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The alleged Boulder murderer, Ahmad Al Issa (his name is being reported a variety of ways) purchased an AR-15 platform firearm six days before he walked into a King Sooper grocery store yesterday and opened fire. He was also reportedly armed with a semi-automatic handgun.

CNN is reporting that the shooter used “an AR-15-style pistol modified with an arm brace.”

Given the Democrats’ gun control push since President BidenHarris took office, not to mention the fact that the Senate Judiciary Committee is holding hearings on gun control today, enemies of the right to keep and bear arms are in high dudgeon, using yesterday’s massacre as proof positive that now is the time to do something.

Someone even propped up President BidenHarris himself in front of a TelePrompter today long enough to haltingly read a brief statement from his handlers regarding the fierce moral imperative to enact a common sense “assault weapons” and “high capacity” magazine ban as well as closing non-existent “loopholes” in the background check system.

He then immediately doddered out of the room to avoid taking any questions from the media. Watch for yourself . . .

Here’s the latest from the Associated Press . . .

By Patty Nieberg, Thomas Peipert and Colleen Slevin

Police on Tuesday identified a 21-year-old man as the suspect who opened fire inside a crowded Colorado supermarket, and court documents showed that he purchased an assault rifle less than a week before the attack that killed 10 people, including a police officer.

Supermarket employees told investigators that Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa shot an elderly man multiple times Monday outside the Boulder grocery store before going inside, according to the documents. Another person was found shot in a vehicle next to a car registered to suspect’s brother.

Authorities said Alissa was from the Denver suburb of Arvada and that he engaged in a shootout with police inside the store. The suspect was being treated at a hospital and was expected to be booked into the county jail later in the day on murder charges.

Investigators have not established a motive, but authorities believe he was the only shooter, Boulder County District Attorney Michael Dougherty said.

The suspect purchased the assault weapon just six days before the shooting, on March 16, according to the arrest affidavit released Tuesday. It was not immediately known where the gun was purchased.

The shooting came 10 days after a judge blocked a ban on assault rifles passed by the city of Boulder in 2018. That ordinance and another banning large-capacity magazines came after the 2018 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, that left 17 people dead.

A lawsuit challenging the bans was filed quickly, backed by the National Rifle Association. The judge struck down the ordinance under a Colorado law that blocks cities from making their own rules about guns.

A law enforcement official briefed on the shooting said the suspect’s family told investigators they believed Alissa was suffering some type of mental illness, including delusions. Relatives described times when Alissa told them people were following or chasing him, which they said may have contributed to the violence, the official said. The official was not authorized to speak publicly and spoke to AP on condition of anonymity.

The attack sent terrorized shoppers and employees scrambling for cover. It was the nation’s deadliest mass shooting since a 2019 assault on a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, where a gunman killed 22 people in a rampage that police said targeted Mexicans.

SWAT officers carrying ballistic shields slowly approached the King Soopers store while others escorted frightened people away from the building, which had some of its windows shattered. Customers and employees fled through a back loading dock to safety. Others took refuge in nearby shops.

Multiple 911 calls paint a picture of a chaotic, terrifying scene, according to the affidavit.

One caller said the suspect opened fire out the window of his vehicle. Others called to say they were hiding inside the store as the gunman fired on customers. Witnesses described the shooter as having a black AR-15-style gun and wearing blue jeans and maybe body armor.

By the time he was in custody, Alissa had been struck by a bullet that passed through his leg, the affidavit said. He had removed most of his clothing and was dressed only in shorts. Inside the store, he had left the gun, a tactical vest, a semiautomatic handgun and his bloodied clothing, the affidavit said.

After the shooting, detectives went to Alissa’s home and found his sister-in-law, who told them that he had been playing around with a weapon she thought looked like a “machine gun,” about two days earlier, the document said.

A tapestry and a pillow blocked a narrow window next to the front door at the Arvada home believed to be owned by the suspect’s father. No one answered the door after several knocks, but young children occasionally pulled the pillow aside and peered out of the window. The two-story home with a three-car garage sits in a relatively new middle- and upper-class neighborhood.

