"True to form, and consistent with Rahm Emanuel’s advocacy to never let a serious crisis go to waste, citizen disarmament swindlers and other totalitarian lobby shills have taken to social and 'regular' media to lay blame for Friday’s Colorado Planned Parenthood murders on groups that stand in the way of their goals. Those include gun owners, right to life activists, Republicans, Christians, white males, and others 'progressives' view as impediments and threats to their objective of total control. That’s typical collectivist thinking. Blame a group you want to marginalize and demonize for the actions of a misfit aberration, and draw fraudulent generalized conclusions from which to infringe on rights and increase the state’s control."
WND reports: "As it turns out, Dear’s not even a Republican — he’s registered to vote in Park County, Colorado, as unaffiliated. And as a female! Voter registration information posted by Gateway Pundit gives Dear’s address and notes, 'Her voting status is: Active. She is unaffiliated.'" The guy was also a skinny-dipping peeping tom and animal torturer from Black Mountain NC, who, according to neighbors was "barely cognitive."
From this, I guess we could profitably investigate his links to notorious racist lawyer (and FBI snitch) Kirk Lyons, right?
On the other hand, he lists his political party as "UAF." And what is the UAF, you might wonder? Unite Against Fascism (UAF) is an anti-fascist pressure group in the United Kingdom, with support from politicians of the three largest political parties in the House of Commons, including the current Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron and the late Labour politician Tony Benn. It describes itself as a national campaign with the aim of alerting British society to a perceived threat of fascism and the far right — in particular the British National Party (BNP) . . . As of 2014, its honorary presidents are Doreen Lawrence, Baroness Lawrence of Clarendon and Ken Livingstone. Its joint secretaries are Weyman Bennett of the Socialist Workers Party and the Anti-Nazi League, and Sabby Dhalu, formerly of the National Assembly Against Racism (NAAR). One of the UAF vice-chairs is Azad Ali, who in 2009 was suspended as a civil servant in the Treasury after he wrote approvingly on his blog of an Islamic militant who said that as a Muslim he is religiously obliged to kill British soldiers in Iraq.
So rather than a right-winger, he's a collectivist that swings both ways? Or maybe he's just a nutburger. To use the Washington Post headline about Aryan Republican Army terrorist and bankrobber Pete Langan: He's a "cross-dressing, transsexual neo-Nazi bank robber (and one confused human being)."