Remember all those years after 9/11 when Bush was president and we didn’t have a single attack on our home soil? Remember when Obama took over and being safe went away?
July 16, 2015: Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez opened fire from his car at two military facilities in Chattanooga, Tennessee, killing four Marines and wounding three others before he was killed. The two facilities are about eight miles apart. Police have not said if he was shot by officers or killed himself.
Abdulazeez came to the United States in 1996 with his parents and became a naturalized citizen. He was a 2012 graduate of the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga with a degree in electrical engineering. He did not work at either of the military centers and was not being watched by the FBI or on any terror watchlists prior to the shooting.
July 13, 2014: Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez wrote in a blog that Muslims shouldn’t miss an opportunity to “submit to Allah,” and said “life is short and bitter.” He also stressed the sacrifice of the Sahaba, the Prophert’s companions, and said they “fought Jihad for the sake of Allah.”
The FBI is investigating the shootings as possible “domestic terrorism”, trying to determine if he had any ties to terror groups, had accomplices, and/or was inspired by organizations like ISIS. The Justice Department said it is a “national security” investigation.
For months, the Islamic State has been exhorting its Muslim followers to target and kill US military personnel. Last October, an Army intelligence bulletin is warned U.S. military personnel to be vigilant after Islamic State militants called on supporters to scour social media for addresses of their family members – and to “show up [at their homes] and slaughter them.”
These tweets appeared shortly after the shootings.
This was sent to me by one of my blog-e listers cuz, as he said, “Some days good, other days not so good. When there’s an over-abundance of the latter category, I find that redneck humor is a useful remedy.”
It’s been a couple days, and like a bucket under a leaky faucet, it’s time to vent my spleen. As I drove around this morning delivering my papers my heart was just breaking for the families of the Americans still being held in Iran. Obama could have freed them for the asking. He didn’t ask. All he wanted was something to call a ‘legacy’ for his rampage through the US Constitution and almost everything we hold sacrosanct. With each passing day I loathe this misbegotten spawn of hell more than the day before. He still has nearly a year and a half to inflict as much pain as is humanly possible on a country that he despises for its success as the nation the entire world relies on for so much.
Donald Trump didn’t amass the fortune he has by being a fool. He’s tapped into the country’s anger and frustration over the tsunami of illegals flooding here, encouraged by one party looking for votes and another party financed by corporations looking for cheap labor. This is shaping up eerily like 1992. A slimy little prick named H. Ross Perot spelled out the same kind of frustration people were feeling then. But then, as now, he never said anything about how he would address it. Trump changes positions to whatever is beneficial at the moment. I think his core values are sorely lacking.
The media whores are trying desperately to invent a horse race for the democrat nomination. This is all Kabuki theater. Bernie Sanders is popular with the far, far left for now but ultimately every one of his supporters will vote for the Butcher. She has all the big Wall Street firms in her pantsuit pocket and she’ll grind poor Bernie underfoot like an ant on the sidewalk. The RNC will not allow Trump to win the nomination so he will almost certainly go third party and hand the presidency to the vile, lying bitch.
Other highlights for today:
Eric Garner’s family are a bunch of rich-ass Negroes now, even though Rev. Tarbaby says money ain’t enough.
Marilyn Mosby’s family were all fired or resigned from law enforcement.
The racialists are all pissy because Kid Rock will not bow to their demands to remove the Confederate flag from his stage show.
Obama g’wan back to the mother country next week where he’ll be greeted by 500 naked prostitutes to point out the difference between men and women. You might want to scroll by that one kinda quick, there’s an image from MFNS. It ain’t pretty.
Atticus Finch was one of my earliest heroes. Go Set A Watchman is on my “Never Going to Read” list.
“It’s sad that governments are chiefed by the double tongues. There is iron in your words of death for all Comanche to see, and so there is iron in your words of life. No signed paper can hold the iron. It must come from men.” – Chief Ten Bears, The Outlaw Josey Wales, 1976.
At yesterday’s Iran deal presser, CBS’s Major Garrett asked Obama about the four Americans that Iran is still holding hostage and why their release wasn’t part of the overall agreement. His Lordship was not pleased and snarled at Garrett, “You should know better.”
Garrett’s question and Obama’s response [3:30]
From Buck Sexton’s Facebook page:
President Obama’s response to Major Garrett today was snide, arrogant, and completely unbecoming of the Office of the President.
- You can’t ask this President a real question without being scolded.
- You can’t interrupt the administration’s victory dance on this calamitous Iran deal without being punished.
- It’s preposterous to read the commentary from many on this who say the question was “disrespectful to Obama.”
First of all, the question was completely legitimate. Not everything is about how awesome Obama needs to look all the time.
But more importantly – with 5 seconds of searching, you can find the kind of questions the press used to ask of President Bush, like this undermining, loaded question tossed at him back in 2006 that accuses him of being a liar and a warmonger:
“QUESTION: I’d like to ask you, Mr. President — your decision to invade Iraq has caused the deaths of thousands of Americans and Iraqis, wounds of Americans and Iraqis for a lifetime.
Every reason given, publicly at least, has turned out not to be true. My question is: Why did you really want to go to war? From the moment you stepped into the White House, your Cabinet officers, former Cabinet officers, intelligence people and so forth — but what’s your real reason? You have said it wasn’t oil, the quest for oil. It hasn’t been Israel or anything else. What was it?”
That’s what disrespect looks like.