I'm not judging AN individual. I'm making the point that ISIS is our enemy and they are killing us. They come here undercover, so to speak, just like they have penetrated into Western Europe, but so far on a lesser degree.
Careful Risen... if you wait that long, what they do may just blow up in your face.
July 30, 2016 at 3:47pm
Hannah — “When thugs like BLM can tell police how to act, you are becoming a fascist nation”
You need to work on your definition of fascism if you think it is citizens putting limits on what the state acts in relations to its citizens.
What utter stupidity. “If police can’t arrest people without cause, that’s fascism!”
 July 24, 2016 at 9:40am
The Blaze only covers a very small portion of his monologue, and not even the main point of it.
He rightly points out that the Republican base, along with talking heads opinion makers like Sean Hannity, have sold out their principles to support Trump, who embodies the very same criticisms they’ve made about Obama and the Democrats for eight years now. Hannity is an unprincipled buffoon and Stewart is right to call him out on it.
 July 20, 2016 at 6:40pm
Milo Yiannopolous is complaining about being banned from Twitter for his doucebag behavior?
You mean the same Milo Yiannopolous who just four years ago said the government should ban people like him from the internet?
Conservative hatred trumps reason and logic every time. The list of bogeymen is too long to count.
 July 20, 2016 at 6:37pm
That describes Milo perfectly.
 July 20, 2016 at 6:36pm
Milo is a fascist.
[-8] July 17, 2016 at 10:11pm
Mr. Loomis’ police department gives badges and guns to men unfit for both, that result in needless shootings. Then people like Mr. Loomis stand up for those bad officers.
People like Mr. Loomis stand in the way of justice reform, reforms that would save the lives of civilians and officers.
People like Mr. Loomis characterize criticism of bad officers as criticism of all police, further driving divisions between us.
People like Mr. Loomis defend the most egregious actions of the worst officers.
People like Mr. Loomis defend bad laws that drive bad interactions between civilians and police.
It is people like Mr. Loomis, and Glenn Beck, and most of the commentators here, that has blood on their hands. They are responsible for the anger. They are responsible for the deaths of every single officer in Dallas and Baton Rouge.
I wonder that people so fine as you apparently imagine yourself to be have neither the intelligence, fortitude, or physical wherewithal, to even apply for such a demanding position as police officer in order that we might have the fine constabulary you require. That you don’t appear to even understand the sort of comradery and loyalty that Detective Loomis is capable of is a reflection on you, not him. You would make a very poor neighbor or friend. It’s unlikely that you actually know anything about Detective Loomis. Having read a number of your comments I know that you are a liar, an imbecile, a fool, and a genuinely bad person. You can change, of course. That you should CHOOSE not to boggles the mind. Glenn Beck and DETECTIVE Loomis (I grant him respect not due to you as I imagine it impossible for you to detect your own ass with both hands cuffed behind you. Been there much?) speak on the subject taking more time, and gathering more information, than either you or the president of the United States who’s so smart he requires no information at all. You two have a lot in common. We all get that there’ll never be a murder of police, over whose graves you salivate, that you disapprove of enough to defend anyone but the murderer. I sincerely hope you’re well known to the local police so that you KNOW they’d think twice should you call. Then, when they inevitably help anyway, you’ll know (as I already do) that, without exception, the least of them are better people than you
The PROGRESSIVE'S are out in full force! They have been given the order’s to spread and defend the lies of the left progressive traitor’s they have become! they are in reality small in number’s, but with the voices of the media have create the illusion they are many! This help to keep the sheep they have created in line with there lie’s and untruth’s they have planted into there “SHEEP!”.
July 17, 2016 at 10:07pm
Let’s not forget that other Bundy supporters were ready to kill law enforcement officers over cattle.
And let’s not forget the militia men who took over the wildlife refuge, threatened law enforcement officers, then tried to run them down.
But that’s okay, as commentators at the Blaze repeatedly told us. Those brave men were just exercising their Constitutional rights to kill police officers.
[-1] July 17, 2016 at 10:02pm
Early reports were that the he and the other supposed gunmen (that turned out not to exist) were shooting at each other before the police arrived.
July 17, 2016 at 10:02pm
He very well could have been.
July 17, 2016 at 10:01pm
I wonder if we’ll hear, like the Dallas shooter, he tried to get help but was turned away.
Not that it matters. Beck and the right will dismiss that, like they do any time the health of our veterans in brought up.
[-3] July 17, 2016 at 9:59pm
Another former Marine.
Like the Dallas shooter. We we find that this veteran to went overseas and came back a changed man, unable to get help from the people who sent him off to fight?
The Dallas shooter tries to get help from the VA, and is turned away.
But what Beck and company want to focus on is instead that he heard a speech on BET that they didn’t like. So therefore, that must be what caused the shooter to kill police officers.
We’ll just continue to ignore the mental health issues among our veterans, continue to ignore them when they ask for help. Because it doesn’t fit the political agenda we are trying to push.
Bullcrap! I did 10 years of military service, spent most of it overseas, also did a combat tour, and I didn't come back wanting to kill police officers & white people.
This crap starts with the feeble minded & entitlement mentality, they listen to BHO, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, BLM, Louis Farrakhan & the NBPP or some other poverty pimp that they're victims of whitey & police, then whipped into a frenzy to act out on it.
This is just another form of terrorism pure & simple, they & it should be treated as such....
[-4] July 17, 2016 at 9:55pm
You still haven’t connected a single shooting to Black Lives Matter.
There are some reports coming out from witnesses at the scene that he was shooting before police arrived. That was he not originally targeting police, but shot the officers when they arrived in response.
He: He was shooting so that someone would call the police into a trap. Imagination much?
Yes, those are called false leads to distort the story.
He drove to Baton Rouge from KS, MO to randomly shoot some civilians? Who none seem to have been injured, but when engaged by law enforcement, he was able to fatally shoot 3 and wound 3 more?
Nah, he was there to kill cops.
Do you think he might have been trying to draw the attention of the police? Maybe just maybe??
[-4] July 15, 2016 at 7:54am
ConservativeInOhio — if she were causing a problem, why aren’t the cops right in front of her doing anything? That proves she was not causing any problem.
Of course, she was born Black, so to you and the other racists here, that is a crime in and of itself.
 July 15, 2016 at 7:50am
“Those Muslims who are American are protected under the Constitution. They deserve protection under our law.”
And yet you argue against those same protections.
[-1] July 15, 2016 at 7:49am
From the comments here, it is clear that the biggest threat to the republic and our Constitution is not radical Islam — but the people in these very comments, who would sacrifice the Constitution and their own liberty to satisfy their cowardice.
I think much of what Newt suggested can be accomplished within the framework of the Constitution if Congress were to declare war. The executive branch has a lot more discretion to do some of these things. That is a scary proposition, admittedly.
Due process is the key.