Biden’s FBI is so hellbent on creating a narrative that Trump voters are evil, racist, domestic extremists that they miss key evidence that might contradict their theory.
This short video by Jaeson Jones talks about a growing motivation behind some gruesome acts of murderous gang members. It’s a worldview that can motivate them to perform acts of such savage cruelty that our ‘civilized’ modern minds will struggle to make any sense of it.
And this wicked worldview isn’t even on their radar. Maybe that’s because this motivation taps into a kind of darkness in the human soul for which many secularized Westerners simply have no explanation.
They would too easily mistake a deliberate embrace of evil actions and dark motives for academia’s easy platitudes of ‘mental illness’ or ‘hatred’ based on whichever bigoted ‘ism’ best fits the individual situation.
The problem with easy answers is they usually come at the cost of the truth.
Biden’s administration desperately wants to tie crimes to conservatives.
They will use all kinds of slander and dirty tricks to do so. They dearly love any kind of ‘white supremacist’ or ‘nazi’ or ‘domestic extremist’ angle. Because (now that they’ve been pounding this narrative for years) they can easily turn any of those into a guilt-by-association attack on all conservatives.
The crazy thing is, the offender no longer even needs to be white to be accused of participation in a white supremacist conspiracy.
Feds have only one thing on their mind
The official government narrative is that the man behind the murder of eight people in an Allen Texas shopping mall is that he had ‘Neo-Nazi ideation’.
That shooting was the first example cited in a recent DHS memo [Feds Predicting Rise In Violence In 2024 — But MAYBE Not The Kind You Think] that laid the blame for that shooting on — you guessed it! — Nazis and White supremacists.
Of course it’s a lie. Even Acosta admitted as much.
Trump condemns KKK and white supremacists commenting on Charlottesville: "Racism is evil."
— Jim Acosta (@Acosta) August 14, 2017
That DHS memo was in such a hurry to paint a picture of a looming MAGA threat that they skipped over a different mass-murder incident that fit a different profile… like the illegal immigrant that killed 5 people in Texas.
The Cleveland Texas Killings
For a moment there, when it looked like it might fit the recipe of Mass Killing; Red State; AR-15, the media was getting ready to run with another evil gun owner story.
He was on the lam, so that added an element of danger and uncertainty.
That math changed when we learned more about the offender.
The five-time-deported Mexican national was captured in exactly the way you would expect a gutless punk who murdered a child might be captured.
He was cowering in a closet.
Under some laundry. — ClashNews
Deported Illegal alien? Is that why this incident was skipped in DHS? It’s hard to turn a deported foreigner into a ‘domestic’ threat.
There’s another interesting detail in that story.
It is the reason we told this story while introducing this video.
It’s strange to think that someone who had a shrine to a death cult, with candles still burning when the police entered his residence would be cowering under laundry, but here we are.
An anonymous law enforcement officer working on the case told the Center for Immigration Studies that a shrine honors the ‘Santa Muerte death cult’ was found in his room following the massacre.
The cult is famously known among Mexico’s drug cartels, and investigators believe it signifies Oropesa has connections to the criminal underworld, which can help him escape back to Mexico. –ClashNews
Candles? Death cult? Probably sounds a little bit woo-woo, right?
Why should you care? Two reasons.
Whether you believe it’s real or not, some guys with knives guns sure seem to believe in it.
When news stories involving jihadi extremists first started catching the notice of Western media outlets, the West didn’t really understand how or why someone would become so committed to a cause that they would blow themselves up by it.
Likewise, when I spent time in India, the idea that people would use gasoline to ‘immolate’ themselves as a means of political protest even over an issue that didn’t directly affect them (like the criminal prosecution of a corrupt local leader) made no sense to me. But for a committed Hindu with a belief in karmic cycles… it’s a little like taking a mulligan on the life you’re in and starting over.
These ideas — however much they do or do not make sense to us — direct the behavior of others.
Why should a literal death cult religion be any less influential on the actions of true believers? And if this belief is predisposed to wanton criminal violence — we should take the threat it poses all the more seriously.
If you’re a Christian, you have a tool in your toolbelt to defeat it that most people don’t have. Prayer.
And not just those sweet ‘now I lay me down to sleep’ kind of prayers.
The gritty kind with closed fists and righteous anger.
Psalms of War: Prayers That Literally Kick Ass is a collection, from the book of Psalms, regarding how David rolled in prayer. I bet you haven’t heard these read, prayed, or sung in church against our formidable enemies — and therein lies the Church’s problem. We’re not using the spiritual weapons God gave us to waylay the powers of darkness. It might be time to dust them off and offer ‘em up if you’re truly concerned about the state of Christ’s Church and of our nation.
Also included in this book, Psalms of War, are reproductions of the author’s original art from his Biblical Badass Series of oil paintings.
This is a great gift for the prayer warriors. Real. Raw. Relevant.