There are people out there who will believe anything they read, anything they hear, or anything they watch on television. They lack the capacity to filter out the probable from improbable; the ability to do their own research and make up their own minds based on facts, and not one-sided rhetoric. Such an individual is Robert Lewis Dear, who apparently believed the recent Planned Parenthood videos created by David Daleiden and the Center for Medical Progress and set out to murder people.
Similar to the bartender who serves a drunk too many drinks then lets that person get behind the wheel, Daleiden and his ilk are surely responsible for the acts of people influenced by the heavily-doctored videos which attempted to convince America that Planned Parenthood clinics were harvesting fetal body parts to sell. Case in point: Robert Lewis Dear, who muttered the words “no more baby parts” after being taken into custody by police.
It is beyond intolerable that Daleiden is now singing a different tune, stating that he abhors the violence that took place in Colorado Springs this weekend. This piece of sh*t actually had the temerity to say,
The Center for Medical Progress condemns the barbaric killing spree in Colorado Springs by a violent madman. We applaud the heroic efforts of law enforcement to stop the violence quickly and rescue the victims, and our thoughts and prayers are with the wounded, the lost, and their families.
Too little, too late, Daleiden. The blood of three people who died and others who are still suffering from physical and psychological wounds is on your hands. You should be charged with accessory before the fact, no different than that bartender serving too many drinks to the alcoholic all too ready to accept them. You prey on the weak-minded among us, and when they act on the swill you spew, you have the gall to stand back and act surprised, condemning the very violence you choose to incite?
Here’s a video of David Daleiden admitting that the ‘fetus on the table’ was a miscarriage … not an abortion.
Featured image courtesy of cbs.com.