June 09, 2014
White Supremacists Behind Terror in Las Vegas, Tea Party to be Blamed in 3 .. 2 .. 1 ..
Of course this was terrorism, there's no doubt in my mind at this point. Drug addict/crazy/terrorist are not mutually exclusive categories. And when you yell revolutionary slogans as you kill police officers then clearly you are motivated, however irrationally, by a political agenda.
There's no real difference then between this couple and Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn, who's Weather Underground organization held similarly irrational views that the coming revolution could be sparked by murdering cops. Terrorists, all.
On second thought I guess there are two major differences. First, that the Ayers were communists and this couple a pair of neo-Nazis. Second that no would-be Presidential candidate will ever hold political fundraisers in their home and hope to get a pass from the media. Las Vegas Sun:
Residents at an apartment complex where it appeared the two lived together said they had a reputation for spouting racist, anti-government views, bragging about their gun collection and boasting that they’d spent time at Cliven Bundy’s ranch during a recent standoff there between armed militia members and federal government agents.And here's a description of the crime. Notice how the MSM is already trying to pin this on the Tea Party:
According to one police official and a witness, one of the shooters shouted, “This is a revolution” and “We are freedom fighters.”
The duo also told people they planned to commit a mass shooting, said Brandon Moore, a resident of the complex.
"They were handing out white-power propaganda and were talking about doing the next Columbine," Moore said.
Soldo was attacked first. The married father of a newborn was refilling a drink when the female shooter approached him from behind and fired a round into the back of his head, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.Wow, prepare for an onslaught of in depth stories on how even though these two weren't technically Tea Party members, they will nonetheless be "linked" to the Tea Party and thus the whole movement will be indicted by the MSM.
One of the two shooters shouted “This is the start of a revolution” before the woman turned and opened fire towards Beck, who was hit several times.
The wounded officer managed to return fire, but it wasn’t clear if he hit either suspect.
The shooters then stripped the officers of their weapons and badges before covering them with a yellow Gadsden flag, which features a coiled snake and the words, “Don’t Tread on Me” — a symbol most recently adopted by the Tea Party Movement in 2009.