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DISGUSTING Veteran Hater Blasts a Dead War Hero ‘F*ck Chris Kyle’

A person by the name of Abby Martin, who is the founder of a very small social media following used her Facebook page to attack a dead war hero. Not just any dead hero, but Navy SEAL Chris Kyle.

Maybe it makes her feel strong and bigger than life to target a person who has died because he can’t fight back to defend himself.

However, its the very freedom that Chris Kyle fought for that grants her the vile hatred that she spews online.

Abby Martin designed a t-shirt that says “F*ck Chris Kyle’.

Here’s the post that Abby Martin has on her Facebook page:

Abby Martin blasts dead war hero with vile hatred

At first glance, many people I know thought she was just wishing she could have Chris Kyle and took it literally. However, this is not the case. Abby Martin makes her disdain known for Chris Kyle and her follower’s do as well.

We live in wild times where American citizen’s who live in the bubble that is protected by our brave soldiers utilize the very freedoms that they take for granted to attack those who protect it.

It’s these people who have no understanding of the dangers in our world, and are blinded by the political agenda’s that certain group’s push on people.

Chris Kyle is an American hero who is an easy target because he is no longer alive. Abbey Martin is just a coward hiding behind the freedoms that our military has granted her when she was born on this great land that we call the United States of America.

Chris Kyle cannot fight back, but I’m alive and so are you and we must ensure to stand up for him as he has kept our families safe from the evil people who would like to kill every last one of us Americans.

Chris Kyle is a hero.


 

MUST WATCH!!! Video Of Rancher Killed By Feds Shows Why He Was Angry – BLM Stole His Water

No matter what you think about the standoff in Oregon, this video shows rancher LaVoy Finicum was a man who was just trying to get by. All he wanted to do was feed and water his cows, and to take care of his family. It is stunningly heartbreaking that a man who merely wanted to keep his livestock fed and watered was shot down in a dispute over the federal government’s totalitarian control of public land.

If you know the story of the “Oregon Standoff,” this video will make you cry. A good man, who just wanted to feed his cattle, was gunned down in Oregon, standing up to a government that stole water meant for his livestock. He was so angry with a government that made his already hard life, harder, he took a stand. This is the plight of ranchers across America who are barely subsisting under the Obama administration.

Share this video liberally. Our government killed a good man. A man who was just trying to get by, and who was just trying to take care of his family.

Rest in peace, LaVoy, rest in peace.

 


 

BOMBSHELL: Rancher LaVoy Finicum Shot and Killed by Feds While he was laying face down in the street

BURNS – Oregon standoff spokesman Robert “LaVoy” Finicum was killed and other top leaders of the wildlife refuge occupation were arrested Tuesday after law enforcement officials stopped vehicles about 15 miles north of Burns.

Authorities did not release the name of the person who died at the highway stop, but two sources told The Oregonian/Oregonlive that it was Finicum, 55, of Cane Beds, Arizona, one of the cowboy-hat-wearing faces of the takeover.

audio statement from witness:

State police later confirmed that troopers were involved in a shooting about 4:30 p.m. along U.S. 395 about 20 miles north of Burns.

Ryan Bundy, 43, of Bunkerville, Nev., suffered a minor gunshot wound in the confrontation and was arrested.

Also arrested were his brother, Ammon Bundy, 40, of Emmett, Idaho, Ryan W. Payne, 32, of Anaconda, Mont., Brian Cavalier, 44, of Bunkerville, Nevada, and Shawna J. Cox, 59, of Kanab, Utah. They were charged with conspiracy to impede federal officers, a felony.

Finchum’s daughter said her father was to be part of the entourage going to John Day.

Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiore said that Ammon Bundy called his wife, Lisa Bundy, from the back of a police car on Tuesday night.

Fiore, a vocal supporter of the Bundy family, said that Ammon Bundy told his wife that Finicum was cooperating with police and had put his hands up. Then, Fiore said, Bundy told his wife that he watched police shoot Finicum three times. She said that Ammon Bundy also said Finicum was on the ground when he was shot.

Finicum on Monday said in a radio blog interview that he sensed heightened activity from federal law enforcement.


 

TSA Workers Fired for Rigging Body Scanner so they Could Grope Attractive Passengers [VIDEO]

(Controversial Times) A pair of TSA agents was fired after a plot to grope attractive passengers was uncovered.

