As unanswered questions and controversy mount over the shooting outside a Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco, Texas, there is a growing movement by motorcycle riders to protest what they see as troubling overreach by the authorities.
With devastating floods ravaging counties across Texas, the establishment Left isn’t waiting for rescue workers to finish cleaning up the mess before they declare the culprit: climate change deniers. Let’s look at some Texas history to see if 2015’s extreme weather is a sure sign climate change deniers are leading us to towards a disaster movie ending.
Despite the characterization by police that the afternoon gathering at a Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco, Texas that led to Sunday’s bloody shooting incident was a gathering of criminal biker gangs with violent intent, the meeting appears to have been a legitimate, organized gathering of motorcycle riders meeting to discuss political issues.
After Sunday’s deadly events in Waco related to outlaw biker gangs, exclusive research by Breitbart Texas shows that the Facebook pages of self-proclaimed members of the Cossacks Motorcycle Club were filled with images designed to taunt members of the rival Bandidos club that has dominated Texas for years. Additionally, the Cossacks social media accounts indicate that the group has been strengthening their Texas ranks with what they identify as “transfers,” or bikers brought in from other states to bolster the gang’s numbers.
A website widely read by bikers called “The Aging Rebel” has published an alternative account of what happened during Sunday’s bloody shootout in Waco, Texas. The article titled The Waco Police Massacre brings out a number of details not previously published and also presents the controversial theory that event was essentially a police ambush.
Just two months before the deadly gang war broke out in Waco on Sunday, another Texas “breastaurant” was forced to apologize after being shamed on social media for kicking out a patron that they thought was gang-affiliated because of his tattooed face.
In the Obama era of angry political correctness, the Twin Peaks restaurant chain is a perfect media target.
Black Lives Matter activists on Twitter wasted absolutely no time trying to twist Sunday’s Waco, Texas gun battle between biker gang members into a story that fits their narrative of perpetual, systematic racism against black Americans.
The national media has been quiet about the multiple murder allegations against this Muslim family, in a week filled with accusations of “hate speech” aimed at Pamela Geller, after two Muslim terrorists tried to gun her down in Garland, Texas.
George Zimmerman was shot at and injured Monday morning in Lake Mary, Florida. WFTV reporter Karla Ray tweeted that “inside sources say #Zimmerman injuries may only be from glass- shot was fired through passenger window.”
Seymour Hersh, the Pulitzer Prize winning left-wing investigative journalist, is accusing Pres. Obama of lying about the raid that killed al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden in a 10,000 word piece on the London Review of Books.
With the story out that Democrat presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton is actively courting big money for her super PAC, Priorities USA Action is resorting to a familiar boogeyman: the Citizens United decision on campaign finance, which liberals have railed against non-stop as a menace to democracy.
Just as Martin O’Malley, Baltimore’s Democrat ex-mayor, prepares to announce a run for the White house, he faces devastating and detailed criticism for his role in creating the mess in Baltimore from a noted expert on the city: David Simon, reporter, author, and creator of the seminal HBO crime drama The Wire.
PolitiFact gave CNN’s Chris Cuomo their worst possible grade–False–on his knowledge of the First Amendment for comments he made about Pam Geller, hate speech and free speech.
The Iman of the Phoenix, Arizona, mosque attended by Texas terror shooter Elton Simpson gathered members years ago to warn them about a potential danger in their midst–but it was not Simpson he warned them about. According to a recent New York Times article, the Iman warned others in the mosque that he was concerned that an FBI informant had infiltrated the Islamic Community Center of Phoenix.
Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton told Breitbart News that Minnesota Democrat congressman Keith Ellison “has a clear record of obstruction and complaint about every sensible law enforcement effort in the war on terror.”
An Islamist radical recruited to Somalia from Minneapolis inspired the would-be “Texas Terror” killers, who were gunned down in Garland, Texas Sunday night by a sharp-shooting law enforcement officer before they could carry out their mass-murder plot at an art exhibit sponsored by First Amendment heroine Pamela Geller.
If more Americans had the guts of Pamela Geller, every city in our country would be holding their own Mohammed Art contest next weekend.
The coverage of the Sunday night’s Texas terror attack on liberal website DailyKos demonstrates how modern progressives are willing to tie themselves in ideological knots to excuse Islamist violence – even a wanton shooting that injured a police officer and left the two assailants dead.
Almost immediately after two men armed with AK-47s tried to shoot up Islamist awareness activist Pamela Geller’s Mohammed art exhibit, widely-respected left-wing Salon and Alternet columnist and Islamic apologist Ziad Jilani used Twitter to blame the shooting on “anti-Muslim bigots.”
After Sunday night’s Texas terror Attack in the city of Garland, Mayor Douglas Athas sought to distance his city from the horror wrought by two gunmen, while another Dallas-area mayor boldly spoke out in support of police.
Soon after the apparent terrorist attack on Pam Geller’s “Draw Mohammed” art contest in Garland, Texas – which left one police officer wounded, and the two suspected terrorists dead – a now-suspended Twitter account under the user name @AbuHussainAlBritani posted several Tweets supportive of the shooting.