Christopher Dorner is a cop killer. He has nearly shut down Los Angeles because no one knows what he’ll do next to whom. Dorner is black. This is important because liberal apologists are making excuses for Dorner’s killing spree because he’s black. Consider these unbelievable comments:
“One Facebook page is proclaiming Dorner for president. ‘We propose electing a man who could no longer sit idly by and watch as malicious tyrants abuse the innocent.’
“The description on ‘We Are All Chris Dorner’ chillingly says, ‘Yes, this is war.’
“Nearly 3,000 people like the page ‘I Support Christopher Jordan Dorner.’”
It’s no wonder that law-abiding citizens are concerned about having their Second Amendment rights abridged. There are crazy people out there who want to take vengeance on anybody because they consider themselves to be Chris Dorners.
It doesn’t matter how bad Dorner was treated or how much corruption there is in the Los Angeles Police Department, killing innocent people is not the answer.
Each day in the United States 4000 pre-born babies are murdered. There have been some pro-life activists who have taken the law into their own hands and killed abortion doctors. Paul Hill is the most infamous. Hill presented a very cogent rationale for killing abortion doctors, but it was the wrong approach.
How often did we hear liberals attack Hill's methodology? But now that someone from their own worldview has justice issues, it’s a whole new ball game.
And it’s not just random nut jobs that are making excuses and offering support for this guy. CNN host Don Lemon explained how many people in minority communities “understand” what this cop killer is going through and offer a level of support
“But there are people, especially minorities, urban radio, especially African-Americans and Hispanics — this story shows that now, just like the O.J. Simpson story, just like the Rodney King story, that people... There is a distinct difference in this country the way people view race, the way people view news stories, the way we filter things, because there are people who support him. There are people who say, ‘I had a problem with my job. I had a problem with police officers’ — especially with stories that concern police officers. There are people with a general distrust of police officers, especially African-Americans and Hispanics. They believe that he had a beef, a legitimate beef, but now he's gone off the deep end and he's doing it the wrong way now.”
Killing people was Dorner’s only option? Dorner couldn’t have contacted Don Lemon at CNN and told his story to him? I’m sure CNN and every mainstream news outlet would love to have had a crack at bringing down one of America’s biggest police departments.
Dorner was fired in 2008. That was five years ago. Why have the media not picked up on the story? Lemon knew about the corruption in the LAPD before Dorner went on his killing spree. In the same interview, Lemon said:
“The LAPD historically has a problem with racism. [They] had a worse problem with racism years ago, especially 20 years ago when the Rodney King story happened and probably worse before that and then it was cleaned up.”
Well, if you knew about it, then why didn’t you report on it? Is it because LA is a bastion of liberalism? The hypocrisy of the Left is unbearable.