Boulder Police Chief Maris Herold identified the slain officer as Eric Talley, 51, who had been with the force since 2010. He was the first to arrive after responding to a call about shots fired and someone carrying a rifle, she said.

“He was, by all accounts, one of the outstanding officers of the Boulder Police Department, and his life was cut too short,” Dougherty said.

The other dead ranged in age from 20 to 65. They were identified as Denny Stong, 20; Neven Stanisic, 23; Rikki Olds, 25; Tralona Bartkowiak, 49; Suzanne Fountain, 59; Teri Leiker, 51; Kevin Mahoney, 61; Lynn Murray, 62; and Jodi Waters, 65.

The attack in Boulder, about 25 miles (40 kilometers) northwest of Denver and home to the University of Colorado, stunned a state that has seen several mass shootings, including the 1999 Columbine High School massacre and the 2012 Aurora movie theater shooting.

Monday’s attack was the seventh mass killing this year in the U.S., following the March 16 shooting that left eight people dead at three Atlanta-area massage businesses, according to a database compiled by The Associated Press, USA Today and Northeastern University.

It follows a lull in mass killings during the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, which had the smallest number of such attacks in eight years, according to the database, which tracks mass killings defined as four or more dead, not including the shooter.

Sarah Moonshadow and her son, Nicolas Edwards, had just bought strawberries inside the supermarket when they heard gunfire. Moonshadow told The Denver Post they ducked and “just ran.” Outside, Edwards said, arriving police pulled up next to a body in the parking lot.

“I knew we couldn’t do anything for the guy,” he said. “We had to go.”

Video posted on YouTube showed one person on the floor inside the store and two more outside on the ground. What sounds like two gunshots are heard at the beginning of the video.

President Joe Biden announced that flags nationwide would be lowered in memory of the victims — an order that comes just as a previous flag-lowering proclamation expired for those killed in the Atlanta-area shootings. Together the two orders mean near-continuous national mourning for almost two weeks.

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    • Islam is trash but it’s stupid to think that mental illness is caused by Islam. Literally some people are crazy. Black white brown and yellow all populations have insane folk. Crazy is crazy

      • Islam is trash but it’s stupid to think that mental illness is caused by Islam.

        Maybe Islam is just a perfect match with crazy people.
        A cult created by a murderous pedophile would seem right in line with crazy thinking.

        • Crazy thinking = religion? Sounds like a perfect match to me too…

          There are a lot of rational people who just happen to believe in irrational shit. I won’t criticize any religion more than the next one, but the history of religion speaks for itself. What a joke.

        • …but the history of religion speaks for itself. What a joke

          If you think Western civ and specifically this country would have materialized without the foundation of Judeo-Christianity than you’re a moron. You talk like you were subjected to 4+ years of university indoctrination.

        • Many religions give the perp a sense of superiority and(to them) tells then they are on the right path. It is not only Islam that is used like this, Christianity was the excuse for the crusades. Thugees killed people, Sikhs have been used by others.
          My Christian faith tells me differently, but people have always twisted religion to gain their own ends and gain followers.

          If this man was hearing voices, having hallucinations and acting erratically, why didn’t his family call social services for help? This is a person that has extreme mental problems, this is not a normal gun owner.

          I wonder if some alphabet group was using him to do the deed – I hate to think they would, but after the last few years, I can not put anything out of these zealots’ reach

        • “Christianity was the excuse for the crusades.” Facepalm… The Crusades weren’t some kind mass delusion excused by religion; they were, among other things, an in-kind response to the Islamic invasions of Europe.

        • And the masses weren’t personally able to read the Bible/Scriptures for themselves, but were selectively fed from the Papal structure. Many who fought in the Crusades were told their sins would be absolved, as well as any they committed along the way, if they fought for the Crown.

          Lunacy, but that’s what lack of education does. It creates sheep who will believe pretty much anything TPTB tell them.

