Tuesday Motes, Second Thoughts

Not in the narrative: Much has been made about the “white supremacists” that damaged the power stations in Washington state, but how much have we heard about the Las Vegas attack. Mohammad Mesmarian, 34, rammed his car through the gate of a solar power generation plant outside Las Vegas on Wednesday and set his car on fire, intending to damage a massive transformer. “Employees at the plant said they found a car smoldering in a generator pit,” a news source said, adding the Mega Solar Array facility provides power to 13 properties on the Las Vegas Strip, all belonging to MGM Resorts. Investigators believe Mesmarian “siphoned gasoline from his car to put on wires at the transformer,” 8 News Now said, citing documents from investigators. Move along, nothing to see here.

It took 15 votes to elect a Speaker of the House. It’s a lot harder to get the wanted outcome when you can’t count late votes, mail in ballots, and all the voters are verified.

Opinion: An armed masked robber who stormed a Texas taqueria demanding money was stopped by a patron who pulled his own gun, fatally shot the suspect, and handed the cash back to shaken diners, police said. Witnesses told officers that the suspect had barged into the restaurant and pointed a pistol at diners demanding their money. As he was collecting the money, one of the patrons, described as a white or Hispanic male, “produced a gun of his own and shot the suspect multiple times,” police said. A lot is being made of the fact the “patron” did not announce his weapon, made no demand that the robber surrender, and continued shooting even though the robber might have been down. Sorry, you come enter a location , brandish a weapon, and begin to take belongings by force and fear, you should receive NO considerations. NONE. You’ve already shown no concern about your victims. To me, you are bought and paid for.

The same here: The same goes for former ISIS bride is requesting that the United States allow her to return to her home state of Alabama from a Syrian refugee camp.” You made your choice, now you need to live with it.” I have no sympathy for her at all. Again I feel bad the schools no longer require “The Man Without A Country” is no longer taught.

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