Bob Owens

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ANOTHER conservative blogger SWATted by leftist domestic terrorists

Written By: Bob - Jun• 26•12

I’ve written about leftist terrorist/”Speedway Bomber” Brett Kimberlin and his Tides Foundation/Sorso funded allies before, and their potentially deadly tactic of spoofing a 911 call from  a conservative blogger’s phone number, telling cops that the blogger has murdered his wife.

The tactic, known as “SWATting,” is designed to send a heavily-armed and hyped police response to the blogger’s home, in hopes that trigger happy officers will shoot and kill the blogger in question. So far, the tactic has failed to have the desired result, but that has not kept the left terrorists from trying it again and again.

Last night, Brett Kimberlin lawfare target Aaron Walker became the latest victim of this potentially deadly crime:

No joke. It happened around 6 p.m. Eastern. I briefly talked with one of the police officers at the scene, who confirmed that someone had called saying he had shot his wife, and sent officers to Aaron’s address.

I just got off the phone with Aaron and he and his wife are a little shaken up but OK. According to Aaron, the officers had machine guns but did not point them at Aaron. They were quickly able to determine it was a hoax.

That was from Patterico, a previous SWATting victim. Aaron posted his own followup later in the night.

These are the acts of terrorists. Leftist political terrorists, known to be funded by liberal foundations. As they are leftists, they will not be pursued by Eric Holder’s Justice Department, and there will be no accountability while Barack OBama remains in office.

If we want justice, we need to elect a President that American law is to be respected and not abused, and who will appoint an Attorney General interested in enforcing laws, not breaking them.

The radical left is getting dangerously desperate and is trying to draw literal blood from conservative bloggers.

We will not be silenced.

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