          Hey…that sounds familiar…

        • “Strike the Infidels where ever you find them……” Read William Federer’s book “What America Should Know About Islam.” Compares Islam Koran and Christianity Bible. Really informative from a great historian.

        • Deuteronomy 13:

          6 If your very own brother, or your son or daughter, or the wife you love, or your closest friend secretly entices you, saying, “Let us go and worship other gods” (gods that neither you nor your ancestors have known, 7 gods of the peoples around you, whether near or far, from one end of the land to the other), 8 do not yield to them or listen to them. Show them no pity. Do not spare them or shield them. 9 You must certainly put them to death. Your hand must be the first in putting them to death, and then the hands of all the people. 10 Stone them to death, because they tried to turn you away from the Lord your God, who brought you out of Egypt, out of the land of slavery. 11 Then all Israel will hear and be afraid, and no one among you will do such an evil thing again.

        • Deuteronomy 13:

          You REALLY like that one don’t you… You’ve posted it ALL over the place… Problem, that passage is from a book that NO Christian uses… however, the instructions to lie to, convert or kill ALL Infidels is in the very Koran that is used and taught from “every single day” in Mosques all over the world to nearly two BILLION Muslims, NOT the same thing since God was referring to HIS believers straying from HIM while the Koran refers to ALL people NOT of the Muslim faith… OBTW, to stray from the MUSLIM faith is also punishable by death…

        • What “book that no christian uses”? You refer to the BIBLE? What are you drinking, I want some.

        • What “book that no christian uses”? You refer to the BIBLE?

          DEUTERONOMY… The 5th book of Moses (OLD TESTAMENT)… CHRISTIANS use the NEW TESTAMENT, the teachings of Jesus CHRIST… Not the same thing… DRINK UP… Learn something…
          Christ deniers (Jewish religion, snake handlers in W. VA.) still use variations of the Old Testament, but followers of Jesus Christ (aka CHRISTIANS) use the New Testament…

        • “Problem, that passage is from a book that NO Christian uses… “

          Hilarious, using the ‘no true Scotsman fallacy’, priceless…

          I am glad to hear that all the Christians use only the New Testament, Jesus never spoke against homosexuality.
          That whole business about a man lying with a man being an abomination is strictly old testament, glad to hear all the Christian churches in America now accept homosexuality as no problem!

        • The fact that Jesus himself did not directly address the specific question of homosexual acts carries little weight. As a faithful and practicing Jew, Jesus accepted and lived by the moral code passed down through Hebrew tradition. Among its tenets (Leviticus 20:13) was that “if a man lies with a male as with a woman, they have committed an abomination; the two of them shall be put to death.” His intent was not to publish a compendium of moral theology; rarely does Christ address particular moral issues but focuses instead on the broader goals of love of God and love of neighbor.

          Romans 1:26-28, where Paul says: “God handed them over to degrading passions. Their females exchanged natural relations for unnatural, and the males likewise gave up natural relations with females and burned with lust for one another. Males did shameful things with males and thus received in their own persons the due penalty for their perversity. “And since they did not see fit to acknowledge God, God handed them over to their undiscerning mind to do what is improper.”

          The Catechism of the Catholic Church (No. 2357) concludes that sacred Scripture “presents homosexual acts as acts of grave depravity” and that “under no circumstances can they be approved.”

          Jesus Christ was NOT a “Christian” He was a Jew… Christianity was founded on his teachings as interpreted by his apostles… I’m really tired of schooling you and your protégé, learn to read, work on your comprehension skills or just give it a rest… We ALL get it, YOU don’t believe in God OR religion, Who fucking cares? But that’s not your problem is it? Your problem is that you can’t convince anyone to follow you, to think YOUR way, so you just continue on and on with your incessant ill informed bullshit, selectively cutting and pasting anything that agrees with your argument.. I was doing fine, ignoring your ignorance and your unwillingness to accept anything contrary to your ideologies and now I’m going to return to that posture and hopefully everyone else will do the same (the greatest insult one can visit upon someone like you is to ignore you)… Go FUK yourselves Miners… I’m done.

