December 21, 2014, - 8:58 am

Ismaaiyl Brinsley: Avowed Muslim Executed 2 NYPD Cops in Latest Jihad; Rand Paul Cozies to Sharpton; Racist Sickos Cheer Murders

By Debbie Schlussel

You can blame Al Sharpton and New York Marxist Mayor Warren Wilhelm, Jr. a/k/a “Bill de Blasio,” for the executions of two NYPD police officers, yesterday. They threw the cops under the bus and incited the violence against them. You can also blame Islam and its jihadist bent. The cops were executed by Ismaaiyl Abdullah Brinsley, an avowed Muslim who bragged that he speaks Arabic and showed pages of the koran on his now-deleted Facebook profile.

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A number of people asked me what his being a Muslim had to do with his anti-police jihad. It has everything to do with it because, as I’ve told you repeatedly on this site, HAMAS CAIR and other Muslim groups are proudly announcing they are stoking the violent protests (and they are working overtime to superimpose their anti-police BS against Israel and Jews). This is what Muslims do in every other country. Now, they are doing it here, in the hopes of converting more Blacks and White liberal nutjobs.

Also ask yourself why Rand Paul broke bread with Sharpton and posed for pics with him. Ask yourself why this pompous schmuck from Kentucky blasted police, including in Fergustan. He’s as bad as Sharpton, regardless of the “R” after his name. There’s a reason NYPD cops turned their backs to Wilhelm/de Blasio when he appeared for a press conference on the assassinations, and they should turn their backs (as should the entire GOP) on Paul, too. Sadly, many so-called “conservatives” are Paulistinians and refuse to wake up to the fact that their empty hero is a whack job like Sharpton who speaks slightly better English. If you are on cop-hater Rand Paul’s side, you are on racist Al Sharpton’s side. Got that?







VIDEO: NYPD Turn Backs on Wilhelm/”de Blasio” . . .

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Reader I Am Me:

Saturday’s cop killings in New York are at least the third time Sharpton’s rhetoric has led to murder. Can he be indicted since there is now a clear pattern showing murder is a trivially foreseeable consequence of his rhetoric? I know he will not be indicted, I was just curious if it was legally viable.

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My response:

He should be indicted. But he was protected the first 2 times (at Freddy’s Fashion Mart and with Yankel Rosenbaum) by David Dinkins and the feds (Clinton, etc.). With Holder and Obama in power (and DeBlasio) that will remain the same b/c they invite him to the WH,etc. and as you say, we know he won’t be indicted. Yes, it is legally viable. But with de Blasio, Holder, and Obama in charge, that will never happen.

And then there are the many, many Black racists on Twitter and other social media who are cheering–yes, cheering!–the murder of these two cops, Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu. These so-called Americans cheering the cold-blooded murders of two cops (while they sat in their police vehicle doing nothing to anyone) are NOT Americans except by accident of birth. By the way, the racist morons don’t get that these cops weren’t even White. Rafael Ramos was Hispanic, Wenjian Liu Asian.

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Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu, Rest In Peace.

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67 Responses

This Sharpton, Obama, Holder, manufactured “Movement” is absolutely bereft of any ingredients that would supply the tiniest modicum of legitimacy. Based on a specious, fallacious narrative that promotes division by way of repetition of lies, it’s high water mark is legerdemain and obfuscation.

The “Racism Industry” jumped the shark decades ago, when thinking people realized that all the money and good intentions in the world could not even the playing field, so instead of “Equal Opportunity” America was “Racist” if there was no “Equal Outcome”.

Inner city black culture is that shitter backed up on the second floor in America’s house that will not quit belching turds over the side of the toilet bowl onto the floor mixed in with piss and spit. No one will fix it because they will be called “Racist” by our Liberal mommies and daddies, so that stain on the ceiling over the kitchen stove that drips into our meals every day and seasons out sustenance, poisons and sickens the family, while our Liberal Leaders insist that it is a salubrious tonic for our troubles and will make us grow stronger.

Obama, Holder, DeBlasio, Sharpton, et al, are exactly the “Demons” Darrell Wilson saw in the face of Michael “Gentle Giant” Brown, when Brown tried to take his gun and kill him.