Yasmeen Shafi, 22, was told by her colleague, Ty Spicha, 27, whenever a man he found attractive walked up to the security checkpoint at Denver International Airport in Colorado.

A Denver Police Department report describes Shafi and Spicha’s plot”

When a male he [Spicha] finds attractive comes to be screened by the scanning machine, he will alert another TSA screener to indicate to the scanning computer that the party being screened is female.

When the screener does this, the scanning machine will indicate an anomaly in the genital area.


A TSA spokesman said: “These alleged acts are egregious and intolerable. TSA has removed the two officers from the agency. All allegations of misconduct are thoroughly investigated by the agency. And when substantiated, employees are held accountable.”

Because no victims have been identified yet, no criminal charges have been filed.


 

#BlackLivesMatter: 30 Shot In Chicago Since Friday- Gun Control Success!

(Weasel Zippers) The article linked below only covers the Saturday shootings. This one covers the Friday shootings, including of an 81-year-old grandmother. “This is the genocide that happens in our backyard,” said one neighbor.

But #BlackLivesMatter, right?

From the Chicago Tribune

Two women shot during a chaotic exchange of gunfire happened upon by a police supervisor were among 18 people wounded by gunfire since late Saturday morning, according to police.

The most recent shooting happened about 3:20 a.m. on the 6100 block of South Martin Luther King Drive in the Washington Park neighborhood on the South Side, police said. The victim, a 31-year-old man, was shot in the leg, police said. No other details were immediately available.

Earlier, at 2:50 a.m. in the 900 block of West 52nd Street in the Back of the Yards neighborhood, a supervisor patrolling the area heard gunfire and saw a car fleeing the scene, police said. As the supervisor approached 52nd Street, the shooting continued, and the supervisor called for more police and ambulances.

“They’re still shooting over there,” the dispatcher said after the supervisor repeated a call for help. “Get some cars over there with him, (he’s) on scene.”

Officers found a 25-year-old woman who had been grazed in the neck and another woman, 25, with leg and buttocks wounds. Both were taken to Stroger Hospital and both are expected to survive, police said.

One of the women was in the back of an ambulance with paramedics tending to her as police combed the scene for evidence. A woman opened the door and spoke for a couple of minutes with the paramedic. When an officer walked up, hands tucked into his vest, she walked away.

Police taped off 52nd Street between Sangamon and Peoria while officers searched nearby vacant lots with flashlights. Most of the lots are overgrown with grass that’s waist-high or taller. Plastic cups and boxes that held liquor bottles littered the street.

“The one with the …” an officer yelled toward another officer as he pointed to his neck.

“She went to County,” another officer said, referring to Stroger Hospital by its former name.

About 90 minutes after the shooting, someone fired at least a dozen shots south of the scene. A small crowd yelled for the police.

The supervisor who first responded to the shooting sped away, toward the gunfire. The tape tied to his car broke as he drove away.

The attacks bring to at least 40 the number of people shot, one of them fatally, since Friday afternoon in Chicago.

In other shootings:

• A 31-year-old man was shot in a domestic-related incident at 12:30 a.m. Sunday on the 5300 block of South Campbell Avenue in the Gage Park neighborhood on the Southwest Side, police said. The man suffered a through-and-through gunshot wound in the cheek, police said. He was listed in good condition at Mount Sinai Hospital, police said.

Crime in Chicago: Explore your community
Crime in Chicago: Explore your community
• A 33-year-old woman walked into Norwegian American Hospital with a gunshot wound to her arm about 2:30 a.m. Sunday on the West Side. She was transferred to Stroger Hospital, police said. The shooting happened in the 900 block of North Harding Avenue in the Humboldt Park neighborhood on the West Side.

• Someone shot a 48-year-old man in the leg about 1:35 a.m. Sunday in the 8200 block of South Kimbark Avenue in the Avalon Park neighborhood on the South Side, police said. He was taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn in stable condition. He was sitting on his porch when someone opened fire from a passing sedan, police said.

• Another woman, 25, was shot in the back about 1:20 a.m. Sunday in the 2400 block of West 62nd Street in the Chicago Lawn neighborhood, police said. She and others were in the backyard of a house on that block when someone fired shots from across the Southwest Side alley, hitting the woman. She was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital in serious condition, police said.

• A 30-year-old man driving a black Maserati pulled up to the Deering District station about 1:15 a.m. Sunday to tell police he had been shot in the wrist. The man was driving south on Wentworth Avenue near 37th Street in the Bridgeport neighborhood on the South Side when someone shot at his car, police said. The man was taken to Mercy Hospital and Medical Center in good condition.

