Tag: Orlando Terror Attack

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Breitbart Reporters Interviewed at Immigration Meeting in Washington, D.C.

Breitbart Texas team members travelled to the nation’s capital for an immigration briefing hosted by the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS). Following a reception featuring Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL), three Breitbart journalists agreed to an interview with Peter “DaTechGuy” Ingemi at The National Press Club.

LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 13: A defiant fist is raised at a vigil for the worst mass shooing in United States history on June 13, 2016 in Los Angeles, United States. A gunman killed 49 people and wounded 53 others at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida early yesterday …

Orlando Gay Conservative Speaks Out About Democrats’ Hypocrisy

ORLANDO, FLORIDA — Breitbart News’ tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos isn’t the only gay conservative speaking out about the Democrats’ politicization of the recent jihadist attack on Pulse Nightclub that left at least 49 dead.


Breitbart News Sunday: Special Report On Orlando Terror Attack

On Breitbart News Saturday, Washington Political Editor Matthew Boyle and a series of high-profile national security experts will provide the first in-depth look media-wide at what happened in Orlando—and more importantly, why.

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Obama’s FBI Shrugs off Mateen, But Red Flags Were Everywhere

The battle to control the Omar Mateen storyline rages on, as the Obama Administration seeks to portray him as a force of nature – an utterly undetectable, “self-radicalized,” “lone wolf” who was hermetically sealed from the world of Islamic radicalism.

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Fox News Should Focus on Keeping Terrorists from Guns, Not the Other Way Around

Fox News personalities Gretchen Carlson and Bill O’Reilly have chosen to respond to the Orlando terror attack by focusing on guns. They are fighting to keep guns away from terrorists — an approach that can only result in more gun laws for law-abiding citizens — instead of fighting to keep terrorists away from guns.

Pakistani civil society activists carry placards during a vigil for the victims of the Orlando shooting in Florida, in Lahore on June 14, 2016. The assault, which left 50 people dead including the shooter, is the worst mass shooting in modern US history, and has triggered an outpouring of grief …

Pakistanis Defy Taliban, Organize Vigils for Orlando Terror Victims

Some Pakistanis gathered for vigils to remember and honor the victims of the recent terrorist attack on a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, defying Taliban militants and other jihadists in their country who revile the LGBT community as abhorrent to Islam.


After the Orlando Attack, Democrats Rally While GOP Splits

It will take some time for the aftershocks of the Orlando massacre to fully play out, but at the moment it looks as if the massacre of 49 gay people by a possibly gay– but certainly a registered Democrat — jihadi is bringing Democrats together, while driving an already splintered GOP further apart.

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Islamic State Takes Victory Lap After Orlando, French Police Murders

CNN describes the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) and its sympathizers as riding a euphoric “wave” of propaganda after the Orlando massacre and the brutal murder of a French police officer and his girlfriend. ISIS is touting these attacks as victories, while Western analysts portray the terror state as desperate for a morale boost after a series of battlefield reversals.

A woman casts a shadow while visiting a makeshift memorial downtown to the victims of the Pulse nightclub mass shooting Thursday, June 16, 2016, in Orlando, Fla. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

Omar Mateen Raged Against ‘Filthy Ways of the West’

While his victims texted heartbreaking last words to loved ones from the blood-drenched floors of packed bathrooms, Omar Mateen apparently turned to social media to measure the viral shockwaves his attack on a gay nightclub had generated.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump waves during a campaign rally at the Macon Centreplex, Monday, Nov. 30, 2015, in Macon, Ga. (AP Photo/Branden Camp)

Trumpism Is Winning — Now We’ll Have to See About Donald Trump Himself

A new poll makes clear: Donald Trump can win this election if he keeps hammering on the anvil. That is, hammering with the same hammer, on the same anvil, for the next five months. The anvil, of course, is the basic issue of homeland security, and the hammer is the action needed to keep the country safe.

ATLANTA, GA - JUNE 15: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump walks on stage after signing autographs during a campaign stop at The Fox Theatre on June 15, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia. Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton continue to speak out on national security and immigration issues in the …

Pamela Geller: Trump Is Right, and He Must Win

The post-jihad denial that we see in the wake of every Islamic attack since 9/11 has made possible the wild successes of Islamic groups that are waging jihad in the cause of Islam.


Hacker Uploads Gay Porn to Islamic State Twitter Accounts

A hacker took control of Twitter accounts belonging to supporters of the Islamic State and replaced terrorism-related content with gay pride images and pornography, and an excerpt proclaiming, “I’m Gay and Proud.”

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Dear Democrats: The Second Amendment Is ‘Who We Are As Americans’

Democrats love to claim that ideas they disagree with are violations of the basic American character — and simultaneously to declare that skeptical questioning of their motivations amounts to an intolerable “questioning of their patriotism.”

Law enforcement officials continue to investigate the Pulse gay nightclub where Omar Mateen killed 49 people on June 15, 2016 in Orlando, Florida. The mass shooting killed 49 people and injuring 53 others in what is the deadliest mass shooting in the country's history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Niger Innis: After Orlando ‘Congress Needs to Declare War’ on ISIS

In the wake of the terrorist attack in Orlando, Niger Innis, the Chairman of Tea Party Forward, told Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Stephen K. Bannon: “I think Congress has some responsibility here. I think those of us that are very, very concerned about the rule of law and having our Bill of Rights curtailed, any of our Bill of Rights, not just the First Amendment but the Second Amendment as well. I think Congress needs to declare war, define the parameters of what that’s going to be and that will give those of us that have concerns about the Bill of Rights, the guidelines and the rules, if you will, to protect them.”