Another SWAT attack has come, this time targeting Aaron Walker, the legal opponent of Brett Kimberlin – the convicted “Speedway Bomber” turned Soros activist.
Fortunately, according to Mr. Walker, the police while armed, were considerably calmer than other SWAT attacks. Conservative bloggers have come under attack using a fake report to police about the blogger reportedly “killing their wife”.
It’s not clear at this point if this was brought about by Mr. Kimberlin, an ally or just a fruitcake. Hopefully the police can discover the origin.
Two points to bring up about this – this Alinsky like terror attack does nothing but alienate the left from the voting public – it shows the extremism that they are perpetrating just like the union inflammatory speeches that are so far fetched at times that it alienates instead of convincing. In this, it is a good thing to have happen (though we wouldn’t wish it on anyone) – showing the extreme left using actual terror tactics to stop freedom of speech that is aimed at convincing people that the conservative way of life is the better way.
The second point is that this is a waste of resources and puts the police at a distinct disadvantage in discerning real life violence from some punk’s prank who can’t take someone disagreeing with him or her. The police, whether you agree with particular points of their handling of the law, don’t need to have their job made harder in order to silence political opponents.
You have to immediately question the judgement and capacity for rational thought of people who do this kind of thing. Doorbell ringing as a prank – silly, but harmless.
Sending a team of taxpayer paid SWAT personnel, armed and jacked up to an innocent person’s house? It’s like accusing someone of a crime you know they didn’t commit in order to save yourself from trouble. And the worst part is, in my opinion, someone who is capable of this personal sort of treachery is fully remorseless about it. It’s probably because the target is a “right wing nazi like bigot and homophobe” or some such rationale that isn’t true in 99% of the cases. Nothing like rationalizing that they might very well use that as a reason to silence someone with no real guilt, eh?
If someone was to be harmed in this, it would be most likely be passed off as a victory for their side. Ms. Gillibrand’s tragedy and the circus that was performed by the left afterwards to score political points easily illustrates that.
The trauma that was perpetrated on Mr. Walker and his wife as the police had to do their due diligence and enter the home to speak with Mrs. Walker, the upset – I bet it just gets a shrug from someone with the level of emotional stunting that could carry this out.
One would certainly hope that the phone calls can be traced and the person who did this will have multiple charges levied against them.
Be aware bloggers. It might be time to call your local law enforcement to warn them about a potential of this sort of tactic being used against you too.
Thanks to Sheriff.us for the pic.