Underestimating the malevolent bedrock of hate that Black America has been taught by White Liberals in an effort to secure power and position, can in no way be underestimated.

chuck lowe on December 21, 2014 at 9:44 am

I just read a lot of sites re these murders & Debbie is the first to mention the connection to Islam.
Kudos to the NYPD for turning their backs on deBlasio. I hope both officers signed the statement barring deBlasio from their funerals.

PaulaMalka on December 21, 2014 at 10:34 am

As I mentioned – America is turning feral Obamerica.

And the people who helped to instigate the atmosphere that led to two cops being murdered now pretend they had nothing to do with it.

Naturally enough the Islamo-pandering/cop-hating crowd could care less they leave behind widows and orphans.

Depraved, sick and disgusting. But sadly, all too predictable.

NormanF on December 21, 2014 at 10:38 am

You go, girl. I started following this story as soon as it broke yesterday. When I found out this guy’s first name was Ismaaiyl, I e-mailed Debbie, but she was already on the case. The Muslim connection is predictable, and I knew she’d dig up all the dirt.

Anyone hear what Pat Lynch, head of the PBA said, and how about that tweet from former Gov. Pataki? Good going guys, it’s called . . .

TELLING IT LIKE IT IS!!!

Debbie, thank you for reminding everyone about Rand Paul’s recent remarks. Rand Paul can kiss what I twist.

Hey, chuck lowe, how about we see more of you around here? Great comments.

SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL POLICE FORCE!!!

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on December 21, 2014 at 10:47 am

Just saw Lindsey Grahamnesty on TV, here in the Bronx with an uncle I’m helping to take care of. He was asked about the tweet from Pataki. He said “I blame the shooter” and refused to add to that.

Yeah, if Sharpton and DeCommio were Republicans, we’d be hearing about “hate speech” and “fear mongering.” Grahamnesty has no balls, so instead of pointing that out, he tucked his empty sack under his pants and blamed the shooter.

Yeah, the shooter IS to blame, you jerk. So is the hate speech and fear mongering from the American left, the BIGGEST purveyors of same. The Teleprompter-In-Chief and his minions specialize in the divide and conquer nature of distraction politics and they have succeeded.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on December 21, 2014 at 11:01 am

Sadly, around the country, it’s been Open Season on cops for quite a while. If we had a real press, they would have connected the dots. Thanks, Deb, for being there and doing yeoman’s work on getting the word out.

JeffT on December 21, 2014 at 11:53 am

Words barely can express my disgust with “conservative libertarian” Sen. Rand Paul cozying up to Al Sharpton and worse (if, indeed worse is possible). This ridiculous, empty Tea Party hack, a beneficiary of a 2010 off-year voter swing and his father’s cult-like status among purist libertarians, has done more to neutralize effective Republican opposition to black “civil rights” hustlers than any Democrat has.

In the meantime, say a prayer for Officers Ramos and Liu. R.I.P.

Rocker on December 21, 2014 at 12:01 pm

Spot on, Debbie. Let’s not forget Louis Farrakhan’s influence when he spoke about if they kill one of ours we kill one of theirs. This animal seemed to be quoting Farrakhan in one of his posts. And I am convinced more than ever that Islam, with its violence and 8th century doctrines, naturally appeals to black racists. It fits them well.

Ditto on what should be an award-winning actor, Ayn Rand Paul. Amazing how easily he fooled Tea Party types into voting for him. This dolt is no conservative by any stretch.

Whatever on December 21, 2014 at 12:03 pm

    While I disagree with Ayn Rand on a number of issues, she cannot be linked with Rand Paul. Ayn Rand was a real libertarian, unlike Paul, who uses libertarian opportunistically. Ayn was a refugee from the Bolshevik coup of 1917, and fought against Communism her entire life.

    It is inconceivable to me that she would justify violence against police officers or the other lawless activity of the Left characteristic of our times.

    Little Al on December 21, 2014 at 1:29 pm

      Incidentally, Rand is short for Randy. He is not named for Ayn Rand (Allisa Rosenbaum). If she were alive, Ayn Rand would probably recognize how slimy the big apple’s intellectual elite and power makers are from when they viciously trashed her magnus opus: “Atlas Shrugged.”

      Underzog on December 21, 2014 at 4:54 pm

        Is that “zog” in your handle from something one would learn about on stormfront?

