El Paso: Expect Evil People to Use Evil for Evil (Sun, Aug 4, 2019)
The Hake Report, live 9 AM PT Sunday, August 4, 2019, on Hake’s channels. (I’m also live on Jesse’s channels in his fourth hour during the week Mon-Fri 9 AM PT.) NOTE: I took a nice photo while in the mountains this weekend. The thumbnail image is not related to the topic.
Deluded El Paso Walmart Killer
I saw headlines that at least 20 people were killed, and 26 were injured at a Walmart in El Paso, TX, including a 4-month-old baby or something. The shooter thought he was going to die too, but he didn’t!
(In Dayton, OH, 12 hours later at a bar, another mass shooting on innocent people took place, a male killing at least 10, injuring 27, and then he was killed by cops.)
The suspect is a 21-year-old male, appears to be white, Patrick Crusius — which seems to be a German last name, although there’s a Brazilian politician with it.
I heard the El Paso killer’s manifesto (which Drudge has posted).
He sympathized with the eco-fascist Christchurch killer. His manifesto was titled “An Inconvenient Truth” or something — an apparent reference to Al Gore’s global warming propaganda documentary. These people fall for the manmade climate change alarmist nonsense. Both the El Paso and Christchurch shooters blamed immigrants for making too many babies, as if there is such a thing as “overpopulation,” and supposedly helping destroy the environment. He made some factual statements about Republicans and Democrats.
He had no faith, and thinks he can predict the future.
He seemed to justify killing innocent people by pointing out that the government has done the same thing with wars that he appears to frown upon. So he became what he hated, total hypocrite. He specifically promoted going after soft-targets just like other terrorists do, including Dylann Roof, Al Qaeda, and ISIS — where there are defenseless people for easy kills. SMH.
A hater of mine (who blamed Jesse and me for this!) had linked a YouTube video from an account with a Vietnamese-sounding name, reading the manifesto. I listened to the whole thing and commented thanks for reading it so I don’t have to. The alleged killer was deluded, or is. But the video was taken down.
My thing: Expect evil people to use evil for evil. This evil act will be exploited by other evil people pretending to care about innocent lives, etc., and they’re going after gun rights, etc.
President Trump tweeted about it, and I’m glad he’s president in these times.
Caller Log, courtesy of Dielawn
Jason (Orange County, CA) How the media is covering the shootings before they know the facts, they're so quick to call him "white supremacist."
Javier (1st time) (Missouri) They're not sending their best! His father was a refugee who went to prison for murdering someone
Mike (San Diego, CA) Is a civil war coming?
Russ (Virginia) I ain't vote fa Trump, I dun heard dat man lie
“Jesus” (Houston, TX) Why you protecting Trump so much? James hangs up on him.
Intellectualism Is Evil.
Intellectuals are easily deceived. Intellectualism is the same thing as emotionalism. Intellectuals can’t stop thinking: they obsess over stuff. Their thoughts are directed by their emotions and their emotions are directed by their thoughts.
Trump’s Harsh Words Are Good.
I just don’t get emotional over Trump’s words. People get so upset over true statements and legitimate criticisms he makes of all sorts of people. And every time you look at what he’s getting at, he’s pushing for unity, for setting the record straight. He’s encouraging love for the country and those serving it (military, police, border patrol…).