        • “Jesus accepted and lived by the moral code passed down through Hebrew tradition.”

          Passed down through tradition? What kind of mealymouth BS is that?

          They follow the specific laws of mosaic teachings, as recorded in the Old Testament.

          And now that’s out the window, did you cut the old testament out of your Bible?

          You are the classic cafeteria Christian, picking and choosing your interpretation to you fit your lifestyle.

          If I were you, I’d kinda lay off that bit about no true Christian follows the old testament.

          Some of those southern Baptists can get mighty testy about their holy book.

        • “Your problem is that you can’t convince anyone to follow you, to think YOUR way”

          Hey, I’m not a member of a religion that is spending billions every year proselytizing their message to the entire world in 151 different languages, in an attempt to gain followers.

          I don’t deny religion or God, I just say that I have seen no compelling evidence that would justify belief in any deity.

          And my only problem with religion in America is their continuous attempt to have special favors from the government and place restrictions on my behavior.

          So just when is the Catholic Church going to pay their fair share of taxes on their billions of dollars of properties in the United States? Is the problem they don’t have the money because they’ve had to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to cover up childhood sexual abuse by priests?

          My favorite was when the Diocese in Los Angeles converted donations for the upkeep of the Catholic cemetery into payoff money for pedophile priests to keep them out of prison, good times!

      • Store advertised jewish food, jewish bakery and 50 some odd miles away, why did the muslim pick it?

    • “Investigation at the scene revealed the resident owned two handguns that were reportedly used in the incident,” police said in a report.

      Police seized two handguns, a Taurus .357 magnum and a Beretta PX4 Storm, the report states.

      “The resident, Steven E. Eisenberg, 55, was taken into custody and charged with making terroristic threats, police said.

      Eisenberg, who is unemployed, was released after posting $1,500 bail pending further court proceedings, police said.”

      • I’m a moron

        “Cutting And Pasting”

        “Cutting And Pasting”

        “Cutting And Pasting”

        • Not at all, the self-actualization of realizing i’m an incredible moron that only

          A) “Cuts And Pastes”


          B) Asks “do you have a citation or a link”

          was a big step for Miner49er.

          Now go cut a participation trophy and paste it here_____.

          (I cut and pasted that ^^^)

        • I also post drivel under multiple monikers. One of them involves emojis to showcase how simple minded I am.

    • He’s also confirmed to be an anti-Trumper on his Facebook profile, but Facebook has now scrubbed his posts.

      • Ah yes the American mass shooting response is in full gear. Dems blame gun owners and conservative white men, and in kind people claim false flag or that the shooter is a democrat and the drumbeat continues. Is it possible that some people of all races, creeds, religions, and nationalities are capable of horrific evil? Can’t we still defend 2a and acknowledge that sometimes people snap regardless of what party they voted for? If you assume only one type of person is capable of violence your situational awareness will be impaired as you will be focused on one specific threat and may miss another one that doesn’t fit your chosen narrative.

        • Sometimes people snap regardless of what party they voted for, indeed. Most of the mass shooters in the news for the last several decades have been active, vocal Democrats. That’s a fact.

        • “Most of the mass shooters in the news for the last several decades have been active, vocal Democrats. That’s a fact.“

          That’s quite the claim, do you have a citation or a link to support your claim?

        • I actually agree with that claim, most have been Democrats. It’s an undeniable fact!

          I would just like the citation so I can cut and paste it.

        • Most of the mass shooters in the news for the last several decades have been active, vocal Democrats. That’s a fact.

          The reality is that MOST mass shooters have no political preference and many are not even registered to vote, however of those expressing a political preference the left leaning shooters DO out number the Right…

        • “The reality is that MOST mass shooters have no political preference and many are not even registered to vote, however of those expressing a political preference the left leaning shooters DO out number the Right…”

          That’s quite the claim, do you have a citation or a link to support your claim?

