If this is your hero, try harder.
Yeah, um, no
In an attempt to outdo Sean Hannity’s efforts to turn George Zimmerman into a hero, WorldNetDaily’s Jack Cashill is now writing a book that paints the killer as a conservative idol.
Let's not, shall we? If you've devoted any significant time whatsoever into writing an actual book attempting to turn ol' Quickdraw Zimmerman into a hero for your movement, you have my pity. Doubling down on the effort even after the man proves to be very
not right in the head, though—even among crackpots, there ought to be a lower bound. Cut your losses and just put out a calendar of kittens holding guns; that'll sell a hell of a lot more copies than your George Zimmerman fan fiction.
Cashill even blames two recent allegations of domestic abuse, including claims of violence from Zimmerman’s estranged wife and girlfriend, on the media.
He was a good man, until the media started hounding him for killing a teenager. Then he started waving guns around irresponsibly.
“If I Had A Son” tells how for the first time in the history of American jurisprudence, a state government, the U.S. Department of Justice, the White House, the major media, the entertainment industry and the vestiges of the civil rights movement conspired to put an innocent man in prison for the rest of his life.
That's the title? That's the premise? Oh, shut the hell up
already, you freak. I am personally going to hide an RFID chip in every last copy of your stupid-ass conspiracy book so that the government can track everyone who buys it. You have my word on that. It's FEMA camps for everyone, you little shits.