Colorado STEM school shooting: Details the MSM are largely ignoring

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How many of these details have you heard from your typical news sources?

Transgender Colorado school suspect is virtually ignored by MSM: 'And we all know why'

One of the two suspects in the STEM school attack in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, is a 16-year-old transgender who is transitioning from woman to man, though few media outlets are reporting this key part of the suspect's identity.

"Isn't it interesting how, just two days after the shooting in Colorado, the suspects have remained relatively unmentioned? This is a drastic departure from every other shooting. The mainstream media aren't even trying to hide their blatant bias. If the facts don't fit their narrative, they get left out — even if it's a tragedy," said Jon Miller, host of "The White House Brief."


Colorado school shooting suspect, shared anti-Trump post on Facebook

The 18-year-old accused in the fatal shooting at a Colorado charter school shared social media posts that were critical of President Trump and Christians, but heaped praise on former President Barack Obama.


Apparently the "transgenders are bullied" narrative doesn't trump the "shot up a school with a Democrat atheist" facts.

Students angrily walk out of Colorado school shooting vigil in protest after speakers push gun control and politicize tragedy

Students walked out of a vigil for the shooting at a STEM school in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, on Wednesday after the event's speakers reportedly politicized the tragedy and used it to push for gun control.
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Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet (D) and Rep. Jason Crow (D) spoke at the event and used the shooting to renew their call for gun control.

Clearly moved, many of the students chanted "mental health" after Bennet and Crow invoked gun control during the vigil, and even more walked out of the event in protest.

Other students shouted, "political stunt" and "we are people, not a statement."


The Mexican father of alleged Colorado school shooter Alec McKinney, 16, was jailed for domestic violence and deported TWICE, with his son posting how he missed him just days before the atrocity
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USA reminds me of movie & TV Westerns. The one that stands out for me was The Rifleman. Peace lovin’ rancher blows away people on every episode. At times in front of his own kid who actually assists his father a few times. Rifleman & kid never seemed fazed by it, no ill effects, no remorse, just deliver some frontier justice via the Winchester rifle. Seemed like the right thing to do.

Anyway somebody took the time to tabulate the body count with video for all Rifleman episodes. 

https://pleasekillme.com/how-many-people...-gun-down/

Watch it all or skip to the end. Don’t know why I found it funny. Perhaps I'm only wondering how there are any bad guys left in America.
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I wonder why it's relevant to even bring up that the person is transitioning from a woman to a man.
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(May 13, 2019 03:17 PM)Leigha Wrote: I wonder why it's relevant to even bring up that the person is transitioning from a woman to a man.

Between that and the other shooter being a Democrat atheist, it refutes the nonsense the mostly right-wingers are school shooters.
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(May 13, 2019 12:45 PM)Zinjanthropos Wrote: USA reminds me of movie & TV Westerns. The one that stands out for me was The Rifleman. Peace lovin’ rancher blows away people on every episode. At times in front of his own kid who actually assists his father a few times. Rifleman & kid never seemed fazed by it, no ill effects, no remorse, just deliver some frontier justice via the Winchester rifle. Seemed like the right thing to do.

Anyway somebody took the time to tabulate the body count with video for all Rifleman episodes. 

https://pleasekillme.com/how-many-people...-gun-down/

Watch it all or skip to the end. Don’t know why I found it funny. Perhaps I'm only wondering how there are any bad guys left in America.

Because it was funny. 

I could be wrong but I don’t think that gun ownership in the U.S. has increased all that much. School shootings have, though.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sc...ted_States
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Nobody told me the people that got shot weren't really dead - I assumed they must be using criminals that they could kill with impunity to make the film. Call it an early introduction to the difference between America and England. We used to play 'Cowboys and Indians" in the long hot days of the English Summer - I remember it like it was yesterday. Also from memory I was usually collateral damage whichever side I was picked for.
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(May 13, 2019 10:59 PM)Syne Wrote:
(May 13, 2019 03:17 PM)Leigha Wrote: I wonder why it's relevant to even bring up that the person is transitioning from a woman to a man.

Between that and the other shooter being a Democrat atheist, it refutes the nonsense the mostly right-wingers are school shooters.

Ah, gotcha. It is sad though that school shootings are basically becoming just another way for people to defend their politics.  Undecided
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(May 14, 2019 03:32 AM)Leigha Wrote:
(May 13, 2019 10:59 PM)Syne Wrote:
(May 13, 2019 03:17 PM)Leigha Wrote: I wonder why it's relevant to even bring up that the person is transitioning from a woman to a man.

Between that and the other shooter being a Democrat atheist, it refutes the nonsense the mostly right-wingers are school shooters.

Ah, gotcha. It is sad though that school shootings are basically becoming just another way for people to defend their politics.  Undecided

It's the left that always uses any excuse to push gun control, even at a memorial service for the students. Hell, the left can't even let people express condolences through their thoughts and prayers anymore. Politics aside, that's just wrong.
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