After the 2nd mass shooting in less than 24 hours, and three in less than a week, people rightfully are seeking for solutions to prevent these kind of attacks on innocent people in the future.
I’m not too confident the solutions will arrive soon.
Of course, Dems on the left are blaming President Trump as though he pulled the triggers in these shootings. Naturally, they are pinning the events on their falsely promoted “racism”. A label that has become so ubiquitous these days that it is losing much of its meaning.
Meanwhile, while the El Paso shooting is being hammered to death by the Dems and their sycophants in the leftstream media as a “white nationalist” induced event, the Dayton shooting is getting little to no coverage. I wonder if that may have something to do with the fact that Dayton doesn’t fit the anti-Trump narrative? Hint: It’s not accidental.
El Paso has settled into an accepted sole shooter media narrative, initiated by “white nationalist” Patrick Crusius, motivated by “racism”. The accuracy of that conclusion is a question which no one is asking but the facts say they should be. We’ll take a look at both events to see why.
These events have been incubating for a while now. And the Democrats and media are not helping by fanning the flames with their inflammatory, finger pointing.
The scene has been set through an educational system which has tossed out the absolutes of Christian morality while replacing them with secularism, which in turn promotes concepts like moral relativism.
In case you aren’t aware of what this is, think of it as a set of concepts whereby moral truths are subjective preferences much like our taste in ice cream.[youtube_advanced url=”https://youtu.be/5RU7M6JSVtk” controls=”no” rel=”no” theme=”light”]
Ethical truths under moral relativism arise from the individual and groups who hold them, not from the God of the Bible. There are no moral absolutes under moral relativism which leaves the moral relativist with their feet firmly planted in mid air as a book on the issue titles itself.
In other words, right and wrong is in the hands of the individual. And when the individual goes off the reservation well….shxx happens.
Doesn’t seem to be working too well to maintain societal order however, as confirmed by the Dayton shooter. For the hard core moral relativists, however, it may just be working as planned.
Let’s take a look at what facts we know and what facts present some questions, beginning with the Dayton shooter.
According to Connor, this Dayton, Ohio mass shooter 24 was a leftist, who said he would happily vote for Elizabeth Warren, praised Satan, was upset about the 2016 presidential election results and stated:
I want socialism, and I’ll not wait for the idiots to finally come round to understanding.
Connor Betts – Dayton shooter
He used hashtags on Twitter like #athiestsonchristmas (his poor spelling, not mine) #selfie4satan, #HailSatan @SatanTweeting.
According to the site Heavy, Betts Twitter account- “Flowers for Atomsk” has over 10,000 tweets which lean consistently to the left as the one below clearly shows:
Pretty clear, this dude was violence oriented. He left a lot of social media evidence to confirm this conclusion. He may also be a product of psychotropic (mind impacting) drugs as well with that bi-polar disorder. Is this yet another anti-depressant involved mass shooting perhaps?
Seems pretty cut and dried that this dude was a deranged, God hating atheist, misogynist, socialist-loving lefty who hated Trump and pretty much everyone – except perhaps Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.
Guess that kind of confirmed hatred doesn’t make the cut for CNN, MSNBC and the rest of the leftist media, Trump hating mob.
Pretty clear this shooter just doesn’t fit their anti-Trump narrative. Betts is not helpful to the overriding political cause of regaining power and unseating Trump at all costs which Democrats obviously care more about than the actual people impacted by the events.
Hence, the media and political attention paid to this event is shifted quite quickly to El Paso where the ground is far more useful- based on the media spin that is.
Let’s then take a look at the next shooter and what we know about that event.
Contrary to media and political assumptions, the picture here is not as cut and dry. The water is quite a bit muddier with a bunch of unanswered questions to boot.
The first reports from the police and eyewinesses of El Paso noted that there were 3 to 4 shooters all dressed in black – definitely not the police.[youtube_advanced url=”https://youtu.be/5R5a2NblFv0″ controls=”no” rel=”no” theme=”light”]
One eyewitness reported that he saw one shooter twice, about 6 foot tall dressed in black as you will see in the video below.
And now, as in Las Vegas, the FBI is wedging their way into a local investigation. Changes in the narrative followed shortly thereafter.
The reports of multiple shooters were shaved down to one shooter shortly after Patrick Crusius was arrested. There are definitely some unanswered questions to the El Paso event as the video above makes note of.