• A 52-year-old man walked into Little Company of Mary Hospital in Evergreen Park with a gunshot wound to the leg after someone shot him about 12:35 a.m. Sunday in the 900 block of West 116th Place in the West Pullman neighborhood on the Far South Side, police said. The man was walking when someone fired shots from a passing vehicle, police said.
• A 35-year-old man was wounded in Little Village in a shooting in the 2500 block of South Harding Avenue, police said. That happened about 9:05 p.m. Saturday He was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital in serious condition with leg and abdomen wounds, police said. Additional details about that shooting weren’t immediately available.

Police closed a portion of Harding — a one-way street — in that Southwest Side neighborhood because officers found shell casings next to a car. An officer yelled at two men in Spanish who walked under the crime scene tape. Neither responded except for a grin when they turned away after the officer was done yelling.

• About 9:05 p.m. Saturday in the Uptown neighborhood on the North Side, a 28-year-old man sitting in a car was shot in the 4600 block of North Malden Avenue. He was taken to Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, where his condition had been stabilized, police said.

• About 4 p.m. Saturday in the Lawndale neighborhood on the West Side, a 46-year old was shot in the leg in the 1500 block of South Kolin Avenue, police said. He was taken Mount Sinai, where his condition stabilized. A person of interest was in custody and being questioned in connection with the shooting, police said.

• About 2:30 p.m. Saturday in the North Kenwood neighborhood on the South Side, a 21-year-old man was shot in the abdomen in the 4300 block of South Oakenwald Avenue and was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital, where his condition stabilized, said Officer Thomas Sweeney, a Chicago Police Department spokesman.

• Around 1:45 p.m. Saturday, a 24-year-old man was shot in the foot in the 7400 block of South Princeton Avenue in the Englewood neighborhood on the South Side. The man was in fair condition after going to St. Bernard Hospital and Healthcare Center for treatment, Sweeney said.

• About noon in the Humboldt Park neighborhood, a 15-year-old boy and a 26-year-old man were attacked in the 1400 block of North Springfield Avenue, said Officer Janel Sedevic, a police spokeswoman.

Both victims were in serious condition at Norwegian American Hospital, with the boy suffering three gunshot wounds to the groin and the man shot in the abdomen, leg and hip, Sedevic said. Police were not immediately releasing any details regarding the shooting.

• Earlier, in the Bronzeville neighborhood on the South Side, a 17-year-old boy and a 25-year-old man were shot about 10:55 a.m. near Pershing Road and Calumet Avenue, Sedevic said. The two were walking in the area when someone came up and fired shots, Sedevic said.

The 25-year-old was shot in the hand and back and was in serious condition at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, she said. The 17-year-old fled and went to the University of Chicago Medical Center for treatment, where he was in good condition with a graze wound to the torso.


 

Dem Sen. Chris Murphy: Anyone Who Wants A High-Capacity Magazine Is “Arming Against The Government”…

Jackass of the day. Via The Hill:

chris-murphy-getty-winA half-dozen Democrats who are longtime gun control champions are hoping to keep their fight alive in the GOP-controlled Congress with a new bill that would vastly restrict ammunition capacities.

Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) on Thursday touted the bill, which would ban magazines of more than 10 rounds, hours after reports circulated that police had foiled a mass shooting plot aimed at Congress.

“Think of the damage that someone could do in the U.S. Capitol with 30 rounds,” he said at a briefing.
The bill is the first piece of gun control legislation since Republican won control of the Senate. Though it has more than 100 co-sponsors in the House, the bill has virtually no chance of a vote in either chamber.

Two years after losing their fight to expand background checks following the mass shooting at a school in Newtown, Conn., the group of lawmakers insisted that their fight was not over.

Rep. Elizabeth Esty (D-Conn), who represents Newtown, said the number of co-sponsors for the bill has doubled in the last year.

“The support is growing,” she said. “The momentum has not stopped.”

Esty joined Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) as well as Connecticut’s Democratic Senate duo, Murphy, and Sen. Richard Blumenthal, to announce the legislation.

Murphy stressed that he has not met “a single hunter or a single person who hunts for sport” who needs more than 10 rounds.

He said those who wanted high-capacity magazines were more interested in “arming against the government.”
—Courtesy of Weasel Zippers