When Liberals Go Nuts – The Case of Christopher “Django” Dorner

So you’re a cop who has been done wrong. Let’s see… How many movies have I seen with this plot device. Oh, nearly every cop movie I’ve ever seen I’d have to guess. But instead of finding evidence to clear your name, or at least exposing the baddies who did you wrong, you gun down a 28 year old assistant women’s college basketball coach – the daughter of one of the 50+ people you blame for your plight. And at the same time you pop her fiance, who happens to be another cop and someone who never did anything wrong to you. And just for kicks, you call her father and torment him with how you killed her. Classy.

Of course this doesn’t stop people from sympathizing with you. Evidently you are, or were, a big fan of gun control, Obama and other liberal conceits. Hell, Hitler has sympathizers as does half-wits like Charles Manson and run-of-the-mill psychopaths like Jeffrey Daumer. Of course many of these are white people who would cross the street if you approached them on a sidewalk in the dark, and who have more in common with your victims than they do you. But there is no shortage of idiots in this world who will lose their good sense when the actions of a nutjob like you titillate their relativist morals and political leanings.

But while the liberal blogs are effusive in their praise of you, I doubt that your so-called “brothers” would take your side. There’s a good reason why you’re hiding out in the mountains with white people rather than the inner cities with your black brethren. They’d turn your ass in because they have a deeper sense of right and wrong than your liberal cracker supporters do. What ever your beef with the LAPD, there was a right way, a wrong way and an evil way to deal with it. By murdering an innocent woman, her fiance, and shooting two more cops, one fatally, after writing a rambling manifesto you have become the next Unabomber, although unlike him I suspect your fame will be fleeting and you will meet your end in a hail of bullets. Your idiot supporters will eventually realize the nature of their stupidity and be embarrassed for their actions, and your ideas and rant will be forgotten by everyone except the families of the innocents you destroyed in cold blood. The meaninglessness of your rampage will become apparent as your bones molder in a grave mourned by no one.

I can only hope that my tax dollars have wound their way through the federal bureaucracy to end up helping to buy the bullet that flies through that diseased mind of yours at 2,500 fps.

UPDATE: Welcome to the Legend of Christopher Dorner, brought to you courtesy of the LAPD aka “The LA Gang Squad.” By shooting old ladies and censoring the media before apparently burning Dorner alive (“f***ing burn this motherf****r”) they have only proven what Dorner alleged: that he was the victim of a vast conspiracy. Now we have a burned cabin and a body burned beyond recognition that the LAPD is taking its sweet time identifying, and it won’t be long before Dorner is spotted at some dusty gas station in the Mojave like Elvis, and Denzel Washington and Jamie Foxx arm wrestle over who’s going to play him in the next Weinstein brothers’ blockbuster.

Of course, such a movie wouldn’t be conceivable if Dorner had been a Tea Partier. But thankfully his views were the same as Hollywood’s: He was a big Obama supporter “You disrespect the office of the POTUS/Presidency and Commander in Chief. You call him Kenyan, mongroid, halfrican, muslim, and FBHO when in essence you are to address him as simply, President,” gun control advocate, “Who in there right mind needs a fucking silencer who needs a freaking SBR AR15? No one. No more Virginia Tech, Columbine HS, Wisconsin temple, Aurora theatre, Portland malls, Tucson rally, Newtown Sandy Hook,” NRA hater, “Wayne LaPierre, President of the NRA, you’re a vile and inhumane piece of sh*t,” and loved Hillary, “You’ll make one hell of a president in 2016.”

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  1. Jack:


    This guy being a liberal is meaningless. My guess is the political distribution of lunatic killers probably mirrors the general public. He’s a bit of one-off because he was in the military and was a police officer. I would think one who follows that career path would tend to be a conservative. Though it’s anecdotal, the vast majority of police officers and military personnel I know are conservative though that is neither here nor there.

    I think you might be wrong in stating that he will be forgotten. But I think that for completely different reasons than those in your essay. The LAPD are so jumpy that they’re shooting at shadows. I’m sure you read about the 2 Latina women who were delivering papers in a truck that happened to resemble Donner’s vehicle. It was the wrong make, model, and color (though the color was similar). The six officers fired at them without issuing any warnings. Fortunately, no one was killed, though one of the women, 71 years old, was shot twice.

