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United States President Donald Trump thanks Rabbi Benjamin Sendrow after he invited Sendrow and a local pastor to say prayers in light of the morning's synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh, during his speech at the annual Future Farmers of America Convention and Expo at Banker's Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018.The President has all the more reason, today, to double down and proclaim America a land of “Ballots not Bullets / Ballots not Bioweapons / Ballots not Bombs.”

The monster who murdered Jews in their place of worship, at a baby-naming ceremony, shares in the deep hatred of President Trump. The murderer hates this President because Trump celebrates keeping his word, moving our embassy to Jerusalem, and preaches at every event:

We will never give up. We will never give in. We will never, ever back down and we will never, ever surrender.

Because we are Americans and our hearts bleed red, white, and blue.

We are one people. We are one family. And we are one glorious nation under God.

You cannot search on “Trump” and “Jewish” without opening a sewer of ancient hatred, with Trump portrayed as a puppet. Some of the monster’s screeds were captured by Robby Starbuck before they could be scrubbed from visible social media space:

The President returns the monster’s hate, with righteous interest: (starts at 14:30). (The transcript is in all caps.)

YOU WON’T THINK THIS WOULD BE POSSIBLE IN THIS DAY AND AGE, BUT WE JUST DON’T SEEM TO LEARN FROM THE PAST. OUR MINDS CAN’T COMPREHEND THE CRUEL HATE AND TWISTED MALICE THAT COULD CAUSE A PERSON TO UNLEASH SUCH TERRIBLE VIOLENCE DURING A BABY NAMING CEREMONY. THIS WAS A BABY NAMING CEREMONY AT A SACRED HOUSE OF WORSHIP ON THE HOLLY DAY — ON AN HOLY DAY. ANTI-SEMITISM AND THE WIDE SPREAD PERSECUTION OF JEWS REPRESENTS ONE OF THE UGLIEST AND — UGLIEST AND DARK — THIS MUST BE CONDEMNED AND CONFRONTED EVERYWHERE AND ANYWHERE IT APPEARS.

He delivered this professionally-written portion stiffly, almost flatly. Transitioning to his prepared FFA remarks, the President extemporaneously circled back, demanding the death penalty, in the midst of his compliments to the FFA members. President Trump then brought out a rabbi and pastor to pray. The pastor did a fair job, but the rabbi nailed it: this mass-murder is not crazy, it is evil. The well-mannered young people of the FFA responded appropriately.

It has been my impression that President Trump, with his young grandchildren, has a particularly visceral respond to threats against small children. The mass-murderer stormed into a synagogue because that was where he could kill as many Jews as possible, and he happened to shoot up a congregation as they celebrated the naming of a baby. I think President Trump’s military and law enforcement leaders have to restrain his desired actions on such occasions.

The President will surely revisit and amplify his thoughts and feelings on this instance of evil during the MAGA event in Indiana. I will follow up when I can view the C-SPAN recording of the MAGA event in Indiana.

President Trump wants the killer dead, soon, all nice and legal. With Scott Johnson, “President Trump speaks for me.John Hinderaker, after pointing out the frustrating tangle the left-wing legal community has placed in the way of effective death penalty enforcement, walks up to the edge of advocating police street justice:

What I don’t understand is, why is Robert Bowers still alive? He killed eleven people and engaged in a shootout with police officers, wounding four of them. He obviously was using deadly force, and the police were fully justified in applying deadly force in response. If they had simply kept firing until there was zero chance of his remaining a danger, we wouldn’t have to worry about a criminal prosecution, and Bowers wouldn’t be given a megaphone to make his twisted views public for years to come.

The President can’t say that. He can, and will, use the bully pulpit to demand swift and final justice for murder victims and their families. He can, and does, use the bully pulpit to draw bright lines between Americanism and all forms of hatred.

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  1. Bo Grimes Coolidge

    Meanwhile, the Left, including this reporter for the Guardian, refuse to acknowledge any hateful rhetoric among their own:

    • #1
    • October 27, 2018, at 5:07 PM PDT
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  2. RightAngles Member

    I saw the president’s remarks. My friend, watching with me, said they should just have an instant death penalty for these people. Just have a firing squad that afternoon. 

    People are sick and tired of all the delays and the 10 years of appeals. They’re sick of hearing that he’s crazy or that his parents never got him a pony.