        DS_ROCKS! on December 23, 2014 at 2:40 am

    Why do you think the Tea Party voted for Rand Paul in any significant numbers?

    waynesteapartyworld on December 22, 2014 at 2:35 pm

Just visited the top “anti-jihad” big mouth’s website. This is why I can’t get behind him. According to his omissions, Al Sharpton and all the rest had nothing to do with this. Ferguson, and the two criminals killed by police officers had nothing to do with this. Racism and cop-hatred within certain communties had nothing to do with this. Media outlets like CNN and MSNBC who actively and repeatedly stoked the flames of the racist-white-cops-murdering-innocent- blacks meme had nothing to do with this. No, he has spun all this into an it’s-all-about-Islam meme. That way he can avoid the inconvenient truths about race and crime in this country. Was Islam a motivating factor in the killer’s actions? Maybe, even probably, but Islam was NOT his primary motivation. His hatred of cops fueled by his own racism was. Al Sharpton was a bigger influence than Muhammed. Like I said, this is why I can’t get behind this one-trick pony. This is also why he never talks about illegal immigration or other issues of importance. It is clear that he only has one goal — protecting Liberalism from Islam.

N: Um, you should have put “the top” in quotation marks. DS
Just sayin’.

Nikki on December 21, 2014 at 1:06 pm

Great post, Debbie.

Carol on December 21, 2014 at 3:47 pm

There is no question that there is blood on the hands of Sharpton and Wilhelm in the shocking murders of these two NY police officers. I also believe that Obama and the media generally bear significant responsibility for their murders as well, as they have treated the lawless mobs of bandits and arsonists as though their “movement” were a legitimate one. If I’m not mistaken, Obama actually suggested that such a hateful response to the Ferguson case was “understandable”–specifically using that word. How irresponsible is that?

The major media continues its vile ways by deliberately ignoring the fact that Ismaaiyl Brinsley was a Muslim. Of course, our host, Debbie, is correct that this murderer’s membership in the cult Islam is not a wild coincidence, but, in fact, has “everything” to do with it.

I would take this even further. I do not believe that Ismaaiyl Brinsley was acting alone. It’s well known that Muslim groups had “infiltrated” the Ferguson anti-police movement very early. I believe that Brinsley was “recruited” by one of these Muslim terrorist groups, and they easily channeled his racism and hatred for the police for their political purposes. In short, I see Brinsley as equivalent to a homicide bomber. Such homicide bombers do not act on their own, but rather, are trained and sponsored for their terrorist acts by terrorist organizations.

Will the FBI investigate further into Ismaaiyl Brinsley’s background and connections to Muslim terrorist organizations? I don’t think so. The FBI doesn’t like to do any real investigations of Muslims groups, probably on orders, as was evident in their “conclusion” that Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev were acting alone in the Boston Marathon bombings, despite evidence to the contrary. Will the media attempt to investigate Brinsley’s Muslim background and terrorist connections? Don’t bet on it.

Ralph Adamo on December 21, 2014 at 5:12 pm

Debbie, First off, Happy Chanukah.
What you wrote today is well said, as usual. My feeling is, however, you shouldn’t have wasted your precious time answering the cretin named Jacolby Morris. You will not get through to creatures like that.
The “president” who was supposed to be leader of the most transparent administration in history is the least. The Muslim-in-chief was supposed to bridge racial divides. Instead he has widened them to beyond the straining point.
In foreign policy, he isolates the only democracy in the Middle East in favor of Muslim dictatorships. Instead of praising Israel for building dwellings for its citizens, he rails against them while supporting “Palestinians” for their continued attacks of innocent citizens.
I can’t remember a time in US history since I’ve been alive that people are turning against each other at such an alarming rate.
These two policemen, of blessed memory, would have given their lives to protect the animal who murdered them in cold blood. (No “alleged” used.) It’s sickening what our “leaders” have become. Instead of leading this great country in the right direction, they are destroying what took years to build. I hope we can recover in time.
Sincerely,
Rabbi Sol Appleman

Rabbi Sol Appleman on December 21, 2014 at 5:18 pm

I’ve said all along that if you’re against the police you’re therefore on the side of the forces of criminality, and now we see the unsurprising fruits of the cultivation of this anti-cop, pro-criminal mentality. I would not be surprised if HAMAS CAIR were behind many of the NYC anti-cop “protests” as they have been in Fergustan and elsewhere, and of course that the assassin of those two police officers, Brinsley, was Muslim says all one needs to know (especially since Wilhelm a.k.a. ‘de Blasio’ disbanded the NYPD’s counter-terror surveillance); and that many of the “protesters” were also members of such gangs as the Crips and Bloods. This was what the “movement” was all about from the start, they only concealed their “kill all cops” agenda until the so-called “right” moment to carry out such incitement to commit murder. If anything shows how elections have consequences, this is it.

