And another mass shooting not in the national news

This is becoming a theme.

Sacramento police believe multiple shooters were involved in a mass shooting early Sunday in downtown Sacramento that killed six adults and left 12 other people injured.

They’ve now arrested a suspect:

Sacramento police have arrested a 26-year-old man in connection with Sunday’s deadly mass shooting, the city’s police chief confirmed.

Here’s his mugshot:

Not sure they’d be able to sell the whole “white supremacist” narrative with that one, so it’s better just to pretend like it never happened. Strange how as many times as things like these happen it never seems to be deemed worthy of national news.

Unless, of course, it’s mentioned in support of some new gun control scheme.

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Mass shooting you won’t hear about

You won’t hear much about this story in the US Media:

Nine Phoenix police officers were shot and wounded at a home early Friday morning, including four injured by a barrage of gunfire after being lured into a trap while rescuing a baby during a five-hour armed standoff.

Wow, that sounds like exactly the type of story that would get clicks and reads and garner interest, but if you see it in the MSM at all, it will be on the back pages and won’t last long.

Why? Two reasons: The victims here are not an authorized victim group. Cops are the bad guys, remember? They can’t be cast as victims of a brutal sneak attack…especially not when they were risking their lives to save a baby. That makes them look WAY too good.

Secondly, the perpetrators also don’t fit the narrative.https://sailorcurt.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/image1-289x210.png

Doesn’t exactly scream “White Supremacist” now does it?https://sailorcurt.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/image2-290x210.png

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ATF creating a backdoor gun registry?

Where did I put my shocked face.

According to a response letter (embedded below), the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) acknowledged it has over 920 million firearms records, (920,664,765 records).

When they finally get around to banning guns (it’s still gonna take awhile, but the time is coming), they need to know who’s got them.

Although active FFL’s don’t submit their form 4473’s to the ATF, they must store them and if they go out of business, they have to submit them to the ATF. By creating a database of old 4473’s the ATF has a historical record of everyone who’s ever bought a firearm from an FFL that has closed its doors.

Add to that the rise in popularity of database driven electronic 4473’s and acquisition and disposition records and it doesn’t take much of a stretch to see the ATF gaining access someday and adding the records of all active FFLs.

Instant gun registry.

Of course, that won’t have the current owners of anyone who’s purchased guns through private sales…hence the hard push for “universal background checks” requiring private citizens to obtain permission from the government before selling their own personal property to another private citizen.

And, of course, that won’t help them figure out who currently owns the millions of guns that have been stolen over the years so it’s really only a registry of legal gun owners; but that doesn’t bother them…the end game isn’t to reduce crime or disarm the tiny minority of the population who habitually engage in criminal activity. The end game is to disarm the huge number of law abiding citizens who might get froggy and to decide to re-enact that part of the Declaration of Independence that says “whenever any form of Government becomes destructive to these Ends, it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it”.

That way, when they decide to send people to the latest version of the COVID camps, or outlaw private transportation to save the planet, or have OSHA pass a rule saying that you can’t be employed unless you undergo the latest fad in medical treatments, or criminalize engaging in “hate speech” by speaking out against them or “misinformation” by contradicting them, we won’t have the means to fight back.

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You will take our help and you will like it!

Two of the basic tenets of the leftist religion are that:
A) Members of minority ethnic groups are inferior to whites and as such are unable to succeed in America without the benevolent assistance of white liberals
and
B) Assisting these minority ethnic groups by implementing white liberal policies upon them demonstrates the superiority and charitable nature of white liberals.

Of course, that’s really just a smoke screen for keeping members of minority ethnic groups “in their place”. How plausible is it that liberals really believe that providing the catalyst for the destruction of black families and forcing blacks to become dependent on the government for their survival is actually good for them?

How many believe that enabling Hispanics in this country illegally to work “under the table” for cash at extremely low wages is actually good for the Hispanics (and the American workers they’re displacing) rather than for the corporations who hire them?

How many believe that pushing “Native Americans” out of the public eye and suppressing all recognition of them and their role in US history is going to be good for the tribes?

There are plenty more examples I could cite, but you get the idea. Liberal elitists tend to be highly educated, you can’t tell me they don’t understand how damaging their policies really are. They’re not stupid.

The last one I mentioned is actually the subject of this post.

When I was in the Navy, one of my best friends was an American Indian. I believe he was Pomo but I’m not sure my memory serves. He HATED the term “Native American”. He referred to his wife as “the squaw” and his kids as “the three little Indians”.

He grew up on a reservation in California. The schools were horrible, he ended up being pulled out by his parents and homeschooled until he got his GED. He scored well on the mechanical aptitude part of the ASVAB and, although his score was low overall, was enlisted as a Jet Engine Mechanic. The fact that his education was a bit lacking (to say the least) notwithstanding, he was very intelligent and was an absolute genius with troubleshooting and repairing jet engines.

At any rate, he hated all the politically correct BS and wouldn’t tolerate it around him. He was proud of his Indian heritage and didn’t feel any need to be “protected” by liberal busybodies. According to him, the majority of Indians he knew felt the same way.

That brings us to Colorado today.

