How many American lives is it going to take?

By on Dec 7, 2019

Clearly, human lives are as meaningless today as they have ever been. But not to worry, the Saudi king is very sorry. And the Saudi king can rest easy that things will remain the same as they are since we will never know the truth of what happened here since the investigation is being handled by the Fixing Bureau of Investigation.

Lets see, 3 other Saudis are FILMING the murders and we are to believe what about that, they were innocent bystanders filming the landscape? How many non-Saudis were filming ANYTHING at the time?

Let’s see, the murderer tweets right before the murders that he HATES Americans because America supports Israel invading muslim countries (just where is that happening? When has that ever happened?) and three Saudis are filming it and we have to wait to determine if this was a “terrorist” act?

Let’s see, we can all go back to not being concerned about who is in the country be they “legal” or illegal because Florida Governor Scott and Defense Secretary Esper are calling for a full review of our procedures and fully support the investigation though neither can say Americans are dead because the murderer was muslim.

So, the king is sorry, Americans are dead at the hand of a muslim AGAIN, we will never hear about the 3 photographers again, no one is willing to call this what it was, the opposite of no one is making sure it can happen again and we have our best cover uppers handling the scene. All adding up to what? Another giant middle finger to the American people and another example by those that love money and power of the absolute lack of value placed on any human life except their own.

I close with the immortal words of The Talking Head, “Same as is ever was.”

According to the New York Times, three of the Saudis were filming the attack. It is unknown whether they were students at the base, or whether they are connected to the gunman.

Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani (via the Daily Mail)

The shooting spanned two floors in a classroom, according to Sheriff David Morgan of Escambia Country. Two deputies were shot in the ensuing gun battle and are expected to recover.

The gunman, identified as Saudi Air Force second lieutenant Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani, used a locally bought Glock 45 9mm handgun with an extended magazine, and was carrying between four and six more magazines.

In his last message on Twitter confirmed by AFP, Alshamrani wrote that America is a nation of evil.

Pensacola terrorist’s last tweet.

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The FBI is leading the investigation into the incident at Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola in Florida, and initially withheld Alshamrani’s name.

He was allegedly a student enrolled in a Navy training program designed for ” immersing international students in our U.S. Navy training and culture ” to help “build partnership capacity for both the present and for the years ahead,” accoring to Fox News, citing 2017 comments by Cmdr. Bill Gibson, who is the center’s officer in charge.

“These relationships are truly a win-win for everyone involved,” he added at the time.

Governor Rick Scott (R-FL) called for a “full review” of the Navy training programs in the wake of the shooting, while investigators have said they are exploring whether the attack was an act of organized terrorism.

“I’m very concerned that the shooter in Pensacola was a foreign national training on a U.S. base. Today, I’m calling for a full review of the U.S. military programs to train foreign nationals on American soil. We shouldn’t be providing military training to people who wish us harm,” said Scott.

Defense Secretary Mark Esper told reporters Friday that although his first priority is supporting the ongoing investigation and determining the shooter’s motives, he also said: “I want to make sure we’re doing our due diligence to understand what are our procedures” concerning the training programs.

Is it sufficient [et cetera, et cetera] and it may not be — it may be the vetting — are we also screening persons coming to make sure that they have, you know, their life in order, you know, their mental health is adequate,” Esper said. “So we need to look at all that.”

Esper referred to the shooter as a Saudi national who was a second lieutenant in flight training.

Sources told Fox News that the scene of the shooting — a classroom, where students usually spend three months at the beginning of the program — indicated that the shooter was a student who was “early” in his training.Fox News