Thursday, October 6, 2016

MUTH'S TRUTHS 10/06/2016

Headline in yesterday’s newspaper: “Man killed by Charlotte police had brain injury.”

This sort of thing is part of the subtle “War on Cops” campaign.  It invokes sympathy for the victim while simultaneously making it seem like the cops did something wrong.

Riddle me this, Batman: How the hell was the cop supposed to know the guy had a brain injury?

News Flash: People with mental problems can and have killed people. 

When such a person acts in a threatening manner, what’s a cop in such a high-adrenaline situation supposed to do?  Ask the guy if he’s seeing a psychiatrist first before shooting to defend himself?

Anyone remember when mentally disturbed Eduardo Sencion walked into a Carson City iHOP and shot dead four National Guard members who were having breakfast with no warning whatsoever?

Disgraceful media reporting.


Dr. Chuck Muth, PsD
Professor of Psephology (homeschooled)
Publisher / Irritator-in-Chief

P.S.  In a speech Tuesday, Phillipine President Rodrigo Duterte told U.S. President Barack Obama to “go to hell.”  A sentiment shared by an awful lot of Americans.

Speaking of awful, what debate was the mainstream media watching Monday night that none of the rest of us saw?

Unhinged Democrat vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine was, in no particular order, rude, obnoxious, insulting, discourteous, bad-mannered, offensive, boorish, disrespectful, insufferable, detestable, unbearable, repugnant and, yes, deplorable.

But good luck finding such characterizations of Kaine’s meltdown in mainstream media headlines and reports.  Disgraceful.

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A reader wrote asking why, as reported in the Las Vegas Review-Journal yesterday, the NFL is looking for public investment in the new multi-purpose, domed Las Vegas stadium when, he says, it didn’t have any such requirement for the St. Louis Rams when they wanted to move back to Los Angeles.

The short answer is: Ask the NFL.

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