The threat is real.

Cue yet another wingnut shitfit. CNN reports that the Department of Homeland Security has recently circulated a new “intelligence assessment” examining the danger of domestic terrorism from the right-wing “sovereign citizen” movement. This of course means that the President Oblackblack stooges who run DHS think that all right-wingers are fanatic terrorists worse than Islamists, QED.

Yes, this means you, brave freedom #tcot freedom fighters of Twitter. Yes, this obviously means you, brave right-wing bloggers of Red State and Hot Air and Weasel Zippers. Yes this means you, brave patriots of BlazeTV, who risk life, limb and freedom to make stunningly unfunny comedy bits. You are all the true heroes of America.

Let us take a look at the paragraph from CNN that seems to be causing the most consternation among our wingnut brethtren:

Some federal and local law enforcement groups view the domestic terror threat from sovereign citizen groups as equal to — and in some cases greater than — the threat from foreign Islamic terror groups, such as ISIS, that garner more public attention.​

Well yes, one would think local law enforcement would be more concerned about locals with a grudge against the government and access to lots and lots and lots and lots of semi-automatic weaponry than it would be with ISIS, which so far is confined to deserts in the Middle East, where American sheriffs don’t have jurisdiction. (Though some of them are ready just in case them dang old moose limbs try something.)

We can’t imagine why federal authorities and local police might be concerned with violence from right-wing militia groups and attacks by “lone wolf” sovereign citizens. Truly, it is a mystery.

CNN does briefly talk to an FBI official who says that the Bureau investigates a variety of threats both foreign and domestic. And of course the entire DHS has different departments that focus on different areas. There is no mention of the title of this report, but we can assume it was focused on domestic terrorism, and somewhere in the federal government there is a report or two that deals with the threat of foreign terrorists like ISIS. Just a suspicion, but the feds can usually focus on more than one issue at a time. So it’s not as if they are ignoring Islamic terrorists to persecute Michelle Malkin and the drunks who write the Daily Caller.

But now we know why conservatives in Congress are okay with shutting down DHS over its funding. Otherwise the big bad department might continue to hurt their fee-fees by mentioning that occasionally right-wingers commit terrorist acts. Meantime why isn’t DHS investigating that time Obama and Bill Ayers attended the same wedding, HENGHHHHH? Who knows what kind of bombings those two plotted over canapes!

You’d think DHS would have learned its lesson last time it reported on right-wing extremism. To your computers, brave conservative keyboard warriors! You have nasty tweets to write!


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  • FlownOver

    Could you just say “Wingnuts lose their shit about a thing again”? The details hardly matter any more.

    • Reddishrabbit

      CTRL+C, CTRL+V. Save a little time.

    • Good_Gawd_Yall

      This is perfect.

    • ButIKnowWhatILike

      Those guys lose their shit so constantly it’s like they don’t even need bleach enemas.

  • Toomush_Infer

    Yes, I am here on Saturday morning…

  • NeOphelia

    sovereign citizens jes don’t love their country like you and I do.
    wingnuts heads exploding in 3. . .2 . . 1 . .

    • CriticalDragon1177

      Sovereign Citizens love America so much that they want to overthrow its oppressive democratically elected government that makes them pay taxes.

      • TheBidenator

        Which makes them true patriots :spit: :hic-burp:

  • Derp perp

    Sounds right to me.

  • Beowoof14

    Well the really don’t like being called on their bs. Tim McVeigh and Terry Nichols gave me reason to be concerned about right wing terrorism. Of course when we are talking about the right wing it isn’t really terrorism in their minds, it is just right wing freedom fighters, fighting to impose their ideology on the rest, just like the Islamic terrorist.

  • Anarchy Pony

    The right wingers are freedumb fighters, ronnie raygun said so. He was a contra too, he said so.

  • Reddishrabbit

    Well, if you just look at the Republicans in Congress, it would be hard to imagine them doing more than one thing at a time. Actually, doing anything would be a bit surprising.

  • NeOphelia

    Hey, is that thar one of them queer black panther squirrels?

    • SFRealness

      After they legalized same-sex marriage in Alabama, them there gay squirrels went on a rampage…

  • JustPixelz

    Calm down everyone! Cliven Bundy’s only threatened violence if their political demands were not met. Duh, that’s not terrorism.

    • JMPesq

      But what about his supporters who then left to go kill a bunch of cops?

