not guilty. Jay-Z, as well as other race baiters like Al Sharpton claim that Zimmerman was chasing Trayvon, but if you read the actual 911 call transcript you would see that when Zimmerman was told by the  dispatcher (who carries no authority by the way) not to follow the suspect, Zimmerman responded with a simple, "OK" and then proceeded to walk back to either his car or some place else near the complex clubhouse to meet with the police. That's when Trayvon attacked him and Trayvon got shot.

Even when the actual evidence clearly shows Zimmerman did not follow Trayvon, Jay-Z apparently can't parse that information into a coherent reality and then goes so far as to make up a ridiculous conspiracy theory that Zimmerman is being funded by big business and the NRA. No kidding. Jay-Z claims the funding is coming from the NRA because "they want to hold on to their guns."

Yea Jay-Z, we do want to hold on to our guns. There's this thing called the 2nd Amendment you know.

Read more on the goofy conspiracy Jay-Z interview from Radio.com below:

An extensive interview with Jay Z has revealed that the rapper was “angry” at the outcome of the George Zimmerman verdict, a case he followed closely through its duration.

In the interview with Elliott Wilson of Rap Radar, Wilson brought up President Barack Obama’s statement on the verdict, which the MC called “amazing,” after which Wilson asked point blank for the rapper’s thoughts on the trial’s finale.

“I was really angry,” Jay said. “I didn’t sleep for two days. We all knew there was still a bit of racism in America, but for it to be so blatant was… if you just asked the questions, asked yourself the question, ‘Didn’t Trayvon have a right to stand his ground?’ He was being chased and he fought back.”…

Hov then turns to the business side of the case, including his opinion of who’s on side Zimmerman’s side.

“Even a part of it has gotta be about business. They’re funding George Zimmerman because they want to hold onto their guns, so the NRA… your mind can go so many places about why this verdict came down the way it came down, and we all know it was wrong. It was wrong! This guy’s not a professional. First of all, you’re not a professional to profile someone. Professionals are taught not to profile someone. This guy’s a novice. This guy’s a f**king mall cop. You can’t assess a situation and figure out what you’re gonna do. That’s not what you do for a living.

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