Thursday, December 10, 2015

Planned Parenthood Shooter: “You’ll Never Know The Amount Of Blood I Saw In That Place"

Today, Christian terrorist, Robert Lewis Dear, was formally charged for his rampage last month at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The court leveled 179 counts at Dear which including numerous charges of first-degree murder for his killing of three people, including a police officer, at the clinic.

Dear is being represented by Daniel King who represented Colorado theater shooter James Holmes.

During the hour-long hearing Dear repeatedly disrupted the proceedings admitting his guilt and referring to himself as a "warrior" for babies.

Dear yelled out…

"I'm guilty, there will be no trial. I'm a warrior for the babies"

"Protect the babies!"

“You’ll never know the amount of blood I saw in that place"

"Seal the truth, huh? Kill the babies. That's what Planned Parenthood does" 

"Do you know who this lawyer is? (Dear then exclaimed of King) He's the lawyer for the Batman shooter. Who drugged him all up. And that's what they want to do to me."


At another point, as King discussed his Dear’s mental state with the judge, Dear proclaimed, “I’m competent,” and said he wouldn’t “agree to mental health evaluations” for fear they’d “put me on psychotropic drugs [that would make me] talk like the Batman guy.

Later, he accused his attorneys of being in "cahoots" with Planned Parenthood to "shut me up."

It is quite apparent that not only does Dear believe he is justified in his murder of the three innocent people and the wounding of nine others he clearly believes he is a hero and a martyr who should be lauded for his deeds.

Robert Lewis Dear is a domestic terrorist. A Christian jihadist. Plain and simple. He is as radicalized as both Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik, who killed 14 in San Bernardino last week.

I guarantee you won't hear much about that on the network news these days and you certainly won't hear anyone calling for the shutdown of Christian churches or the need for a Christian database. 

In a final thumb in the eye to the victims the Colorado Springs police have refused to discuss any potential motive they believe Dear might have had.

Yeah, it’s a real mystery.

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