May 12, 2015
The Hispanic Superhero George Zimmerman was injured during a shooting on Monday in Florida, WFTV-TV reports. He was taken to a local hospital in Sanford.
Police say the injuries were minor.
It was initially reported that he’d been shot in the face. Following these reports, the Associated Press claimed that he wasn’t actually shot, that the injuries from shards of glass from his vehicle’s windshield.
This backs up the popular internet theory that “bullets cannot touch the Zimzam.”
He has since been released from the hospital.
The shooting took place in Lake Mary at about 12:45 in the afternoon, and was reportedly related to an ongoing dispute with another man (whose color we can probably guess), but it also being reported as a “road rage incident.”
A bullet hole was visible through the passenger side window of Zimmerman’s truck, according to WESH-TV.
Police Chief Steve Bracknell told the Orlando Sentinel that Zimmerman was fired upon by another driver. He has been arrested, the Chief said, but is refusing to answer questions. The man has not been identified.
The man who called 911 to report the shooting said that alleged shooter ran up to him and yelled, “I just shot George Zimmerman, call 911!” CNN reports. The alleged gunman allegedly claimed that Zimmerman waved a gun at him so he shot first.
“This is very crazy. I mean it took me 3 or 4 times to comprehend what he was saying,” the man who called 911 told CNN.
Not really all that crazy, sir. Blacks hate Zimmerman and have continually threatened to murder him. No surprise they are trying, but it is also no surprise that bullets can’t touch him.
Many internet experts believe that if the bullet had hit Zimmerman’s face, it would have bounced off “like a drop of rain bounces off a tin roof.”
A famous expert scientist who preferred to remain anonymous told the Daily Stormer he agrees with the internet, saying, “there is no clear scientific explanation as to why or how it has happened, but the Zimzam does appear to have become completely immune to death.”