Feinstein Exploits Navy Yard Shooting To Renew Call To Disarm Mr. And Mrs. America by smonebkyn


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									Feinstein Exploits Navy Yard Shooting To
Renew Call To Disarm Mr. And Mrs. America
Kurt Nimmo
September 16, 2013

Zeroes in on unconfirmed report shooter had an AR-15
California Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein has exploited another mass shooting to call for
destroying the Second Amendment and disarming law-abiding Americans.
“When will enough be enough?” Feinstein said in a statement Monday evening following the Navy
Yard shooting in Washington, D.C.
“Congress must stop shirking its responsibility and resume a thoughtful debate on gun violence in this
country,” she said. “We must do more to stop this endless loss of life.”
“I mourn those killed today at the Navy Yard in Washington and send my thoughts and prayers to those
families grieving the loss of loved ones,.”
She exploited unconfirmed reporters that the alleged shooter used a popular semi-automatic rifle
Democrats and their gun-grabbing comrades have consistently demonized as an assault weapon.
“There are reports the killer was armed with an AR-15, a shotgun and a semiautomatic pistol when he
stormed an American military installation in the nation’s capital and took at least 12 innocent lives,”
Feinstein said.
“This is one more event to add to the litany of massacres that occur when a deranged person or
grievance killer is able to obtain multiple weapons — including a military-style assault rifle — and kill
many people in a short amount of time.”
She once again called on Congress to disarm the American people and dismember the Bill of Rights
following a monumental failure earlier this year to push anti-gun legislation through the Senate.
In 1995, Feinstein lamented the failure of an earlier effort to take out the Second Amendment. “If I
could have gotten 51 votes in the Senate of the United States for an outright ban, picking up every one
of them,” she told 60 Minutes. “Mr. and Mrs. America, turn ‘em all in, I would have done it. I could not
do that. The votes weren’t here.”
Military Brass: We Prefer Our Active Duty
As Disarmed Slaves
Kit Daniels
September 16, 2013

                                                   Policies requiring unloaded firearms and gun-free
                                                  zones turn our troops into defenseless victims in
                                                  mass shootings
                                                  Since at least the 1950s, “political motivations” have
                                                  left American service members systematically
                                                  disarmed during various military duties, which has led
                                                  to mass casualties in “gun-free” zones. On May 16,
                                                  2011, a poster on the Firing Line forum named
                                                  BarryLee said that during the Cold War, his late father
                                                  in the Military Police Corps was not always issued
                                                  ammunition for his sidearm.
                                                  “This meant that sometimes they went on patrol with
                                                  unloaded weapons,” he said.
                                                  BarryLee asked the other forum members if this was a
                                                  common practice in the U.S. military.
                                                  “Unloaded weapons are more common than most
                                                  people think,” FrankenMauser responded. “Sometimes
                                                  political motivations trump safety.”
                                                  “Sometimes, the [unloaded] weapon itself is expected
                                                  to be a better deterrent than the need to use it.”
                                                  Another poster, kraigwy, said that although he never
                                                  saw MPs being forbidden from carrying ammunition
while on duty, they did carry their sidearms with an empty chamber, meaning that their guns were
effectively unloaded and required “racking the slide” to chamber a round before firing.
This extra step requires time that a MP may not have in a life-or-death situation.
Another poster, Pahoo, wrote that while aboard a naval ship he was issued a 1911 with no ammunition.
“We didn’t even have the Barney Fife option,” he said, referring to the fictional deputy sheriff on The
Andy Griffith Show who carried only one round in his shirt pocket.
This trend continues to the present.
On November 5, 2009, Nidal Malik Hasan fatally shot 13 people and wounded more than 30 others at
the Soldier Readiness Processing Center on Fort Hood, Texas.
None of the soldiers shot back because as Steve Watson reported earlier today, a government policy
forbids military personnel from carrying firearms for personal protection unless “a credible and specific
threat against [Department of the Army] personnel [exists] in that region.”
Only military police are allowed to “display” firearms, which as previously stated may not even be
Hasan didn’t encounter armed resistance until civilian police officer Kimberly Munley arrived at the
scene and started firing back at him.
“Any deranged shooter looking for defenseless victims need only look to a gun-free zone, knowing that
it will be populated by defenseless victims that can provide no resistance,” Watson wrote on the
It appears that the federal government would rather disarm our service members now rather than
waiting until they are peaceful veterans targeted by the Department of Homeland Security.

Crazed “Black Out” Navy Yard Shooter Suspect
Alexis Had Secret Government Clearance
Kurt Nimmo
September 16, 2013

The suspected Navy Yard gunman shot dead by cops earlier
today had a secret government clearance despite the fact he
was arrested in Seattle in 2004 after shooting out the tires of a
car during an angry “blackout.”
According to a police report, Aaron Alexis didn’t remember the
incident until about an hour later.
Alexis was also arrested in 2010 for shooting into a neighbor’s
apartment in Fort Worth, Texas. He had previously confronted the
neighbor for making too much noise. The woman said she
believed the shooting was intentional.
Despite these incidents, the alleged shooter was permitted a secret
government clearance and was hired as a civilian contractor with
a military-issued ID card.
“He did have a secret clearance. And he did have a CAC
(common access card),” Thomas Hoshko, CEO of The Experts
Inc, a company servicing the Navy Marine Corps Intranet as a
subcontractor, told Reuters.
“We had just recently re-hired him. Another background
investigation was re-run and cleared through the defense security
service in July 2013,” Hoshko said.
Hoshko said Alexis’ “secret” security clearance dated back to
2007, several years after the Seattle incident. It is not explained
how the former Navy reservist received a secret defense security clearance after the 2010 shooting


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