While Betts was clearly anti-Trump, the El Paso shooter, Patrick Crusius 21, the media spin and Democrats claims are what is directly connecting him with Donald Trump, more than the evidence.
While he is claimed to be a “white nationalist” because he is opposed to the excessive illegal immigration taking place, it is not really clear that he was, in fact, the sole shooter.
According to one report from ABC News, Crusius told them he wanted to kill as many Mexicans as possible. But, let’s be honest here, this is hearsay evidence from a proven Anti-Trump media outlet that have not been identified with honesty about quite a few issues over the past few years.
A “manifesto” titled “An Inconvenient Truth“, uploaded to 8Chan, attributed to the shooter is still being investigated by the FBI.
Quite frankly, there is some question as to the validity and, in fact, authorship of this manifesto.
Jim Watkins, an Army veteran and owner of 8Chan asserts that whoever posted the 4 pg. “manifesto” was not the alleged shooter:
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First of all, the El Paso shooter posted on Instagram, not 8Chan. Later, someone uploaded a manifesto.
However, that manifesto was not uploaded by the Walmart shooter.
I don’t know if he wrote it or not, but it was not uploaded by the murderer. That is clear, and law enforcement was made aware of this before most people had even heard the horrific news.
Jim Watkins – owner of 8Chan (See the video below)
The unsealing of an application for a search warrant by the federal government on 8chan’s servers unintentionally revealed that a federal agent had been trolling the site and attempting to redirect 8Chan’s users’ conspiracy theories against the Russian government instead of towards the CIA or Mossad.
The anonymous (You) in the image below was to let FBI Special Agent Rod know he was the one posting under user ID 8f4812. Whoops!
So, the authorship of the Manifesto is certainly questionable with the real possibility that it may, in fact, have been uploaded by the FBI.
Meanwhile, 8Chan has been taken offline and completely silenced.
Nevertheless, even if the contents of the manifesto are completely genuine they do not firmly connect Donald Trump with the shooter or with so-called “white nationalism”.
Note: Keep in mind that according to the time stamp on the manifesto, it was loaded to 8Chan after the shooting event took place.
In the manifesto, which you can download here, the writer criticizes both major parties, but supports some in the Republican party for their immigration policies.
It begins with support for Brenton Tarrant, the Christchurch shooter, saying that this attack is a response to the Hispanic invasion of Texas stating:
They are the instigators, not me. I am simply defending my country from cultural and ethnic replacement brought on by an invasion….. In short, America is rotting from the inside out, and peaceful means to stop this seem to be nearly impossible.
Alleged El Paso Manifesto
The writer also stated that both parties were failing because they are:
either complacent or involved in one of the biggest betrayals of the American public in our history.” The “betrayal” is “the takeover of the United States government by unchecked corporations.
Alleged El Paso Manifesto
The author of the manifesto also used Green New Deal rhetoric:
The environment is getting worse by the year. If you take nothing else from this document, remember this: INACTION IS A CHOICE
This statement is a curious one in light of the Crusius actions:
My death is likely inevitable. If I’m not killed by the police, then I’ll probably be gunned down by one of the invaders. Capture in this case if far worse than dying during the shooting because I’ll get the death penalty anyway. Worse still is that I would live knowing that my family despises me. This is why I’m not going to surrender even if I run out of ammo. If I’m captured, it will be because I was subdued somehow.
Yet, Crusius surrendered with no resistance whatsoever. Is this the same person who wrote that he would not surrender even if he ran out of ammo and if captured would only be because he was subdued? It would not seem so.
The manifesto concluded with the writer stating that:
My opinions on automation, immigration, and the rest predate Trump and his campaign for president.
I am putting this here because some people will blame the President or certain presidential candidates for the attack. This is not the case.
I know that the media will probably call me a white supremacist anyway and blame Trump’s rhetoric. The media is infamous for fake news. Their reaction to this attack will likely just confirm that.
So, in the light of this alleged manifesto which all of the media have accepted as valid, how is it that Trump is blamed for this event when the writer clearly warned that his actions had nothing to do with Trump or any other candidate for that matter?
Sound perhaps like political and media spin with a political target (Donald Trump) as the intended object perhaps? How unusual huh?
Crusius Facebook page was deleted after the shooting. Like his Twitter account, it was sparse and he only had 3 FB friends with no bio or recent posts.
