George Zimmerman Sues the Trayvon Race Hoaxers
The word “bombshell” is really overused by the media these days, especially when used in connection to anything they say about President Trump. Instead of bombshells, they always end up being duds.
We’ve come across a new documentary, however, that fully qualifies as a bombshell. The film is called “The Trayvon Hoax: Unmasking the Witness Fraud That Divided America.”
You can rent it on Amazon, Vimeo and other streaming services, and we recommend that you do so. It’s well worth your time and money to see it, and unlike anything with “Star Wars” in its title these days, you won’t want to hang yourself with your shoelaces after watching it.
Following the release of the film, George Zimmerman has filed a $100 million lawsuit against all of the perpetrators who committed a major fraud against him in order to score racial political points for the Obama administration. Good for him.
Recap: In 2012, Trayvon Martin viciously attacked and attempted to murder George Zimmerman, a Hispanic Obama supporter. Zimmerman shot and killed Martin in a clear-cut case of self-defense. This wasn’t even a stand your ground case under Florida law. Zimmerman may have been beaten to the point of death if he hadn’t drawn his concealed sidearm and plugged his attacker.
Obama then mouthed off about it and the Justice Department got involved, and Zimmerman amazingly was put on trial for murder by the state of Florida. The trial and the resulting racial animus against him (the media portrayed him as a white guy), destroyed George Zimmerman’s life. He had to drop out of college because of death threats from the New Black Panthers. To this day, George Zimmerman can’t walk around in public. He can’t even hold down a job and his family is in hiding, due to constant death threats from Black Lives Matter and other groups. Someone tried to kill him in 2015, firing a shot at his head which barely missed.
But the story gets much worse. The star witness in the Zimmerman trial was a woman originally identified as Diamond Eugene. She was Trayvon Martin’s girlfriend and one of the last people to speak to him before Zimmerman shot him. During the trial, however, a woman named Rachel Jeantel testified that she was Diamond Eugene, and she had been the one on the phone with the innocent poor little Trayvon before he died.
The documentary filmmaker, however, started his investigation into the Trayvon Hoax by examining Trayvon’s 750 pages of cell phone records. He immediately discovered that Diamond Eugene and Rachel Jeantel were two different people. Now that is a legitimate bombshell.
Rachel Jeantel had perjured herself in a murder trial against George Zimmerman. Keep in mind that this was the most media-hyped and sensational race-based trial in America since the OJ Simpson trial – and the prosecution’s main witness against Zimmerman was a fraud.
Any reporter who had bothered to look at Trayvon Martin’s cell phone records could have easily made the same discovery. But of course, that never happened. The media already had its preferred outcome in mind, so there was no need to do any digging on the story.
The filmmaker then set out to track down the real Diamond Eugene. Eventually, he does. Diamond Eugene was a student, ironically enough, studying Criminal Justice at Florida State. She is clearly not the Rachel Jeantel person who testified under oath in Zimmerman’s murder trial.
And here’s another bombshell: The filmmaker gained access to Rachel Jeantel’s on-camera deposition with prosecutors. She broke down at one point, and admitted to prosecutors that she didn’t know anything about Trayvon Martin’s death.
To sum up: Trayvon Martin’s parents knew that Rachel Jeantel was not Diamond Eugene. The Martin family’s attorney Benjamin Crump, who has made money off of a bestselling book about how Zimmerman “murdered” Trayvon Martin, knew that Rachel Jeantel was not Diamond Eugene. Crump set the entire hoax up, according to the filmmaker.
The prosecutors who put Rachel Jeantel on the stand as their star witness against George Zimmerman knew that she was not Diamond Eugene. These people all conspired to try to send George Zimmerman to prison for the rest of his life, based on what they knew was a race-based hoax.
All of this will come out in discovery as Zimmerman’s trial moves forward against the hoaxers. I hope he wins. He deserves to win, and the people who perpetrated this hoax against him deserve to be locked in a cell for a long time – preferably right next to the Russian collusion hoaxers. In the meantime, check out the film. It’s well worth watching.