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WATCH: George Zimmerman taunts BLM ‘pansies’ over sale of gun used to kill Trayvon Martin

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George Zimmerman took a lot of heat recently for auctioning off the gun that he used to kill Trayvon Martin for $250,000, but he’s not showing any signs of remorse. In an interview with KTNV Channel 13 Las Vegas, Zimmerman said that he was proud to sell off the gun and added that he’s going to donate the money he made to police officers who have been shot while on duty.

He didn’t stop there, however, as he also unleashed a slew of insults at his political foes, whom he said inspired him to sell off the gun in the first place.

“I was tired of Hillary Clinton’s anti-gun rhetoric,” Zimmerman explained when asked what gave him the idea to sell off the gun. “She has been stumping around for a false campaign for the Trayvon Martin Foundation. She lied saying that I killed him when he was walking home in his daddy’s neighborhood. Which if anyone watched more than seven minutes of the trial they would know that is false.”

When asked whether he was concerned that selling off the gun might have upset a lot of people, Zimmerman defiantly stated that he initiated the auction for altruistic reasons.

“I want all the Black Lives ‘activists,’ which I think are just absolute pansies, to realize that anybody and everybody that they try and hurt, all they’re doing is guaranteeing I’m going to step in to make their [purported victims’] lives 10 times better than before their Black Lives Matter campaign,” Zimmerman said, before also unloading on “racists” like Barack Obama and Eric Holder who were out to get him.

Check out the full interview with Zimmerman below.

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‘Dangerous linguistic power’: A historian explains how Trump weaponizes nicknames

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Is Donald Trump the modern day Earl Long?

A three-time Louisiana governor, Long mastered the art of political ridicule seven decades ago by weaponizing nicknames. The hilarious names Long pinned on his rivals, and the rollicking stories he told about them, riveted audiences bored by puffed-up rhetoric.

While Long’s stunts may be remembered as silly hijinks, there was a sly, often deadly serious, purpose to his technique. He used it to get voters to laugh at his foes and to put them on the defensive––a place politicians never want to be. Tucked within Long’s jests were razor-sharp attacks aimed at exploiting opposition weaknesses––hidden swords inside a pea-patch cloak.

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Walmart got a $2.2 billion tax cut — now it’s laying off workers

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Walmart announced it will lay off hundreds of workers in North Carolina despite receiving billions in tax cuts that the Republican Party and President Trump claimed would spur job growth.

The giant retailer will lay off about 570 employees and close its corporate office near the Charlotte airport, despite signing a 12-year lease just four years earlier, the Charlotte Business Journal reported.

The work done at the Charlotte facility will be outsourced to a firm in Arkansas, according to the report.

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Amazon, Google and Facebook warrant antitrust scrutiny for many reasons – not just because they’re large

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There’s a growing chorus of U.S. politicians, antitrust scholars and consumer watchdogs calling for stricter antitrust treatment of Amazon, Google, Facebook and other tech giants. Some even say they should be broken up.

Most recently, U.S. lawmakers launched a sweeping review to determine if these companies have become so big and powerful that they are stifling competition and harming consumers, while federal regulators are also gearing up to take action.

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