Boulder Colorado Active Shooter…False Flag “Bad Crises Acting”
March 23, 2021
A gunman has killed 10 people, including a police officer, following an hours-long stand-off at a grocery market in the US state of Colorado.
The attack in Boulder ended with police detaining an injured suspect at the King Soopers market. The shooting was live-streamed by witnesses and broadcast on YouTube.
Do you really trust anything that the government, law enforcement or the media says?
The resurgence of mass shootings is not a coincidence!
It’s not a coincidence that as the democrats push for sweeping gun bans that the mass shootings are happening once again.
Boulder, Colorado mass shooting suspect known to FBI: report
Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, a 21-year-old from the Denver suburb of Arvada, was linked to another individual under investigation by the bureau, The New York Times reported Tuesday, citing law enforcement officials. No further details were reported.
Biden calls for a ban on “assault weapons” and “high-capacity magazines”
Biden Administration Urges Supreme Court To Let Cops Enter Homes And Seize Guns Without A Warrant
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday will hear oral argument in Caniglia v. Strom, a case that could have sweeping consequences for policing, due process, and mental health, with the Biden Administration and attorneys general from nine states urging the High Court to uphold warrantless gun confiscation. But what would ultimately become a major Fourth Amendment case began with an elderly couple’s spat over a coffee mug.
In August 2015, 68-year-old Edward Caniglia joked to Kim, his wife of 22 years, that he didn’t use a certain coffee mug after his brother-in-law had used it because he “might catch a case of dishonesty.” That quip quickly spiraled into an hour-long argument. Growing exhausted from the bickering, Edward stormed into his bedroom, grabbed an unloaded handgun, and put it on the kitchen table in front of his wife. With a flair for the dramatic, he then asked: “Why don’t you just shoot me and get me out of my misery?”
White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Tuesday afternoon that President Joe Biden is considering “executive action” on gun control, effectively bypassing Congress to push an anti-gun rights agenda.
Speaking at her daily press conference, Psaki said Biden was considering a “range of options” but that the use of an executive order was not off the table.
“We are considering a range of levers, including working through legislation, including executive action,” Psaki said. “That has been under discussion and will continue to be under discussion.”
Psaki added that, as Vice President under then-president Barack Obama, Biden was tasked with researching whether and how a White House executive order could be used to curb gun rights.
“He as vice president was leading the effort on determining executive actions that could be taken on gun safety measures, it’s something that he has worked on, he’s passionate about, he feels personally connected to. But there’s an ongoing process and I think we feel we have to work on multiple channels at the same time,” she said.