For those still catching up on all the horrific Tucson massacre weekend news, here’s a quick, link-filled summation of mentally unstable suspect Jared Loughner’s life and times, according to friends, family, classmates, teachers, and law enforcement:
There has been zero indication that Loughner directly or explicitly complained about immigration; instead, he ranted about illiteracy in general and inveighed against grammar control. But this, of course, didn’t stop pro-illegal alien amnesty sheriff Clarence Dupnik from shoehorning SB1070 and its aftermath into his press conference about the Tucson massacre.
And as the latest reports reveal, Loughner stalked Giffords since 2007 — well before Palin became a household name and the modern Tea Party was born.
According to a close friend, Loughner’s motive was:
“More chaos, maybe,” he says. “I think the reason he did it was mainly to just promote chaos. He wanted the media to freak out about this whole thing. He wanted exactly what’s happening. He wants all of that.” Tierney thinks that Loughner’s mindset was like the Joker in the most recent Batman movie: “He fucks things up to fuck shit up, there’s no rhyme or reason, he wants to watch the world burn. He probably wanted to take everyone out of their monotonous lives: ‘Another Saturday, going to go get groceries’—to take people out of these norms that he thought society had trapped us in.”
Only in the calculating minds of Tucson massacre ghouls at the NYTimes, MSNBC & Democrat leadership do these things add up to “Tea Party-inspired, immigrant-hating, GOP-fueled right wing terrorist.”blog comments powered by Disqus
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