      • ButIKnowWhatILike

        Lone wolves. Even when they’re plural.

  • deanbooth

    Has Cliven Bundy been arrested yet? A friend wants to know if he can avoid paying taxes by throwing a good guys with guns party.

    • willi0000000

      land use fees – yes . . . taxes – no.

  • MrBlobfish

    It’s time to get all “we the people” on them and, uh, second amendment solution, and, uh, water the tree of liberty. Constitutional Truckers! To the ramparts!

  • JustPixelz
    • Blank Ron

      And that’s why the cops have escalated their efforts against these domestic terrorists.
      Against who?

      Sorry, forget I said anything…

    • ButIKnowWhatILike

      ” Sovereign Citizens Are America’s Top Cop-Killers”

      Even worse than Hucklenuts parolees? That’s bad.

  • Tallmutha

    I believe this interpretive dance will express the many fucks I give about wingnut butthurt:

    • Callyson

      FLOTUS agrees:

    • addison_da_wit

      Old footage from a Mike Huckabee campaign ad, no?

  • Enfant Terrible

    Shorter wingnuts: “We fight terrorism by shooting the messenger!”

    • NeOphelia

      Rinse, repeat: We fight ____ by shooting the messenger.

      • willi0000000


        We fight ______ by shooting.

        • Iron Monkey


          We shoot.

        • HobbesEvilTwin

          we shoot

  • Spotts1701

    If people don’t want to be called terrorists, they should stop doing terrorist-y things.

    • CriticalDragon1177

      It also doesn’t look good when you get angry when you call someone a terrorist who commits acts of terror whenever they happen to share certain key features of your ideology.

    • Blank Ron

      Then they’d have to find another hobby.

  • dshwa

    Yes wingnuts, we’re all scared of crazy loons with access to military grade weaponry, a scintillating hate for groups that don’t worship the same imaginary sky fairy or don’t worship it in the right way, and a desire to destroy the current civil government of their nation. but enough about the sovereign citizens, lets freak out about ISIS some more.

    • CriticalDragon1177

      yeah I know, lets forget about the fact that most American Muslims do not support groups like ISIS, and that Muslims are less than one percent of the American population so we can demonize and fear them instead of the real threat to our country. Seriously, as bad as ISIS maybe, there’s no way they’d be able to take over America, and only people who aren’t thinking are afriad of that happening.

      • JustforBob

        So, if Muslims are less than 1% of the population, what does it say about the concentration levels of fanaticism of the American Muslim population when a few hundred (~200 – 300?) have gone off to fight holy war in the last few years (compared to any other religious group in the US)?

        • CriticalDragon1177

          Not that much, because its still a very small percentage of the people within the US who are Muslims. The American population is huge, so even if we’re talking about a small minority group, they can still have more than a million members.

          • JustforBob

            I was speaking of concentration levels of extremism of US Muslims vs. other religious groups.

            If the relative percentage of US Muslim extremists is small, then the relative percentage of other religious extremists must be far smaller.

            After all, the absolute – let alone relative – number of US Muslims who have fought holy war is far higher than the number of US Christians or Hindus fighting a holy war.

            I’m not so certain there is an actual threat posed by Christians in the US, but Muslim ‘advocacy’ groups, working in tandem with more malign strains of Islamists, have pushed for curbing our freedom of speech and continuously promote hatred, foster hostility and carry water for the wide spectrum of extremist Muslim groups and teachings.

          • CriticalDragon1177

            Most US Muslims oppose groups like ISIS and the Taliban.

            Little Support for Terrorism Among Muslim Americans

            Also things like the “Stealth Jihad / Creeping Sharia” are a myth.

            Debunking The “Stealth Jihad”

            People who promote such things are bigots,

            The Anti-Muslim Inner Circle

            And the people who publish their propaganda usually have very low standards for objectivity.

            The company that publishes Robert Spencer’s Books also published a book Promoting Creationism

          • JustforBob

            Not sure if you’re reading my post as you’re responding with scripted jargon.

            I never said anything about whether a Muslim group supports ISIS – though plenty of Muslim groups in the US have a history of supporting HAMAS and Palestinian Islamic Jihad.

            What I actually said is that many Muslim groups have extremist members, links, or act as conduits for an Islam that is antagonistic to Western values.

            Now, are you hilariously trying to claim that merely opposing ISIS makes a Muslim moderate?

