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‘Society is Bulls*it’: Hispanic Gunman Commits Mass Shooting After Calling His Shot on Social Media

Armando “Junior” Hernandez is the alleged shooter.



An alleged Hispanic mass shooter from Arizona is in custody after he shot up an Arizona mall and wounded three individuals to reportedly “get back at mean society.”

“Hello, I’m going to be the shooter of Westgate 2020. This is to get back at mean society. So let’s get this done,” a man believed to be Armando “Junior” Hernandez said in a Snapchat post.

A victim is in critical condition and two others are expected to recover after being shot by an individual believed to be Hernandez who attacked the Westage Entertainment District in Glendale, Ariz.

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The Glendale Police Department warned individuals to stay out of the area and then informed the public when the suspect was apprehended through social media:

The suspected shooter can be could be seen in this video boasting before he did it over social media:

As the perpetrator shot a woman, she stated “I have nothing to do with that!” and “You already shot me, dude!” Law enforcement has yet to verify the authenticity of the claim.

A witness described the horrific scene:

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey and Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers expressed their condolences at the terrible events that took place:

Democrat lawmakers are already exploiting the incident to destroy the 2nd Amendment rights of the people:

As of right know, the alleged shooter’s motive remains unknown besides his anguish against society:

“I have no idea why he did this,” Hernandez’s mother told 12 News reporter Mitch Carr.

Terrifying video captured during the mass shooting shows individuals running for their lives as the gunman went about his rampage:

While the fake news media likes to paint mass shootings as a strictly white phenomenon, nothing could be further from the truth.

Big League Politics has reported on other dangerous minorities who exploited diversity and used it as an excuse to commit heinous actions:

Last week, an African-American shooter murdered five of his former co-workers, all of whom just so happened to be of a different race than the killer, at the Molson Coors Brewery in Milwaukee, Wisc.

If this had been a Caucasian shooter targeting co-workers of a different race, there would have been wall-to-wall coverage about the racist intent of the shooter. However, since the shoe was on the other foot, the fake news media turned their eye on the supposedly racist atmosphere at the brewery as being the reasoning behind the shooting.

The perpetrator of the heinous murders, 51-year-old electrician Anthony N. Ferrill, had a long history of whining about alleged and unproven racist acts happening to him on the job.

“The dispute may have had racial overtones. Ferrill was African American, and accused the brewery of discriminating against him. He had talked of suing the company, the worker said. Ferrill had complained that employees were coming into his home, bugging his computer, moving chairs around,” the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.

Instead of dismissing these accusations as the ravings of a madman, the fake news ran with them and used them in an attempt to paint the killer in a sympathetic light.

CNN ran a story titled “Noose once placed on locker of shooter at Molson Coors, company says” while the Washington Post ran a story titled “Noose found on gunman’s locker at Milwaukee Coors facility years before deadly shooting.”

The fake news media will blame assault rifles and the 2nd Amendment for this shooting, but it is far more likely that multiculturalism resulted in this preventable tragedy.


Canadian Court Rules That Businessman Has the Right to Sue Twitter for Defamation

This could be a gamechanger.



A Canadian court has ruled that Frank Giustra, a billionaire from British Columbia who sits on the board of the Clinton Foundation, is able to sue Twitter for defamation.

Giustra is suing Twitter after users of the platform accused him of being connected to “PizzaGate,” the theory that gained traction on social media that there is a child sex ring of some sort operating out of a ritzy Washington D.C. pizza joint.

B.C. Supreme Court Justice Elliott Myers would not comment on the merits of Giustra’s case when he made his ruling. He noted that Twitter would be protected in American courts due to the 1st Amendment of the Constitution, but those protections might not necessarily apply in the Canadian courts.

“The presumption is that a defendant should be sued in only one jurisdiction for an alleged wrong, but that is not a simple goal to achieve fairly for internet defamation,” Myers wrote.

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“I do not agree with Twitter who argues that ‘of all places in the world, the plaintiff’s reputation has not been harmed in B.C.’,” he added.

Giustra is happy with Myers’ decision and hopes that he is able to hold Twitter accountable once the case is heard in court.

“I hope this lawsuit will help raise public awareness of the real harm to society if social media platforms are not held responsible for the content posted and published on their sites,” he said. 

“I believe that words do matter, and recent events have demonstrated that hate speech can incite violence with deadly consequences,” Giustra added.

Big League Politics has reported on how Twitter and other tech giants have hidden behind legal protections in order to enforce a partisan political agenda:

The communications directors at many Big Tech entities – including Twitter, Facebook, and Snapchat – have been revealed as veteran Democrat Party operatives…

Much of what is posted by Starbuck holds up to journalistic scrutiny. Twitter communications director Nick Pacillo once worked as a spokesman for Democrat vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris while she was California attorney general. It has been alleged that he continues to serve her in his privileged role with Twitter, as supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) believe the platform blocked donations for their preferred presidential candidate while he was running against Harris.

Meanwhile Andy Stone – who serves as Facebook’s Policy Communications Director – has been working in various capacities to assure Democrat victory for over a decade. He was celebrated for his career of service to the Democrats when he joined their House Majority PAC in 2012…

If Big Tech cannot be defeated in the courts, a full-scale nationalization of these entities may be the last option to stop the permanent manifestation of the Orwellian nightmare.

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