Monday, June 20, 2016

Meanwhile in an alternate universe ...

... this might make perfect sense.

If you haven't heard already, the US Attorney General, Loretta "Out To" Lynch, says the government is redacting certain statements made during his call to 911 by the crazed, ISIS-motivated Afghan Muslim who shot up an Orlando nightclub.  He clearly pledged allegiance to ISIS, and ISIS has already taken some credit for the attack.

The people in Washington, D.C., are brain damaged in some way I cannot understand.  This was a terrorist attack growing out of the murderer's relationship to Islam and to militant elements such as ISIS within the religion.

Everybody is talking about his motivation.  His mother was arrested for domestic violence when she attacked his father a few years back.  Maybe that had something to do with it.  But in the 911 call, the punk didn't say anything about growing up in a dysfunctional family.  He said he was doing it to get America to stop bombing "his country".

Lynch and Obama, though, know more about the murderer's motivations than he did.  No external direction was involved.

People deserve the truth, or at least full disclosure of what is known -- not what the government thinks we can handle.   We can draw our own conclusions.

When, just a year ago, a similarly deranged and violent individual murdered several innocent people at a Christian church service, the authorities did not redact the picture of that murderer with a Confederate flag.  Not at all.  That guy was a white supremacist.  You still can't buy a rebel flag on Amazon because of its "association with violence".  Why can we still buy korans?


  1. Why can we still buy Korans?

    I'm not a book burner, and I don't think you are either, but in the context of the flag issue, and Orlando, the question makes perfect sense.

    Here is the thing about radicalisation though, it could happen to anyone at any time, and so censoring the transcript is an attempt by the Government to keep you safe, and to prevent you from picking up your rifle and behaving in ways you didn't expect.

  2. Yes, clearly the killer was motivated by Islam and probably some self loathing as well.