George Zimmerman Puts Painting Criticizing Justice System Up For Sale
Money-hungry maggot George “Triggerman” Zimmerman has found yet another shamelessly ridiculous way to try and make some money. He’s now selling a painting of the prosecutor who worked his case with a message about how flawed American justice system is in his eyes.
George Zimmerman hasn’t had anything to shoot in a while, so he’s still playing with this debt-paying arts-and-crafts thing where he trolls everyone with infantile comments on American justice, oh and also, stencils.
The multiple offender who still, amazingly, has guns and a driver’s license and freedom, let his brother unveil this breathtaking masterpiece of his Early Derp Period, titled “Angie.”
Unveiled Wednesday on Twitter, it’s a Shepard Fairey-esque rendering of Jacksonville state attorney Angela Corey, who tried Zimmerman for the death of Trayvon Martin—and whom G-Zimms has taken to calling “Angie Cakes.” Ever graceful in victory, you know.
It’s captioned: “I have this much respect for the American judicial system,” something George presumably fantasizes about Corey saying, although in a Freudian-Lacanian critical sense, given the hot colors, we could certainly imagine a certain amount of phallogocentric desire and projection on Georgie’s part.
This bum azz beyotch of a man has to be THE most aint isht person on the planet. SMH!