ConcernedPatriot on December 21, 2014 at 5:43 pm

We also should not forget the role that more ‘innocuous’ protest movements have played in enabling this barbarous behavior to take place, and possibly enable the liberals, terrorists and communists to treat it as an isolated incident.

The civil rights movement of the early 60s had tremendous moral authority, primarily because segregation was loathed so universally. This moral authority masked the fact that the early 60s civil rights movement was illegal in many respects. Civil disobedience by King and others, in spite of its lofty rhetoric, and in spite of its seeming adherence to nonviolence, was, in fact illegal. Many at the time said that there would have been more effective ways to challenge segregation, on a more gradual basis which would, in the end, have enabled Blacks to actually become integrated (in a total sense) into society, rather than to become a permanent grievance group.

Along with combating segregation, this early movement legitimized illegality in furtherance of seemingly appropriate goals. This legitimization paved the way for the rioting of the mid 60s, and the chaos of the campuses in the late 60s, as well as the violence of the Black Panthers and similar groups. The disgust that segregation held in many eyes, therefore, accounts in large measure for the tolerance of our society towards the illegality later in the decade, and has been used for half a century to support goals in no way related to the early campaigns of the civil rights movement.

Similarly, the ‘nonviolence’ of the early 60s has masked the destructiveness of many social movements since that time. Many of the people tying up traffic cry out that they are ‘nonviolent’. Even if this were true, it does not justify the social mayhem caused by these individuals, but the protestors have learned to use ‘nonviolence’ as a code word to justify tactics meant to destroy our society. Nonviolence provides a seeming moral legitimacy that masks the antisocial aims of so many of these actions.

Look at the Occupy Wall Street movement. Very cleverly, they appeal to the guilt of those who have worked to build reasonably comfortable lives, and then whine that they are a nonviolent movement, again untrue. But the guilt engendered, and strengthened by their supposed nonviolence (and even if the nonviolence were true) helps legitimize tactics meant to destroy civilized society.

Carried to an extreme, this type of tactic, e.g. lying in front of a bulldozer in Gaza (uh, nonviolently) has been used to attack Israel for the last few years.

It is time for presumptive political leaders on the right to familiarize themselves with these types of tactics, just as earlier patriots had to familiarize themselves with the strategy and tactics of the Communist Party.

The lack of ability to combat these devices, which have been developed and built over the last half a century is what may well enable the left wing to rationalize the murder of these two police officers. Ritual condemnations with appeals to protest ‘peacefully’, (again, remember the uses to which ‘nonviolence’ has been put), and an attempt to invest the destructive anti-police movement with goals meant to make the rest of us feel guilty, must be successfully challenged if we are to survive as a society.

Little Al on December 21, 2014 at 6:46 pm

    Just when I thought Little Al couldn’t top himself, he does it again. This gentleman is a human database of history, analytical thought processes and feeling for the timbre of a culture.

    Maybe we could have a Best of Little Al series.

    Alfredo from Puerto Rico on December 21, 2014 at 11:04 pm

Rand Paul has shot himself in the foot at least twice – breaking bread with Al Slopton and justifying Obama’s giveaway to the Castros by saying that the embargo had no effect. Really Rand? And is anyone speaking about the possibility that Fidel was involved in the assassination of JFK? Al Slopton incited those who murdered those at Freddie’s Fashion Mart and of Yankel Rosenbaum. Conservatives will remember these actions.

Concerned Citizen on December 21, 2014 at 7:52 pm

leftist pigs

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and alss sharps-stons-es’s

gleefully in exultation
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prestigio on December 21, 2014 at 9:20 pm

Why have I never seen the Obama family in front of a Christmas tree,like every other president and his family? I guess Barry is busy body surfing in Hawaii about now. I haven’t seen any crazed white people rioting in the streets after the two policemen were murdered. Where is Jesse Jackson & Al Sharpton? ~just thinkin

#1 Vato on December 21, 2014 at 10:54 pm

    Man who Sheik Bhuteh in the mosque,
    Doth not be caught kissing under the mistletoe, . . .

    not that I am for Christmas, but that is a horse of another color.

