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#1 User is offline   Liz 

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  Posted 29 October 2018 - 02:03 AM

Zip Your Lips, Don’t Blame Trump

Leave politics out of latest tragedy

Boston Herald
Howie Carr
Sunday, October 28, 2018

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Can we please not talk about President Donald Trump for a day or so?

President Trump didn’t shoot up the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh yesterday. The alleged shooter hated Trump, thought he was a “globalist,” didn’t vote for him, never owned a MAGA hat. You could look it up.

Trump’s favorite daughter, Ivanka, converted to Judaism. Three of his grandchildren are Jewish. He handled his presidential duties well yesterday. But he was still getting blamed, by the people who are always ranting about getting in their faces, kicking ’em when they’re down, no civility until the Democrats are back in power and so forth ...

This isn’t about the First Amendment, or the Second. This is about nuts, and criminals, and why nothing is ever done about lunatics anymore until something like this happens. Robert Bowers’ social media postings are conspiratorial to the point of incoherence. Apparently QAnon, which makes Lyndon LaRouche’s delusions seem rational, wasn’t far enough into the weeds for him.

He was spewing out all kinds of vitriol on Twitter, and nobody paid any attention apparently. Megyn Kelly gets fired for saying the stupid thoughtless stuff that TV anchors are always yapping about, but nobody notices this guy until it’s too late?

Same thing in Broward County with this week’s fake Indian — Cesar Sayoc Jr. What exactly do you have to do to get arrested in Fort Lauderdale these days?

Like the Parkland school shooter earlier this year, he was running around, a one-man crime wave, and nobody did anything. He didn’t even get stopped for driving around in a van so covered with stickers he couldn’t see out of the windows.

Forty years ago, even further back now, nuts like Bowers and Sayoc would get “liked” by the cops for one crime or another, lugged, and then locked up for 90 days observation, after which they’d most likely be institutionalized.

Now you have political candidates running around saying don’t lock anybody up for anything, and that cops … use their guns too often. Would you like a makeover on that nonsense, Mayor Andrew Gillum? What were the cops in Pittsburgh supposed to do yesterday? How many were supposed to get shot before they returned fire?

When I first heard about this terrible crime, my first thought was, please tell me this nut isn’t a Trump guy, please let there be no pictures of him wearing a MAGA hat. I’m not really proud of that sentiment, but I’m sure I’m not the one who felt that way, on both sides.

Bottom line: The killer, Bowers, hates Trump, but hey, never let the facts get in the way of a good story.

By 4 o’clock yesterday, the usual suspects were trying to find some way to blame the president. OK, he handled his response very well yesterday, they grudgingly conceded, if they said anything about him at all, but what about the “alt-right,” the “radical right”? As if it was Republicans booing Israel, and God, at their convention, rather than the Democrats.

Can they shut up about Donald Trump for a little while — Joe Curtatone, this means you. Ditto Maxine Waters and Eric Holder and Hillary Clinton. Just shut up!

Who’s the biggest anti-Semite in American politics right now? Might it be Keith Ellison, vice chairman of the Democratic National Committee, pal of Louis Farrakhan, who calls Jews “termites”? But hey, let’s blame Donald Trump.

“Had they had an armed guard inside the temple,” the president said yesterday in Indiana, “they might have been able to stop this.”

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Posted 29 October 2018 - 02:36 AM

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“Had they had an armed guard inside the temple,” the president said yesterday in Indiana, “they might have been able to stop this.”

I've already seen MSM morons claiming armed security would only end up shooting themselves and/or innocents... or have their gun taken away only to be shot with it. :rolleyes:


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Now you have political candidates running around saying don’t lock anybody up for anything, and that cops … use their guns too often. Would you like a makeover on that nonsense, Mayor Andrew Gillum? What were the cops in Pittsburgh supposed to do yesterday? How many were supposed to get shot before they returned fire?

I'm sure Gollum would insist that the fuzz should've deescalated the situation with kind words and cappuccinos. :coffeenpc:
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Posted 29 October 2018 - 03:18 AM

View Postgrimreefer, on 29 October 2018 - 02:36 AM, said:

I've already seen MSM morons claiming armed security would only end up shooting themselves and/or innocents... or have their gun taken away only to be shot with it. :rolleyes:

My attorney - yes, he is Jewish - was apoplectic on Facebook about Trump "blaming the victims".
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Posted 29 October 2018 - 04:53 AM

View PostCensport, on 29 October 2018 - 03:18 AM, said:

My attorney - yes, he is Jewish - was apoplectic on Facebook about Trump "blaming the victims".

Yeah, "they" are grasping at straws for any way to make it all Trump's fault or to shed any bad light on him. Never let a good crisis go to waste. :coffeenpc:
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Posted 29 October 2018 - 07:26 AM

View PostCensport, on 29 October 2018 - 03:18 AM, said:

My attorney - yes, he is Jewish - was apoplectic on Facebook about Trump "blaming the victims".


Time to get a new lawyer?

I am certain that synagogues in Europe and South America have armed guards. It wouldn't surprise me if some in the US already do. Goes without saying in Israel.
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Posted 29 October 2018 - 08:16 AM

[quote name='grimreefer' timestamp='1540798618' post='685543127']
I've already seen MSM morons claiming armed security would only end up shooting themselves and/or innocents... or have their gun taken away only to be shot with it. :rolleyes:



I've said before, that if I were in a situation as this, I would rather be shot by a good guy trying to protect me than a bad guy wanting to kill me.
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Posted 29 October 2018 - 10:20 AM

View Postgravelrash, on 29 October 2018 - 07:26 AM, said:

Time to get a new lawyer?

He's also one of my old racing buddies, so it's more than just an attorney-client relationship.

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I am certain that synagogues in Europe and South America have armed guards. It wouldn't surprise me if some in the US already do. Goes without saying in Israel.

That's one of his big hangups: Guns in the worship place. Supposed to pray the bullets away, I guess. He's not even that devout. And he used to carry back when he did criminal defense.
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