El Paso shooting: At least 19 people dead, 40 injured, suspect in custody, police say


Curious Cdn
#91
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

in the wake of the shooting walmart has decided to remove displays of violent video games.
they will continue to sell guns

What about ladders ...and wading pools?
 
Cliffy
#92
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

in the wake of the shooting walmart has decided to remove displays of violent video games.

they will continue to sell guns

 
Blackleaf
-1
#93
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

righites aren't grammatical

Neither are Lefties, by the looks of things.
 
Walter
+1 / -1
#94
Nine Themes in El Paso Shooter’s Manifesto the Media Ignored to Blame Trump
https://www.breitbart.com/the-media/...o-blame-trump/

When you read the manifesto you find: (from the article cited)
1 – The shooter stressed the environmental aspects of his motivations by naming the manifesto “The Inconvenient Truth,” clearly utilizing the namesake of Al Gore’s climate alarmist documentary.

2 – The screed ranted against Democrats and Republicans and specifically blamed corporations for allegedly fueling economic woes.

3 – One of the main themes inside the manifesto was anti-corporatist ideology. It repeatedly claimed that corporations were engaged in a conspiracy to replace human workers with “automation.” At one point, the shooter even writes that his life was ruined because of the purported move toward automation: “My whole life I have been preparing for a future that currently doesn’t exist,” he writes. “The job of my dreams will likely be automated.”

4 – The author repeatedly blamed corporations for “the destruction of our environment.”

5 – The document claimed “many” Republican Party “factions” sold out to corporations.

6 – The manifesto promoted far-left policies such as universal healthcare and a “universal income.”

7 – The document blamed the Trump administration for recently nearly doubling the number of guest worker visas this summer

8 – The manifesto blamed the “American lifestyle” for “destroying the environment of our country,” and claimed this so-called “decimation of the environment is creating a massive burden for future generations.”

9 – Far from singularly expressing ultranationalist ideology, the manifesto actually slams Americans and calls for the general population to be forcibly decreased.

Very proggy.
 
Jinentonix
+2
#95
Ya know, there's nothing like 2 mass shootings in 2 days to take the focus off the $16 billion that Elijah Cummings can't account for in Baltimore.
In fact, looking at recent history it seems there tends to be a mass shooting or so right around the times when a high ranking Democrat or the party itself has some serious 'splainin' to do. Not every time, but enough times to make me wonder considering the leftists have a LONG history of having the attitude of the ends justifying the means, no matter the costs.

The ALT-left have proven conclusively they have no problem murdering millions of their own people. There are about 70 million gun owners in the US holding onto around 300 million firearms and an estimated 1 trillion rounds of ammo. NOW you know why the leftists are so uppity about firearms. You can't force your odious, dehumanizing ideology on the masses when they are well armed and willing to use said arms if necessary.
 
Hoid
#96
Quote: Originally Posted by Walter View Post

Nine Themes in El Paso Shooter’s Manifesto the Media Ignored to Blame Trump

was there ever a doubt that if anyone was going to promulgate this guys manifesto is would be a racist?

I'm only surprised Clompy didn't beat him to it.
 