Crusius attended Collin County Community College in Allen, Texas some 660 miles from El Paso through from Fall 2017 through the spring of 2019.
He took about 10 to 11 hours traveling from his home in Allen, Texas, to El Paso’’ on Saturday morning, Police Chief Greg Allen told reporters about Crusius, a 21-year-old Allen resident.
As soon as he got here, he was lost in a neighborhood. After that, he found his way to the Walmart because we understand he was hungry. That’s about as far as I can go without getting into too much detail.
Police Chief Greg Allen
Why so far from home to shoot people? He simply drove nearly 10 to 11 hours that day? Went to the WalMart (of all places) because he was hungry? Then, decided to shoot the place up? Sure planned this one out carefully.
Since the shooting began at about 10:30 a.m., Crusius must have left home around 11:00 p.m. or so and have just driven all night to reach El Paso for his date with destiny.
Does this sound like a plausible scenario to you ’cause its sounding a bit thin to me?
Not sure how this fits, but Patrick’s Dad is a bit wacky and distant from his family.
Bryan Crusius, the shooters 63 yr old therapist father, wrote a 2014 memoir: Life Enthusiasm: A Path to Purpose Beyond Recovery that admitted to decades of drug and alcohol abuse which led to the breakup of his 18 year first marriage.
Patrick is from the father’s 2nd marriage which produced 3 children.
The licensed therapist now engages in traditional talk therapy blended with meditation and his own brand of energy healing. Some have tried to spin this as an MK Ultra type of connection. Don’t know about that aspect, but when you don’t have all the facts minds tend to spin.
This certainly doesn’t point to a strong Christian emphasis from Dad, although his online profile which was altered, claimed he was a Christian.
In total, the background on Crusius is sparse. Like the Las Vegas shooter, it doesn’t clearly fit a mass shooter’s profile. It doesn’t necessarily point to an aggressive and unbalanced individual in comparison to the Ohio shooter Betts profile and social media presence which is pretty clearly that of one who could do what he did.
There remain a number of questions about the sole shooter claim which the media and politicians are considering as a done deal. We got our man and he is a “white nationalist”.
Some of these were generated in an article from Natural News. Let’s run through them:
In Shakespeare’s Hamlet, the above statement was used to indicate the insincerity of the Queen. The following after the fact addition to the Crusius narrative by his mom appears like that to me.
The mother mother of Patrick Crusius claims she called police days before Saturday’s Walmart slaughter, except there is a little fly in her ointment.
She allegedly called the police to voice her concern about the big AK-style gun her son owned. During the call, she was transferred to a public safety officer who told her that her son, 21, was legally allowed to purchase the weapon, according to CNN.
The attorneys claimed, the police did not seek any additional information from her before the call concluded. This alone does not fit the typical protocol of local police. They are always required to get at least a name and typically date of birth or address as minimal information- not allow a call like that simply disappear without a trace.
However, Sgt. Jon Felty, Allen police spokesman, said there was NO RECORD of such a call and that he wasn’t aware such a call took place.
It would appear her statements were designed to enhance the credibility of the media story rather than state the truth.
The Dayton shooter Connor Betts has the most complete profile. Clearly a leftist, violent Satanist who hated Trump. He left a large social media profile to confirm that he was basically anti-American and a socialist like the many of the Democrats.
On the other hand, the alleged El Paso shooter Crusius has quite a few unanswered questions and like the alleged Las Vegas shooter a very spotty background if, in fact, he even actually conducted these shootings at all.
If history is any judge, most of these questions will likely never be answered as they should be for the victims and surviving relatives sake at the least.
Meanwhile, the El Paso event is being capitalized on to politically advance the intentions of the Democratic party, while the Dayton shooting gets shuffled to the side because it does not fit the narrative.
Gun control is being pushed despite the fact that criminals who conduct shootings like these don’t care about the law. Like all criminals, if they want a gun to conduct crimes or murder other people, they will find a way to procure them.
All gun control does is make shootings like these more inevitable and easier for the shooter to conduct – not prevent them. Inevitably, most of these shootings take place in gun free zones.
It also provides government with an easier path to citizen control and ultimately police state tyranny, if not genocide.
One thing is clear, Democrats and their media sycophants sure as heck don’t lose any time promoting gun control whenever any events involving guns arise – provided it fits into their narrative. Otherwise, like Dayton it seems, it may as well have never happened.
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