Saturday, December 10, 2011

Sunset & Vine Shooter More "Workplace Violence"?

Uh huh.

According to a recent determination by the Defense Department, the Fort Hood Massacre of 14 people (including one unborn child) and the wounding of 29 others, was "workplace violence," not terrorism.

By that standard, the gunman who stood on the corner of Sunset and Vine in Hollywood, picking out motorists to shoot at, was an irate worker too: both he and Nidal Malik Hasan were reported by eyewitnesses to have shouted out their rationale for the shootings as "Allahu Akbar!"
Not that the mainstream media or the Obama administration want you to know that.

I imagine word will get around Hollywood, though, thus testing the Hollywood crowd's capacity for denial.

In the following video, an on-the-scene reporter makes much of the fact that the shooter was shouting, but shows little curiosity about the content of those shouts. One of the eyewitnesses sets him straight (around 2:40).

The names of the shooter's two victims, one of whom is in critical condition after being shot in the neck, the other of whom suffered a minor gunshot wound in the leg, have been made public.

The name of the gunman, who was killed by police fire, has not yet been released. (UPDATE: The shooter's name has now been released. It is Tyler Brehm, age 26.)

Zilla of the Resistance reminds us that, since September 11, 2001, nearly EIGHTEEN THOUSAND incidences of workplace violence "deadly islamic jihad terrorist attacks have transpired."

The long list of the Obama administration's aggressive support of Islam includes Eric Holder's lawsuits supporting Shariah law, Janet Napolitano's cleansing of mention of Islam and jihad from counterterror materials (via Zilla), and Tim Geitner's use of taxpayer funds to help Muslim religious authorities collect religious taxes.
The 2012 Republican primaries will soon be at hand, and it is of utmost importance that the Republican nominee who will challenge Obama for the Presidency is not only cognizant of, but willing to fearlessly fight against the ever increasing force of islamic supremacist infiltration of the United States and the global threat presented by islamic supremacist conquest to freedom loving people everywhere.
Zilla offers a very convincing argument that Rick Santorum understands the threat of jihad and should be that nominee. Read her endorsement here.

Want more convincing? Start at The Other McCain's Santorum Sunday Express, which I found via Santorum supporter teresamerica.


  1. Thank you for linking to my post, QR!

    It is sad and dangerous the way everyone tries to pretend that the jihad isn't jihad, it's like thinking that calling a rabid wolf a cute puppy will keep him from eating your face.

  2. @Zilla -- What we don't need is to stick the entire country's head in the PC sand.

    I like the way Santorum thinks, and I have not come up against any evidence that he is not the real thing. Santorum, like Bachmann, gives me confidence.

    Unfortunately, Santorum is not shining in the debates. Perry, Gingrich, and Bachman all convey strength when they speak, but Santorum's speech patterns are a bit flat to catch people's attention. I think that's his handicap. I wish he had a really insightful voice coach.

  3. You're not the first person to suggest that he get some sort of coaching to make him more TV friendly. Lots of people who otherwise like him have said so also, we do, after all, live in a vain petty place where most of the country will cast their vote based on pithy soundbites and nothing more.

  4. Hmmm... and what does the female reporter wear? a low-cut top. backNforth, LEFT vs. RITE, never ending game. Dude, can't you see? the filthy rich want class warfare. They do not care about U.S. They only wanna see U.S. destroy ourselves so they came emerge the victors. I suggest you make plans for WWIII tonight, martial law, curfews, and 'posse comitatus' (look those two words up on Google or whatever browser). God bless you, brudda. No, I'm not a nut. I'm just prepared.

  5. Thank you for this interesting article. I will be sure to get the word out about this on my site.