by Scott Creighton
terrorism: the use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims
- Sheriff Fuller says motive doesn’t matter. Don’t need a motive in a murder case. Okay. There you have it.
- He changed cars during the murder spree. Sure he did. Why not?
- He waved his rights and confessed, says the guy who’s trying to prosecute the
patsysuspect with no supporting evidence. That makes it easier.
- Now we learn, he may have picked up more customers after the second wave of shootings.
- Obama takes the opportunity to condemn the “ideological rhetoric” surrounding the “issue” of the second amendment (while the chief champion of that “issue” is laid to rest)
Headlines across the country read “Suspect Admits Involvement in Shootings… Motive Unclear” as the story of the Saturday shooting spree in Kalamazoo gets sorted out by the MSM for public consumption.
Meanwhile, the father of the modern interpretation of the second amendment remains dead (but don’t question those circumstances or you will be branded with a scarlet “CS”)
As usual, the MSM only gets part of the story correct. There is no motive. That’s the only part that is right.
Yesterday, I wrote about the ridiculous story of how Jason B. Dalton was working two jobs, a normal quiet guy, raising two children and doing everything he thought he could to live the American Dream when suddenly for no reason, he went off and shot some random person, drove a shift for Uber and then went off on two more locations killing 6 people before retiring to his favorite bar for a couple hours to wind down after a night of mass murder. He was calmly arrested after leaving that bar, according to officials.
If you were inclined to have questions about the official story before, prepare to be amazed because it gets worse.