Category Archives: Sutherland

What They’re NOT Telling You About Sutherland

Was it an anti-Christian hate crime? Is the press encouraging mass murder?

They Don’t Know My God.

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Regular Daily Stuff

Journalists Retell Their Election Night Horror Stories
‘People were throwing up. People were on the floor crying’
“Crooked Media” podcast host and former senior political correspondent for MTV News Ana Marie Cox recalled how some of her friends worried about their future.
“A Muslim colleague of mine called his mother. She was worried he was going to be the victim of violence at any moment,” Cox said. “A colleague who is gay and married was on the phone with her wife saying, ‘They’re not going to take this damn ring away from me.'”
Editor of the New Yorker David Remnick discussed his sudden revelation that journalists need to “put pressure on power,” once Trump was elected.

Trump’s Koigate Is Fake News Spun by Shameless White House Press Corps
An otherwise uneventful photo op with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been falsely spun by the White House press corps as a massive diplomatic blunder.
During the photo op, Trump and Abe were feeding koi in a pond below the balcony with spoons.
After several spoonfuls, PM Abe dumps his box of fish food into the pond. Trump follows in kind.

Watch as Donald Trump totally gives up on feeding fish in Japan

CNN Deceptively Edits to Preserve Anti-Trump Narrative

Fox News yanks Tom Steyer ad calling for Trump’s impeachment
What was Fox thinking agreeing to run his ad in the first place, let alone running it during “Fox & Friends,” POTUS’s favorite show? Steyer must have paid them a small fortune to make it worth their while, knowing how Trump himself and Fox’s extremely pro-Trump audience would react.

Menendez could remain in Senate even if he’s convicted
Republicans would likely try to expel the New Jersey lawmaker, but Democrats are expected to delay.
But expelling Menendez — even if he is convicted of a felony — might not be that easy.
Republicans need a two-thirds majority in the Senate to agree to expel a member, which means they would need Democratic votes. With partisan tensions so high — Democrats are still bitter that Republicans denied President Barack Obama’s Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland the seat last year, among a host of other issues — they are in no mood to cooperate with the GOP majority.

Democrat Ted Lieu Walks Out of Moment of Silence for Texas Victims
My colleagues right now are doing a moment of silence in the House of Representatives chambers. I respect their right to do that, and I myself have participated in many of them.
But I can’t do this again. I’ve been to too many moments of silences [sic]. In just my short career in Congress, three of the worst mass shootings in U.S. history have occurred. I will not be silent.

The heroes of Sutherland Springs
Any gun-control measure that is sweeping enough to make a dent in the country’s gun stock and render gun ownership difficult enough to, at the margins, keep firearms out of the hands of psychopaths will inevitably affect law-abiding people as well. In places like rural Texas that would rightly be considered a serious imposition.
Without a gun, if something goes wrong, the only option is sitting and waiting for the authorities to show up.
And the likes of Stephen Willeford and Johnnie Langendorff, obviously, aren’t the waiting kind.

Donna Brazile ACTUALLY CHALLENGED Clinton’s Top Male Staffers To A Dick Measuring Contest

Kellyanne Conway Turns the Tables on CNN’s Brian Stelter
CNN has unfortunately, as Conway correctly notes, recast itself from a network that at least pretended not to be liberal – which introduced an element of balance into its coverage – to one that is clearly over on the left with MSNBC.
So, faced immediately with a predictably hostile line of questioning, Conway fought back and made CNN the issue instead of President Trump.

The obligatory “If you ask for a ‘lawyer dog,’ are you invoking your right to counsel?” post
A few days old but no less shocking with the passage of time.
“This is how I feel, if y’all think I did it, I know that I didn’t do it so why don’t you just give me a lawyer dog ’cause this is not what’s up.” The punctuation, arguably critical to Demesme’s use of the sobriquet “dog,” was provided by the Orleans Parish District Attorney’s office in a brief, and then adopted by Louisiana Associate Supreme Court Justice Scott J. Crichton.
The charges: Aggravated rape and indecent behavior with a juvenile. That’s heavy stuff, not the sort of defendant whom a judge is eager to let walk away on a technicality. What happened here, I think, is that the court went looking for a reason to ignore Demesme’s request for an attorney, fearing that he was a very dangerous offender, and seized on that conditional “if y’all think I did it” to claim that he never unambiguously asked for one



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Trump’s statement about Sutherland Springs

“Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and families of today’s murderous attack in Sutherland Springs, Texas. This horrible act of evil occurred as the victims and their families were in their place of sacred worship. We cannot put into words the pain and grief we all feel, and we cannot begin to imagine the suffering of those who lost the ones they loved. Our hearts are broken.

