I knew this whole outlaw biker shootout thing at a restaurant in Waco, Texas this last Sunday sounded suspicious. So I was wondering, how long has it been since an outlaw biker gang shootout? And how long has it been since a biker gang shootout got such intense media coverage? Well, let me answer that from my recollection – that would be Vegas from 2002, thirteen years ago and the media focus from that incident? — That was minimal.
I thought at first that possibly the diversion of focus was to take our middle-America minds off scary rioting children of Obama. But I think a more sinister agenda may be emerging. So is my observation of a possible motive.
The lunatic fringe of the anti-gun movement, Moms Demand Action, said, “Outlaw biker gangs wouldn’t have guns if we expanded background checks.” Seriously? Ok, bring in the men in the clean white coats and take them away. Obviously these (fake) moms are ignorant of the current Hitler-esque hoops gun buyers already have to jump thru. And the key word in this scenario, “outlaw” bikers. Meaning, dear fake concerned mommy organization, these biker types cannot legally possess firearms to begin with, because they are convicted criminals and background checks wouldn’t change a thing. Any firearms the outlaw bikers possessed at the time of the Waco, Texas restaurant shootout were illegally obtained and illegally carried. As a side note, the first reports released said that some of the dead had been beaten to death; now it is being reported that all the dead had been shot.
Then bring in law enforcement officials to sandwich the fear mongering, the chief of police for Austin, Texas, last name of Gay, threw in his two cents too, saying (paraphrased), “This whole shoot out could have been a lot worse if other customers had open carry, we could have seen a real bloodbath.”
Also take a good look at the photographs from that day, where LEO’s are processing the scene. Take this picture, for example, the LEO has his back turned to the dangerous outlaw bikers, that’s strange to say the least. The photos from that day show mostly average looking bike riders cooperatively sitting around in little groups thumbing thru their cell phones. If nine people had been just murdered…does this picture or any others really look right?
Now the question is, is Texas governor Abbott really pro-open-carry as he had campaigned on? Or is he going to backpedal from open-carry, especially given all the negative remarks being bantered about since this biker shootout? If ever an exit strategy was needed, this suspicious shootout has provided one.
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