Tragedy in Tucson: Connecting Dots

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“The shooter was a pro-Marxist, anti-flag, anti-Constitution, anti-religious crackpot.  He was hardly a tea partier.”—Jim Hoft “Gateway Pundit

“What this is all about is shutting down any talk that disagrees with the Democrat Agenda.”—Rush Limbaugh 1/10/11

(This article is basically an addendum to my article “Tucson, Polar Shift, and West/Bachman in 2012?”)

A “crazed lone-wolf gunman” shoots a moderate Democratic political figure.  Gosh, that sounds familiar—somebody needs to get a new script-writer.  As someone who experienced the culture-shock of both Kennedy assasinations, let me try to connect some dots.  (Link)

Ex-Republican “Gabby” Giffords went against the Democratic Machine by being pro-gun/anti-gun control, and recently voted against über commie/fascist Nancy Pelosi being elected Minority Speaker of the House.  This prompted an article that appeared on “Daily Kos” (since scrubbed) headlined, “My CongressWOMAN voted against Nancy Pelosi!  And is now DEAD to me!” written by a left-wing gay resident of Tucson (Caps as they appeared in original article).  (Link)

Pima County’s left-wing Sheriff, Clarence Dupnik, (one of the most liberal sheriffs in the country), wasted no time in laying the “blame” for the murders at the feet of conservatives in general, and the Tea Party in particular.  (Link) and (Link)

An article by Cliff Kincaid notes that Fox News’ Jennifer Griffin “recklessly and irresponsibly claimed on Sunday morning that the killer was a political conservative. Using Obama officials as her sources, she reported that ‘intelligence gathered by the Department of Homeland Security [DHS] and shared with state officials across the United States’ had revealed ‘a strong suspicion’ that the shooter was influenced by a conservative publication….”  The DHS is, of course, headed by Dupnik’s old boss, ex-Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano.

The fascist/commie propaganda outlets known as the “main stream media,” and the various Soros-backed outlets, as well as their inumerable “wannabe” imitators, are vociferously, arrogantly, and self-righteously blaming conservative rhetoric (i.e. opinions that differ from theirs) for the tragedy in Tucson.  This at the same time that the Republican controlled House prepares to take the Democrats to task for their egregious over-reach during the past two years. (Link)

My friend Don Hank wrote in an email I received “Here is a question for the MSM, who keep telling us that Jared Lee Loughner [what is it with “crazed lone gumen” and this three-part-name bit?—Lee Harvey Oswald, James Earl Ray, John Wilkes Booth…] must have been influenced by rightwing rhetoric and supported the Tea Party.  Ladies and Gentlemen of the media,  we have before us the story of a young mass murderer who:

  • Apparently practiced Satanic rituals
  • Was an atheist and hated religion
  • Said “The Communist Manifesto” was one of his favorite books
  • Killed a Bush-appointed judge not known for leftwing decisions
  • Shot a Congresswoman known to be for tight border control

Which, if any, of these characteristics do you associate with the Tea Party, and why?”  (Link)

I think that before it becomes common knowledge just how left-wing this nut is, and the lame-stream media switch from, “The Tea Party did it!” to “He was just a crazed lone gunman,” we should definitely do some more dot connecting.  (Link)

Meanwhile, let’s not forget the ongoing historic rip-off of “we the people” by Goldman Sachs, the Chicago thugocracy, and their Power Elite cronies.

And let’s keep the individuals and families of those directly affected by the tragedy in our prayers.

(Is that a “Reichstag fire” I smell)?

Laus Deo.


Born in June of 1951 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Jim O’Neill proudly served in the U.S. Navy from 1970-1974 in both UDT-21 (Underwater Demolition Team) and SEAL Team Two.  A member of MENSA, he worked as a commercial diver in the waters off Scotland, India, and the United States. In 1998 while attending the University of South Florida as a journalism student, O’Neill won “First Place” in the “Carol Burnett/University of Hawaii AEJMC Research in Journalism Ethics Award.”  The annual contest was set up by Carol Burnett with the money she won from successfully suing the National Enquirer for libel.

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