            Otherwise, you can pack up your straw-man and deal with mainstream Muslim groups’ connections to extremism, conspiracy theories, antagonism toward Western institutions and values, and victim-hood narratives.

          • CriticalDragon1177

            I am not straw manning you. If you read my links you would see that I have clearly shown beyond a reasonable doubt that it is a myth that there is wide spread support for extremism among American Muslims.

            Yes of course certain Muslim groups, have extremist members, and are antagonist to western values, and I oppose such groups. However, even so, it says nothing about American Muslims as a whole. Also if you want to claim that mainstream American Muslim groups like CAIR for example are linked to Hamas, and support extremism, you’re going to have back it up, and make sure that your sources are objective, and aren’t anti Muslim hate sites like Jihad Watch, Atlas Shrugged ( Pamela Geller’s site ) or Logan’s Warning. You also should be weary of right wing media like Fox News that often promotes ridiculous easily debunked claims to support their political agenda.

          • JustforBob

            and make sure that your sources are objective

            Right back at you.

            and aren’t anti Muslim hate sites like Jihad Watch, Atlas Shrugged ( Pamela Geller’s site ) or Logan’s Warning.

            Fair enough, unless JW is the primary source providing direct evidence such as a video recording that cannot be disputed.

            I’ll expect the same from you and disregard the links from Rightwingwatch and other garbage you’ve posted.

            Pot. Kettle. Black. and all.

            You also should be weary of right wing media like Fox News that often promotes ridiculous easily debunked claims to support their political agenda.

            On what basis have you made this assessment that Fox News is more biased than other mainstream news outlets, and should therefore be ignored out of hand?

            Do you have a study or academic report?

            f you read my links

            I am ignoring your links as they are from mad-watch type rags.

            Fair is fair.

            there is wide spread support for extremism among American Muslims.

            First of all, why don’t we start by agreeing upon a definition for religious extremism?

            Secondly, I said there is wider support for extremism in the US Muslim community than Christian or other religious communities.

            I used one metric for my argument – the number of adherents fighting for holy war.

            If you want to come up with a few others then we can compare between religious groups to get a rough assessment of which ones have higher concentrations of religious extremism.

          • CriticalDragon1177

            No you cannot use website like Jihad Watch that are monitored as hate sites by reputable organizations dedicated to fighting bigotry and violent extremists, and are trusted by law enforcement like the Southern Poverty Law Center, and the Anti Defamation League under any circumstances. I don’t care what their sources for their particular claim happen to be. If true you should be able find easily find sources outside of the anti Muslim “counter jihad” that back up your claims.

            As for Fox News,

            The Most Biased Name in News

            Inside the Fox News lie machine: I fact-checked Sean Hannity on Obamacare

            The Top Five Times A Fox Guest Debunked Fox

            Oh speaking of Islam, specifically, until recently they were promoting that ridiculous “Islamic no go zone” nonsense.


          • CriticalDragon1177

            Also you think there is no threat to our freedom from Christian fundamentalists?

            The Rise of the Religious Right
            in the Republican Party – Theocracy Watch

            Dominionism and Dominion Theology – Theocracy Watch

            A Christian Plot for Domination?

            Arch-Conservative U.S. Christians Help Uganda ‘Kill-the-Gays’ Bill Stay Alive

            Unlike Muslims, Christians are hardly a tiny minority within the US. There is far more support for extreme versions of Christianity here than there is for extreme versions of Islam, like Wahhabism, ISIS or the Taliban. Muslim extremists have practically no real chance of taking over the US. Christian extremists on the other had have far more popular support throughout the country.

          • JustforBob

            There is far more support for extreme versions of Christianity here than there is for extreme versions of Islam

            Do you have hard data or any type of metric on which to base this claim?

            When was the last time a Christian extremist traveled to a far away land and waged holy war?

            There have been ~ 200 – 300 extremist Muslims in the US who have traveled to distant lands and joined jihadist groups to wage holy war.

            There are no comparable numbers of members of any other religion in the US doing the same.

          • CriticalDragon1177

            So it doesn’t matter to you that there is wide spread support among many people in this country for basically taking away people’s rights in the name of Christianity?

            How are Muslims extremists more of threat to our freedom when they have practically no chance by any means of gaining political power here in the US? Even if a large percentage of them were jihadists, and that isn’t the case as my sources point out, they wouldn’t be able to impose a Sharia, or Islamic Law, on the US population.

