29 Jan

Outrageous: How the left-wing media lied about Newtown ‘hecklers’

Twitchy:

National and international media are up in arms today over the story of Neil Heslin, father of slain Sandy Hook student Jesse Lewis, being heckled yesterday during a Connecticut legislative meeting. During his testimony, in which he called for stricter gun control measures, Heslin was reportedly interrupted by shouts from Second Amendment activists:

“The Second Amendment!” was shouted a couple of times by as many as a dozen gun enthusiasts in the meeting room as Neil Heslin, holding a photo of his slain 6-year-old son, Jesse Lewis, asked why Bushmaster assault-style weapons are allowed to be sold in the state.

Prominent gun control advocates took to Twitter to draw attention to the incident:

And liberal social media outlets are just appalled:

Except none of it was true

       

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Curt served in the Marine Corps for four years and has been a law enforcement officer in Los Angeles for the last 20 years.

67 Responses to Outrageous: How the left-wing media lied about Newtown ‘hecklers’

  1. Aye says: 51

    @Greg:

    You’re getting a 100% mortality rate only because you’re defining a biological process as a child from the point of fertilization onward. You would have us think that even a zygote is a person. Based on what? Only opinion.

    It is inarguable that a zygote is alive from the moment of conception. That’s based on both science as well as medicine.

    No matter how much you may wish to parse, prevaricate, or attempt to redefine, that living zygote, as being discussed here, is a human being in its’ earliest form. In no case will it ever grow into a horse or a kitten or a giraffe or anything else other than what it is. A human being. A person.

    That’s scientific fact. That’s medical fact.

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  2. I think it’s because we human are not advanced yet to be able to see the air,
    to see the spirit, to see the soul, to see the universe outside the multiple stars,
    to see the thoughts we have, to see the judgement we have, to see the pleasure we feel
    to see the desires we feel or the anger, or the neuron ,the proton, or inside a seed.
    and, and, and,
    until that time if we reach that possibility of seeing ,touching,
    we always be wondering , unless we believe in GOD THE CREATOR

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  3. retire05 says: 53

    @Greg:

    You’re getting a 100% mortality rate only because you’re defining a biological process as a child from the point of fertilization onward. You would have us think that even a zygote is a person. Based on what? Only opinion.

    Yeah, and when a woman takes a pregnancy test and learns she is pregnant, the first thing she tells her husband/friends/family is “Hey, I’m having a zygote.”

    There’s the matter of rape and incest. On top of which, your self-righteous streak is showing.

    The number of abortions performed due to rape/incest, according to the Guttmacher Institute, an arm of Planned Parenthood, is >1%. Got that? Less than one percent of all abortions are due to rape/incest.

    Young people have been known to act impulsively and make errors in judgement.

    And according to you, there should be no lesson learned from that error in judgement, right? Only problem with that line of thinking is that since the left has pushed the “if it feels good, do it” meme, there are those who don’t get a “get out of jail free” card because HIV/AIDs cannot be aborted.

    It’s not your place to demand that they be forced to live with the results. The lives they live are theirs, not yours.

    But it does seem to be my responsibility to pay taxes that fund abortion mills like Planned Parenthood. Why am I expected to pay for those abortions yet the person who made the “error in judgement” has no responisility to reimburse me? That is like saying if you drink too much and tomorrow you have a hangover, you expect me to pay for your aspirin.

