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San Diego Police Chief William Lansdowne is fully supportive of the Obama/Feinstein gun grab, and says if lawmakers play it right Americans can be completely disarmed within “a generation.”
This is frightening
Come back when you learn grammar….or when you get a brain.
Yeah Great Banner, Just don’t Try to holding it in Gaza!!
but thats how (tumblr grade, 3rd wave) feminism works right
Guns aren’t the problem!
Liberals who want to disarm law abiding Americans are the problem.
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The evidence that two Hamas rockets were wildly fired and killed at least ten people yesterday is overwhelming.
The first and best piece of evidence is that the IDF denied doing anything in that area to begin with. Usually they say they were targeting terrorists and it takes them many hours to even begin to release results of an investigation, but in this case they knew immediately that it wasn’t them - because they weren’t there.
In every case I can recall of that sort of categorical denial by the IDF, it always ended up being proven true.
Here is what the IDF investigation found.
Presumably this came from the Iron Dome radar that calculates the trajectory of every rocket that is fired from Gaza in seconds. Given that one of the rockets headed for Ashkelon, and that terrorists shoot the same kinds of rockets in each volley, we can see that all of the rockets were probably Grad-types - Qassams don’t reach Ashkelon.
The destruction we saw was consistent with a Grad rocket.
Other bits of evidence came in. A WSJ reporter tweeted (and then deleted) that the damage to the hospital was inconsistent with an airstrike.
An early tweet that may have been deleted from a reporter said that he saw a “shallow crater” at the Shati camp, again inconsistent with an Israeli airstrike.
Hamas barred the media from the area as they presumably cleaned up any evidence of the rocket - something they have done in the past when there was a high-profile misfire that they want to blame on Israel.
Reporters in Gaza still give credence to Hamas claims as if the terror group that brags about targeting millions of civilians is trustworthy.
It is also worth noting that, yet again, “eyewitnesses" say they saw an airstrike and it was not. This has happened countless times but lazy reporters keep quoting “eyewitnesses” who have no idea of what they are saying (or that are lying, as often happens.)
The funny thing is that no one has ever protested about the children Hamas kills. UNRWA isn’t protesting Hamas’ disregard for the lives of the people they say they are prottecting.
No NGO is calling this a potential crime against humanity. Probably because they only accidentally killed Gazan children while they were aiming at Israeli children, which isn’t problem at all for these hypocrites. The NGOs manage to read the minds of Israeli generals to determine intent, yet they ignore direct terrorist threats against civilians and policies designed to endanger their own people as not quite enough evidence.
No no no, they were flying Donkeys. Come on, get it together. Unicorns can’t fly.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Confronts NBC’s David Gregory Over Claim That Israel Targeted a U.N. School
On Sunday’s Meet the Press, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu profoundly slapped down moderator David Gregory’s assertion that Israel had been involved in the “targeting of a U.N. school that killed children and those civilians who were fleeing a safe place to go in the fighting.”
Netanyahu resoundingly condemned Gregory’s statement and insisted that the “Secretary General of the United Nations before this incident took place, said that, admitted that two U.N. schools in Gaza were used to stockpile rockets.”
The NBC host began his line of questioning by lamenting “about the price to Israel, [in] this ongoing conflict. The staggering number of dead civilians on the Palestinian side in Gaza” before falsely claiming that Israel had deliberately targeted a U.N. school in Gaza. Gregory continued to distort the facts in the case and wondered “was this a mistake on the part of Israel even though the U.N. says this was clearly marked and that the Israeli forces knew the GPS coordinates of this school?”
For his part, Netanyahu called out Gregory’s misleading line of questioning and pushed back:
Hamas is responsible for the death of civilians. We’re not targeting a single civilian. We’re responding to Hamas action and we’re telling the civilians to leave. Hamas is telling them to stay. Why is it telling them to stay? Because it wants to pile up their own dead bodies. They not only want to kill our people, they want to sacrifice their own people.
As the segment continued, the Israeli Prime Minister continued to condemn Gregory’s accusations:
We still do not target schools. These schools, the [sic] of these schools were used to attack us. Our forces responded, but our initial investigation now doesn’t show that it’s our fire, it actually shows that it may have been Hamas rocket fire. That’s still being investigated.
But the important thing to understand is that the reason we have civilians killed is not because Israel is targeting civilians but because Hamas is using civilians as human shields. We use missiles to protect our people. They use their people to protect their missiles.
Gregory’s accusation that Israel has been targeting schools is familiar territory for the networks. Earlier this week, all three networks denounced the shelling of a U.N. school but failed to report on evidence showing Hamas’ repeated use of schools to house rockets during the fighting. If it wasn’t for Netanyahu’s push back, the NBC host’s proclamation would have gone unchallenged.
Bibi, one thing though..peace with Abbas isn’t anywhere closer than peace with Hamas.