            Also what about the fact that groups like the Southern Poverty Law Center, and the Anti Defamation League monitor hate groups, ( the overwhelming majority of which are not Islamic, and have nothing at all to do with Islam ) who commit far more acts of terrorism on American soil than all of our extremist Muslims combined?

          • JustforBob

            Are you not aware of people losing their jobs for holding Islam/Muslim critical views?

            Are you not aware of media discussion censoring itself over Islam compared to Christianity?

            Are you not aware of art exhibits and artists curtailing their exhibits for Islam but not Christianity, and at least one artist living in hiding following death threats against her?

            Give us the statistics on lethal terrorism in this country, a much more meaningful statistic as all terror groups – if they are qualitatively the same – should be equally likely to kill their victims.

            I find it absurd if we’re comparing an Islamist gunman to a dumpster burner.

          • CriticalDragon1177

            Cite a source that talks about Someone losing their job for simply being critical of Islam, outside of work?

            CNN, MSNBC, even PBS talk about Islam and Muslim extremists all the time. How are they censoring themselves?

            Yes I’m aware of the fanatical Muslims who threatened to murder innocent people and in some cases actually did so, over really stupid things like the mohammed cartoons, but that says nothing about Muslims as a whole, especially American Muslims.

            Report: U.S. Muslim Terrorism Was Practically Nil in 2012

            Non-Muslims Carried Out More than 90% of All Terrorist Attacks in America

            Are All Terrorists Muslims? It’s Not Even Close

            Also we’re not comparing Islamist gun men to dumpster burners. We’re comparing them to people like abortion clinic bombers, The KKK, violent anti government nut jobs and maniacs like wade Micheal Page who shot up that Sikh Temple.

            Sikh temple shooter identified as Wade Michael Page, skinhead band leader

            Here’s another example of recent US domestic terrorism that had nothing to do with Islam.

            FEAR Plot to Overthrow U.S. Government Part of Rising Domestic Extremism

          • Hi CrtitcalDragon,

            JustforBob won’t be replying any time soon, he decided to take a one way trip to the Ban Islands.

            Sorry ’bout that…

            – Shy

          • CriticalDragon1177

            Well at least I power owned him than! Man that guy seemed determined not to accept reality.

          • CriticalDragon1177

            What was he banned for by the way?

          • Listed reason is: Anti-Muslim Troll.

            I did some poking around his Disqus history, and across site after site, all he does is parrot anti-muslim crap, a lot of it pure invective.

          • CriticalDragon1177

            Yeah, I kind of got the same impression as well. I don’t blame Wonkette for not wanting people like him here.

          • HSkol Purging

            There is a far greater threat to the liberty of many and all US citizens where loud and politically motivated Christians such as Bryan Fischer, Tony Perkins, Michele Bachmann, Scott Lively, et alia, are concerned than there is of an attack by any extremist group such as ISIS on American soil.

            Your view that Muslim civil rights and advocacy groups work in tandem with extremists seems quite a bit off the mark as well. They themselves would be more likely to alert law enforcement to a rogue or rogues than you or I would be. How would we judge a rogue? By attire? By beard style? These groups do want what is best for their brothers and sisters, and do quite well to promote peace.

          • JustforBob

            Really? I don’t recall the media, etc, walking on egg shells on what they say based on extremist Christians, let alone extremist Christians attempting to restrict freedom of speech. I am aware of Muslim groups attempting to stifle free speech, let alone the threat of violence from Muslim extremists shutting down venues, etc.

          • HSkol Purging

            Perhaps you could read a bit about Bryan Fischer especially. He believes that Muslims do not have First Amendment rights. He so wants a Christian only USA, it’s really not the slightest bit funny.

          • CriticalDragon1177

            Excellent point. That fascistic lunatic even expects us to believe that the founding fathers intended for the first amendment’s free exorcize of religion clause to apply to Christians.

            Fundamentalist: When founders said ‘religion,’ they meant Christianity

          • CriticalDragon1177

            Go to websites like Right Wing Watch that monitor the American Religious Right. They reproduce right wing propaganda videos and radio shows, and quote the American far right without taking them out of context.

            Right Wing Watch,

            You’ll find plenty of far right American Christian extremists, attempting to stifle free speech, and / or threatening violence.

