White, Right-Wing, Tea Party Extremist Shoots Up Movie Theater, Killing Two And ‘Terrorist’ Isn’t Uttered Once (VIDEO)

A showing of Amy Schumer’s new comedy “Trainwreck” turned into a bloodbath in a Lafayette, Louisiana movie theater. John Russel Houser, 59, a confirmed rabid right-winger, entered the 7 p.m. showing of the movie and opened fire on moviegoers, killing two and injuring nine. Unsurprisingly, the word “terrorist” has not been uttered once in reference to the shooter.

Police say Houser entered the Grand Theater 16 shortly after the showing began and started shooting. The two fatalities were both young women; Mayci Breaux, 21, died at the scene and 33-year-old Jillian Johnson died at the hospital later. Houser also injured nine other moviegoers, two of them teachers, before he killed himself.

Police say the shooter was a “drifter” who moved to Lafayette recently from Alabama. They said they have no idea what made him enter the mover theater and start shooting, but police think that he had hoped to get away.

It appears he was intent on shooting and escaping,” Lafayette Police Chief Jim Craft said of the shooter. “The quick law enforcement response pushed him back into the theater.”

Here we have another angry, white mass shooter, who apparently has ties to white supremacist groups, as well as the Tea Party and nobody is calling him a terrorist, interesting isn’t it?

Just last month another right-wing terrorist, Dylann Roof, entered a historic church in South Carolina and gunned down nine African-American churchgoers and the media, police and politicians refused to call him a terrorist too.

Last week, a brown guy named Muhammad Abdulazeez, attacked to military installations, killing five and he was labeled a “terrorist” as soon as his identity was revealed. All the same people, who refused to call Roof a terrorist, were suddenly freely throwing the word around.

Now we have this new shooting and nobody is calling him anything other than a “59-year-old white shooter.” Why is that?

This guy was obviously a terrorist. He is a terrorist with right-wing ties and his very own Tea Party page. According to The Daily Beast:

A Google search for the name reveals a Tea Party Nation page registered to a person with that name. Authorities have not confirmed whether the page, registered in June 2013, belonged to the shooter. The owner of the Tea Party Nation page identifies his hometown as Phenix, Alabama. He appears to have called himself Rusty Houser on another forum in which he describes himself as “very conservative” and asks how to find white-power groups.

Raw Story reports that, in addition to his right-wing ties, Houser has a history of violence and mental health problems:

He was treated in 2008 and 2009 for mental health problems after his wife and other family members took out a temporary protective order against him for extreme erratic behavior and has made ominous as well as disturbing statements.”

His ex-wife, Kellie Houser, said he was so mentally unstable that she removed all of the guns from her home. In 2006 he was turned down for concealed carry permit because of a conviction for arson in Georgia.

In a 2013 post he expressed that he loathed President Obama (not surprising for a white supremacist):

Here is something that is truly funny: since I accepted this it came to me that the president is doing exactly what Tim McVeigh did, only the president is much more effective. The way I see it,the faster he wrecks this nation, which in no way resembles what it’s founders envisioned, the faster working people with morals may re-assume command.ie

Ironic that a guy who would go on to commit an act of domestic terrorism, would compare Obama to the Oklahoma City Bomber.

The vapid right-wing will use this as an opportunity to scream “MOAR GUNZ!” and they will completely ignore that this guy was one of them. He wasn’t brown. He wasn’t Muslim. He wasn’t a foreigner. He wasn’t a liberal. He was a domestic terrorist created by the angry right, who will deny it; they will never admit that he is a product of their hate, because they are incapable of taking responsibility for anything.



Addicting Info writer John Prager contributed to this story

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