August 23, 2012
Just in case you were not aware, there are massive double standards for the government. It is very Orwellian as all are equal, but some are more equal than others.
What has happened now that shows in the eyes of our government, some are more equal than others?
Floyd Corkins, the man who shot and wounded a guard at the Family Research Council last week and but for the heroism guard, probably would have committed a mass murder, has been indicted by a Federal Grand Jury in Washington.
He’s been indicted for Interstate Transportation of a Firearm and Ammunition, assault with intent to commit murder while armed and possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony.
Corkins went to the FRC, started shooting and when he was stopped, he begged not to be shot saying that he had nothing against the individuals, but he did not like the politics of the FRC.
Gee, if a Christian had attacked a gay group based on his dislike of their politics and their opinions, do you have any doubt that there would be a hate crime charge?
Hate crimes are reserved for the favored political groups. In America, there is a concept called equal justice. You can be the richest man or woman in the county, the state or the nation and you are treated the same as the poorest man or woman. You can be the most hated and despised man or woman in the nation and you get a fair trial. You can be a totally disgusting individual but if you are the victim of a crime and the police can catch the perpetrator of the crime, you get your day in court, just as if you were the President of the United States.
This is no longer true. Thanks to the hate crimes statutes, we have separate and unequal justice. If you are deemed to be a member of a special group, you get special protections. If you are not, then you do not.
Why did Corkins go to the FRC with 15 Chick-Fil-A bags in his backpack other than to send a message when he killed those people?
So the message from the Obama Regime is clear. If you are a victim of a crime, you are equal but there are some victims who are more equal and who will get better justice
- “Pro-gay” Frc Shooter Gets “Special Rights” (whitenewsnow.com)
- Alleged Family Research Council shooter indicted; No hate crime or terrorism charges (twitchy.com)
- FRC Shooting Suspect Indicted, But Not for Hate Crimes or Terrorism (theatlanticwire.com)
- Document drop: Indictment against accused Family Research Council shooter Floyd Lee Corkins (michellemalkin.com)