AZ Shooter Did Not Fit DHS Domestic Terror Profile

J. B. Williams
The Patriots News

At the direction of the Southern Poverty Law Center, the Obama Administration and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) had established a profile for what they call “potential domestic terrorists” of grave concern in the DHS Intel Report titled “Rightwing Extremism.”

The Obama Administration has allowed the Southern Poverty Law Center to define “hate” – hate speech and hate-based domestic terrorism. But the Southern Poverty Law Center is nothing more than a George Soros funded hate group of a different sort, using its power with the current administration to launch a full scale assault on all who do not share the left-wing political view and labeling all conservatives “haters.”

However, Jared Lee Loughner, the alleged gunman responsible for shooting Democrat Congresswoman Gabby Giffords did not meet Obama’s SPLC depiction of a domestic terrorist. He was not a soldier, as first reported by the left-wing press, but rather an Army reject. He is not a political conservative, but rather a political liberal.

If Loughner opposes illegal immigration, then he shot the wrong congresswomen. Giffords opposed Obama on his administrations lack of border security and their efforts to force amnesty for illegals upon the citizens of Arizona. Giffords is a blue-dog Democrat, in full favor of Second Amendment gun rights and enforcement of our immigration laws and border security…

…Well-known leftwing blog The Daily KOS has reportedly pulled a recent posting calling for the targeting of Democrat members of congress who voted against ObamaCare and other leftwing agenda items. Giffords was one of those targets, –Congresswoman Giffords Is Dead To Me – says Daily KOS, only two days before shooting… (Daily KOS has since pulled the posting) [Screen shot of the “Boy Blue” Kos article below. ~CAJ]

When the streets of Berkeley burn in protest to higher college tuition fees, they are not burned by rightwing extremist students, but rather entitlement oriented leftwing students. When the streets of Chicago burn even when the Bulls win, they do not burn at the hands of rightwing extremists, but rather at the hands of leftwing inner-city thugs.

It isn’t Rush Limbaugh who called for violent armed revolution in America, but rather leftwing hero and Pulitzer finalist Ted Rall

Read the entire article at The Patriot News.

H/T Patriots for America

Update: At Patterico’s Pontifications, Markos Blames Palin for Giffords Shooting — But There’s Just One Problem: Kos Put a Bulls Eye on Giffords

Update 2: H/T NeoNeocon, Shooting suspect’s nihilism rose with isolation:

TUCSON, Ariz. – At an event roughly three years ago, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords took a question from Jared Loughner, the man accused of trying to assassinate her and killing six other people. According to two of his high school friends the question was essentially this: “What is government if words have no meaning?”

Loughner was angry about her response — she read the question and didn’t have much to say.*

“He was like … ‘What do you think of these people who are working for the government and they can’t describe what they do?'” one friend told The Associated Press on Sunday. “He did not like government officials, how they spoke. Like they were just trying to cover up some conspiracy.”

Both friends spoke on condition of anonymity, saying they wanted to avoid the publicity surrounding the case. To them, the question was classic Jared: confrontational, nonsensical and obsessed with how words create reality.

The friends’ comments paint a picture bolstered by other former classmates and Loughner’s own Internet postings: that of a social outcast with nihilistic, almost indecipherable beliefs steeped in mistrust and paranoia…

That article continues at Yahoo! News.

*On 8 January while we at CAJ were reading the Twitter feed this “tweet” showed up, written by a young woman who’d been following the news of the Tucson shootings, and who suddenly realized she’d gone to school with the accused gunman. She is Caitie, writing to a person on Twitter known as @antderosa:

@caitieparker Caitie Parker

@antderosa He was a political radical & met Giffords once before in ’07, asked her a question & he told me she was “stupid & unintelligent”

Her next “tweet”:

@antderosa he was a pot head & into rock like Hendrix,The Doors, Anti-Flag. I haven’t seen him in person since ’07 in a sign language class

And Caitie continues:

@antderosa As I knew him he was left wing, quite liberal. & oddly obsessed with the 2012 prophecy.

@antderosa he had a lot of friends until he got alcohol poisoning in ’06, & dropped out of school. Mainly loner very philosophical.

@noboa more left. I haven’t seen him since ’07 though. He became very reclusive.

@lakarune I haven’t seen him since ’07. Then, he was left wing.

In our very humble opinion, the picture Caitie painted on Saturday was not that of a Sarah Palin drone, nor a Glenn Beck 9/12-er, nor a Tea Partier, nor a Constitutionalist, nor a Libertarian, nor a Rush Limbaugh groupie. While Rep. Giffords was not a candidate they endorsed, she was a Blue Dog Democrat and probably someone who could have agreed with the new majority on some issues, including the Second Amendment. The Tea Parties had scored major victories in November and had helped the Republican Party take back the House of Representatives. Simple common sense tells most people that winners don’t become violent, shooting haters.

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