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    • October 27, 2018, at 5:26 PM PDT
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  3. 9thDistrictNeighbor Member

    RightAngles (View Comment):
    …the 10 years of appeals….

    It is hard to find current statistics , but what I could find tends more towards 20 years on death row. 

    • #3
    • October 27, 2018, at 6:10 PM PDT
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  4. Randy Webster Member

    Clifford A. Brown: What I don’t understand is, why is Robert Bowers still alive? He killed eleven people and engaged in a shootout with police officers, wounding four of them. He obviously was using deadly force, and the police were fully justified in applying deadly force in response. If they had simply kept firing until there was zero chance of his remaining a danger, we wouldn’t have to worry about a criminal prosecution, and Bowers wouldn’t be given a megaphone to make his twisted views public for years to come.

    It’s hard to believe the cops are that inept.

    • #4
    • October 27, 2018, at 6:40 PM PDT
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  5. Goldwaterwoman Thatcher

    I am sick at heart for the families of the innocent who were there only to worship God. 

    • #5
    • October 27, 2018, at 6:40 PM PDT
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  6. Randy Webster Member

    Does the red yarmulke have any significance?

    • #6
    • October 27, 2018, at 6:50 PM PDT
    • 2 likes
  7. Kay of MT Member

    Randy Webster (View Comment):

    Does the red yarmulke have any significance?

    No. He may have liked the color, more likely, a daughter or granddaughter made it for him.

    • #7
    • October 27, 2018, at 9:55 PM PDT
    • 6 likes
  8. RushBabe49 Thatcher

    And this sitting President has had numerous threats against his OWN children.

    • #8
    • October 27, 2018, at 10:29 PM PDT
    • 9 likes
  9. blood thirsty neocon Inactive

    Receiving all of the blame for this will not sit well with the right.

    • #9
    • October 28, 2018, at 6:05 AM PDT
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  10. KentForrester Moderator

    The legal barriers the Left has put up before a person can be executed are sickening.

    I would like to see a cold-blooded killer executed on the first anniversary of the court’s decision. That gives the defense a full year to make their case. 

    And it matters little to me how he is executed: firing squad, electric chair, gas chamber, chemical ingestion — whatever. But the killer doesn’t get to choose his method — unless he gave his victim a choice. Only then can the killer can choose the way he will die. Otherwise, the state chooses. 

    The ridiculous number of appeals and length of time before execution has a terrible effect: It undermines our respect for the law.

    I have concluded that the law is an ass. I’m probably not alone. 

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    • October 28, 2018, at 8:09 AM PDT
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  11. Max Ledoux Admin

    RightAngles (View Comment):

    I saw the president’s remarks. My friend, watching with me, said they should just have an instant death penalty for these people. Just have a firing squad that afternoon.

    So like how Che did it?

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    • October 28, 2018, at 8:29 AM PDT
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  12. Doug Watt Moderator

    I don’t think that you would want to live in a society where the police simply execute people. Some people do not survive police shootings, and some do. You keep shooting until someone is no longer a threat, if they survive then it’s up to the court. if they don’t survive then you could say they got what they deserved.

    You are taught to aim for center mass, the easiest part of the target to hit. That reduces the chance of throwing out rounds that might hit innocent bystanders. It’s highly unlikely that someone will survive multiple center mass hits, but sometimes they do.

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    • October 28, 2018, at 8:57 AM PDT
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  13. She Reagan
    She Joined in the first year of Ricochet Ricochet Charter Member

    RightAngles (View Comment):

    I saw the president’s remarks. My friend, watching with me, said they should just have an instant death penalty for these people. Just have a firing squad that afternoon.

    People are sick and tired of all the delays and the 10 years of appeals. They’re sick of hearing that he’s crazy or that his parents never got him a pony.

    Can’t deny that I’d find it fitting if he’d not survived the altercation with the police. But here we are, and “due process” is the order of the day. Because “that’s who we are” (ugh).

    My poster child for my discomfort with this, is my former employee. I fired him, while scared out of my wits, in the presence of my co-manager, “retired” USMC (and someone I’d trust with my life). At the same time, my other fellow manager (also “retired” USMC and good in a fight) stood outside the door, hospital security waited in the building lobby, and the Washington, PA police were lined up outside the front door. Fortunately he went quietly, although I checked my back for weeks going to and from work, and in and out of the building. It was a truly frightening time in my life.