            Here are just a couple of examples

            Richard Mack: ‘Bloodshed’ May Be Needed If ‘State Sovereignty’ Not Preserved – ( He’s a former Arizona Sharif whose enraged with the idea of gays being able to marry, hates gun control and Obama being a “communist” )

            AFA Wants Libraries To Dump ‘Sexually Perverse’ Gay Children’s Book

            In addition don’t forget about the American religious right’s support for Uganda’s horrific “Kill the Gays Bill” that I mentioned earlier.

          • JustforBob

            Ok, so which American right-wing Christian leader expressed full support for Uganda’s bill?

            Names and direct quotes, please.

          • CriticalDragon1177

            Did you bother reading the Alternet article I linked to in a previous comment? Any way, here’s one more. Ever heard of Scott Lively? A lawsuit was filed against him for helping to bring about Uganda’s anti gay laws.

            Scott Lively, ‘Kill The Gays’ Bill Supporter And Evangelist, On Trial For Crimes Against Humanity

            Also Chick Fil A gave money to anti gay groups that endorsed Uganda’s Kill the Gays bill, which is the biggest reason I’ve never eaten there.

            Chick-Fil-A story is about so much more than just ‘marriage’ and ‘speech’

            Oh and one more thing, Uganda is a Christian country as well, should we see Christianity as an extremist political religion now?

            Religion in Uganda

            Uganda – Encyclopedia Britannica

            Should we use this fact to attack Christians and Christianity now?

          • CriticalDragon1177

            By the way, didn’t you notice that we’re commenting on a story about right wing terrorism in America? As I pointed out in another comment, most right wing terrorists in our country are not Muslims.

    • weejee

      Crazy loons with 22 pistols scare me, much less than with an AK47 knockoff.

  • Good_Gawd_Yall

    Wait. Are you saying there are heavily-armed people who hate the government out there, who are angry and upset about a thing the government said? But – but – but – An armed society is a POLITE society!! That is just un-possible.

    • weejee

      So what happens in Lost Wages does not always stay in Lost Wages? Vigilante insanity, is still insanity.

  • Steverino247

    Clinic bombers are all right wingers and certainly bear some government watching.

  • Virginia Dreaming

    The best way to make a terrorist is to oppress and kill people who don’t think they have enough power to fight back in more traditional ways. So it seems to me that the bad cops are doing their best to make sure they make young black men more dangerous than sovereign citizens.

    • willi0000000

      more dangerous to cops and their bosses for sure . . . i’m amazed that most black people have the maturity to realize that their oppressors aren’t an entire race* . . . unlike most tealabangelicals who hate anyone who doesn’t worship the right way or is just a bit darker than their sheets.

      * unless you count the blue people as a race

  • weejee

    The Ayup runs derp in the sovereign citizen’s den of disconnectivity. Himmler, too, also.

  • JMPesq

    But see, there are no right-wing terrorists, because conservatives are good, therefore anyone who does bad things cannot be conservative; that’s why, despite their ideology that seems extreme right, the Nazis were actually liberal because of some vague excuse (they were also all atheists despite their avowed Christianity and persecution of non-Christians) and likewise Tim McVeigh and Terry Nichols were really somehow liberal and we can find something to pull out of our asses to support that claim.

    • weejee

      Are the sovereigns suffering the apolitical blues?

      • kindness

        I once named a cat of mine Chairman Mow after that song.

  • CriticalDragon1177

    Has anyone seen Alex Jones talk about this yet? I bet it will be hilarious. “How dare the new world order smear these patriotic Americans who just want to overthrow their tyrannical government.”

    • texasace00

      Everyday on his site, same shit, either Obama, Holder, or the Jews/Zionists…they are at fault for everything

      • Sam_Dobermann

        “Everyday on his site, same shit, either Obama, Holder, or the Jews/Zionists…they are at fault for everything”

        Sounds like DailyKos.

        • CriticalDragon1177

          Really? Are you saying that the DailyKos is an anti Obama, antisemitic, anti Zionist website? It hardly looks like one to me.

  • MrBlobfish

    How come no report about the atheist threat?

    • Blank Ron

      Shh, don’t give them ideas…

    • kindness

      Or the Radical Buddhists.

      • Sheepshagger


      • ButIKnowWhatILike

        Apparently in Sri Lanka and Burma they are a problem. Give anyone guns and power and they can become assholes, unfortunately.

