Giffords Shooting


Rep. Gabrielle Giffords has been shot in Arizona. She is in critical condition. Some nutjob opened fire at a Safeway in Tuscon where Giffords was meeting with her constituents.

We’re all thinking the same thing. Let’s not jump to conclusions.

Update: The media is trying to link the shooter to Jared Taylor now. He has posted a response at Amren.

Update: Mark Potok blames the “Radical Right” for the Giffords shooting.

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  1. Spooky – let not your heart be troubled. They hold the reigns of power, but are pulling way too hard. The horses need a rest – and the Over;ords keep yeanking this way and that. When the horses finally bolt, and rear – it’s gonna be really ugly.

    They’ve jumped the gun. They haven’t killed off/Browned Out enough yet. We are NOT going to war with Iran. Any chaos they unleash will jump right back on them. They won’t be able to control what they are unleashing. People are getting wise to this – and not just Whites.

    They’ve made a HUGE mistake with this one.

  2. HAC wishes he would get some sort of attention from ZOG! He’s like “Hey! Don’t notice me, ZOG! Pleese pleese pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeese don’t notice meeeeee! Eeek! (Are they looking?)”

    And I would pay cash money – or even some of my Christmas cookies – to hear and see Wolf Blitzer and Andrea Mitchell spitting and hissing, clutching their throats, and reaching for the smelling salts, while quoting Randolph Dilloway and Alex Linder on air! That would be Beyond the Valley of the Dolls fun! That would be…..the most fun…ever….wow.


    Please Jesus please!

  3. Loughner’s Facebook page had been saved just before it was removed. A copy is available.
    It has pictures of his heroes: Obama, Saul Alinsky, Chomsky, Hugo Chavez, Che, Fidel, Mao, Stalin, Yassir Arafat.
    “Fight the right. Obama and the progressives will overcome the tyranny of big business and the racist Tea Party.”

    Scroll to post #65

  4. “That would be…..the most fun…ever….wow.


    Please Jesus please!”
    Denise, scootch over and make room for me on that spectator bench, too!

  5. I don’t believe the facebook page to be real. All the stuff we’ve been previously seeing about this guy points to a deranged youth suffering from some sort of dissociative mental disorder whose reading list seems to be a greatest hits compilation of the shocking and controversial. I don’t think he was either a rightist or a leftist, just a nut.

  6. Why was his page removed? That page was posted yesterday, while the story was still breaking. Who could/would make up a page that fast? If fake, could it have been made up before the shootings?

  7. I find it funny that a bootlicker for the Jews like Taylor is now accused of being an anti-Semite. Just goes to show that – to the Jews – all gentiles are the enemy. Let us hope that this will finally convince Taylor that the Jews are enemies of us whites and not potential allies.

  8. I’m about to say some things that need to be said.

    Hope you said them without difficulty.

    Mind sharing them, in writing, with the rest of us? (Hehe…)

  9. Amren is not anti-semitic (imo).

    Amren is merely opportunistic. And I’m not condemning them necessarily.

    What I mean is that Amren started up by loading up on Jewish speakers, but when that didn’t work (it didn’t get them mainstream appeal), they started to bring in Stormfront types. It’s all about the desire to build a bigger castle.

  10. “I’m about to say some things that need to be said.”

    Why don’t you start with addressing matters such as this.

    From the ADL’s own website:

    ADL Provides Extremism and Civil Liberties Training to the Department of Homeland Security

    Washington, DC, May 1, 2007 … The Department of Homeland Security has contracted with the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) to provide its specialized training and expertise on extremism, hate groups, domestic and international terrorism, and civil liberties to high-level agency personnel.

    ADL held a special session of its Advanced Training School (ATS) for Homeland Security officials on April 22-24 in Washington, D.C. On hand for the briefings were 34 participants representing various divisions within the department, including U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Transportation Security Administration’s Federal Air Marshals Service, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, and the U.S. Secret Service.

    In remarks to the ADL’s National Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C., Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said the briefings are one way his department, the government’s third largest, is partnering with ADL to address issues of immigration, civil liberties and extremism.

    “By providing this course since 2003, ADL has equipped hundreds of graduates from over 150 law enforcement agencies with vital information about terror networks, extremist movements and civil liberties protections,” Secretary Chertoff told an audience of nearly 500 ADL leaders from across the country.

    “Our Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties has been working closely with ADL, and we’ve just completed a course for over 30 of our colleagues at DHS, working with the ADL on these issues of terrorism and civil liberties,” Secretary Chertoff added.

    ADL’s Advanced Training School, launched in 2003, provides law enforcement professionals with state-of-the-art training, information, resources and contacts to increase their capabilities in combating domestic and international terrorist threats. Between 2003 and 2006, ATS held 10 sessions, training 326 senior level law enforcement personnel representing 162 different local, state and federal agencies.

    “Our trainings are intensive and offer a range of detailed information about anti-government extremists, hate groups, extremism and terrorism on the Internet and hate groups,” said David C. Friedman, ADL Director of National Law Enforcement Initiatives. “We have had phenomenal feedback from the participants, and the ATS program has enabled us to establish important relationships and contacts with law enforcement.”