        • That’s quite the claim, do you have a citation or a link to support your claim

          Yeah, your little shtick WAS cute for a minute, but you’re getting a bit tiring, Maybe go tell mommy it’s bed time and let the adults have the room.. Night night…

        • Most every mass shooting presents far more evidence that every American should be armed every day, than that all should be disarmed before the killers. How many in CO engaged the shooter? In GA? Face it, essentially every normal person was unarmed, or, like me, was not willing to stand up and die when he could escape. If 20 people cowering discovered that all had also drawn a firearm, they could stand up and convert the muslim filth to dog food, then continue shopping.

        • LarryinTx……For once I agree with Bill O’Reilly. Bad guys shooting people is the price of freedom. Liberty is risky business. That’s why our Founding Fathers recognized our God-given right to shoot back. Sometimes bad guys are Islamic terrorists, sometimes gang bangers, even sometimes politicians….or so history reveals.

  1. “The weapon used in the attack was an AR-15-style pistol modified with an arm brace, according to the source.“

    • It’s probably fortunate Ahmad didn’t honor his heritage by using explosives. If he bombed the store, many more likely would have been killed

    • I’m a moron

      “Cutting And Pasting”

      “Cutting And Pasting”

      “Cutting And Pasting”

        • Not at all, the self-actualization of realizing i’m an incredible moron that only

          A) “Cuts And Pastes”


          B) Asks “do you have a citation or a link”

          was a big step for Miner49er.

          Now go cut a participation trophy and paste it here_____.


        • I understand that you don’t use cut and paste because you are interested only in creating lies and disinformation.

          Yes, I often use cut and paste because the facts of history don’t change.

          And really, if you are going to try to attempt to fool people into believing that your posts are authored by me, you should use better grammar, spelling and punctuation.

        • I told ya I’m a moron,

          That talks to herself

          And responds to my own Miner49er posts.

          Oh, did I mention I like to Cut And Paste?

        • Sure can friend!

          Tighten the name up, it’s Miner (sometimes I can be very prickly about that).

          And join in!

        • I detected no difference…

          Yeah one can spell one can’t, One is a bigger moron than the other…

        • Hey MADD you have 3rd wheeling this love triangle since the beginning.

          Take a bow, you deserve it toooooooo!

      • Miner49er……you would have said it all had you stopped cutting and pasting at “I’m a moron.” Know when enough is enough…….

        • St. Louis, it’s probably in your best interest not to interact with Fake Miner, he’s just an agent provocateur.

        • Agent Provocateur?

          Oh the irony of my leftist projection!

          I accuse others of my sins!

          And I have been very busy.

    • I bought gallons of bleach and ammonia at the same time. No one even raised an eyebrow.

      So what he bought the weapon a few days before? That is not the issue.

      The issue before us is he passed a background check to get firearms, a background check we have been told saves lives. He is known to have mental issues and has been watched for association with a known terrorist.

      Did his family have him seen by a competent mental health professional? Was he radicalized by his associate? These are the relevant questions to the topic at hand.

      Each one of these morons, whether white, brown, black, green or regardless of their professed religion are to be looked at as individuals and questions must be asked about the individuals.

      • And what about the much-hyped “red flag” law in Colorado?? Why didn’t the family turn the shooter in if he was delusional??

        Maybe he wasn’t delusional. I think the family’s story is complete bulls*t so they don’t suffer any shame or blowback. “Oh, he was just mentally ill!” What a crock.

        • bulls*t so they don’t suffer any shame or blowback

          Seems some of the family members are in custody and being “questioned” this evening…

      • Exactly. No report, nothing for NICS denial. And perhaps the family didn’t want to stigmatize their child by having them consult with a mental health professional which would have started a paper trail with more difficulties in the future with employment, housing, etc.

      • He is known to have mental issues and has been watched for association with a known terrorist.

        The hits just keep coming…it’s almost like our society and its government systems are designed to produce these outcomes. But never fear, gun control will fix everything!

        • His father Moustafa has been posting anti American crap on social media for years… Whole damn family should be sent back to Syria..

