The latest bout of domestic terrorism has left the Breitbart staff in something of a frenzy. They’re ripping off their shirts and checking up and down for bullet holes. And the few who aren’t arguing that the scar they got in an episode of Battlestar Galactica: Mom’s Garage should count are falling to their knees and crying out “THERE BUT FOR THE GRACE OF GOD…”
In one of several consecutive Facebook posts, Carson urges his millions of followers to change their Facebook photograph to an image of a hashtag: #IAmAChristian. The other Facebook photograph shows Carson holding up a piece of paper with the words “I am a Christian” written on it.
“Please consider changing your profile picture to honor the victims and their families,” Carson writes under the one with the hashtag photograph.
There are so few Christians in this country, you understand. They’re constantly being singled out for President, or porn star, or CEO. Or Oklahoma City Bomber.
A third post gives a more detailed message from Dr. Carson explaining his thought process behind the slogan:
Today, many of your questions were in regards to the sorrowful event that took so many precious lives in Oregon yesterday. We don’t have all the details yet, but as time passes more are coming out. Millions of people are posting pictures of themselves declaring they are Christians in support of the victims and their families.
Millions of people are now proudly exclaiming #IAmAChristian before/since I posted this. Won’t you acknowledge my Twitter/leadership? How ’bout this sign my intern made? You, dear reader, are getting sleepy SLEEEEEPY. Ben Carson is a crafty crazy person. Hey ISIS, look out.
SHOCK: LA Times Labels Black Oregon Shooter as White Supremacist!!!
The Los Angeles Times has labeled the Oregon shooter as having “white supremacist leanings” even though the shooter was black… Quoting an alleged anonymous source in law enforcement, the paper wrote, “A federal law enforcement source familiar with the investigation said, though, that authorities had obtained some of Harper-Mercer’s writings, as well as a note he left behind, suggesting that he supported white-supremacist causes and opposed organized religion.”
SHOCK. Breitbart can’t quite bring themselves to believe this ‘White Supremacist’ label. As if it were some sort of threat, or insult. As if some fatmouth liberal asshole were talking about one of their own. That’s pretty much everything you need to know.