Thursday, July 26, 2012


Forgive me Team - I just got off the plane Sunday night and I'm still playing catch up. - S.L.

Political-hack-impersonating-a-journalist George Snuffalumpagus

The morning after the mass shooting in the movie theater in Aurora, Colorado during a screening of the new Batman movie, ABC News' Brian Ross and George Stephanopoulos suggested a Tea Party connection

This is right on cue with the LIberal script: the Left-Leaning Lamestream Media attempted to blame the Tea Party for the Tuscon shootings in January 2011, shortly after Republicans swept the midterm elections. Now, in the critical 2012 elections, the Lamestream atempts the same thing - with ABC News leading the way.

Really? Really? Is that the best you got? Pathetic.

Why Am I Not Surprised? Dept:

Looks like Aurora theater shooter guy may have have some associations with the Occupy Movement. Here's a link to the Denver Post

. . . The Batman movie portrays the OWS crowd . . . the new Batman movie featured the villain as an Occupy Wall Street type . . .

James Holmes has a YouTube video supporting Occupy Wall Street

Occupy Anarchists in San Fran Post Video of Themselves Smashing Windows & Causing Mass Destruction

". . . Occupy Wall Street’s mainstream defenders are trying desperately to distance themselves from the “Black Bloc” anarchists who by now have grown to become one of the largest, if not the largest, group comprising the Occupy movement. Without the anarchist Occupiers (such as the ones shown here) the movement would quickly disintegrate from lack of participants.

The problem for Occupy’s apologists is that this major sector of the movement has transformed into a fascist street gang, and have no intention of “toning things down.” Anyone who thinks that they are substantially different from the Brown Shirts terrorizing Munich in the early ’20s is fooling themselves. Heck the SA logo is even almost identical to the Black Bloc’s logo . . ."

"That's my story and I'm sticking to it."


1 comment:

  1. Looks like that's a different "James Holmes" for the YouTube video.