46 thoughts on “News/Politics 3-28-23

  1. I guess the scheduled “Trans Day of Vengeance” came early.

    And the media once again show they are trash.

    Sure, blame anyone but the mentally ill woman who did it.

    This clown tried deleting his stupid tweet, but the internet is forever.

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  2. Jeff Childers thoughts this morning

    * 6 people killed by transgender shooter in Nashville (2023)

    * 5 people killed by “non-binary” shooter in Colorado Springs (2022)

    * Denver shooter was transgender (2019)

    * Aberdeen, MD Rite-Aid shooter was transgender (2018)

    And the WH is already blaming Republicans … they have no shame…

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  3. They’re right.

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  4. Brown shirts…..

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  5. How could we have known? they’ll say…..


    “I tried to comfort and encourage her and subsequently reached out to the Suicide Prevention Help Line after being instructed to by my father at 10:08 am. Audrey has shared with others that she had been suicidal in the past and I knew to take this serious,” Patton said to NewsChannel 5.

    Patton said she called the Nashville Davidson County Sheriff’s Office at 10:13 a.m. to make them aware of the situation and was instructed to call Nashville’s non-emergency number.

    “I called Nashville’s non-emergency line at 10:14 a.m. and was on hold for nearly seven minutes before speaking with someone who said that they would send an officer to my home. An officer did not come to my home until 3:29 p.m.,” Patton said.

    Patton said she wanted to come forward about this circumstance because she believed more urgency should have happened when she reached out to officials for help.

    “After phone calls from friends and Audrey’s name was released as the shooter at Covenant Nashville school, I learned that Audrey was the shooter and that she had reached out to me prior to the shooting,” Patton said. “My heart is with all of the families affected and I’m devastated by what has happened.”

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  6. Here’s more on the story Janice linked yesterday.

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  7. Dems who run DC and their corrupt Soros DA did this.

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  8. These cops did their job and did it right, unlike in Uvalde.

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  9. The recipe for disaster.

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  12. Christians need to not be afraid to use the word evil when speaking of these situations. Too many people use the word mentally ill, as in, only the mentally ill could do this. No, no, no!! Our resistance to use the word ‘evil,’ and recognize it in ourselves and others, does the mentally ill a disservice. Having gender disphoria is (or was) listed as a mental illness, but it is not the reason for killing. Evil covers it well.

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  13. I also find it interesting that an official in Nashville felt the need to apologize when asking for prayer. Biden had no problem saying that. Of course, he and other left-wing people will not be criticized, while anyone else will be. Perhaps the whole South should be recognized as a group that is discriminated against by bigots. I have, not only personally heard such remarks, but it is a regular occurrence in the media. Those sympathizing with the killer are to be pitied. God help them.

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  14. I am prone to believe evil and the mental illness of a person can…not always.. go hand in hand. Not all mentally ill persons are evil. I don’t know enough about this person to make a determination of her mental state other than she was the instrument of Satan in carrying out such an act of evil. Many questions of whether or not she was on transitioning drugs? She texted a friend minutes before telling she would be committing suicide. She certainly was not in a healthy frame of mind and I grieve no one got to her to stop the murder of innocents thus changing many lives forever..not just her own.

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  15. I agree with those comments Kathaleena and NJ. Also I’m glad the police is making facts and video available to the public. That helps people better process what is going on.

    Prayers for our nation and for those on the physical front lines where where this is all being played out. And praying also for our state government which has been instrumental in acting on the evils of transitioning children. May they not waiver.

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  16. It is frightening about the ATF harrassment in Atlanta. To bring in agents from 3 blue states who can shut down gun sales in Atlanta because they ‘find’ something wrong is a really big deal. This is the start with this largest distributor being made the example for all smaller distributors. Such horrible intimidation. A sure sign of deep state tactics to take over an industry. It goes along with the 87,000 armed IRS agents.

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  17. And Janice we expect the harassment of legally abiding gun shops/ranges is but the first stop. Registered gun owners are their next target. We fully expect to see them at the door one day…tactical style. They want guns out of the hands of law abiding citizens in the name of getting them away from criminals. Criminals and government officials will be armed and law abiding citizens will not .

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  18. A Christian school should never want government involvement thus no manner of funding whatsoever. Now days I feel like government needs to keep their filthy hands off!


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  21. I just received an email invite to the event where DeSantis will speak at the Adventures Outdoors store (gun store) in Smyrna on Thurs. It would be fun to go but not with the swarm of ATF there!