    ADL convened the special session of ATS at the request of Homeland Security’s Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties. Participants examined the tactics used by terrorists and extremists, the strategies that may be used by law enforcement to deter, prevent and respond to incidents and threats, and the civil rights and liberties that must be protected in the process. The Homeland Security Department has expressed an interest in offering subsequent sessions to its personnel.

    ADL has a range of experts who monitor domestic extremists, hate groups, and terrorist organizations, and also brings in outside experts for specialized ATS briefings. Homeland Security’s training, for example, included a briefing from Brig. Gen. Nir Meri-Esh of the Israel Police, who shared his firsthand experiences and knowledge in preventing and responding to terrorist attacks.

  11. the DHS isnow partnering with Walmart, in order to encourage the patrons ofWalmart to “report suspicious activity”


    Think bout this. This concpetwas desinged to get Joe and Jane Fat and Toothless LumpenProl acclimated to reporting – but think.

    Think about this. DHS is recruitng the People of Walmart.

    Barb – it’s getting funnerer and funnerer each and every day.

    ZOG is Tony Montana.

  12. OMG. Are there edit buttons anywhere on this site? Arrrghhh…

    FYI – Arizona is the New Birmingham seems to be the Approved Catchphrase. Thing is – most ‘Murkins, and certainlythe Newly Arrived Diverse, will have the same reaction will have the same essential reaction as Hail, to whit – “WTF”?

    PS FYI – I’ve already begun calling the attention to my local TPers, of the sheer weirdness of all of this. “Why are the press blaming the Tea Partiers? The guy was a total nutcase, and the total Lefty! Also – what is all this Anti Semitism CRAP? The guy was into the Communist Manifesto, and Peter Pan, Noam Chomsky, and Ayn Rand (I then must provide the real name of Rand) He didn’t write anything “anti-Semitic”. He was a LEFTY. I know all the newscasters are Jews, and all – but where is this Anti-Semitic crap coming from? So the Congresswoman is a Jew – so what? She’s not even dead. The judge was a Protestant, and the little girl a Catholic -it’s like they don’t even count. What’s this all about? I don’t get it…”

  13. I hope the MSM response to this event awakens more than a few Tea Partiers. They all know that THEY didn’t shoot these people, so they ought ask themselves why they’re being blamed.

  14. It looks like this guy was stalking Giffords since 2007, long before there even was a Tea Party, and few knew who Obama and Palin were. He sounds more like a Travis Blickle type from Taxi Driver, or like the guy who shot George Wallace. If he was stalking Giffords google searches could have led him across an amren article that would have left a trace on his computer. Though only the FBI forensic investigators would have access to that information and how just that specific bit of information could be released by some hack at Softball Janet’s DHS is questionable? That Sheriff sure is a rotten democratic hack, turns out the old man in the photo was just a taxi driver and anyone in their right mind knew these types of nuts always act alone, yet the sheriff insinuated that he was part of some Tea Party conspiracy? This is ridiculous that conservatives are now on the defensive when this had nothing to do with them. If the John Lennon assassination occurred today the media would probably blame the Tea Party as well, this monstrous, Stalinistic disinformation campaign by the media has to be beaten into the heads of ordinary whites to reinforce the lesson of just how hostile this leftist coalition is that THEY are the ones slandered with responsibility for this. I sure hope Talk Radio harps this out tomorrow.

  15. Here is the bio on the Jewish reporter at Fox News who smeared American Renaissance magazine as the organization linked to the murderer:

    Rosen joined FOX News Channel in 1999.

    James Rosen is a Washington correspondent for the Fox News Channel, where he has worked since February 1999.
    Having covered the White House under Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, and the State Department under Secretaries Condoleezza Rice and Hillary Clinton, Rosen has reported from 49 states and more than three dozen foreign countries across five continents. He has filed stories from Afghanistan, Colombia, Haiti, Iraq, the Palestinian Authority, Pakistan, and Uganda, as well as Capitol Hill, the Pentagon, the Supreme Court, and the presidential campaign trail.
    Rosen has interviewed many notable figures, ranging from presidents and Cabinet secretaries to four justices of the Supreme Court, as well as cultural icons like screen legend Jerry Lewis, authors William F. Buckley, Jr. and Tom Wolfe, and chess master Gary Kasparov.
    Rosen’s articles and essays have been published in most major newspapers, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, and USA Today, and in prestigious periodicals like Harper’s, Playboy, the National Review, and the American Bar Association Journal.
    Rosen spent 17 years researching and writing “The Strong Man: John Mitchell and the Secrets of Watergate,” which was published by Doubleday in 2008 and named one of the best books of the year by the Wall Street Journal.
    Born in Brooklyn and raised on Staten Island, Rosen earned his bachelor of arts in political science at The Johns Hopkins University and a master’s degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. A collector of rare Beatles recordings, he lives in Washington, D.C. with his wife and their two sons.

  16. True or untrue: the only rationale he actually gave for the act was that she voted against Pelosi. Is that not true?

    That wasn’t the same guy.

    Somebody on Free Republic posted a screen shot of some Daily Kos commenter who said the congresswoman was “DEAD to me”, but it wasn’t the shooter who posted it.

    It was just some gay lefty who had nothing to do with the shooting.

    “What is government, if words have no meaning?” isn’t the statement of someone who would’ve given a rat’s ass whether Gabrielle Giffords voted to confirm Pelosi.

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