    Eighteen months after I fired him, he murdered his wife, his wife’s sister, his father-in-law, and his three year old niece. On September 11 of all things. But of 1999. His name is Nawaz Ahmed. He’s a Pakistani. He was apprehended at the last minute, at La Guardia airport, attempting to leave the US to return to Pakistan with his two young sons.

    Nineteen years, untold rejected appeals, and hundreds of thousands of dollars in taxpayer-funded medical bills later, he’s still on death row in Ohio.

    There must be a better solution. I don’t know what it is, but there must be a better one. 

    • #13
    • October 28, 2018, at 9:06 AM PDT
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  14. Judge Mental Member

    It doesn’t always take forever. I lived in Dallas for about seven years, with a six month break in the middle. Almost the first night I was in town, there was a multiple murder during a robbery. The guy was executed just before I moved out of town.

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    • October 28, 2018, at 9:14 AM PDT
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  15. RightAngles Member

    Max Ledoux (View Comment):

    RightAngles (View Comment):

    I saw the president’s remarks. My friend, watching with me, said they should just have an instant death penalty for these people. Just have a firing squad that afternoon.

    So like how Che did it?

    Ha good point. I hope people don’t get so fed up that they’d see nothing wrong with that. I certainly am aware that there have been innocent people convicted of murder, and that gives one pause regarding the death penalty. But in cases such as Susan Smith, the woman who murdered her two little sons because the man she was dating didn’t want kids, and there was no doubt as to her guilt, I don’t see why the death penalty wasn’t imposed. And when they didn’t give it to her, it made me wonder why it’s even on the books.

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    • October 28, 2018, at 9:53 AM PDT
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  16. RightAngles Member

    Judge Mental (View Comment):

    It doesn’t always take forever. I lived in Dallas for about seven years, with a six month break in the middle. Almost the first night I was in town, there was a multiple murder during a robbery. The guy was executed just before I moved out of town.

    Don’t mess with Texas!

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    • October 28, 2018, at 9:54 AM PDT
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  17. KentForrester Moderator

    RightAngles (View Comment):

    Judge Mental (View Comment):

    It doesn’t always take forever. I lived in Dallas for about seven years, with a six month break in the middle. Almost the first night I was in town, there was a multiple murder during a robbery. The guy was executed just before I moved out of town.

    Don’t mess with Texas!

    Seven years is six years too long. In my view, one year is about right.

    • #17
    • October 28, 2018, at 9:59 AM PDT
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  18. Roberto, Crusty Old Timer LLC Member
    Roberto, Crusty Old Timer LLC Joined in the first year of Ricochet Ricochet Charter Member

    It’s not all horror out there. 

     

     

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    • October 28, 2018, at 12:55 PM PDT
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  19. OccupantCDN Coolidge

    How are Americans ever going to ‘come together’ if the first thing a political party sees when it sees dead Americans is a partisan cudgel?

    http://thefederalist.com/2018/10/28/the-lefts-response-to-the-mass-shooting-of-jews-is-an-act-of-bad-faith/

    I have to wonder, can this crime be federalized? Could this be classified as terror/hate crime, and he end up in a federal super-max where his access to media be severely restricted. (until execution).

     

     

     

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    • October 28, 2018, at 4:30 PM PDT
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  20. The Reticulator Member

    OccupantCDN (View Comment):

    How are Americans ever going to ‘come together’ if the first thing a political party sees when it sees dead Americans is a partisan cudgel?

    http://thefederalist.com/2018/10/28/the-lefts-response-to-the-mass-shooting-of-jews-is-an-act-of-bad-faith/

    Good article. Thanks for the link.

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    • October 28, 2018, at 5:13 PM PDT
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  21. Clifford A. Brown Contributor
    Clifford A. Brown

    I’ve gone on C-SPAN and created the relevant clip from the Illinois MAGA Event:

    President Trump Calls for “Destruction” of Anti-Semites, Death Penalty for “crimes like these.”

    Please view this clip, as it will drive it past the anti-Trump user generated clips cluttering the C-SPAN page. This is another battleground the left has recognized and moved to dominate, simply by spending the time to make user clips from the neutral C-SPAN full videos, slapping slanted titles and descriptions on the user-generated clips: 

    Kudos to Scott Johnson, of PowerLine, who generated a transcript of the relevant portion, in “Trump speaks for me (2).” 

