The right to self-defense was thrust into the spotlight with the arrest of George Zimmerman in the shooting of Trayvon Martin. Although exonerated in court, Zimmerman’s life was turned upside down through constant attacks by the media on his privacy and character which continue to this day.
On Sunday, October 19th, Zimmerman will tell his story in excruciating detail for the first time in an exclusive live discussion with host Mark Walters on the nationally syndicated Armed American Radio program. Broadcasting from a remote undisclosed location, the show will be an opportunity for the public to hear Zimmerman’s side of the story for the first time without the typical media bias against the 2nd Amendment and the right to self-defense.
“While millions of Americans seem to have formed an opinion of George Zimmerman and the Trayvon Martin case, one thing is certain: Their opinions are based solely on what they have heard or read from a one-sided and biased, anti-gun, anti-self-defense mainstream press. Unlike the reporters, media outlets, haters and government officials who sought and continue to seek to destroy him to this day, I have had the opportunity to get to know him personally. Regardless of what ones thoughts are regarding the circumstances surrounding his case and its eventual outcome, George Zimmerman deserves and has earned the right to be heard, in his own voice in a forum that will allow him to speak freely without a decided bias against him. This is Armed American Radio, a program designed by me to educate Americans about their absolute and constitutionally protected birthright to bear arms for personal defense and to deny the gun-control friendly media and well-funded gun-control groups’ unanswered and total control of America’s airwaves with their constant attacks against millions of law-abiding gun owners. Americans have a right to hear George Zimmerman and get to know him in his own voice, unchallenged and I appreciate the trust he has placed in me and this program to do just that,” said Walters.
Armed American Radio is distributed nationally by Salem Radio Network and heard in hundreds of cities every Sunday 8-11p ET, 5-8p PT
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