    A few minutes later, in another part of town, police fired on a similar truck, though it was a completely different color, driven by a male driver. Again, no warning. Fortunately, the driver wasn’t hit with any bullets.

    The LAPD is bound and determined to put this manhunt in the record books of poor police procedure. It reminds me of the Twilight Zone episode “The Monsters are Due on Maple Street”.

    The LAPD outnumber this guy 10,000 to 1. They need to calm down and just do their jobs. Anymore incidents like what I listed above and they’ll become an SNL skit. In suspect in the next few days or weeks, they’ll bring him in, either in cuffs or a body bag.

  2. Scott Kirwin:

    Given the behavior of the LAPD I think you’re right: this guy will be remembered for a long time. I’m not sure what it is about that agency, but they’ve somehow managed to make a bad situation worse. Read this about their deployment of “burners” to “burn this motherfucker” in audio that was captured by police scanners and a local news broadcast. Their behavior fits Dorner’s narrative perfectly, from their cavalier attitude of shooting old ladies to summarily executing him by burning him alive. Also the confusion about the identification of the body found in the cabin is perfect conspiracy theory material. They’ve made him a legend.

    You are likely correct that psychopaths tend to match the political demography of the population as a whole. What you are missing is the media’s usage of this information to attack the Right when the situation allows it, and remain quiet when as in the case of Dorner his political views fall on the Left. Example of this was Jared Loughner, the Tucson shooter who was initially suspected of being a right winger and broadcast in the media until it was later proved that he was an extreme leftist (though a Google search finds that hardcore Lefties still paint him as a right wing extremist.) Another was the case of Aurora theater shooter James Holmes who ABC reporter Brian Ross claimed was a member of the Colorado Tea Party, an assertion that ABC later was forced to apologize for. As a center-lefty, you might not be aware of the rush to judgement by the media to blame the Right for every whacko that makes the news, but as a libertarian member of the Right I’m quite aware and sensitive to it. So when the media is silent on the rampage of an Obama voting, gun control supporting nutjob, I find the silence deafening.

  3. Jack:

    You are right about how the media paints shooters. They do jump on it if is thought they are right-leaning but back away when it’s discovered they are left-leaning.

    Thanks for the link. I had no idea how the fire started though I’m sure it’s going to be all over the news in the next few days. This was bad decisions by everybody. Dorner could’ve pursued media exposure about the LAPD. So many people are distrustful of police he would’ve found ears to listen to his story. He chose the path of psychopathic killing and has left a wake of tragedy that family of the murdered will never recover from. And the LAPD dropped the ball when they had him surrounded. With the eyes of the country on them, they should’ve just hunkered down and waited him out. They could’ve used smoke and gas even if it took days to conclude it. He would’ve either come out or just killed himself as he did. The LAPD would’ve looked good in the eyes of the country had they at least tried to bring him in alive. But now people will just think that, yeah, Dorner acted evilly, but he was right about the LAPD. Bad, bad decisions by everybody.

    On a completely different case, law enforcement worked professionally and flawlessly when the guy took the kid hostage in Alabama (I think it was Alabama). I was very proud of the various law enforcement agencies working together, stopping a madman, and rescuing a child. That guy was right-leaning, but at the end of the day his political views takes a backseat to the fact he was just a paranoid, misanthropic asshole. There’s plenty of those on both sides of the political spectrum.

  4. Scott Kirwin:

    The sad thing is that there is something clearly wrong with the LAPD although not exactly what Dorner was rambling about. Still, had he taken a more noble approach to his grievances (shooting a 28 year old woman in cold blood? And this guy is being portrayed as a hero by some? Are you f***ing kidding me?) he could have accomplished much more. What is it with that force? It was a broken/corrupt institution long before Rodney King, and apparently nothing has changed.

    As for the media coverage, it impacts me directly because I am considered by some a “right wing extremist” and “gun nut.” Of course such people conveniently forget that I am pro-Gay rights, pro-choice (and pro-life – yes it’s possible to be both), take the Bill of Rights seriously and in our home do the vast majority of housekeeping, cooking and other things considered traditionally as “women’s work.” But such talk inevitably makes my life more difficult.

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