Should have seen the soon-to-be-ex-Mrs. Zimmerman on the Today show this morning.
It was hard to decide who was more repugnant: Her or Princess Lauer.
What I did find amusing was the idiocy of the odious Matt Lauer* as he
first destroys her credibility by recalling her perjury charges and
pointing out that people in the middle of divorces sometimes have
very... subjective opinions of the people they're breaking up with, and
then he goes on to ask what she thinks really happened on the night Trayvon got hisself shot.
Matt, you dolt, if you want us to believe what she says, you can't first tell us to not believe anything she says.
The dumb, smug "Gotcha!" look on his face as he leaned back after coaxing the "...and I really don’t know what he’s capable of," line out of her made me want to wipe it off with a fireplace shovel. He looked as proud as a kid who'd just pulled the wings off a fly (which, come to think of it, was probably a hobby in his younger days.)
*I have a serious loathing for Matt, in case you can't tell. He's practically a caricature of the egotistical monster of a TV celeb, and it's only made more obvious by the inclusion of people like Al Roker or Willie Geist on the set. I doubt I share a more than a handful of viewpoints in common with either of the latter, but I can easily imagine having a beer with them. Lauer? Compared to him, Robert Patrick's character in T2 was a paragon of empathic humanity.