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  22. WHAT: The Florida Blueprint, featuring special guest Gov. Ron DeSantis
    WHEN: Thursday, March 30th. Doors open at 1:30pm.
    The event will start promptly at 3pm.
    WHERE: Adventure Outdoors
    2500 S Cobb Dr SE, Smyrna, GA 30080


  23. Joe’s policies did this.

    “Fire at Mexico migrant facility that killed 39 started in deportation protest, president says

    Fire in migrant detention facility in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico, started by migrants protesting deportation, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador says”


    “Migrants protesting their possible deportation set fire to mattresses at an immigration detention center in northern Mexico, near the U.S. border, starting a blaze that claimed the lives of at least three dozen migrants, Mexico’s president said.

    Mexico’s National Institute of Migration (INM) said 39 foreign migrants died in a fire that started shortly before 10 p.m. local time on Monday, at the detention center in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua.

    President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said the fire was started by migrants inside the facility who were protesting after learning they would be deported.

    “They never imagined that this would cause this terrible misfortune,” López Obrador said, adding that the director of INM was on the scene.

    Images from the scene showed rows of bodies lying under shimmery silver sheets outside the facility in Ciudad Juarez, across from El Paso, Texas. Ambulances, firefighters and vans from the morgue could also be seen.

    INM said 68 men from Central and South America were staying at the facility. Of these, 29 more migrants were injured in the fire and were transported in delicate to serious condition to four local hospitals for care.”


    They only come because Biden has opened the door.

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  24. The lying from “experts” never stops.



  25. Banning Tik Tok, a known Chinese spy app specifically is fine, but that is not their intent.

    Their goal is to ban things they don’t like.

    It’s Bush’s Patriot Act on steroids.

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  26. The vermin in the DoJ are after more parading GrandMas….


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  28. Disgusting.

    “The Nashville school shooting brings out the worst in our media”


    “Almost immediately, several media outlets gestured at what they consider possible motives: Tennessee’s conservative crackdown on sexualized drag shows in front of minors — and the banning of permanent surgeries and hormone treatment for minors in the state, a policy that is under consideration in several other red states. It was almost as if the “actual” victims were not the six people killed by a mass murderer in a school, but the trans community being targeted by Tennessee lawmakers. The shooting also came just days before a “Trans Day of Vengeance” rally in Washington, DC. Newsweek wrote “drag shows and gender-affirming care for minors were banned in Tennessee this month, while assault weapons remain legal.” Sure they weren’t blaming the policies of the state for the decisions and delusions of the shooter?

    ABC’s Terry Moran noted the passage of Tennessee’s legislation during his live report, as a possible and thus far speculative motive. New York Times and NBC News contributor Benjamin Ryan, in a since deleted tweet, noted that Nashville “is home to the Daily Wire, a hub of anti-trans activity by @MattWalshBlog, @BenShapiro and @MichaelJKnowles.”

    Several other outlets, including NPR, the New York Times and USA Today took time to correct Nashville law enforcement for previously misgendering the mass shooter and not using “his” desired pronouns. Prior to the confirmation of the shooter’s identity, the Washington Post, also in a since deleted tweet, wrote “GOP congressman from Nashville district ‘heartbroken’ by shooting. A 2021 photo shows his family with firearms.”

    This sorry display bears hallmarks of the reaction to the 2017 congressional baseball field shooting by James Hodgkinson, a Bernie Sanders campaign volunteer and avid MSNBC viewer. Shortly after that attack, host Joy Reid attempted to vilify House representative Steve Scalise as he was fighting for his life. “It’s a delicate thing because, obviously everybody is wishing the congressman well and hoping that he recovers. But Steve Scalise has a history that we’ve all been forced to sort of ignore on race.” The trope that coursed through the liberal media was that while the shooting was tragic, because of the politics of the people being shot at, they kind of deserved it.

    But the trans community is no more to blame for the shooting yesterday than the NRA is when a non-member commits a mass shooting — though of course that never stops journalists from linking that organization to the violence. The contents of Hale’s manifesto remain unknown to the public — but there are already demands from Republican politicians that the FBI and DHS investigate the targeting of a Christian institution as a hate crime. We don’t yet know what their investigation might turn up — and the role of identifying motive falls much more to law enforcement than it does to the media. For those commentators, so eager to cast around and ascribe blame to their political adversaries in the aftermath of tragedy, it would be a real shame if the actual investigations reveal that the myth of trans genocide played a part. When media figures claim that the political right is implementing policies akin to the Holocaust, that are “literally killing people,” then the mentally disturbed may consider themselves justified when they literally kill people, as occurred in Nashville. For the finger-pointing pundits, the blame-seeking could backfire. Perhaps in future, they’d be better off grieving, or at least pausing for thought, before trying to explain away the brutality.”

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