The name George Zimmerman has unfortunately become a symbol of disgust and derision amongst the part of America that has been poisoned by lies, innuendo and carefully crafted deceit. They have created a portrait of a monster, where the truth in his background clearly demonstrates a person of personal conviction to be actually colorblind. This is a man with a documented history of volunteering to help blacks, his community, where many in his community and other communities across America merely sit and point fingers at the problems.
This is a man who grew up with blacks, who dated black women and for whom, when the FBI searched his background, was found not even a scintilla of evidence that could prove he had done anything racist or racially motivated. This same man, this American citizen who was persecuted by the mainstream media and race baiting pimps because of the color of his skin and not the content of his character, still may not get his just due.
This is because, last week, only scant days after a jury acquitted George Zimmerman of second degree and manslaughter charges he did what he has had a history of doing. Zimmerman helped people in distress. He, along with another man, assisted a family who were in an over turned SUV. He did not flee but instead went to help the family that had been in a serious car accident. The family was able to escape from the still smoking vehicle unharmed.
According to Newsmax, the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office reported Zimmerman did not “witness the accident,” but stopped to assist the trapped family. This appears to go against the narrative that Zimmerman has no conscience, or at least that is what the mainstream media would like the nation to believe.
This 29 year-old man volunteered to help his neighborhood as a leader of the neighborhood watch program and led the drive to bring justice for a black homeless man who was viciously beaten by a son of a white police officer in 2010. This same man did what is instinctive to him: help those in distress.
Now, Wednesday the family which had scheduled a press conference to discuss the accident and Zimmerman’s assistance has cancelled it for now. It appears, according to reports, that the family is distressed that the media would turn this act of kindness on Zimmerman’s part into an unjustifiable circus.
So the man, who was nearly lynched in the press by civil rights predator pretenders like Al Sharpton, will not be lauded for his efforts but will continue to be vilified. Zimmerman has the nerve to do something that others only talk about doing. George Zimmerman helped his fellow man again and again and again, while not seeking fame or fortune in doing so. That is called being a caring compassionate American citizen.