February 25, 2017
After months and months and months of searching for the “Great White Hate Criminal” to pin on Donald Trump, the New York Times believes they have finally found their man.
The SPLC has claimed that trillions of hate crimes have taken place in response to the Trump phenomenon, yet all of them have been hoaxes.
Now, a pissed off old white guy has shot two Indians – one fatally – at a bar in Kansas.
Will this be the end of Trump’s campaign?
“The Jameson guys,” as some on the staff at Austins Bar and Grill knew the pair, were on the patio on Wednesday evening. It was hardly unusual: Srinivas Kuchibhotla and Alok Madasani, two immigrants from India, often enjoyed an after-work whiskey at the bar they had adopted as a hangout.
Adam W. Purinton was also there, tossing ethnic slurs at the two men and suggesting they did not belong in the United States, other customers said. Patrons complained, and Mr. Purinton was thrown out.
But a short time later, he came back in a rage and fired on the two men, the authorities said. Mr. Kuchibhotla was killed, and Mr. Madasani was wounded, along with a 24-year-old man who had tried to apprehend the gunman, who fled.
Mr. Purinton, 51, was extradited to Kansas from Missouri on Friday, and he is charged with premeditated first-degree murder and two counts of attempted premeditated first-degree murder.
The attack, which the federal and local authorities are investigating as a possible hate crime, reverberated far beyond both states. It raised new alarms about a climate of hostility toward foreigners in the United States, where President Trump has made clamping down on immigration a central plank of his “America first” agenda.
Who did it “raise alarms” among?
Anyone other than writers at the New York Times?
The White House strongly rejected the notion that there might be any connection between the shooting and the new administration’s sharp language about immigration.
“People are devastated,” said Somil Chandwani, a friend of the two victims who lives in Overland Park, Kan. “I wouldn’t say they are angry. They have a sense of insecurity at the moment. People are trying to find answers.”
A charging document released on Friday gave no details about the motive for the shooting. Law enforcement officials in Kansas, citing the continuing investigation and judicial ethics standards, said little about the episode.
Still, the F.B.I.’s role in the inquiry suggested that officials had found some evidence that could eventually lead to civil rights charges in connection with the shooting, which occurred around 7:15 p.m. Wednesday.
“He snapped, and this is not his typical self,” the suspect’s mother, Marsha Purinton, said before declining further comment.
Indians will do that to you.
Push you right straight over the edge.
In a brief phone interview on Friday night, Mr. Madasani described the remarks made Wednesday by the man sitting near him and Mr. Kuchibhotla at the restaurant. “He asked us what visa are we currently on and whether we are staying here illegally,” Mr. Madasani said. (Both men were educated in the United States and were working here legally.)
“We didn’t react,” Mr. Madasani said. “People do stupid things all the time. This guy took it to the next level.”
Maybe you should have paid attention to the sign.
There’s one at every international airport in Trumpmerica.
Mr. Madasani said he went in to get a manager, and by the time he returned to the patio, the man was being escorted out.
Mr. Purinton was arrested without incident, Captain Lynch said, and invoked his constitutional rights. It was not clear whether he had a lawyer.
Mr. Purinton spent time in the Navy and, according to a website where veterans can list their military records, was deployed aboard the Long Beach, a missile cruiser, from 1988 to 1990. He later worked for the Federal Aviation Administration but left the agency in 2000, a spokeswoman said.
In Johnson County, Kan., at least, he has had few run-ins with law enforcement. Court records showed a limited history: a speeding ticket in 2008, as well as a 1999 drunken-driving charge that was dismissed.
Speaking to reporters on Friday at the Garmin headquarters, Mr. Kuchibhotla’s widow, Sunayana Dumala, said she had long been worried by shootings she read about in the newspaper.
“I, especially, I was always concerned, are we doing the right thing of staying in the United States of America?” she said. “But he always assured me that only good things happen to good people.”
That’s just a scientific fact.
So maybe you need to ask yourself what was going on with your husband?
Firstly, why did he invade someone else’s country?
Do good people do that?
Now, Ms. Dumala said, she needed “an answer from the government” about what “they’re going to do to stop this hate crime.”
Mr. Madasani’s father, Jagan Mohan Reddy, a government engineer in Hyderabad, India, said his family was in shock. He said he did not know whether he would ask Mr. Madasani, who received a graduate degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City, and another son living in the United States to leave the country.
“We have to think it over,” he said. “My sons are not new to America. They have been staying there for the last 10 to 12 years. This is a new situation, and they are the best judges.”
Mr. Madasani, who has been released from the hospital, said he was recovering physically and mentally. “I’m definitely doing much better, but it’s not over yet,” he said.
On Friday, Mr. Kuchibhotla’s killing and the wounding of Mr. Madasani led to a chorus of fury in India, where the attack dominated the news media to such an extent that the top American diplomat in the country was compelled to issue a statement condemning what she described as a “tragic and senseless act.”
In Washington, the White House press secretary, Sean Spicer, rejected any link between Mr. Trump’s policy agenda and the shooting, which many Indians believed might have been inspired by the president’s harsh tone on immigration.
The Indians believe it. At least “many” do.
And NYT journalists believe it.
So, that’s two groups.
Everyone else will presumably blame a combination of the behavior and the stench of Indians.
The Justice Department is under pressure to bring federal charges in the case. Moussa Elbayoumy, the board chairman for the Kansas chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said the government should “consider filing hate crime charges in order to send a strong message that violence targeting religious or ethnic minorities will not be tolerated.”
Mr. Purinton was scheduled to appear in court on Monday. Austins, meanwhile, planned to reopen on Saturday.
Obviously, if this did happen the way they’re saying it happened, it’s a negative event.
I don’t say that because I care that some curry ape got killed. I’m not going to lie to you, dear reader: I don’t care at all.
But it doesn’t help anything. All it does is fuel the anti-white hate-machine of the Jewish media, Jewish terror groups such as the SPLC and the ADL, etc.
It obviously doesn’t have anything to do with Donald Trump. Blaming something someone said for someone else’s actions is always totally insane and nonsensical.
I mean, Donald Trump never said “go out and shoot Indians at the bar,” did he?
No, he did not.
And people get angry at other people and kill them all the time. It’s part of the human condition. It happens. It is an isolated situation.
But you know what would have prevented this?
If these Indians had stayed where they belong, in their own country.
Anyway, I don’t think this story is going to get much traction, but they are going to force it for a news cycle at least.They will roll out the SPLC to claim this is happening all the time, even though this is the only time it’s actually happened. They will cite their goofy fake statistics and flagrantly violate their tax-exempt status by calling for Trump to be stopped.
Hit up the comments on any sites that still have comments and set the record straight.