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  4. retire05
    It might be out of context to some, but I think the young AMERICAN WOMAN
    ARE BY THEIR AMERICAN ORIGIN compelled to, if pregnant have their babies for another reason,
    that is to continue the AMERICAN GENETIC THREAD, TO BE COUNTERPART TO THE FOREIGNERS,
    COMING HERE TO MAKE A LOT MORE CHILDREN WITH THE BLESSING OF THE GOVERNMENT PAYING THEM AS MUCH AS THE NUMBER OF BABIES MADE UP, WHICH EVENTUALY IS POPULATING ANOTHER
    BREED OF AMERICANS, WHO HAVE NOT DESERVED THE AMERICA, BY NOT PARTICIPATING IN THE
    STRUGGLES AND HAVE NOT GAIN THE ENDURANCE AND GENETIC PATRIOTISME LEND TO THEM BY THEIR ANCESTORS,
    THEY ARE DIFFERENT AND UNATTACH TO AMERICA, THEY HAVE NOT UNDERSTOOD WHAT IS AN AMERICAN AND YET DEMAND RIGHTS FOR THEIR OWN PROFITS,
    WHILE THE AMERICANS ALLOWED IT, BECAUSE THEY ARE AMERICANS REALLY,
    THEY ARE BENEVOLENT AROUND THE OTHER NATIONS, THEY ARE GENEROUS AND SO TOLERANT,
    I say too much, because now they are dying for having been so kind and benevolent,
    they are losing their space which is taken by foreigners, their treasures which are sold cheap
    by the OBAMA LEADERSHIP AIMING AT DISTRIBUTING AMERICA TO FOREIGNERS,
    PIECE BY PIECE,
    YES THE AMERICAN WOMAN HAVE A RESPONSIBILITY TO PROCREATE, TO LEAVE THE GENETIC CODE TO OUTNUMBER THE FOREIGNERS WHO SETTEL IN AND PRODUCE 6 CHILDS IN NO TIME AT ALL
    BECAUSE THEY WORK AT IT WITH INTENT TO HAVE SUPREMACIE OVER THE GENUINE AMERICANS AND ENCOURAGE BY OBAMA WHO IS LEANING TOWARD THEM AT 90 DEGREE TANGENT.

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  5. Greg says: 55

    @Aye, #51:

    A zygote is only a potential person. It lacks everything that we recognize as being a person, except for the genetic code.

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  6. Aye says: 56

    @Greg:

    A zygote is only a potential person. It lacks everything that we recognize as being a person, except for the genetic code.

    And what is the most basic, fundamental thing that makes us human?

    What is the most basic, fundamental thing that separates us from all of the other species?

    That’s right…the genetic code…which you, yourself, have now admitted is present within the zygote.

    Thanks for playing.

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  7. Greg says: 57

    @retire05:

    But it does seem to be my responsibility to pay taxes that fund abortion mills like Planned Parenthood.

    What we’re required to pay for is another topic. So far as that one goes, I’ve noticed that you don’t seem to much want to pay for food stamps or public health care for disadvantaged children, either. The idea of publicly funded contraceptives also rubs you the wrong way. All told, you seem to be more concerned about assuring the continuation of unwanted pregnancies than about taking care of children that actually exist.

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  8. Aye
    wow that is good,
    I never heard of zygote, I was telling myself; what the hell is he talking about
    until he made his last comment.
    and I was getting ready to give him a punch between the eyes,
    and you said it better, thank you.

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  9. Greg says: 59

    @Aye, #56:

    That genetic code is also present in a drop of blood. The code is not the person.

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  10. GREG
    of course, it start in the first instant and never leave you,
    you say the code is not a person,
    but a person need her code to be a person.

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  11. retire05 says: 61

    @Greg:

    What we’re required to pay for is another topic

    Actually, it isn’t. What we pay for should only be those things that provide for national security and the cost of things that are required to make our government functional. Birth control, or any form of it, doesn’t do either.

    So far as that one goes, I’ve noticed that you don’t seem to much want to pay for food stamps or public health care for disadvantaged children, either.

    Ah, the old “it’s for the chill-rens” standard liberal response. But that shows how much you know, which is very little. I have no problem feeding disadvantaged children. It’s their parents I object to feeding. When a woman has no other purpose in life but to be a baby factory for “disadvantaged” children, why should I be responsible to feed her, as well? Let her feed herself. Frankly, I think having children, knowing that you can’t afford to even feed them, should be considered child abuse and a criminal violation.

    The idea of publicly funded contraceptives also rubs you the wrong way.

    You’re right. Why should I have to contribute to the tax base in order to allow you to participate in a free-will action? Where does it say in the Constutition that I am responsible for the actions of others? If you want contraceptives, buy them. Or don’t engage in risky sexual behavior.

    All told, you seem to be more concerned about assuring the continuation of unwanted pregnancies than about taking care of children that actually exist.