    The Man in The White Mosque is a certified Muslim-In-Chief Enemy of America, . . .

    our president, by the Will of God, . . .

    Barack Milhous Hussein Benito Obama

    And he took the nation down with the tools of his trade.

    The pen (and the phone) are indeed mightier than the sword after all.

    Goodbye, America. I’m scared and I don’t know what to do, . . .

    except go on with my life.

    Alfredo from Puerto Rico on December 21, 2014 at 11:09 pm

May those two police officers who were the victims of Sharpton/Blasio/Obama/Paul’s scumbaggery rest in piece.

When are we going to block immigration from Islamic states?

Occam's Tool on December 21, 2014 at 11:01 pm

Jeremy Henwood was an officer here in San Diego who was ambushed in the same fashion in 2011. They named a park in his honor ealier this year. Then protesters covered his name with Michael Brown’s name after the grand jury’s decision was released.
Henwood was a Captain in the USMC Reserve and an SDPD Officer for four years before his life was taken. But, I suppose, by moral relativism, the park’s name should be changed?
http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2014/nov/26/ferguson-michael-brown-jeremy-henwood/

nadie on December 21, 2014 at 11:05 pm

Oh, by the way, a police officer in Florida, father of six, was shot, killed, then run over by his assailant near Tampa today. He was also former NYPD.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on December 21, 2014 at 11:13 pm

Rand came up with the great idea that, if he sounded a bit more reasonable, people wouldn’t notice that he is Ron. He is Ron. ’nuff said.

adam on December 22, 2014 at 12:03 am

Whilst I’m a “conservative-libertarian”, mixed with centrist viewpoints here and there, I am by no means a Ran Paul or Ron Paul supporter, I think the two of them are as Debbie stated, “schmucks” and also opportunists in my view.

When I heard the story and learned his name, I to said to myself that he might be a Muslim, and I’ve read sources last night, and they didn’t mention what DS published in the article of him mentioning Islamic mumbo-jumbo on his, then-Facebook wall-forum (that’s been taken down as interpreted in the source). However though, I’ve also read that he associated himself with a black-racist hate-group called, “Black Guerilla Family”:

That group is a hate-group as I mentioned, where there anti-cops and wants to see all cops in this country dead, regardless of the cops pigmented skin-color. I support the police department myself, but I do NOT support police-militarization(s) and corrupt cops. And it’s a shame and a bitch that a few folks endorsed and condoned this evil behavior by Brinsley before killing himself, and also, before he went on his rampage, he killed his ex-girlfriend in Baltimore, Maryland, so Baltimore authorities are investigating that incident as well! Oh, and here’s the story of him acquainting himself with that racist group (yes, it’s from the left wing Huffington Post, and til there credit, they were dependable on this story and didn’t propose a biased hidden agenda):

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/12/20/ismaaiyl-brinsley-nypd-black-guerilla-family_n_6361324.html

Sean R. on December 22, 2014 at 12:15 am

Al definitely fans the flames with his rhetoric. Holder has shown he does not have the sense to remain impartial.
Unless I missed a speech from the president, I caught pieces of it as I walk through the office kitchen.
I only heard him calling for peace and trying to discourage the rioting.

Does anyone have other information regarding his rhetoric regarding the protests and riots as inflammatory?

The media especially the online news sites, cnn, and cnbc, they are very culpable in encouraging and exploitng conflict and chaos.

Hegelian Dialect once again at play. Conflict. Conflict outcome controlled.

MrBigBrain on December 22, 2014 at 1:31 am

How disgusting that ol’ Wilhem Jr. changed his name to an Italian-sounding “De Blasio” to fool the NY voter base into thinking that he was just another tough, Democrat, Italo-American.

Scumbag Marxist.