spaminator
#97
'I'M THE SHOOTER': El Paso suspect told police he targeted 'Mexicans', says report
Reuters
Published:
August 9, 2019
Updated:
August 9, 2019 9:10 PM EDT
Shooting suspect Patrick Crusius, charged with capital murder for a mass shooting at a Walmart store in El Paso, is seen in this police photo released from El Paso, Texas, Aug. 5, 2019.El Paso Police Department / Handout via Reuters
EL PASO — The suspected gunman accused of killing 22 people in a shooting rampage at Walmart in El Paso, Texas last weekend confessed while surrendering and told police he was targeting “Mexicans,” according to an El Paso police affidavit released on Friday.
The suspect, Patrick Crusius, 21, came out of his vehicle, stopped at an intersection, “and stated out loud ‘I’m the shooter’,” Detective Adrian Garcia said in the affidavit on Sunday, a day after the shooting.
Crusius has been charged with capital murder and is being held without bond.
The affidavit said Crusius waived his right to remain silent after he was taken into custody and told detectives he entered the Walmart with an AK47 and multiple magazines.
“The defendant stated his target (was) Mexicans,” the affidavit said.
Crusius is accused of shooting and killing 22 people and wounding two dozen more on Saturday, shortly after a manifesto appeared online explaining his motivation and decrying a “Hispanic invasion” of the United States.
Most of those listed as dead had Hispanic names.
GUN CONTROL DEBATE
Just hours later, a gunman wearing body armor and a mask opened fire in a crowded neighborhood in Dayton, Ohio, killing nine people, including his own sister.
President Donald Trump visited both communities on Thursday and was met with chanting protesters who accused him of inflaming tensions with anti-immigrant and racially charged rhetoric.
Authorities said Crusius drove 11 hours from his hometown of Allen, Tex., near Dallas, to perpetrate a massacre in the predominantly Hispanic city of El Paso. Authorities say the mass shooting is being investigated as a hate crime and act of domestic terrorism.
Democratic presidential candidates have accused Trump of fanning racist, white nationalist sentiments with anti-immigrant, racially charged language at rallies and on Twitter. They said he has created political climate conducive to hate-based violence.
Trump suggested on Friday he could persuade the powerful National Rifle Association lobby group to drop its strong opposition to gun restrictions after recent mass shootings that have reignited the gun control debate.
Nearly half of all Americans believe another mass shooting in the United States is highly likely soon, according to a Reuters/Ipsos public opinion poll released on Friday.
White House officials and big social media companies met on Friday to talk about how to curb extremism online after the shootings but the White House declined to comment on who took part in the closed-door session.
Trump: NRA could soften opposition to gun reforms after mass shootings
NRA criticizes U.S. Democratic presidential candidates after mass shootings
Texas mass shooting suspect’s mom had alerted cops about his ‘AK’-type firearm: Report
http://torontosun.com/news/world/im-...ns-says-report
 
HarperCons
#98
Quote: Originally Posted by Danbones View Post

What, the leftist little Effe tard din't kill enough children to make you happy cliffie?

You Epsteins Weeners Wienstiens Bucks YORGIES and BILL CLINTONS and ALL YOU FAKENEWS PEDO TRUMPHATERS should be VERY happy about these timely shooters.
You defend these people all the time, what else could you be?

WHAT ABOUT THE ONE THIRD OF THE CHILDREN WHO ARE RENTED CLIFFY???

Now why don't you just answer the real question(s) cliffy?
Never mind, we all know why.




this guy is mentally challenged
 
HarperCons
+1
#99
Quote: Originally Posted by Walter View Post

Nine Themes in El Paso Shooter’s Manifesto the Media Ignored to Blame Trump
https://www.breitbart.com/the-media/...o-blame-trump/
When you read the manifesto you find: (from the article cited)
1 – The shooter stressed the environmental aspects of his motivations by naming the manifesto “The Inconvenient Truth,” clearly utilizing the namesake of Al Gore’s climate alarmist documentary.
2 – The screed ranted against Democrats and Republicans and specifically blamed corporations for allegedly fueling economic woes.
3 – One of the main themes inside the manifesto was anti-corporatist ideology. It repeatedly claimed that corporations were engaged in a conspiracy to replace human workers with “automation.” At one point, the shooter even writes that his life was ruined because of the purported move toward automation: “My whole life I have been preparing for a future that currently doesn’t exist,” he writes. “The job of my dreams will likely be automated.”
4 – The author repeatedly blamed corporations for “the destruction of our environment.”
5 – The document claimed “many” Republican Party “factions” sold out to corporations.
6 – The manifesto promoted far-left policies such as universal healthcare and a “universal income.”
7 – The document blamed the Trump administration for recently nearly doubling the number of guest worker visas this summer
8 – The manifesto blamed the “American lifestyle” for “destroying the environment of our country,” and claimed this so-called “decimation of the environment is creating a massive burden for future generations.”
9 – Far from singularly expressing ultranationalist ideology, the manifesto actually slams Americans and calls for the general population to be forcibly decreased.
Very proggy.



using breitbart as a source should be a bannable offense.
 
