Curious that this “mass shooting” isn’t all over the news…

Isn’t it exactly what our would-be masters say they’re protecting us from, when they say “civilians” shouldn’t have guns?

But I first saw it at Captain’s Journal*, then had to climb down a rabbit hole to find any actual news report about it at all.

What’s normally a place of worship turned into a crime scene when a man entered Faith City Mission with a handgun.

“They said there was a gun in the building everyone started running all different ways,” said Clay Murdock, a student at Faith City Mission.

Amarillo Police said the initial came in around 8:54 a.m. and indicated there was an armed suspect inside who had 100 to 150 people held hostage in the chapel.

Sergeant Brent Barbee said officers entered the building when they encountered an individual who had a handgun.

“The officers fired shots that struck the man,” said Barbee. “After some additional investigation, they’ve learned that the man that the gun may have taken the firearm away from the original suspect in the call. The man who originally had the gun has been taken into custody.”

So the only person harmed in the incident was shot by police, who showed up late and started shooting without any knowledge of what was going on, gunning down the hero of the scene. Gee, I wonder why that’s been swept under the rug.

In more important news, several busloads of school children were traumatized Tuesday when Florida legislators refused to arbitrarily ban AR-15 rifles and standard capacity magazines. Counselors were on hand with portable safe spaces or some damn thing, I dunno…


*Correction, I first saw it at Claire’s. Then I went down the rabbit hole.

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2 Responses to Curious that this “mass shooting” isn’t all over the news…

  1. Robert says:

    Our morning newspaper has front-page news of a parent of a student at a local school being arrested and banned from all school district property for: 1) walking past the school office without signing in 2) entering a classroom while being followed by a staff member 3) announcing that he was an intruder 4) handing a teacher a piece of cardboard with the word “gun” written on it 5) repeating his actions in the school admin office 6) leaving peacefully.

    A school spokesperson stated “a restorative circle approach was used for the children to discuss and process the situation”…

  2. Robert says:

    For some reason, this seems related: Cambridge University has a Center for the Study of Existential Risk.

To the stake with the heretic!