Monday, August 03, 2015

Hey, he only murdered American troops, so what's the big deal?

Seems to be Obamas' attitude.

He wants the Iranians to have nukes, and lots of money to pay terrorists with, so why would he be bothered about handing freedom to act and lots of money to this guy?

Due Process isn't important for men.  Accusation must equal guilt.  Or else you're 'victim blaming'.

I have an answer: get rid of these campus kangaroo courts, hand it all over to the police.  Including prosecution for making false police reports.

Of course, they don't want to do that; there really IS due process then, evidence required.  And they really don't want that.

On the EffingBI trying not to talk about the Gunwalker connection to the Garland terrorist attack:
What this attempt at covering up the provenance of Soofi’s weapon shows is that the Justice Department and associated federal agencies are still engaged in trying to hide facts about Fast and Furious from Congress. They’ve been stonewalling the investigation for more than four years — not out of concern for the safety of Americans (and Mexicans for that matter), but because they fear the political fallout that would ensue once their incompetence was exposed.
'Incompetence' my ass; they don't want their deliberately running guns to the cartels to be exposed any more.

Everyone's pissed(rightly so, I think) at the idea of that Commander being charged for defending his troops.  Knowing such would stir people up so much, why would the Navy start that(ignoring the 'We must set an example!  and I hate guns anyway!' idiocy that's possible)?  Here's a possibility:
And that brings us back to changing the narrative.  By suggesting that Lieutenant Commander White may be facing charges, senior government officials have successfully changed the focus of the Chattanooga investigation, at least temporarily.  That should make everyone wonder what new revelations are about to drop, in terms of the shooter's travels and affiliations, and security measures in place at the reserve center at the time of the attack.

As we learned in the days followed the shooting, the reserve base was a largely undefended target, putting sailors and Marines at risk.  Abdulazeez was able to crash through an unmanned gate at the facility and open fire.   To date, DoD has said nothing about why the gate was secured with nothing more than a chain and a padlock, and the response of base security personnel.  It was Lieutenant Commander White and that unidentified Marine returned who fire from inside the perimeter and it was the Chattanooga Police Department--in pursuit of the suspect--who finally cornered Abdulazeez and shot him dead.  Base security--based on what we have learned so far--was AWOL. 

Keep an eye on the Navy's "prosecution" of Randy White in the weeks ahead.  It will provide a convenient distraction while far more serious revelations about the attack dribble out.  Sad to say, but it won't be the first time the feds have sought a scapegoat in a terrorist strike against the U.S. military. In the aftermath of the Khobar Towers bombing in 1996, much of the attention focused on Air Force Brigadier General Terry Schwailer, the on-scene commander at the time of the attack.

That idea hadn't occurred to me; it should have.

After all, a service that'll screw someone like Lt. Col. Kate Germano why and how they did, is capable of all kinds of things.

Doesn't matter: when the real backlash to the SJBs hits, they'll consider it proof of their virtue.  So it's all good!

Hey, it's good when HE does it...
Long time Anti-Gun Advocate State Senator R.C. Soles, 74, shot one of two intruders at his home just outside Tabor City , N.C. about 5 p.m. Sunday, the prosecutor for the politician's home county said.
The State Bureau of Investigation and Columbus County Sheriff's Department are investigating the shooting, Gore said. Soles, who was not arrested,declined to discuss the incident Sunday evening.

"I am not in a position to talk to you," Soles said by telephone. "I'm right in the middle of an investigation."
"And I really don't want to be called on my hypocrisy."

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