      • DahBoner

        They usually don’t even start playing until 11. I can never stay up that late…

  • Mehmeisterjr

    Why doesn’t DHS solve this so-called “domestic terrorism” problem with industrial strength bleach enemas? They are scientifically proven to purify the body of the vaccines that cause all health problems or something.

  • LIT_Fag

    Its time to invade the Red States. We will be greeted as liberators.

    • Rufus T. Firefly

      And the war will pay for itself.

      • LIT_Fag

        And unlike Iraq, the red states really do have WMD’s: Wingnuts of Mass Derpstruction.

      • Tess

        And we will be home by Christmas. Or, you know, that non-denominational shopping holiday in late December formerly known as Saturnalia.

        • Sam Hain

          and/or Festivus…for the rest of us.

    • SuspectedDemocrat

      We’ve already established a foothold in Austin, achieving a massive victory with operation coffee shop invasion. They thought they could defend themselves but they didn’t anticipate our advanced latte technology. Sure there’s a few dead enders but when everyone is drinking Lone Star Beer ironically, the battle is lost.

    • OrdinaryJoe

      We’ll just need a few hundred thousand Ho Boots on the ground and that will just about take care of the problem.

    • Sam Hain

      Where we will find yellow cake….(and eat it).

    • natoslug

      Why invade? Why not treat them as the boils they are and lance them from the nation?

  • Callyson
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  • malsperanza

    “The Department of Homeland Security has recently circulated a new ‘intelligence assessment’ examining the danger of domestic terrorism from the right-wing ‘sovereign citizen’ movement. This of course means that the President Oblackblack stooges who run DHS think that all right-wingers are fanatic terrorists worse than Islamists, QED.”


    Oops, sorry. I was just using right-wing logic for a second there.

    • OrdinaryJoe

      Just because you are guilty by association doesn’t mean you are not guilty.

    • ButIKnowWhatILike

      Because ALL CAPS makes your logic MOAR LOGICY.

  • malsperanza

    Seriously, though, why isn’t DHS investigating kindergartens?

  • SuspectedDemocrat

    Oh sure, call them terrorists because they stand up against treason. Hey Open Carry Texas, what did your guy say is the penalty for treason again?

  • Mavenmaven

    The right is getting a little “twitchy” with their triggers these days?

    • zerosumgame0005

      what with those fingers being all icky with santorum, they keep slipping…

  • Poly_Ester

    But…but….but, right wing terrorism is constitutional. It says so right here in Article… Dang, had it just a minute ago. Well I can’t find it because someone stole Article VIII from my copy.

  • diogenez

    Timothy McVeigh? Never heard of him…..

  • Metadude

    Stringin’ niggras from trees for decades.. That was jes fun. Weren’t no terrism!

  • ButchWagstaff

    Before you know it, Tea Party groups will be shown as nothing but scams. Oh, wait.

    • DahBoner

      Tea party groups are SCAMS. I was expecting butter cookies and a cup of English Breakfast, but all I got was Tricorner hats and flag shirts…

    • Takoma DC

      Yes! Invest in gold and commemorative coins! It’s all so pretty!

  • DahBoner

    I wish ISIS would drunk dial Michelle Malkin more often…

  • Sam Hain

    Yes, Well the Tea Party Jihadists don’t appreciate it when you point out how they want to “cram” their Christo-Fascist-Sharia law down our throats with their 2000 capacity, spring-loaded, banana-clip,open-carry, semi and fully automatic Freedom guns.

  • Paperless Tiger

    DHS intelligence assessment, eh? That means more Drills, Hoaxes, and, oh yeah, Security.

  • Capt.Jim

    We ought to just killem for claiming we are violent without any proof

  • Biel_ze_Bubba

    An “Intelligence Assessment” of armed wingnuts must have been pretty brief: “Still no signs of it.”

  • Takoma DC

    But they believe in Baby Jesus!

  • splashy79

    I’m far more afraid of the right wingers here in the US than any “terrorist” overseas. Heck, I’m more afraid of the gun carriers who don’t want to hurt anyone, they are just careless with their guns and end up injuring and killing themselves and others!

  • jmaz

    Cute little make believe story… except, history proves that mass shooters and ESPECIALLY high-ranking government official assassins – are of the far-left wingnut variety.

    • MV

      It’s best that you do keep that bag over your head, jmaz! Noticed your total lack of fact & references. Typical!

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