DS_ROCKS! on December 22, 2014 at 2:25 am

wekk, i gave rand paul a looong time to prove he wasn’t like his kooky old man… but, this is it; he’s proven the apple-tree adage as a reliable truism.

rand paul: out

marco rubio: nice outrage on the cuba thing, but you’ve been out for while, hombre

lärdäss christie: i think i had you penciled in as out BEFORE you started sucking up to the kenyan interloper.

jeb: you give off the vibe of the nuttiest of the bush clan… OUT.

romeny: not gonna lie, mormon heretics are not my thing, but you were a better choice than the kenyan interloper. but not in 2016, mister magic undergarments.

kirche on December 22, 2014 at 10:58 am

    typo: well, not wekk… i need another coffee

    kirche on December 22, 2014 at 11:02 am

Disgusting the low lives that proudly show their sickening mindsets. Even the idiot fake celebs like “the game” couldn’t publicly claim some form of glee from the news of the killings fast enough. This has shined a light on the scummiest forms of life on this planet. Rand Paul has been nice and dumb with his latest comments on everything. Such a piece of crap. He looks like such a tool in his pics with the other leader of the nation of islam. What another star he isn’t. Lil Al makes a speech about him having to worry about payback. What a typical joke, probably had a pal call his phone. Who else would have his number? At least one of his staff. Glad to see the thin blue line turn their backs on Wilhelm at the presser. He’s their boss and got 75% of the vote, but look how the rest of these elections have gone. Rotten leadership from top to bottom. Jihadist can claim more victories and are more emboldened over in France.

samurai on December 22, 2014 at 11:03 am

    Samurai, I was thinking of not even bothering to answer you because of your implicitly insulting tone, but in the interests of clarity, are you sure you’re not referring to the post of Concerned Citizen? My references to Paul just compared him briefly to Ayn Rand. Unlike CC, I did not discuss payback in any form.

    Little Al on December 22, 2014 at 12:59 pm

      Little Al, I believe that “Whatever” made the comment about Ayn Rand.

      skzion on December 22, 2014 at 2:18 pm

      Little Al, I apologize if you thought I was referring to you. I was actually writing about notsosharpton. That’s partially why I used “lil” as in Lil Wayne, etc. He’s a little guy and despicable. Wasn’t referring to you.
      To Skzion, I was talking about Rand Paul, and not a fan of his old man either. Not a fan of yours lately either, but who cares what you think.

      samurai on December 22, 2014 at 2:27 pm

        Understood. Maybe I should have read your post more closely.

        Little Al on December 22, 2014 at 2:45 pm

        Samurai, I care what Skzion thinks. And I also care what Al thinks. Each usually has something interesting to say, and it doesn’t matter whether you or I agree with them 100% or not. In fact, I often learn more things from them when we may disagree on some point or another.

        Ralph Adamo on December 22, 2014 at 3:15 pm

          Yes, I also learn a lot from the comments of Ralph, skzion, and samurai and most of the other regular contributors.

          Little Al on December 22, 2014 at 3:48 pm

        samurai, your slam against me came out of the blue, and I’m not sure what motivates it. I read your comments and find them valuable. Your last couple, however, have been murky.

        Thanks to others here who defended me. I welcome disagreements among regulars here as I know they are based on serious thought and come from a perspective broadly similar to my own. I have changed my mind before, and that does not come from reading the Huffington Post.

        skzion on December 22, 2014 at 5:20 pm

          skzion, being referred to as whatever sounded rude if directed at me and I don’t think the infighting on here does much good. I think it was DS ROCKS thats made remarks negative toward the juvey guards he was confined by in the past, but who knows who gets on here after a few beverages or what. There’s enough real scum bags out there to deal with without this net crap, so I’m not looking for war with anyone except real ones. Take care.
          Watching End of Watch and thinking about the way the borders have been thrown open, allowing the worlds greatest hit teams to take up residences in our home country really reminds me of how petty these kinds of grievances are. This country has been under siege by scum bags within and without for a while. Who knows whats going to be left of it in a couple of years. I have always subscribed to the theory of throw harder when hurt, and always keep your eyes open. Scum bags are like dogs, they sense fear and they sense imminent danger. Be dangerous.

          samurai on December 22, 2014 at 10:23 pm

          samurai, this looks like a misunderstanding. Observe:

          “Ditto on what should be an award-winning actor, Ayn Rand Paul. Amazing how easily he fooled Tea Party types into voting for him. This dolt is no conservative by any stretch.

          Whatever on December 21, 2014 at 12:03 pm”

          I was certainly not referring to you, but to the participant calling himself “Whatever,” who linked Ayn Rand to Randy, which Little Al rightly objected to.

