Monday, May 16, 2016

Heroes Among Us: the Brave and the Brainwashed

Scott Baio:

In an effort not to appear anti-police, Obama presented Public Safety Medals of Valor to 13 officers today.

Since he also presented Michael Brown as a victim and not the failed cop-killer that he was, Obama should have given a medal to completely exonerated Officer Darren Wilson as well.

Let's give these American heroes their names:

USA Today:

..."Philadelphia Police Sergeant Robert Wilson III stopped at a video game store last year to buy his son a gift for getting good grades. Two armed men — who police later learned were brothers — entered the store, and security footage then showed Wilson confronting them, stepping away from the staff and patrons to keep them out of the crossfire.

After exchanging 50 rounds in a shootout, one of the robbers shot Wilson in the head, killing him. Accepting the Medal of Valor for Wilson was his grandmother, Constance Wilson. ...

Others awarded the medal Monday are:
Officer Mario Gutierrez, Miami-Dade, Fla., for subduing a knife-wielding assailant who attempted to set off a massive gas explosion that could have resulted in multiple fatalities.
Patrolman Louis Cioci, Johnson City, N.Y., for pursuing and apprehending a gunman who had killed a fellow officer at a crowded hospital, thereby saving the lives of employees, patients, and visitors.
Officers Jason Salas and Robert Sparks and Captain Raymond Bottenfield, Santa Monica, Calif.for placing themselves in danger to save the lives of students and staff during a school shooting on the campus of Santa Monica College.
Major David Huff, Midwest City, Okla., for resolving a hostage situation,. saving the life of a two-year-old girl after negotiations deteriorated with a man holding the child captive at knife point.
Officer Donald Thompson, Los Angeles, Calif., for crossing two freeway dividers and enduring first- and second-degree burns while pulling an unconscious man to safety from a car moments before it became engulfed in flames.
Officer Coral Walker, Omaha, Neb.for single-handedly incapacitating a man who had killed and injured multiple victims on a shooting spree.
Officer Gregory Stevens, Garland, Tex.for exchanging gunfire at close range and subduing two heavily armed assailants, thereby preventing a mass shooting.
Officer Niel Johnson, North Miami, Fla., for pursuing a man who had shot a Miami police officer and two other innocent bystanders, withstanding fire from an assault weapon, and apprehending the assailant.
Special Agent Tyler Call, FBI, for helping to rescue a woman from her ex-husband, who was holding her at gunpoint.
Deputy Joey Tortorella, Niagara County, N.Y., for confronting and subduing a gunman who had shot and wounded his parents inside their home, and preventing him from threatening a nearby elementary school."............................................................................................................................

The brainwashing Scott Baio mentioned doesn't stop there, however.

Look at Officer Stevens' blurb: "exchanging gunfire at close range and subduing two heavily armed assailants, thereby preventing a mass shooting."

That was Pamela Geller's cartoon event. That sentence should read "exchanging gunfire at close range and subduing two heavily armed Radical Islamic terrorists, thereby preventing a mass terror attack."

That's a Bad Journalist Two-fer;
1.) Failing to identify terrorists properly by calling them criminals.
And 2.) Conflating terrorism with gun violence to further the gun control agenda.

 As opposed to a Terrorism Control agenda.

Congratulations, USA Today--that's how the game is played!

Do you NOW understand the brainwashing?

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