George Zimmerman is not getting used to the rest of his life. In a new Spanish language interview with Univision that will air on Sunday night, Zimmerman details exactly how ****ty his existence currently is, while also wondering why he can't live like the rest of us.
First, the grisly details: Zimmerman is $2.5 million in debt. He claims to have post-traumatic stress disorder. He wears a bulletproof vest and follows "safety plans" while in public. He fears being murdered himself. He does not have a job. He does not have health insurance (no Obamacare, eh?). He says that he is homeless.
These are not problems that a few paintings of AP photos can solve. These are not problems that allowing a washed up rapper to beat his *** can solve. It seems like Zimmerman is beginning to realize these facts.
"Honestly, I [would] love to live a calm life without being in the press. I'd like [to be treated like] any American citizen," Zimmerman says in the interview, according to a translation by the New York Daily News . "Have a ticket or an argument [and] not have everyone aware. But that's my life and I do not understand why that is."
At some point, one assumes, he'll figure it out.