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2A: The Greenwood Mall shooter (whose name I will not repeat) follows the pattern for mass shooters – young, male, and fatherless. And since he brought 100 bullets with him, he clearly planned to do as much damage as possible before he either escaped or was killed.

Naturally, this means nothing to gun control activists who are weeping and gnashing their teeth because Eli Dicken killed the shooter before he could give them a politically beneficial pile of bloody victims. Where normal people think what Dicken did was heroic, anti-gun activists are angrily condemning him as a “vigilante” and bitching about how somebody called him a “Good Samaritan” when everybody knows the Good Samaritan in the Bible story didn’t kill anyone. He did save a life though … not that they care. Plus, the term “Good Samaritan” actually has a legal, not just a scriptural, definition:

The Good Samaritan Law is a law that protects civilians who help people they believe to be injured or otherwise in danger. … The law defines ‘duty to act’ as a person using any available remedy to prevent harm from coming to an individual person, or to the public at large. … In the case of a Good Samaritan, an individual creates a duty to act by voluntarily inserting himself into a situation. By assigning responsibility to himself for the wellbeing of another person, the individual now has a duty to act to see his remedy through to the end.

Another thing these pathetic excuses for humanity are harping on is that Dicken was supposedly carrying his weapon in the mall “illegally.” Yes, the mall has a “no guns” policy, but that is all it is. A policy. And it’s not enforceable, because the actual law gives citizens the right to carry. James Ison, the Greenwood Police Chief, specifically said Dicken was “legally armed.”

He engaged the gunman from quite a distance with a handgun — was very proficient in that, very tactically sound and as he moved to close in on the suspect he was also motioning for people to exit behind him. Many more people would have died last night if not for a responsible armed citizen that took action very quickly within the first two minutes of the shooting.” [Actually, it was more like 15 seconds!]

Dicken killed the shooter within 15 second of the first shot. And of the ten bullets Dicken fired, eight hit the target. From 40 feet away! To my mind, the most notable fact is that Indiana’s new constitutional carry law only went into effect on July 1, 2022 … just 17 days before the shooting.

ABORTION: CLICK [:55] to hear Democrat Rep. Kathleen Rice insist we stop “throwing the word abortion around” because the word has been “weaponized” and will thus “prevent a meaningful conversation from happening.”

After pointing out that we thought it was supposed to be cool and edgy to “Shout Your Abortion,” tweeters suggested “infanticide” or “murder” would make good substitutes for the big, bad weapon word. One noted, “It’s not the word that’s the problem. It’s the killing.”

BIRX: Remember the COVID Task Force doctor with the pretty scarves? She’s written a book. An article at Red State says it’s “about her one-person attack on our form of government and our economy under the guise of saving us from the Wuhan virus.” Michael Sanger says the book has “earned rave reviews from Chinese state media.”

CATHOLIC: Eighteen nuns from the Missionaries of Charity – the order founded by Mother Teresa – were escorted out of Nicaragua by police after the Nicaraguan Parliament revoked their legal status on June 28. The order of sisters has been operating in the country since 1998, running a home for abused and abandoned girls, a children’s nursery, and a nursing home. The move is apparently retribution by President Daniel Ortega whose human rights abuses the Catholic Church has condemned.

COVID-19: While everybody was distracted by Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s resignation, the British government quietly issued a report confirming that the vaxxxed account for 94% of all COVID-19 deaths since April and that 90% had had one or even two boosters.

FAUXTUS: [13:08] – Nothing new here. Best comment on the video: “Biden reminds me of the Monty Python ‘Dead Parrot’ sketch: we are the customer pointing out that the old bird we were sold is deceased, while the democrats, RINOs and MSM are the shopkeeper trying to convince us otherwise. The sketch was funny, the reality… well, isn’t.” – Richard Wysocki

FAVORITISM: More than 300 people are still awaiting trial for walking around the capitol building without permission on January 6th. Meanwhile, nine staffers for Stephen Colbert’s show who were recently arrested for walking around the capitol building without permission will be facing zero consequences.

MEDIA: [4:21] – Why on earth are they surprised that we don’t trust them?! It’s not like they don’t lie to us on a DAILY basis. Tuesday’s Big Fat Lie – CLICK [1:32] to hear CNN report that women who are miscarrying or suffering an ectopic pregnancy “are struggling to receive treatment in some states & doctors are fearing prosecution.”

S&G: When the FAUX administration issued a directive that would force schools and workplaces to allow trans people to use the bathrooms of their choice, twenty state attorneys general sued. On Friday, US District Judge Charles Atchley Jr. issued a temporary injunction on the feds until the matter can be resolved by the courts.

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