[ASI] Obama's Double Standard on Violence

December 17th, 2012 at 12:38 pm EST
Cliff Kincaid
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Dear Friend of America's Survival:

Our corrupt liberal media are doing what we should have expected. They are exploiting the terrible tragedy at Sandy Hook. Soledad O'Brien of CNN is a liberal blockhead who just makes matters worse.

Please see my new column:

You can read it here:

CNN's O'Brien Urges Obama to "Track" People and Firearms

The guns are not to blame. The killer deserves the blame. But there has to be an explanation of why he did it.

One observer commented: I'm going to be very surprised if he [the killer] was not a pot smoker.

You may recall that I recently did a column on illegal drugs and mental illness. The fact is that something caused this kid to snap. It is reported he had a personality disorder.

Send me any information you have about this case at Kincaid@comcast.net

Another problem with the saturation coverage if that it gives other troubled kids the idea that they can solve problems through guns, or at least by threatening to use them.

Our media are exploiting this tragedy not only to push a "gun control" agenda but to get ratings from people who think, mistakenly, that a network like CNN is in the business of proving news and information, rather than propaganda.

We see, over and over again, Obama shedding tears for the innocent victims. But he has a double standard on violence. His associates, Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn, were members of a group, the Weather Underground, which waged a campaign of violence and murder that targeted police and the public.  They were implicated by former FBI informant Larry Grathwohl in the 1970 bombing murder of Police Sgt. Brian V. McDonnell.  Ayers and Dohrn have never been brought to justice.

Bernardine Dohrn gave a speech in honor of mass murderer Charles Manson. She and her husband Bill Ayers dedicated the "Prarie Fire Manifesto" in part to Sirhan Sirhan, the assassin of Robert F. Kennedy.

Charles Manson and his "family" emerged in 1969 when he had taken a group of young people, subjected them to heavy drug use, and ordered them to commit mass murder. On the Weather Underground and their drug use, Ayers writes in his own book, Fugitive Days, that marijuana was available "everywhere, every party, every gathering, every meeting."

Dohrn went further, praising the psychopath Manson as a true "revolutionary," adding, "First they killed those pigs [i.e., the victims, including a pregnant movie actress], then they ate dinner in the same room with them. Then they even shoved a fork into one's stomach. Wild."

In her "Declaration of a State of War," Dohrn said, "We fight in many ways. Dope is one of our weapons. The laws against marijuana mean that millions of us are outlaws long before we actually split. Guns and grass are united in the youth underground."

But wait: wasn't it Obama's Attorney General who refused to give Congress documents on gun-running to Mexican drug cartels? Didn't several hundred die in that scandal? And didn't Obama lie about it on a Spanish television station before the election by claiming this was a Bush Administration operation?  

They failed to use that tragedy to impose their "gun control" agenda on the law-abiding citizen. But they will use the slaughter at Sandy Hook.

Resistance to Obama's duplicitous agenda is the only way to pay tribute to the innocent victims.  

If he wants justice for victims of crime, let him start with ordering Eric Holder to indict Ayers and Dohrn for their reported role in the bombing murder of Sgt. McDonnell.

For some background on that case, please read this report.

Send me your thoughts at Kincaid@comcast.net


For America's Survival,


Cliff Kincaid, President




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