Ever since he was acquitted for the murder of Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman has gone out of his way to prove that he's every bit the violent psychopath that his critics always claimed he is.
Not surprisingly, that relationship ended soon after.
So yeah, Zimmerman's life as a painter isn't turning out to be as quiet and serene as he'd expected, and his latest interview just serves as further evidence that the 31-year-old Florida man remains seriously unhinged.
The above video was recorded by Zimmerman's divorce attorneys, and if you were worried that a clip of George Zimmerman being interviewed by his own lawyers wouldn't live up to your expectations for batsh-t craziness, fear not.
Asked who "brought the highest level of unfairness" to his case, Zimmerman responds:
"By far, the President of the United States, Barack Hussein Obama. He had the most authority, and in that sense, I would hold him in the highest regard, believing that he would hold that position and do his absolute best to not inflame racial tension."
He goes on to accuse Obama of "pitting Americans against each other on the basis of race" and states that he fears "retaliation" from the President.
Despite those incendiary remarks, the part of Zimmerman's interview that's created the most outrage is the portion in which he discussed the incident that made him a household name for all the wrong reasons.
Asked if he has a "clear conscience" in regard to the killing of Trayvon Martin, Zimmerman replied, "I believe that God has his plans, and for me to second-guess them, would be hypocritical, almost blasphemous."
Yeah. This guy either doesn't care what anyone thinks, or he's planning to run for mayor of Crazy-Pants Racist Town.