He’s been blaming them for weeks. He stood before the nation and threw them under the bus. And tonight, following the brutal assassinations of two NYPD officers, working overtime on a routine terrorism drill, New York City Mayor Bill deBlasio had the nerve to attend a news presser on the killings where he expressed his heartfelt condolences to two families who’ve just had their father, their son, their uncle ripped from their lives. And this is what greeted him as he strolled into the briefing room:
No other words are needed, really, save these: Bill de Blasio, those who bravely serve and protect, putting their lives on the line daily to protect even the likes of ungrateful wretches like you, have told you loud and clear that they have no confidence in your leadership. So resign. Now.
The details are just coming in, but what is clear is that two NYPD officers were gunned down in their police vehicle earlier today. The perpetrator then ran into a subway and committed suicide.
“The perp came out of the houses, walked up behind the car and lit them up,” a high-ranking police official told the Daily News.
An NYPD spokesman confirmed to Fox News that two officers were shot in the incident and were immediately moved to a nearby hospital. Police later told The Associated Press that both officers died from their injuries..
The New York Post reported that both officers were shot in the head at point-blank range.
“It’s an execution,” one law enforcement source told The Post.
The gunman just started “pumping bullets” into the patrol car, another source said.
The suspect then fled to a nearby subway station before he shot and killed himself.
Crime Scene Unit at work where two NYPD officers were shot and killed. (photo credit: William Farrington, New York Post)
Original reports that said the two officers were female were apparently incorrect. The officers have been tentatively identified, but no official statement has yet been released from the NYPD. [click to continue…]
Obama probably thought the weekend before Christmas would be a good time to spread a little jihadi-love and release some Gitmo prisoners under our noses.
Carol Rosenberg of the Miami Herald posted this at Twitter this morning:
British news sources also broke the news, including itv.com, Sky News, and the patriarchal BBC. Reuters has added that the four named inmates were sent home to Kabul overnight via US military transport, while ABC News — as of this writing — still claims that their release is pending. ABC must be waiting for marching orders from the administration on how to spin this story.
First, sucking up to Cuba. Now releasing these four Gitmo prisoners into the heart of Jihadi-land.
Courtesy Sky News
Are there any more in-your-American-face actions Obama can take before the Republican Congress takes over?
Oh wait. The Bowe Bergdahl investigation has just concluded, although we have no results at this time. Despite what damning evidence may indicate Bergdahl’s desertion, you can bet Obama will find some way to sweep that disaster under the rug as well.
They say they had no choice but to shelve it because the major theaters had backed out of its release. And now they’re punching back at the Lecturer-in-Chief after he lamented during a press conference that he wished Sony had contacted him before pulling the now-infamous film, The Interview, from theaters following threats of terrorism from what we now know came from North Korea. Mr. Obama—whose own six-year history as the leader of the free world boasts a laundry lists of screw-ups, cover ups, and downright fraud—called Sony’s decision a “mistake.” Further, Mr. Obama, with a straight face and not a smidgen of irony, said this:
Indeed. He certainly wouldn’t want any competition.
In a statement to CNN, Sony CEO, Michael Lynton, offered this rebuke in response to Obama’s public finger wag:
Sony CEO Michael Lynton. Photo Credit Deadline Hollywood.
“We have not caved. We have not given in. We have persevered, and we have not backed down. We have always had every desire to have the American public see this movie…We were taken by surprise by the theaters, which is what we wanted to do first. Now we’re trying to proceed and figure out what the next steps would be,” Lynton told CNN.
“I did reach out,” said Lynton, who said Sony indeed sought assistance from the President. “We definitely spoke to a senior advisor in the White House to talk about the situation. The White House was certainly aware of the situation.”
Well, welcome to the underside of Barack Obama’s bus and his Self Righteous Wagon, Mr. Lynton.
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