In the never ending quest of both Barack Obama and the mainstream media to paint a picture of the Dallas Killer as somehow mentally ill, holes are starting to be poked into that particular myth.
Case in point: Breitbart.com has recently cited that Barack Obama has stating the Dallas Killer was “demented.” With Obama’s medical diagnosis now a matter of public record, said diagnosis is providing more questions than answers.
Despite Obama’s track record of erroneously claiming he was once a Constitutional Law professor, it’s widely understood he’s never earned his medical degree. Hence, his diagnosis has much more to do with hyperbole and forwarding his agenda than it does with legitimate medical science.
But wait, there’s more. The good folks at The New York Times also cited yet another sound medical diagnosis from Doctor Obama:
“As we’ve seen in a whole range of incidents with mass shooters, they are, by definition, troubled,” Mr. Obama said. “By definition, if you shoot people who pose no threat to you — strangers — you have a troubled mind. What triggers that, what feeds it, what sets it off, I’ll leave that to psychologists and people who study these kinds of incidents.”
Interestingly enough, The Times managed to uncover certain tidbits of information that Obama seemed to miss, despite him having the full investigatory power of the federal government behind him:
[The killer] “liked” two groups that seem to shed light on his ideological views. One was the New Black Panther Party, which was founded in Dallas, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. The Anti-Defamation League calls it “the largest organized anti-Semitic and racist black militant group in the United States.”
The other group was the African American Defense League, which was formed in 2014 by a man named Mauricelm-lei Millere.
“Millere is known for calling for violence against police specifically, on a regular basis,” said Oren Segal, the director of the Anti-Defamation League’s Center on Extremism. “Usually after a high profile police-related shooting he takes to social media to encourage violence against police.”
After the killing of Laquan McDonald in Chicago, Mr. Millere called for “death to every blue, bastard, hypocrites, killer pig across the nation,” according to Mr. Segal.
Maybe, just maybe, the Dallas Killer was just a scumbag that wanted to kill a bunch of white people. Especially white people who wore police officer’s and sheriff’s deputies badges.
Additionally, the New York Daily News has reported that during the killer’s standard six year hitch in the Army Reserve, there was never a medical diagnosis of being mentally ill. Interestingly enough, the murderer was given a clean bill of health, both physical and mental by the US Army prior to his discharge.
Then comes the myth that the now dead killer was somehow tweaked in the brain due to experiences in Afghanistan. As it turns out, the only action this Army trained carpenter and brick mason saw (or didn’t see, as the case may be) was sexually harassing a fellow Reservist in Afghanistan by the name of Ana Ma. Note: The Dallas Killer was never charged nor even investigated for rape or attempted rape, but sexual harassment, period.
During the course of his six year term of enlistment, the highest rank this individual managed to be promoted to was PFC (Private First Class). Regarding his sexual harassment troubles, they were so severe, he managed to received an Honorable Discharge at the end of enlistment *sarcasm off*.
As quoted by the killer’s lawyer, Jordan Glendening:
[The killer] was sent back to the U.S. with a recommendation for an “other than honorable” Army discharge, the lawyer said.
But Glendening said he never saw any signs that [the killer] might turn homicidal.
“There was nothing about my interaction with him that would lead me to believe he would commit any criminal misconduct, let alone what he’s accused of now,” the lawyer said.
[The killer’s] Army separation case was referred to Glendening in August 2014. Johnson later received an honorable discharge for reasons that remain unclear to his lawyer.
[The killer] would have been screened for mental health issues, including posttraumatic stress disorder, and brain injury before his discharge to see if he suffered a disorder that qualified him for disability, Glendening said.
“They have to pass that in order to be cleared for separation,” he said. “If the Army did what it’s supposed to do, he would have gone through that process.”