      • Reports currently say the NICS check should have been refused, simple mistake. OOoops. Maybe we’ll do better next time, no one fired, no one jailed, just a mumbled “too bad!” and keep on keepin’ on. Only way you can count on being defended is to be ready to defend yourself. And you can’t always run away.

      • And turn those bleach and ammonia jugs upside down on the liquid fertilizer ports on your sprinkler system. That’ll keep those little fuckers off your lawn.
        And any other air breathing being.

  2. “Boulder Suspect Bought an AR-15 Rifle Six Days Before Supermarket Shooting”

    And that means what to me?

    People have been buying AR15’s for the last 60 years.

    • Estimated at 8,000,000 ARs in the USA, less than 1/100th of 1 percent get used in violence. That doesn’t sound like an epidemic. I believe the ban is called virtue signaling. 12,000 people a year die from a fall on stairs, less than 400 a year are killed by any type of rifle, maybe Joe should just ban stairs.

      • Naw….can’t use stairs for the true intent of the Second Amendment……resisting tyranny. Gun control is all about protecting politicians’ own asses from Patriots with Ar-15s. Ole Joey doesn’t care about the mass shooing victims. The shooters are his Useful Idiots.
        A politician with a law never stops a bad guy with a gun.
        He only controls the good guys which is his true agenda.
        The bad guy with a gun…..or the gang member with a gun…. the mentally deficient guy with a gun……or the TERRIBLY DISTRAUGHT FAMILY MEMBER OF A GUN SHOOTING VICTIM…….or a gun violence survivor……or the Feelz-Gooder Social Do-Gooder….. or the the “hair-on-fire, we’re-all-gonna-die” contingent……or the skin color voter…..are the politician’s easily manipulated Useful Idiot Tools to achieve his power and control agenda.
        The new agenda for humanity requires that no one will have the capacity to fight back. It has been said: “Our Task of creating a Socialist America can only succeed when those who would resist us have been totally disarmed.” No other explanation is possible.
        History has repeatedly demonstrated that disarming good people in the name of making bad people harmless only eventually facilitates politicians shooting their own countrymen. History…learn from it or be doomed to relive it….or die from it.
        And there, boys and girls, is the Xiden/KamelHo/Pigloosi/Slummer/FineStain/Jacsome-She Gun Violence Prevention Plan in a nut shell.

      • Would it be any different to anyone if he would have waited a month before doing what he did?

      • Waiting period on assault rifles is about 9 months after submitting your NFA paperwork and tax. 7 days would be great! 👍

        • AFTER you come up with 20 to 30 grand to purchase that assault rifle… My local gun shop has a mint, fully functional Gatling Gun for $14,000.00

        • And Gatling guns are not NFA items, there is nothing at all automatic about them. But $14,000 sounds reasonable! Hank Williams Jr put out a video a bunch of years back filmed at his home where he had a functional Gatling that was a thing of beauty, said he and his friends cut loose with it from time to time (he had the room), made me really jealous. What FUN!!

        • Yeah this one is all polished brass and mounted on a caisson really a cool piece… Didn’t ask the year but I believe if it was made before a certain year (maybe 1864?) it’s not even considered a firearm… 45-70 is an expensive round just for play… Although there are kits to build a .22 version…

  3. Well, at least Joe admitted he didn’t have all the facts of the recent Colorado shooting before he told us to fix the problem we need to ban guns and change background checks to eliminate “loopholes” that don’t actually exist. Then he lied and said his earlier ban of assault weapons produced results, which isn’t exactly what the data from that time frame shows. He also insinuated the attack in Atlanta was race based which is not what the shooter there said either. I’m a bit old school. The Colorado shooter’s brother has said he had mental issues, but apparently no one worried enough about that to take action of any kind. Why not? There is a lot more to be uncovered in both these shootings.

    • “He also insinuated the attack in Atlanta was race based which is not what the shooter there said either.“

      That’s just ridiculous.

      You don’t think it was racist because the shooter himself said it was he wasn’t racist?

      That’s rich, I can hear it now in court:

      “Oh no your honor, I’m not a murderer“

      “OK, that’s good enough for me. Case dismissed!“

      The shooter was obsessed with Asian American females, but his religion made him feel guilty for his lust.

