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Zimmerman to BLP: Yes, I told Jay-Z’s film crew I’d feed them to alligators

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A film crew associated with the joint Shawn “Jay Z” Carter and Harvey Weinstein production of their Trayvon Martin documentary were thrown off the premises after they trespassed onto the property of the uncle of George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch volunteer Martin jumped and beat before he was shot as he struggled for Zimmerman’s handgun.

“If they continue to bother my parents or members of my family, they will be exiting from the south end of an alligator,” said Zimmerman in an exclusive interview with Big League Politics.

BLP asked him directly if he would be the one feeding them to alligators and the former neighborhood watch volunteer confirmed he would if the film crews kept harassing his family.

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The Florida resident told BLP that he learned from his pastor that the Jay Z and Weinstein team was paying his ex-wife for information about him and for her cooperation.

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“I don’t care what she does and I truly hope she finds peace,” he said. “But, it is when my family gets involved that I get concerned.”

“Jay Z and Harvey Weinstein were attempting to drag me through the mud again,”  he said. Carter and Weinstein have the rights to develop a six-part series based on two books about the 2012 shotting, Suspicion Nation: The inside story of the Trayvon Martin injustice and why we continue to repeat it and Rest in Power: The enduring life of Trayvon Martin.

The film crew violated the perimeter of the uncle’s gated community and were filming Zimmerman’s teenage niece before the uncle, a retired Army command sergeant major, ordered them to leave the premises, he said. The uncle testified at Zimmerman’s trial for the death of Martin.

“As a CSM, my uncle is trained not to take garbage from anyone,” he said. An Army command sergeant is the most senior NCO in any unit or command from the battalion-echelon and higher.

Two weeks ago, the film crew targeted his mother’s brother, who served in the Army with his father, he said. The two men were best friends and it was the uncle who introduced Zimmerman’s parents to each other. “It is because of him that I exist.”

Through his connections in the community, Zimmerman said that a former Florida corrections officer escorted the film crew into the gated community in exchange for a $10,000 fee–and he speculated that the former corrections officer gained entrance to the neighborhood by “yelping” ruse, taking advantage of the fact that nearly all security gates can be triggered open with the burst of a siren.

Zimmerman said the film crew was part of the production team strategy of harassing his friends and family with the goal of goading him or people close to him into a reaction. “I don’t have the patience for that–you know what I am saying?”

George Zimmerman (Photo courtesy of Peter Duke)

Zimmerman still lives in Florida and he spends his time working on a documentary and book, both called “Sheepdog Nation,” based on his experiences.

“My executive producer’s vision is simply to help the people, the masses, realize how misled and manipulated they were by the media,” he said.

People will be surprised to hear the true behind-the-scenes account, where he exposes the malpractice of justice by police, prosecutors and Florida Republican Gov. Rick Scott, in addition to the misdeeds of the reporters covering his case.

The book and film are expected to debut early next year, he said.

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Fairfield University Will Force Students to Take Mandatory COVID-19 Tests in Order to Attend Class

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Fairfield University has announced its plans to be operational for the fall semester amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, tossing the privacy rights of students completely to the wayside.

“As Fairfield University plans to Bring its Stags Home for the fall 2020 semester, a safe return to campus life is our most important priority. We want to make sure our community members have all the information they need to maintain the vibrancy of our campus life but do so as safely as possible,” Fairfield University wrote in an email to their student body.

The university plans to force students to report their health data and submit it into an invasive cell phone app, monitor themselves for any close contact with individuals who have the virus, wear masks at all times while attending class, and subject themselves to mandatory COVID-19 testing to be allowed on campus.

Journalist Alex Berenson noted Fairfield’s proposed plans in a Twitter post, highlighting the absurdity and apparent illegality of the scheme:

Berenson has drawn attention to how the COVID-19 pandemic is adversely impacting children, who are losing educational opportunities and having their rights systemically violated because of mass hysteria.

Big League Politics has reported on the growing mass exodus from public schools that has resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic:

A recent poll of over twenty one hundred voters is showing that the future of public schools could be in great jeopardy when communities and states come out of lockdowns across the nation.

A survey of 2,122 registered voters by RealClear Opinion Research shows that support for educational choice is very strong, and that a plurality of parents are more likely to pursue homeschooling opportunities after COVID-19 lockdowns end.

The polling results show that 40% of families are more likely to homeschool or virtual school after lockdowns, and that 64% support school choice.

John Schilling who serves as the president of the American Federation for Children had this to say about the stunning results of the survey:

“Every single family with kids in school has been incredibly disrupted by the lockdowns. With fifty five million students no longer in their normal educational setting, families are clearly considering new options and many are seeing the benefits of homeschooling and virtual schooling. This is the time for leadership and for desperately needed bold reforms to be implemented across our K-12 education system.”

Homeschooling may be the only way for parents to protect their children from the Big Brother “solutions” to the COVID-19 pandemic in the classroom.

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