    Again, as usual, you are trying to create a diversion from abortion to disadvantaged children. They are not one, and the same. If any woman doesn’t want to get pregnant, there are a number of things she can do without placing the burder of her actions on the rest of the population, or having an abortion. Frankly, women who expect others to pay for their kids is the purest form of greed I can example. You seem to think that rights do not come with responsibility. You think society is responsible for paying for a) abortions or b) disadvantaged children. I think those women should engage in responsible sexual behavior if they don’t want a child.

    a Rayethon Missile Systems Stinger missile and launcher system has a unit price of around $38,000 US. A quick calculation suggests I could write out a check for 8 and have money left over to pick up another using my available credit balance.

    Well, let’s see: Stinger missile, cost $38,000 X’s 8 = $304,000. At the cost of $9.00 per generic perscription for contraceptives, with that money, if you wanted to put your money where your mouth is, you could supply one month’s contraception to almost 33,778 women or to 2,814 women for an entire year. Instead, you would rather the government force me to pay the taxes to supply women with what they should be responsible for themselves.

    Here is a unique idea; for all you liberals who think it is the responsibility of productive adults to furnish others with what they want, simply because they made bad choices in life (drugs, alcohol, unwanted pregnancies, dropping out of school) why don’t YOU pay for them out of your own pocket? It’s not like you’re starving yourself (according to your claim of having at least $304,000.00 in your checking account).

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  12. Greg says: 62

    @retire05, #61:

    Maybe those of us who thought the invasion of Iraq was one of the stupidest foreign policy decisions in the past half century shouldn’t have been required to contribute toward the $811 billion that it has cost to date, or be required to keep paying toward the $3 trillion plus it’s been conservatively estimated that it will ultimately cost.

    Does your logic apply there as well, or does it only apply when some particular item of government spending runs contrary to your own personal opinions?

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  13. Aye says: 63

    @Greg:

    So far, we’ve established that a human zygote is a) alive and b) possesses the human genetic code.

    Both of those things are irrefutable.

    It’s really unclear why you continue persist in your efforts on this particular topic. You’re only making a fool of yourself.

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  14. Aye says: 64

    @Greg:

    Maybe those of us who thought the invasion of Iraq was one of the stupidest foreign policy decisions in the past half century shouldn’t have been required to contribute toward the $811 billion that it has cost to date, or be required to keep paying toward the $3 trillion plus it’s been conservatively estimated that it will ultimately cost.

    National defense is one of the powers given to the federal gov’t via the US Constitution.

    You won’t find a power in the US Constitution which provides for the provision/distribution of birth control or abortion services.

    Thus, your point is moot.

    Next question.

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  15. Greg says: 65

    I think which view makes the most sense might be a matter of opinion. I’ll let each woman make that decision for herself, since it involves one of the most personal issues imaginable.

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  16. Aye says: 66

    @Greg:

    I’ll let each woman make that decision for herself

    Unless the decision in question is which weapon to select right? In that case, you’ll limit that woman’s decision making power to whatever some third party decides she may or may not need.

    Consistency. For Greg, it’s consistently and pervasively elusive.

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  17. GREG
    SO YOU EXPECTED TO DO LIKE OBAMA DID ON 9/11/12 NOTHING WITH 4 DEAD AMERICANS,
    PRESIDENT BUSH HAD THE FIRST 9/11 WITH 6 THOUSANDS DEADS,
    DID YOU EXPECT HIM TO HIDE UNDER THE TABLE AND NOT DOING NOTHING?
    WELL IT’S JUST HAPPEN THAT THE HISTORY OF THE USA IS THAT NO ONE GET AWAY WITH ATTACKING THE USA, HE WAS VERY MILD MANNER THE WAY HE DID IT, HE RESTRAINED HIMSELF,
    BECAUSE THIS TERRORIST ATTACK IN A PREVIOUS PRESIDENCY WOULD HAVE BEEN FIX BY EXTERMINATION COMPLETELY WIPING THEM FROM THE MAP,
    AND TODAY PEACE WOULD HAVE HAPPENED, WHAT A WASTE OF TIME ,
    BUT HE MADE A POINT CLEAR EVEN IF HE DID NOT FOLLOW THE PRVIOUS RULE OF ENGAGING
    WITH THE TERRORISTS,
    NOW THEY HAVE BEEN INVITED IN THE WHITE HOUSE AND LIVE IN AMERICA
    CHECK YOUR NEIGHBORS, ALL THE TIME,

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