Thursday, September 12, 2013

Paging Mark Kelly: Gunman Admits He "Wanted To Kill Conservative, Right-Wing Christians"

Will the liberal, gun-grabbing husband of Gabby Giffords speak out about this, or is he just interested in attacking Sarah Palin? (Life News)
The defense attorney for Floyd Lee Corkins, who shot up the offices of the Family Research Council, on August 15, 2012, says he wanted to kill “conservative right-wing Christians.”
Corkins entered the lobby armed with a loaded semi-automatic pistol, 100 rounds of ammunition, and 15 Chick-fil-A sandwiches. He started firing at FRC’s building manager Leo Johnson who heroically tackled the shooter after a gunshot shattered his arm.


Corkins pled guilty to three charges, including committing an act of domestic terrorism while armed – the first such charge in Washington, D.C and government is seeking a 45-year prison term for the liberal activist. Corkins has pleaded guilty and his public defender is hoping to get him a reduced sentence of 11 years. The attorney also provided some rationale for while Corkins targeted the pro-life group.
The reason I reference Mark Kelly, is he, the Obama Lapdog Media, Richard Milhous Obama, have blamed Sarah Palin and the Tea Party for the tragic shooting in Tucson, AZ that wounded Ms. Giffords, and killed several others (including a nine year old girl and a federal judge). On Tuesday night, Kelly once again attacked Palin for her "bomb Obamacare" comment on Twitter before yours truly and several other Tweeters set him straight.

The gunman behind the Tucson shooting was a Tea Party member and was not motivated by Palin's "Targeted District" map. Instead, he was a liberal 9/11 troofer and pothead obsessed with a movie entitled Zeitgeist.  But Kelly and other liberals (when they're not trying to grab out guns) have continued repeating the lie that Palin and the Tea Party are responsible for the horror in Tucson.

Contrast that with what happened at the Family Research Council in August 2012. Corkins, a liberal homosexual activist, was motivated by a map of so-called "hate groups" listed by the Southern Poverty Law Center.  The SPLC's definition of a hate group is someone who disagrees with liberalism and their false Messiah Obama. They've attacked and aided the Obama Regime's Department of Homeland Insecurity in labeling veterans, Tea Party activists and other patriot groups as "domestic terrorists." 

But Kelly and other liberals are silent when it comes to liberal incivility and violence.

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