Walter
+1
#100
Quote: Originally Posted by HarperCons View Post

using breitbart as a source should be a bannable offense.

Progs love banning stuff and hate free speech.
 
Serryah
-1
#101
Quote: Originally Posted by Walter View Post

Progs love banning stuff and hate free speech.


Tighty Righties like half-truths and lies and hate being held accountable for their words.
 
Serryah
-1
#102
Quote: Originally Posted by jinentonix View Post

ya know, there's nothing like 2 mass shootings in 2 days to take the focus off the jeffrey epstein case, the gross mishandling of the people at the border, ratcliff being removed from the pick for dni (director of national intelligence), trump rallys, china's trade war (fill in the blank here)


in fact, looking at recent history it seems there tends to be a mass shooting or so right around the times when a high ranking republican or the party itself has some serious 'splainin' to do. Not every time, but enough times to make me wonder considering the leftists have a long history of having the attitude of the ends justifying the means, no matter the costs.

The alt-right have proven conclusively they have no problem murdering millions of their own people. There are about 70 million gun owners in the us holding onto around 300 million firearms and an estimated 1 trillion rounds of ammo. Now you know why the rightists are so uppity about firearms. You can't force your odious, dehumanizing ideology on the masses when they are well armed and willing to use said arms if necessary.


fify.
 
spaminator
#103
Craig Zobel breaks silence on 'The Hunt' film release drama
WENN - World Entertainment News Network
Published:
August 19, 2019
Updated:
August 19, 2019 6:59 PM EDT
The Hunt: Private Hunting Experience (Spot)
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Craig Zobel, the director of “The Hunt”, agreed to pull the release of the controversial film following the tragedies in Texas and Ohio, even though he still thinks the action thriller deserves to be seen.
The film, which centres upon a sporting manhunt as a well-off group tracks down and kills 12 strangers, was deemed too explosive for the current climate following seven days of mass shootings in America earlier this month.
Zobel insists he never set out to make a film that might incite violence, but he understood why the release of the movie had to be pulled.
“Our ambition was to poke at both sides of the aisle equally” he told Variety. “We seek to entertain and unify, not enrage and divide. It is up to the viewers to decide what their takeaway will be.
“I wanted to make a fun, action thriller that satirized this moment in our culture, where we jump to assume we know someone’s beliefs because of which ‘team’ we think they’re on … and then start shouting at them. This rush to judgment is one of the most relevant problems of our time.
“I was devastated by going to sleep to El Paso and waking up to Dayton (shootings). These types of moments happen far too often. In the wake of these horrific events, we immediately considered what it meant for the timing of our film. Once inaccurate assumptions about the content and intent of the movie began to take hold, I supported the decision to move the film off its release date.”
Studio chiefs at Universal immediately paused the marketing campaign for the satirical horror movie after more than 30 people were killed in two separate mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton, and they then decided to shelve the release altogether out of consideration for the victims and survivors.
“While Universal Pictures had already paused the marketing campaign for ‘The Hunt’, after thoughtful consideration, the studio has decided to cancel our plans to release the film,” a statement from Universal read. “We stand by our filmmakers and will continue to distribute films in partnership with bold and visionary creators, like those associated with this satirical social thriller, but we understand that now is not the right time to release this film.”
The Hunt was due to hit U.S. cinemas on Sept. 27.
http://variety.com/2019/film/news/th...bel-1203299514
http://torontosun.com/entertainment/...-release-drama
 

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