I’ve about reached my limit with the amorality of right wing bigots and malcontents who will exploit absolutely anyone’s pain and suffering in furtherance of their insane ideologies, so I’m sorry, but I really don’t have the energy to rebut much of this. I’m simply going to give you three quotes/videos from three wingnuts who very obviously care about their worldviews than they do about the actual shooting victims and their families in Aurora. I simply want more people to hear their messages, as the best thing we can do with these sorts of people is expose them to wider audiences so that normal people may recoil in horror.

Bryan Fischer says it’s the liberals’ fault:

Emmett Tyrrell of the American Spectator, talking to Bryan Fischer:

Tyrrell: These liberals are bloodless, they are just cold-blooded people. They ought to open their hearts to conservatives, frankly. In writing this book, ‘The Death of Liberalism,’ I came to the conclusion that they are dead—they are brain dead—they simply can’t look at anything that contravenes their value system, they turn their back on it…

Fischer: It’s been interesting to me in talking to liberals, and I’m sure you’ve had this same experience, the conclusion I’ve come to is that they cannot be reasoned with because logic means nothing to them, facts mean nothing to them, history means nothing to them, reason means nothing to them. They just have these very strong feelings and the strength of those feelings in their minds is all they need to validate the positions they take. So I’ve just come to the conclusion that liberals cannot be reasoned with they can only be defeated.

Tyrrell: A country that is being forced to turn away from God because of the liberals gets things like the Colorado massacre in abundance, and we will have more of them if we don’t return to God.

As if we didn’t learn about violence in the first place from highly religious people. Moreover, people who bomb abortion/women’s health clinics don’t seem to elicit this response.

In the wake of a national tragedy, it’s always a good idea to incite hatred against half the American population.

Not to be outdone, Matt “Bam Bam” Barber swoops in and somehow out-hates Bryan Fischer. His screed is something to behold, as he ties Aurora to…wait for it…abortion.

Today, children are reared in a culture that glorifies – even worships – death and violence. But brutal crimes such as this are not the cause of our culture of death; they are merely a symptom.

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I submit that our culture of death derives from somewhere far beyond just Hollywood. The “theatre of cruelty” spans from sea to shining sea.

Just one example, though a big one, is America’s ongoing capitulation to the horrific abortion violence carried out under cover of manmade law each day – an equally evil phenomenon.

Beneath the euphemistic banner of “reproductive choice,” hundreds of women elect to have their own babies slaughtered in the womb daily. Children – those who dodged the abortion bullet anyway – aren’t stupid; they’re just young. From this, they can only deduce that, according to our culture, human life is cheap and meaningless.

So why are we surprised when people like the “Batman killer” act accordingly?

Indeed, in our perverse society, a woman exercising her “right to choose” death for her innocent child represents “courage,” while the Batman shooter’s “choice” to kill innocent moviegoers represents cowardice. And it is. They are both acts of cowardice. The only relevant difference is the victims’ age.

Let me be clear: Am I comparing this incredibly wicked, illegal mass murder at Aurora’s Century Theatre to the incredibly wicked, legal mass murder committed at Planned Parenthoods across the country each day? Absolutely – and you can quote me on it.

Sick that he’s more concerned about zygotes inside rape victims than he is about living, breathing human beings. Oh, I know, I’m just a liberal, blathering on about the sanctity of actual human life.

Anything to keep these guys from talking about gun control, though, right, boys? I need to go get some fresh air.