    Through the centuries the Jews have endured terrible persecution. And you know that. We’ve all read it. We’ve studied it. They’ve gone through a lot. And those seeking their destruction — we will seek their destruction.

    Now that is an admirable and admirably Trumpian statement. These are not empty words. He has backed up his words with deeds several times over in the policies of his administration.

    I believed President would, go further at the rally, than he did earlier in the day before the young people of the FFA. Boy, did he! The title of this OP was fully justified [emphasis added to show POTUS inflection]:

    …those seeking [the Jews] destruction — we will seek their destruction! 

    Now when you have crimes like this, whether it is this one, or another one, or another group, we have to bring back the death penalty. They have to pay—the ultimate price. They have to pay the ultimate price. They can’t do this. They can’t do this to our country.

    We must draw a line in the sand, and say very strongly: “Never Again.” 

    Tonight, everyone in this arena, and every citizen across the land, sends our prayers to the victims and their families. We all do. 

    We also send our gratitude to the law enforcement officers, who were incredible. And who risked their lives, and who sustained very, very serious injuries, during this horrible attack. We salute the heroes of American law enforcement. We always do, we always do. We know how much we appreciate them, and yet they are under-appreciated.

    They have done such an incredible job, for so long, and it is a tough job. We see it now, we see it now, maybe more than we’ve ever seen it before. And this is the time to renew the bonds of love and loyalty that hold us all together as Americans. 

    These bonds have always sustained our nation, in its hour of need. You know that, everybody here knows that. And they are always more powerful, than the forces of hatred and division, anger and evil.

    In America, we love our families, we love our neighbors, and we protect our community. We, we trust in God. We protect the freedom of worship. And we believe in the power of prayer

    We defend our Constitution. We defend our heritage, and we rally around our great American flag, like nobody does. All of us here tonight, are united by these same American values. And we are all fighting to defend these values this election.

    This election is a very, very important election.

    You must watch President Trump’s body language. Nothing subtle here. I will expand on the rally in a separate post.

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    • October 28, 2018, at 5:46 PM PDT
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  22. Clifford A. Brown Contributor
    Clifford A. Brown

    OccupantCDN (View Comment):

    How are Americans ever going to ‘come together’ if the first thing a political party sees when it sees dead Americans is a partisan cudgel?

    http://thefederalist.com/2018/10/28/the-lefts-response-to-the-mass-shooting-of-jews-is-an-act-of-bad-faith/

    I have to wonder, can this crime be federalized? Could this be classified as terror/hate crime, and he end up in a federal super-max where his access to media be severely restricted. (until execution).

    We should not federalize crimes. We have far too many already. The point is to squeeze those states without the death penalty to bring it back, and to reverse the leftist lawfare, abetted by too many life-tenure black-robed political activists.

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    • October 28, 2018, at 5:53 PM PDT
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  23. OccupantCDN Coolidge

    Clifford A. Brown (View Comment):

    OccupantCDN (View Comment):

    How are Americans ever going to ‘come together’ if the first thing a political party sees when it sees dead Americans is a partisan cudgel?

    http://thefederalist.com/2018/10/28/the-lefts-response-to-the-mass-shooting-of-jews-is-an-act-of-bad-faith/

    I have to wonder, can this crime be federalized? Could this be classified as terror/hate crime, and he end up in a federal super-max where his access to media be severely restricted. (until execution).

    We should not federalize crimes. We have far too many already. The point is to squeeze those states without the death penalty to bring it back, and to reverse the leftist lawfare, abetted by too many life-tenure black-robed political activists.

    I agree. At least if you get in up front, it doesn’t feel as sleazy. To me these deaths are the quintessential case for hate crime charges. If it can’t be applied here, it should be repealed.

    (I hated the way the Obama administration went after cops, after a jury found them not guilty. (specifically thinking of the Brown shooting, here) made me question the DOJ’s commitment to due process, and double jeopardy)

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    • October 28, 2018, at 6:00 PM PDT
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  24. Clifford A. Brown Contributor
    Clifford A. Brown

    Clifford A. Brown (View Comment):

     

    You must watch President Trump’s body language. Nothing subtle here. I will expand on the rally in a separate post.

    As promised: President Trump: “We will seek [the] destruction [of those who would destroy the Jews].”

    • #24
    • October 29, 2018, at 2:03 AM PDT
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