Why Does No One Care The Government Financed The Dark Knight Shooter's Attacks?Chris | InformationLiberation
Jul. 23, 2012
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It came out days ago, yet it got very little coverage. The Dark Knight shooter, James Holmes was collecting unemployment checks.
It hasn't been reported for how long he was collecting the checks, but it was reported he was looking for work for two years, over that time he could have collected unemployment not just for 6 months, but for a total of 18 months thanks to Obama and congress extending unemployment benefits for another 12 months. Depending how much he was receiving, if he got a conservative $400 a week, or $1,733 a month, the government would have given him a war chest of $20,800. That would explain how a broke college student may have had the money to amass potentially $10,000-$20,000 worth of guns, ammunition, armor, and bombs. The government may have literally financed his act of terrorism.
Where is the outrage? All over TV they're saying we need to ban guns as they enabled his attack, but where are the calls to ban welfare which enabled him to buy his guns?
This is someone who truly did not "get there on his own," he was paid by the government for not working, and the money he received went towards financing his mass murder. Maybe if he actually had to work for his money he wouldn't have spent it all on killing people.
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