20 November 2022

How about Some F%$#Ing Gun Control Laws?

Another mass shooting, this one in Colorado, and once again, the police appeared about as useful as tits on a bull.

Patrons of the LGBTQ Club Q had wrestled the man to the ground and disarmed him by the time that police arrived.

It also appears that police had ignored prior violent behavior and weapons possession of the alleged shooter, Anderson Lee Aldrich, for quite some time.

This happened in Colorado Springs, which should surprise no one, as it is ground zero for Talibaptist terror organizations like Focus on the Family and the Family Research Council:

Screams and gunshots interrupted dance music late Saturday night at a beloved gay nightclub in Colorado Springs when a gunman killed five people and wounded at least 25 before patrons stopped him.

Joshua Thurman at first mistook the gunfire as part of the music, but hid in a dressing room when he realized something was wrong. Thurman, who is gay, lives just down the street from the club and has been going there for years, he said.

“Club Q is the only LGBTQ space in Colorado Springs,” he said. “And we don’t even have that anymore. What are we going to do? How do we move on from this? We can’t. We’re shattered. We’re broken.”

Colorado Springs police Chief Adrian Vasquez identified the suspect as 22-year-old Anderson Lee Aldrich at a news conference Sunday morning. Investigators recovered two guns on the scene and said Aldrich used a long gun during the shooting. Aldrich remained in a local hospital Sunday.


A man of the same name and age was arrested on suspicion of multiple felonies in June 2021 for allegedly threatening his mother with a bomb and other weapons. Colorado Springs officials would not comment Sunday on the 2021 incident or whether they believed the same man was responsible for Saturday night’s shooting.


The mass shooting at the club is at least the 11th in Colorado since 1993. The shooting occurred minutes before Transgender Day of Remembrance began and as homophobic rhetoric by extremists, politicians and pundits has intensified.

“You can draw a straight line from the false and vile rhetoric about LGBTQ people spread by extremists and amplified across social media, to the nearly 300 anti-LGBTQ bills introduced this year, to the dozens of attacks on our community like this one,” said Sarah Kate Ellis, president and CEO of the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation.

Ground zero for homophobic hate in the United States?  Colorado Springs, Colorado, where James Dobson's coterie of brown-shirts are based.

I am not sure hot to deal with the stochastic terrorism so enthusiastically embraced by Dobson and his ilk, but a way needs to be found/


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