An explosive new report from The Hill’s Joe Concha slammed celebrities, pundits, and media outlets for their obvious “rush to judgment” following a series of mass shootings this month; saying “race-baiting” is “exploitation at its worst.”
“On cue, the rush to motive began despite law enforcement saying there was no evidence – at least as of now – that Long harbored anti-Asian bigotry. The shooter also reportedly told authorities that he did not select his targets based on their race,” writes Concha.
“In other words, this appears to be a sex addiction issue — for which Long’s roommates say his was in rehab. Something similar happened five years ago at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, when a shooter took his rage out on what he saw as the centrality of his temptation,” adds the author.
The Atlanta shooter blamed a specific race of people for his problems, and then murdered them because of it. If that’s not racism, then the word has no meaning. pic.twitter.com/4gIKN5hM28
— The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow) March 18, 2021
“He made indicators that he has some issues, potentially sexual addiction, and may have frequented some of these places in the past,” Cherokee County (Ga.) Chief Frank Reynolds told reporters recently. “We believe that he frequented these places in the past and may have been lashing out.”
“The Atlanta shooter blamed a specific race of people for his problems, and then murdered them because of it. If that’s not racism, then the word has no meaning,” Comedy Central host Trevor Noah declared.
“A 2020 Gallup poll showed that 83 percent of Americans believe the media bears most of the blame for division in this country. If looking for a reason why in a nutshell, put the Atlanta shootings and the coverage it has generated immediately near the top of the list,” Concha concludes.
Read the full article here.
RAMPAGE in BOULDER: Police Officer Among the Dead in Boulder, Colorado Supermarket Shooting
A lone gunman opened fire inside a grocery store in Boulder, Colorado Monday afternoon; killing at least 10 people including a police officer responding to the crime.
“Multiple people are dead, including a police officer, after a shooting at a supermarket in Boulder, Colorado,” said Hannity.
“They did lose one of their officers in the line of duty,” confirmed a local reporter. “Right now, they are having conversations with the family members of those killed inside the grocery store.”
“They’re also processing the crime scene. We also don’t know what the motive is. There’s one suspect in custody,” she added.
Watch the coverage above.
SUSPECT IDENTIFIED: Police Charge Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa with 10 Counts of Murder in Colorado Massacre
From Fox News:
Boulder, Colo., police officials updated the public regarding Monday’s mass shooting at the King Soopers grocery store that left 10 people dead, including the first police officer to arrive on the scene, revealing they have charged the suspect with 10 counts of first-degree murder.
Police identified the suspect as Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, a 21-year-old Arvada, Colo., man, though his motive for the attack was not specified at this time. Police also identified the 10 victims, whose families were notified by 4 a.m. local time. They range in age from 20 to 65 years old.
Here's what's known so far about Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa. https://t.co/4gMcykGElo
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Suspect in Colorado shooting is identified as Ahmad Alissa, a 21-year-old Arvada, Colo. man.
— Bernard B. Kerik (@BernardKerik) March 23, 2021
Authorities have identified the victims as Denny Strong, 20; Neven Stanisic, 23; Rikki Olds, 25; Tralona Bartkowiak, 49; Suzanne Fountain, 59; Teri Leiker, 51; Boulder Police Officer Eric Talley, 51; Kevin Mahoney, 61; Lynn Murray, 62, and Jody Waters, 65.
“Our hearts got out to all the victims killed during this senseless act of violence,” Boulder Police Chief Maris Herold said Tuesday. She pledged that the department would “bring justice to each of these families.”
Read the full report here.