Busting Biden’s Buffalo Bluster
The rare instance of white supremacist violence is a Demo dog whistle diversion from the real disparity in interracial violence.
On the pretext of “comforting the families of victims,” Joe Biden, a.k.a. “President Unity,” went to Buffalo in order to use the caskets of the dead as a political soapbox to blame his opponents for the killing of innocents by a deranged assailant. I covered that assault in detail the day prior to Biden’s visit.
I call it the pretext of “comforting the families of victims” because Biden’s intent was to disgracefully politicize the tragedy.
Biden did he mention the families of those five people murdered in Chicago, five more in St. Louis and three in Milwaukee — among more than 80 others murdered by thugs nationwide the same weekend as the Buffalo attack.
Recall that he did not go to Boulder, Colorado, a year ago to comfort the families of victims after a very similar attack at a food market by a 21-year-old Trump-hating Islamist immigrant who murdered 10 white men and women.
He didn’t go to New York a month ago when 10 commuters were attacked on a subway by another black supremacist. Those assailants and may lesser known have been weaponized by the Marxist so-called “Black Lives Matter” movement embraced by Democrats nationwide over the last two years.
Nor did he go to comfort the families of victims murdered in the “mass assault” in downtown Sacramento.
Nor did he visit any of the families of the more than 21,000 others murdered mostly murdered by thug, drug and gang subculture sociopaths, who are responsible for the daily carnage on Demos’ urban poverty plantations across our nation.
Biden did not mention the Laguna Woods, California, church attack by a Chinese immigrant the day after the Buffalo attack.
Obviously, those assailants and assaults did not fit the Left’s racial narrative, so those stories quickly faded from the mainstream media’s footnotes on crime. Those lives were of no value as political fodder for Democrat Party politicos.
Biden and his cadre are not about to mention the fact that black people commit 90% of interracial felonies — black on white, Hispanic or Asian — despite representing just 13% of our population, and the age group of that assailant profile represents just 3% of the population. That would include the commission of 21% of hate crimes, as defined by the FBI. Nor will they mention the tragic fact that 88% of the suspects who murdered black people are also black.
By comparison with the aforementioned 21,000 murders, according to the latest FBI data on “mass shootings” — which it defines as “one or more individuals actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a populated area” — in a nation of 330 million people, there were 38 victims in 2020, there were 43 victims in 2021, and including Buffalo and Sacramento, there have been 30 victims this year.
So, Joe, why Buffalo?
Because it fit Biden’s diversionary claim that the most “lethal threat to the homeland” is actually white supremacy.
In addition to an opportunity to vilify his opponents, Biden and his entourage of hate hustlers could use the tragedy to undermine the Second Amendment, for reasons I outlined last week. It was a two-for-one political bait bargain he could not resist.
We got a hint of what he would say before his departure, as Politico noted he was “telling aides that he no longer recognizes the GOP, which he now views as an existential threat to the nation’s democracy.” In other words, if you disagree with Joe Biden and his thugs, you are an existential threat to our nation.
And apparently, his chief political strategist must now be Rep. Liz Cheney (?-WY), who demonstrated her lunacy level by declaring: “The House GOP leadership has enabled white nationalism, white supremacy, and anti-semitism. … GOP leaders must renounce and reject these views and those who hold them.” As if the GOP has ever embraced such views.
But she set the tone for Biden’s assertion that any of his political opponents objecting to his open-border policy are guilty of inflaming “replacement theory” racists like the Buffalo assailant. That, despite the fact that assailant defined his political views as “authoritarian left.”
What did Biden actually say in Biffalo?
After appropriately mentioning the victims, he condemned racists as every Republican has done. Biden declared: “White supremacy will not have the last word. … What happened here is simple and straightforward: terrorism. Terrorism. Domestic terrorism. Violence inflicted in the service of hate and a vicious thirst for power that defines one group of people being inherently inferior to any other group.”
But he then used the tragedy to claim the attack was motivated by “the media and politics…” That was his bridge to blame his media and political critics: “I condemn those who spread the lie for power, political gain, and for profit. … It’s a poison running through — it really is — running through our body politic.”
Trying to bridge the blame again, he confusingly claimed: “I wasn’t going to run … again for president. I, honest to God … I was going to be darned if I was going to let — anyway. Don’t want to get going.” Regaining his thoughts, he declared that the battle between antifa v. alt-right thugs in Charlottesville, which he repeatedly attempted to blame on Donald Trump (fact-checked FALSE), motivated him to run again.
He then linked Trump and racists: “Heads of state and other countries ask me, ‘What’s going on? What in God’s name happened on January 6th? What happened in Buffalo? What happ- [unintelligible].’” He continued mumbling incoherently: “All chil- — life, liberty, our universal goods — gifts of God. We didn’t get it from the government, we got it from — because we exist, and we’re called upon to defend them.”
But in a more lucid moment he said: “Look, the American experiment in democracy is in a danger like it hasn’t been in my lifetime. It’s in danger this hour.”
Ironically, the greatest threat to our Republic is Joe Biden.
FOOTNOTE regarding so-called “mass shootings”: For the record, mass murders are very rare in our nation of 330 million people, where more than 125 million citizens own firearms. There were 26,031 homicides in the U.S. in the latest year of record (2021), which you can view state by state. That number is estimated to be lower in 2022. The majority of murders fall into what the mainstream media defines as “mass shootings,” which in fact, are not high-profile mass murders. But the MSM references to “mass shootings” are intended to imply that mass murders are frequent. The oft-cited Gun Violence Archive defines a “mass shooting” as any incident that involves a “minimum of four victims shot, either injured or killed.” In other words, the vast majority of “mass shootings” are drug and gang violence committed on Democrat-controlled urban poverty plantations.
As for actual mass murders as detailed in the FBI’s data on “active shooter incidents” – which it defines as “one or more individuals actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a populated area” – in 2022, the FBI reported 50 incidents resulting in 313 casualties (100 killed and 213 wounded). In 2021 the FBI reported 61 incidents resulting in 243 casualties (103 killed and 140 wounded). In 2020, the FBI reported 40 incidents resulting in 164 casualties (38 killed and 126 wounded). These numbers fluctuate significantly year over year.
A more accurate and comprehensive record of mass murder data is maintained by the Violence Project, which uses the Department of Justice definition of mass public shooting: “A multiple homicide incident in which four or more victims are murdered with firearms.” According to that data base, there were seven mass public shootings with 48 dead and 90 injured in 2022. Fortunately as of May 2023, there has been only one other incident as violent as the latest mass murder in Allen, Texas, and that was an attack by an elderly Asian man at a Chinese New Year party in California. Unfortunately, 2023 is on track to exceed the attacks and deaths last year. However, despite the high-profile of mass murders upon which both the Democrats and their media publicists focus, more than 99.5% of murders in the U.S. are not mass attacks, thus aren’t useful for the Democrats’ gun control narrative.
Semper Vigilans Fortis Paratus et Fidelis
Pro Deo et Libertate — 1776
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