      So he killed the Asian American females that he lusted for because his sky daddy required it.

      And don’t claim that just because he happened to shoot a couple non-Asian individuals that somehow exonerates him from intentionally targeting three different Asian American run spas, while ignoring generic American spas right next-door and across the street.

      The Hispanic male and female he shot were just customers who happened to be in the business when the Christian terrorist came through to exact the vengeance of God.

      • Sorry Randy,

        I see everything through the prism of race, with a health dose of self-loathing.

        Mentally disturbed Atlanta shooter kills Asians = racist

        Mentally disturbed Boulder shooter killing whites. He was just having a bad day.

        Case dismissed!

        • Of course, your inability to understand reality is the primary factor in the failure of your impersonation.

          Fake Miner says:

          “Mentally disturbed Atlanta shooter kills Asians = racist”

          Fake Miner is too stupid to understand that racism is mental illness.

        • And Fake Miner calls everything racist, because Fake Miner likes to bathe in the suffering of others.

          And therefore Fake Miner can not differentiate between real racism and what CNN, NYT, and WaPo tells Fake Miner who is racist today.

      • Hah! Just like the Boulder shooter’s family saying “he was mentally ill.” What a crock of sh*.

    • Randy, it’s actually the same old shit, somebody dies of old age and every demagogue and every “newsman” create their own narrative around their own silly assumptions. When the facts arrive they are ignored. Just like “russia collusion”, for example. There are STILL people who are completely certain that was a real thing, after 4 years and $30+ million of investigation produced no such evidence.

  4. Maybe the dems should quit hiring terrorists to commit mass shootings, I still say Stephen Paddock was a patsy that never pulled a trigger and it was dems pushing for gun control and a Clinton victory in 2016. Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain!

    • Yes… the democrats hired an immigrant to help push their agenda… seems counter to logic doesn’t it?

      • Hired, no.

        Weaponized, yes.

        Read Ahmad Al Issa social media posts. He said the talking points of the left.

        • You are just so busy impersonating me, how flattering!

          It is unfortunate that you are so lonely that you have to spar with me in order to achieve some semblance of human contact.

        • Thank you, I appreciate the sympathy.

          Miner49er lives a lonely life, dwelling deep in a basement.

          Soros is a cruel task master, he keeps me chained to the computer, watching CNN and MSNBC, and lying all day and night on posts such as this.

        • Sometimes I spend my entire day sparring with people on these forums. So I must be lonely too.

    • “I still say Stephen Paddock was a patsy that never pulled a trigger and it was dems”

      Well, that sure is some assertion you’re making there.

      Have you some evidence to support your claim?

      • Wow my moronic skills are increasing

        I cut and paste AND asked for a citation IN THE SAME POST!

        You can’t teach this level of skills.

        • I am so flattered that you pay attention to every one of my posts!

          But really, that sort of obsession can be an indicator of severe mental illness.

          Hopefully, one day you’ll get the care you so desperately need before you strap up and head to your local Safeway.

        • I have been wondering about that mental illness.

          I think it is a dual or split personality.

          Two Miner49ers in one?

          Why else would I be answering my own posts?

        • Good question. I think the answer is something that will later be revealed in my manifesto.

        • Oh I stopped drinking that, to expensive.

          Soros stopped paying for any of my posts that were cut and paste, so…

        • Oh I stopped drinking that, to expensive

          Easy enough to spot the “FAKE” “it’s TOO expensive”

        • Now fake miner, I warned you about your poor grammar.

          From what I’ve read, Vladimir does not take kindly to incompetence so you’d better mind your Ps and Qs.

        • I went with the fake Russian narrative?

          If it isn’t racist then it’s the Russians!

          OMG how deep does my brain-washing go?

        • Maddmaxx…………..there is, or was, one similar to what you described on the floor at Davenport ( Iowa ) Guns…If you are referring to that particular gun, perhaps I can buy you a drink sometime ???