Colorado has fallen prey to the spreading of the liberal virus. Liberals turn their home states into a high tax, ultra-regulated, crime ridden hell hole that’s intolerable to live in, so many middle class liberals flee to places with a better environment to raise their families. Incapable of understanding exactly what it was that went so horribly wrong in their home state, as soon as they get settled, they immediately start trying to turn their adopted home into a clone of the place they just escaped.

Virginia is the latest to succumb to the disease (the recent elections, in my opinion, were an outlier having to do with outrage over the school board nonsense, the current Republican Governor is a temporary glitch, not a return to norms). Colorado has been in its grip for years.

The liberal government in Colorado decided they needed to spare the Indians from the indignity of being honored and remembered through school mascots and passed a low requiring any school in the state with an Indian related mascot to change it by early next year.

The benefactors of this liberal benevolence were so thankful to the liberals for looking out for their interests that they…filed a lawsuit to stop implementation of the law.

All of this is to bring us to the current news…the benevolent Colorado courts have decided to honor the heritage of Colorado American Indians, by refusing to grant an injunction halting implementation of the law.

Not because there’s no chance of the lawsuit succeeding, but because the implementation date isn’t until next year so it must not be an “emergency” right? Except…

“Recently Arickaree School District R-2 received a letter from the Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs (the “CCIA Letter”). Notwithstanding the deadlines for compliance set forth in SB 21-116, the CCIA Letter demanded that “All districts and charter schools must notify BEST of their intent to apply by November 30, 2021.”

Basically, although the schools don’t have to change their mascots until early next year, they have to commit to doing so and begin the process now.

The Indians’ point is that the injunction is necessary because after the schools commit to the change and start spending money to implement it, there’s little chance they’ll change it back if the lawsuit is successful in a year or two.

So, in a nutshell, the benevolent and charitable liberals in Colorado want to erase Indians from public view to spare those poor Indians from the indignity of being honored and memorialized in mascots, despite the Indians themselves filing a lawsuit to stop it. Isn’t that nice of them?

I wonder if their next move will be to start changing Indian place names. Starting at the state level: Connecticut, the Dakotas, Ohio, Iowa, Massachusetts, Mississippi, etc etc etc. They’ve all gotta go. Then we can start in on the city names, rivers, parks, mountain ranges.

If we’re thorough, we could completely eliminate “Native Americans” from public recollection and the only thing they’ll be remembered for is places like the Potawatomi Bingo Casino. That will be great for their self-esteem won’t it?

It’s a feature, not a bug.

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Definitely not an insurrection

A group of people with strong political beliefs held a demonstration in Washington DC. At the conclusion of that demonstration, some number of demonstrators forced their way into a government building and, in the process, injured several police officers.

Videos of the demonstration rapidly made their way online, depicting protestors forcing their way into the building and protesting once inside.

Oh…this wasn’t on January 6, this occurred this week.

Dozens of climate activists have been arrested after they clashed with police in Washington DC and forced their way into the Interior Department building in scenes that some have called reminiscent of the US Capitol riot.

An Interior Department spokeswoman said a group of demonstrators rushed the lobby on Thursday, injuring multiple security officers, at least of whom was taken to a nearby hospital.

Police and protesters clashed outside the building, and officers used Tasers and batons against several unarmed protesters, representatives for the activist group said. The group said 55 participants were arrested.

The only difference I can see between this and what happened January 6 is that none of the protesters were shot by cops with itchy trigger fingers.

Oh…and the dearth of major news outlets screaming endlessly about the insurrection.

Why? Because this insurrection was thrown by lefties.

Heck, I can’t even find a major news outlet that reported on it, let alone called the incident an “insurrection” or claimed the perpetrators are traitors. Note that the story linked is from the UK.

And they wonder why we suspect that they might be a tad biased.

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Who could have possibly foreseen this?

As usual, not from American media, but from the Daily Mail:

A Virginia father who went viral after being dragged out of a Loudoun County school board meeting and arrested for protesting its proposed transgender policies has now revealed he was trying to tell the room that his daughter had been raped by a boy at school in the girls’ bathroom.

Who could have possibly imagined that a policy allowing teenage boys into the girl’s restrooms and locker rooms in schools could possibly turn out badly?

Even more, who would have guessed that both the school officials all the way up to the school board, and the media, would be complicit in covering it up?

I mean, other than…well…everyone with a brain.

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Entry number…oh, I’ve lost count…in the “I’ll believe them…

…when they start living like they believe it..”

And actually in this installment, she basically just admits that wearing masks is kabuki theater.

Hat tip to Irons in the fire.

It’s not necessary…heck, it’s not even effective…and they know it. It’s nothing more than a compliance tool and they only do it in public themselves because they’ll be called out for it if they don’t. She apparently wasn’t smart enough to realize she was close enough to the camera for them to get audio.

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Why are they pushing the Wuhan China Virus vaccines so hard?

Well, there’s this:

Those experiments were a stepping stone towards two of the most important and profitable vaccines in history: the mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccines given to hundreds of millions of people around the world. Global sales of these are expected to top US$50 billion in 2021 alone.

Might have something to do with it.

Also might explain why they’re pushing so hard for “boosters” that would require the use of hundreds of millions more doses in this country alone.

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