George Zimmerman Gets 100,000 Google Searches After Trayvon Martin Corpse Photo Twitter Retweet

Where in the world is George Zimmerman? That's the question folks may wonder upon seeing the photo that George posted on his Twitter account, with Zimmerman sitting by an ocean holding a fine cigar. "The real George Z" has been tweeting away and angering folks with every tweet and retweet -- especially a retweet of a photo showing Trayvon Martin's dead body that called Zimmerman a one-man army for killing Martin. It's that type of Twitter activity that gained Zimmerman 100,000 searches on Monday, September 28.

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"No, that's the finest cigar you can find. The backdrop isnt me either, it's the gorgeous ocean. That is my hand [though]."

According to Google Hot Trends, the name George Zimmerman received more than 100,000 searches on Monday, along with related searches of Trayvon's name, Zimmerman's Twitter, and Martin's corpse photo that George retweeted and Zimmerman deleted.

Although the photo of Trayvon's dead body can't be seen currently on Twitter account, there are plenty of other heated exchanges to find on George's Twitter feed. Zimmerman seems to have gone off the deep end with his Confederate flag emblazoned Twitter account that is clapping back at folks all over the place. Zimmerman is replying to his internet trolls with memes and photos and directing them to folks not associated with George.

"As much as I love owning all you trolls I have to work... On my tan! Tell 'Karma' she's worthless, God protects me."

After Zimmerman posted a photo of Trayvon Martin's dead body, reports Mother Jones, Twitter deleted it, citing a policy about hate speech and the like. Then on Twitter, Zimmerman posted a tweet that sent folks on a journey to call a man at a car audio shop. When the Mother Jones reporter called the man, he said that he is not related in any way to George. Apparently, the duo have some sort of Twitter beef or online argument going on that Zimmerman wanted to ramp up by posting the man's number.


Meanwhile, as Zimmerman is busy refuting his haters and getting endorsements from the KKK, folks are responding to George's dead body photo of Martin with images of the young man in astronaut school instead. They are also posting photos showing Trayvon giving the single middle finger salute, or the double middle finger salute in response to Zimmerman.

"Yet all white people r evil & racist & all cops kill blacks. Love double standards."

Additionally, Twitter users are posting photos to George's Twitter page that show NeNe Leakes with her back turned, simply showing off the "kitchen" or back of her head, as if to say they are ignoring Zimmerman and his Martin dead body photo posting madness.

It's seemingly a descent into madness that has continued ever since Zimmerman began trending on Twitter for hooking up with the owner of the "Muslim-Free Zone" gun shop, as reported by the Inquisitr. That surprising original YouTube video from Andy Hallinan, titled "Chatanooga [sic] Shooting: Florida Gun Supply's Response to Terrorism," shocked even those folks trying to give Zimmerman the benefit of the doubt. Hallinan proclaimed that his "Muslim-free" gun store was necessary -- and Andy even claimed that no racism existed in America until President Obama took office.

In the meantime, as Zimmerman keeps tweeting outrageous and offensive stuff, his Google Trends mentions and number of searches for his name will likely increase along with the controversy. As reported by the Daily Mail, Zimmerman also tweeted a photo of President Obama even as he bragged about his freedom, smoking a cigar on a beach. No doubt George might want to lay off of Twitter for a while if Zimmerman wants the backlash to die down.

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