More Mass Killings in California: But why isn’t the media covering it?

OK, so a loser angry at the world committing robberies and stabbing people to death across Orange County in two different cities occurred yesterday evening, around 4 PM in Garden Grove and ended at Santa Ana at a 7-Eleven. Four people died in the rampage and 2 others were injured, which is more than the latest California shooting incident yet there was no wall to wall coverage on the cable and network news outlets. It was hardly covered at all. The perpetrator was yet another young person, this time a 33-year-old tattooed freak. He was a white guy, we don’t know much else about him at this time, but unquestionably he was a loser. So why no coverage, doesn’t everyone care about the poor people who were killed? Well, unfortunately, no. The problem with this killing spree was that it was not centralized to an emotional center people could relate to, like a school, a bar, or a Walmart, and that it didn’t involve a gun. No gun legislation or “red flag” law would have prevented these murders. Rather, this is evidence of what I have been saying for a long time, and why we need looser gun laws, not stricter ones. This is a social problem and we will see more of it, and nobody can handle that, because they are all a bit guilty in this matter. You can’t pass a law to protect us from ineptness, which has caused all these social problems. And that is why laws banning guns in any way at all will never stop the mass killings. If lunatics like this guy in Orange County want to kill people, they’ll just grab a knife, or whatever is available.

I hate to be right about all these things all the time. I was talking about the dangers of socialism in our public schools before Glenn Beck had his show on Fox in 2009 which arguably fed the Tea Party movement dramatically. The concerns have always been there, it didn’t take leaders to bring about the dialogue. Rather the conversations were going to emerge regardless of any particular person, whether it was me, Glenn Beck, or Donald Trump. People could see these things coming and they were concerned. And for good reason. Now we are seeing what we were all concerned about. Young people in the millennial category are disasters, results of epic social failures, drug legalization, a breakdown of the family, a loss of religion, and explosive and irresponsible entertainment culture, terrible educations specifically liberalized which didn’t prepare them for the real world—I could go on and on all day long. The bottom line is that these people are now in our mainstream culture and are decision makers. They don’t have unifying music like we might have had growing up, they have chaos and anger and they’ve had it their entire lives and now they can use weapons and function without their parents, and they are dangerous.

There is no way to put the lid back on the bottle. This generation of violence is going to have to play out. These kids are going to have to get older and be replaced by a newer generation that isn’t as bad as they are. I see hope there, perhaps the young people coming of age during the Trump administration will be better since as a nation we are talking about these problems openly. As much as people are upset at all the divisive rhetoric on social media these days at least the talks are happening. For these young killers, including this 33-year old stabbing murderer, they grew up where only the left was speaking, and they thought that was the path of the future because that was the only side they heard. They weren’t proud of America because nobody was defending it ten years ago when these kids were in their formulative years. Drugs were being pushed. Crazy music. Homosexual themes, loose sex, no religion except for environmentalism, socialist economies, selfless activism to drive leftist agendas, all that was in full swing and these kids are the result of those activities and beliefs.

We see even now all the radical bra burning hippies who were outright flower children in the 60s who are now heads of newspapers, colleges, and the publishing world, they are as radical as they were as young people only now they are in charge. For the foreseeable future, these modern millennials will get better but they will still believe the same things as they get older, and they will be dangerous for at least the next 30 years. They could snap at age 21, or 33, or 55—we will never know no matter how much “red flag” laws are passed. We will be helpless to solve the problem because we never dealt with the real issue. The problem was behavioral change activated by liberal, progressive values and the reaction that the human being had on those values. When those values don’t match up to reality, of course they will be traumatized. And when they are traumatized and nobody can help them out of it, they will sometimes lash out in violent ways. So we might as well get used to it. You can’t outlaw behavior, obviously.

We’re not talking about everyone of course. Most everyone feels some kind of anxiety about something or the other. But it only takes less than 1% of these troubled young people to become mass murderers that everyone fears. What you put in your mind ultimately makes us all, and most of what these murderers will be proven to have in common was bad stuff put in, so bad stuff came out. You can’t have a society that does not value life, come out being good. If the things we talk about is how bad capitalism is, or how we should kill babies with abortion, or how we should get stoned to escape from everything, what kind of world do we think these kids are going to make once they are responsible. This loser in Orange County was behaving just like a player of Grand Theft Auto would. Don’t tell me that video games have no influence on the behavior of young people. That 2018 study they keep pointing to is just as truthful as the FBI trying to tell us they weren’t spying on the Trump administration or that they weren’t trying to instigate a coup of his government in favor of Democrats.

The bottom line is that we are there, we are at a time where we have made these kids and now we have to deal with them as a society, and not just for a few years, but for the next half of a century. It will take a long time to correct the course that all these liberals have created in our society without much of a defense by conservatives. And this is the result. Killers on our streets, violence everywhere and a society numb to the shock of it all. And a media that is so much as conspiring activists that they won’t cover these stories because it doesn’t fit the gun control narrative that they all want. Because they all have a sense of it, that when average everyday people realize what a mess all this has been and they want to know who is responsible, Democrats do not want a society of guns to come after them to change out the ranks of power. They hope that like other places in the world, they can maintain their positions once the public finally understands what has happened to their country. Some do now, enough people to vote for President Trump. But those numbers will grow as these senseless murders go without offerings of real change. That’s when the wheels will really come off, which I would say has already started well in advance of this latest incident. I saw the wheel wobbling long ago, and now its too late. We will have to deal with the results.

Rich Hoffman

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