“But in dark times such as these, Americans do what we do best: we pull together. We join hands. We lock arms. And through the tears and the sadness, we stand strong.

“My Administration is providing its full support to the state and local authorities investigating this horrible crime. I have spoken with Governor Abbott, and we offer our thanks to the first responders who ultimately stopped the suspect and rendered immediate and lifesaving aid to the victims of this shooting. I will continue to follow developments closely.

“All of America is praying to God to help the wounded and the families – we will never leave their side.”

– President Donald J. Trump, November 5, 2017


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I Didn’t Plan to Do This

Since it’s the 800 pound gorilla in the room I guess I have to do this, although there’s plenty of other things to talk about.
Sutherland Springs, Texas: small, rural town where people regularly gather to worship God and fellowship together. A slimy, belly-crawling reptile named Devin Patrick Kelley decided to shoot up the church his ex-wife’s family attended. He was in the military from 2010-2014 before he was court martialed for two violations of the UCMJ for domestic battery on his wife and child.

He killed 26 people and wounded 20, including the pastor’s 14 year old daughter. WHO IN THE NAME OF HEAVEN KILLS KIDS??

‘Hero’ neighbor got his rifle, shot at Texas church gunman
Johnnie Langendorf was credited with chasing this puke down

“I pulled up to the intersection where the shooting happened and I saw two men exchanging gunfire, the other being a citizen of the community,” he said. “The shooter of the church had taken off, fled in his vehicle, and the other gentleman came and he said, ‘We need to pursue him,’ that he just shot up the church. So that’s what I did. I just acted.”
Langendorff said he hadn’t seen the concerned neighbor before, but knew he was from the area.

Stephen Willeford managed to shoot Devin Kelley before jumping in another man’s truck and chasing him down, the Daily Mail reported.
An area resident told the paper that Willeford, an avid biker who attends another church, learned about the shooting when his daughter called to say a man clad in body armor was shooting worshipers.
The local said that although Willeford has no military background, he didn’t hesitate when he came face to face with the suspect — and managed to squeeze off a round that struck the gunman, who had dropped his Ruger AR-15 variant.

Chelsea Handler Blames ‘Republicans’ for Texas Church Shooting

“Nobody is trying to take away your guns,” she added. “If you want to go shoot, you know, whatever, in the woods, that’s fine, but it’s a hobby. If your hobby is [affecting] innocent people being killed all the time, children included, don’t you think you should reconsider the lack of restrictions placed on your hobby?”

Obama Uses Texas Church Massacre To Call For Fewer Guns

“We grieve with all the families in Sutherland Springs harmed by this act of hatred, and we’ll stand with the survivors as they recover,” Obama wrote on Twitter. “May God also grant all of us the wisdom to ask what concrete steps we can take to reduce the violence and weaponry in our midst.”
Obama, who has taken an unusually active role during his successor’s administration, offered no specific details on what those steps to reduce the guns “in our midst” would look like.

Trump Says Church Shooting Is Mental Health Problem, Not Gun Problem
Trump confronted news of the worst church shooting in American history Monday in a televised address from Tokyo with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, in which he called the shooting an “act of evil,” offered his administration’s full support to the people of Texas, and called the shooting a mental health issue, according to the Associated Press. While Democratic senators almost immediately began calling for gun control in the wake of the attack, Trump claimed that the real issue the derangement of the shooter, not guns.

The mind is numb, the soul aches, we’re not perfect but we try to make sense of the senseless.


Filed under Barack Obama, Crime, Donald Trump, Gun Control, Sutherland

Pray Hard

It’s horrifying that 26 were killed and about 20 more wounded in a mass shooting at a Texas Baptist church. What makes it seem even worse to me is that this town is TINY, about 400 residents. Back in 1996, we suffered the brutal butchering of two teen girls by a neighbor who had a wife and small son. The girls went to our church; my girls were in youth group with them. Our whole community was devastated and the fallout for that group of teens was felt years later as some continued to suffer and succumb to alcoholism and suicide. Our village has about 3,500 souls. I truly cannot imagine the impact this far bigger trauma will have on this far smaller community. My heart is breaking for them.

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