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Gay man defends life by shooting attacker who was beating him to death

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In a tranquil town in Florida a homosexual man was taking a walk at night when he passed within sight of a black teenager on the phone.

That teenager believing the the man was a homosexual then proceeded to loop back around to confront him.  That confrontation consisted of the black man using bigoted terminology while knocking the gay man to the ground and beating his face in and smashing his head upon the concrete.

The gay man, instead of being beaten to death in this obvious hate crime, pulls out his pistol and shoots his bigoted attacker once in the chest.  The shot is fatal.  The gay man calls the police and they rule the shooting was justified.

Does this story sound familiar?  It is the scenario that played out between George Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin but through Martin’s perspective.

You see, the media in all their race baiting glory firstly assumed that Zimmerman was white, because Jorge Mesa shooting a black guy isn’t really all that newsworthy to them.  Once it was made known he was of Peruvian descent they doubled down by inventing the term “white Hispanic”…you know, whatever can keep the racism angle going.

What they failed to address was the fact that Trayvon Martin was a gay bashing homophobe.

In recalling her conversation with Martin, Rachel Jeantel discussed that Trayvon attacked Zimmerman because he thought he was gay.  It doesn’t matter that Zimmerman isn’t, Martin BELIEVED that he was and as such decided that the gay man was in need of some bashing…you know…just to let him know that he, Trayvon, doesn’t swing that way.

The national liberal media, as expected, embraced this news with thunderous silence.  Because heaven help them if Zimmerman really was gay and a GUN saved him from being beaten to death by a bigoted gay basher, the meltdown would be epic.  Or most likely they would just stop covering the story completely and try to make it disappear as fast as possible.

At the end of the day you still have these facts:

A member of the community watch taking a walk to keep an eye out for ne’er do wells runs across a gay bashing bigot who attacks him and tries to kill him.

Bottom line…a gun stopped a gay basher in the middle of his hate crime. Everyone has a right to defend themselves regardless of race, creed, color or orientation…of both themselves and their attacker.

How’s that taste liberal media?

  • MaddMedic
  • swampsniper
  • http://bulletsfirst.wordpress.com bulletsfirst

    With any luck, NBC, the state of Florida and possibly the Federal government will all be chipping in large amounts of cash for slander, malicious prosecution and civil rights violations.

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  • Maphesdus

    What evidence is there to indicate or suggest that Trayvon Martin believed George Zimmerman was gay? How can you prove something like that? How did you come to that conclusion? Where is your proof?

    If your only evidence were that Trayvon Martin supposedly used insults like “faggot,” that would not, in and of itself, be sufficient evidence to prove that Trayvon Martin believed George Zimmerman to be gay. If Trayvon Martin did use such language (which he may not have), it’s possible he could have just been using the words as generic insults. If you were to call someone a faggot, that would not necessarily mean you actually thought they were gay. You may have been simply yelling a generic insult at them to make them angry.

    Also, how do you account for the fact that it was George Zimmerman who followed Trayvon Martin, and not the other way around?

    • Bullets First

      To answer your first point, the sworn testimony of Rachel Jeantel and the subsequent interview she gave to Piers Morgan where she said the reason that Martin turned around and fought Zimmerman is because he as a gay rapist.

      So no, not the language that he used but rather his frame of mind at the time.

      Zimmerman followed him…so? It’s a free country. Zimmerman didn’t start attacking Martin, but he wasn’t going to allow himself to be murdered for simply wanting to keep his neighborhood safe.

      • Maphesdus

        Okay, but how do you know who attacked who first?

        Also, I don’t think the right to stalk people is a protected freedom…

        • Bullets First

          Well the jury said so. So there’s that. Plus Jeantel testified that Martin doubled back to fight.

          Stalking? Really? If that’s the case then every neighborhood watch busybody in the country should be brought up on charges.

          Should Zimmerman just stopped following him, i guess. But he didn’t deserve to get beaten to death for wanting to keep his neighborhood safe.

          • Guest

            Most neighborhood watches don’t follow people around. That’s why it’s called neighborhood WATCH and not neighborhood FOLLOW. If someone decides to deliberately follow someone else around, then its their own fault if that person perceives them as a threat and decides to defend themselves.

          • Maphesdus

            Yes, but most neighborhood watches don’t follow people around. That’s why it’s
            called neighborhood WATCH and not neighborhood FOLLOW. If someone
            decides to deliberately follow someone else around, then its their own
            fault if that person perceives them as a threat and decides to defend
            themselves.

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  • Brandon Buck

    LOL – I cant even believe this is a real website. Surely this is something like The Onion, right? *sigh* I know you hate yourself, and I know sometimes at night you cry because your such a miserable person. Its ok, people can change. ;)

    • Michael

      The part about the gay man defending himself is great! Not sure where you are coming from. These types of things happen all the time. An armed citizen defends his life or others life from harm by a violent attacker. Its why the gun is called the great equalizer because it invalidates any disparity between attacker and defender and an armed man cannot be beat to death by a younger or stronger man. An old woman cannot be mugged and harmed by a 22 yo criminal ,and a 110 pound armed woman cannot be raped and beaten by a 250 lb man. If you are referring ot the Trayvon part, I am with you.

  • Michael

    I don’t think Trayvon attacked Zimmerman because he thought he was gay, I’m sorry but that is absurd. Its more than likely he attacked him because he thought he mat be a pedophile for stalking him. I am entirely for a persons right to defend themself but more than likely Trayvon attacked Zimmerman because he himself was in fear for his life or safety. Think about it, a young boy is mindng his own buisness and walking home from the store, some overzealous neighborhood watch volunteer, (an armed ‘I wish a motherfucker would’ type) sees him and calls 911, the operator tells him not to follow him, Zimmerman follows him anyway, Trayvon notices a man following him and becomes scared, Zimmerman closes the distance because ‘they cant get away this time’. and Trayvon fights back. Everyone here knows that the a dead person is one less story. If Zimmerman was killed Trayvon likely could have claimed fear for his life, he was confronted by a man in a place where he had every right to be. Don’t let your partisan B.S. or your stereotypes get in the way of reason and truth. Zimmerman came off from the beginning as a person who desperately wanted to use his gun and his complete disregard of the intructions not to follow the boy that was doing nothing wrong exemplifies that. Not to mention the constant trouble he has been in since. Not sure why it is that there is a certain type of person who defends Zimmerman no matter what without reason, just as there is a certain type of person who defends Martin no matter what without reason. To counter the predicatable response of Zimermans aquittal, he is only innocent in the eyes of the law. It boiled down to his word essentially and that doesn’t mean he didn’t do the wrong thing. I carry a gun everyday and I never would have acted in the manner that he did. He acted ignorantly and irresponsibly. Each and every one of you know, whether you want to scoff at the ‘race card’ or not, the he likely would not have called the police on a young white man walking down the street in khakis and a polo. If you think he would have you are not living in the reality of the real world. He saw a young black male in a hoodie walking down the street and called 911 for no reason. Which would have been fine if he let the police handle it and kept his ass in his home. Instead he stalked him which provoked a confrontation. It was irresponsible and uneccasary and no matter how many pictures you post of the young black man with gold teeth or messages of smoking marijuana (oh no!! white people!!!) in order to defame his character he did not have to die that night. If you think he did, you should be ashamed of yourself and your character.