          Anyway, no harm done. I appreciate your comment.

          skzion on December 23, 2014 at 11:02 am

We are witnessing a growing ground war against legitimate authority, and it is being encouraged and supported by our elites. Barack Obama, Eric Holder, Bill de Blasio, and Rand Paul are just a few of those giving legitimacy to violent protesters and other assorted thugs. What is amazing about all of this is how relatively silent Republicans are about this gathering storm. Even from a practical point of view, standing up to these thugs would enhance their electoral appeal with the general public. Republicans like to cower before people who would never vote for them in the first place.

Worry on December 22, 2014 at 12:27 pm

This whole business shows the fruits of the wild swing of the pendulum within our political elites, especially among the Democrat Party, back towards the old soft-on-crime, coddle-the-criminals, “mugger’s best friend” stance that they tried to run away from in the ’90’s with their signing on to the “three strikes” sentencing guidelines and all that. Coupled with the racial element as exemplified by Sharpton & Co., this is especially insidious. Rand “Paulistinian” is proof positive – “Exhibit A,” if you will – of how far the GOP has fallen in this regard, and how far removed they have become from the days when they ran on a “law and order” stance. You would think, given the Democrats’ open support of and for the forces of criminality, lawlessness and anarchy, that someone in the Republican Party would stand up and connect the dots, but (to quote the late John Belushi) Noooooo! . . .

ConcernedPatriot on December 22, 2014 at 3:37 pm

Someone tell me, what did the president say or do, to believe he encouraged this lawlessness? Accusations do nothing to help increase knowledge.

If he did, then call him out, but if this is just partisan physco babble, then say so.

MrBigBrain on December 22, 2014 at 3:55 pm

    If you don’t know by now,then you’re not paying attention.

    It’s been pointed out over and over.

    ebayer on December 22, 2014 at 5:28 pm

Randy Paul has previously admitted that he is Ron Paul with a better presentation. We should take Randy at his word.

While I realize that all politicians are self-promoters, a minority actually believe in something. Ol’ Randy doesn’t. That’s why, when he got serious about a possible presidential run, he started being pro-Israel and even pro-Israel-aid. The posing with Sharpton is more of the same “triangulation” via strategic symbol mixing–the symbol of him next to Sharpton.

skzion on December 22, 2014 at 5:44 pm

    Excellent analysis.

    neils60 on December 22, 2014 at 6:20 pm

And if Sharpton got away with provoking murder in the past,the devil will get away with this ,again.

And for nothing more than because he’s Black.All the while claiming he and other Blacks are( All together now….): oppressed,repressed,starving, can’t get ahead in America,America’s a racist country,Whites / Jews are out to get Blacks,et al, and of course, are harassed and targeted by Police more.

CharlesMartel on December 22, 2014 at 5:54 pm

I wish that someone could find out how long this family has been in America. Was he born here? Was his mother born here? If not, when did they immigrate and under what policy. We continue to let more and more Muslims in. This is only going to get much worse. I think they may be Nigerian from what I have found out. It would be interesting to know.

amy on December 22, 2014 at 10:11 pm

Turns out this scumbag was not just a rotten apple in the family but most likely did NOT fall far from the tree.

Article about his wonderful sister here.

http://gotnews.com/breaking-muslim-nypd-cop-killers-sister-hates-cops/

Disgusted with Media on December 23, 2014 at 12:37 am

Now the mayor is blaming the police unions and media: http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2014/dec/22/de-blasio-nypd-media-bratton-police-unions

Worry on December 23, 2014 at 1:05 am

As Debbie noted in another article a few months before (about the Sotloff beheading), the Charles Johnson who wrote that link from GotNews is not the same as later became a left-winger. But scratch a cop-hater, as I’ve said, and you’ll find a supporter of the forces of criminality, evil and darkness.

ConcernedPatriot on December 23, 2014 at 1:58 pm

Mayor De Blaz had 1 request; ‘Please chill on the marches and protest’ until the funerals of the cops are over’

Even after the Mayor had Sharpton’s back, do you think Al had his. Al’s response ““Is a vigil a protest? Is a rally?”

Good PHuchkin’ grief Al, is it going to kill you to sit the F-down and take a break. You just keep on pushing, and pushing. Enough. Two cops are dead, who did absolutely nothing. The Asian cop was filling in for someone, wasn’t even his shift.

People I truly get your Disdain for this man. He is not part of the solution. He is sickening.

MrBigBrain on December 23, 2014 at 3:39 pm

I think I could roll with this sista,she gets it.
See there is hope, White Folks.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZCQbfN9sw8

MrBigBrain on December 23, 2014 at 3:53 pm

This is one is the Best!

Boycott Al Sharpton

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDKYUwX7C1o

MrBigBrain on December 23, 2014 at 3:55 pm

I underestimated the liberals. They are still attacking the police, even before the two police officers have been buried.

I am not talking about Sharpton and the loonies who are still out there demonstrating. I’m referring to the mainstream liberals, those associated with CNN, Huffington Post, etc.

Under the guise of defending de Blasio, the attacks just keep coming. The latest is to ‘point out’ that the police union in New York has attacked every mayor, not just de Blasio. Leaving aside the hyperbole and exaggeration of this assertion, there is a certain amount of truth here. The PBA has challenged other mayors.

But then the liberals go on to suggest that this sort of thing makes the PBA the most ‘troublesome’ union that the New York mayors have had to face. The nerve of these police! Causing so much trouble for all the mayors. So, a muted attack, but an attack to be sure. The uniqueness of defending mayors against unions, something liberals virtually never do, suggests the virulence of their hatred of police officers.

This subtle liberal campaign enables Sharpton and the other loonies to carry on with their activities. They are being told in so many words that nothing will happen to them.

How clever these liberals are, finding a way to attack the police even now. We on the right had better realize what is going on and take whatever steps we can, within the law, to challenge it.

During the 50s, grass roots organizations emerged all over the country to educate people about Communism, and to challenge the Communists. Of course the Republican and Democratic establishments did not like this, but the grass roots organizations flourished until the 60s when establishment politicians conflated the grass roots movements with the John Birch society and a “desire” for nuclear devastation.

Now, there is nothing like such a grass roots movement, even though there is a double threat: communists (the whole movement for equality has a communist core; even affirmative action is a reprise of a Communist Party campaign after World War II) and Muslims. The threat of Communism goes far beyond organized Communist groups. The whole egalitarian and victimization impulse is linked to communist philosophy.

But the Tea Party bureaucracy has usurped the mantle of grass roots opposition. By masquerading as the grass roots, they are making it more difficult for real grass roots organizations to emerge in the way that they did in the 50s. Unless things change, we will continue down the path to totalitarianism. And stupid comments from contributors here about ‘fanning the flames’ will not prevent this from happening.

Little Al on December 24, 2014 at 7:40 am

So because I have an Arabic name and speak Arabic and black..Means am a Terrorist? What is this world turning to?

daphne on December 25, 2014 at 8:39 am

I note that commentator Bill O’Reilly excuses Sharpton and Wilhelm from responsibility for helping to bring about the murders of the two New York police officers, Ramos and Liu. He argues that only the shooter can have blood on his hands. O’Reilly is DEAD WRONG.

When prominent individuals, who already have the ears of people prone to violence and crime, use their influence to foment hatred against police officers, especially non-black ones, they arouse the base emotions of their particular audience and inspire their members to commit the acts of violence and bloodshed that we have witnessed. Those prominent individuals, like Sharpton, Wilhelm, Holder, and Obama as well, do not even bother to couch their hate speech in terms that could remotely promote “peaceful demonstration.” The media is also complicit by giving radio and TV time to them to prominently express their messages of hatred.

O’Reilly probably knows better, but because he pretends not to, he has proven himself to be every bit the “PINHEAD” that he likes to call other people from time to time.

So, let’s review a little history about Al Sharpton and his putrid ilk, covering earlier disgusting episodes of Sharpton’s hate speech:

http://www.thefederalistpapers.org/us/al-sharpton-defends-racist-rant-it-was-only-one-jew

Although there is nobody in the US Justice Department with any integrity or balls that would indict Sharpton for his role in the murders of the two police officers, I wish that the families of the slain officers would sue the bastard and his vile sponsor, MSNBC, in a civil lawsuit to expose their program of racial hatred and murder-promoting conduct. Then all the previous evidence of Sharpton’s treachery could be exposed in a courtroom, and the bastards could be forced to pay for their sins.

Ralph Adamo on December 25, 2014 at 1:29 pm

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