Texas Governor Greg Abbott Discusses Austin Bombings and Suspect Extermination…

Texas Governor Greg Abbott discusses the Austin bombings and how the suspect, 24-year-old Mark Anthony Conditt, was identified and eventually confronted.

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Law enforcement officials identified the suspected Austin bomber — who blew himself up as police closed in on him — as 24-year-old Mark Anthony Conditt, who lived with two roommates in a city suburb. (read more)

Austin Bomber Mark Anthony Conditt pictured in 2013 after high school graduation.

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  1. Patsy says:

    Motive? Fed EX refused to support Davey Hogg’s anti NRA dribble. Nor did stock holders sell when Davey Hogg “demanded” them to. Start there…

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  2. DanO64 says:

    I love a happy ending.

    Liked by 8 people

    • 335blues says:

      I do too.
      But I don’t understand how a 24 year can learn to make sophisticated bombs?

      Liked by 4 people

      • booger71 says:

        It doesn’t take that long to learn, and our military teaches our men and women much younger than 24.

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      • PS says:

        I may date myself, but I knew people who had the Anarchists Cookbook back in the 1990s in college. Since then, timer circuits and advanced electronics have gotten cheaper (see Arduino) so someone with access to chemicals and basic electronics understanding could do a lot of damage. But that has always been the case, where there’s a will there’s a way. Fortunately, large scale attacks like this are rare.

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        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          “the Anarchists Cookbook”

          I bought a copy back in the 1980’s just to see what was in it. It was stolen back in 1995 and I did not need to replace it. It was fairly basic (no inexpensive advanced electronics back then) most people acknowledge “where there’s a will there’s a way”.

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        • Johnny Brando says:

          you can kill more people with rat poison than bombs. it’s not the weapon, it’s the person. anarchist cookbook is just fashionable reading for the anarchist wallflowers

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        • Jimmy Jack says:

          These were not particularly complicated bombs. All this info is available online and on the dark web.

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      • Arkindole says:

        Ya gotta love this “sophisticated” narrative engineering.
        A “trip wire” switch can be made with a matchbook cover and aluminium foil wrapped around the jaws of a clothes pin. Cover pulled out, boom.
        A pressure switch can be made from something available at Dollar tree to light your closet. Lift the lid, boom.
        Now, as for the HE or propellant, that’s the signature. That’s the ticket. How does he get that?

        If those Afgan morons can build effective IEDs, and hide from IR cameras with a survival blanket under a wool blanket, well, you get the picture.

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        • J. Wilkes Boothe says:

          You can find a copy of the U.S. Army improvised munitions manual easily enough too. Bought one in a box of firearms manuals one time years ago. The information is out there for the truly demented if they want it.

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        • Jimmy Jack says:

          You’re right. Sadly people don’t know enough basic physics and chemistry to see this for exactly it is – unsophisticated.

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      • candofeminist says:

        A group of Antifa supporters traveled to Syria to learn bomb making skills. Perhaps he was one of them.

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        • Jimmy Jack says:

          Austin is shockingly full of Antifa, Red Guard, La Raza, BLM, Communists, Free Palestine, ISNA, CAIR etc. And these groups have a nexus.

          People have forgotten very quickly that a leftist supporting anti white black guy stabbed a random white guy to death on campus at UT in broad daylight days after the fraternities were attacked w vandalism and threatened. There is a lot of violent leftist activity here that flies under the radar – and this is basically a big town, not a big city.

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          • suejeanne1 says:

            “keep Austin weird” . . . what a shame (my Mom said it was a nice place many years ago . . . the “keep Austin weird” part was essentially about the music scene, I thought . . . but maybe the really weird weirdos thought that was an engraved invitation

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      • Gina Zmick says:

        Are we even sure he actually died as we’ll never see a body.

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      • joninmd22 says:

        Happens in the Sandbox or Palestine all the time.

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        They’re not sophisticated.

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      • Risasi says:

        Bombs are not hard…not even in an airport terminal…after you’ve gone through security checkpoints: http://terminalcornucopia.com/#weapons

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      • dayallaxeded says:

        There are many manuals, both military and from other sources, that provide info on “improvised” munitions. If GME muzzies with 90 IQs can do it, a smart kid from Austin can do it much much better.

        Tragically this kid made horrible choices about how to use his intelligence and skills. I can’t really come up with a psychological explanation for a reasonably well-raised young man going off in such a random, evil way. The most I can figure is just a total dissatisfaction, confusion, and rejection about all of modern society that sent him over a very evil, hateful, dark edge. Maybe it was a real “mental break” that developed, as schizophrenia and bi-polar conditions often do, without prior warning, in early adulthood.

        I fear, from the way he went out, that he didn’t repent before death. I believe if one is saved by faith in Christ, he wouldn’t lose his salvation through particular sin, but a complete rejection of Christ and embrace of evil–that seems like a different matter altogether. May God comfort, guard and guide those Condit has left behind.

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  3. LBB says:

    Was overjoyed to wake up this morning to hear bomber was no longer a threat.

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  4. drdeb says:

    Praise the Lord!

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  5. Daily Mail SCREAMING “Devout Christian” who is against gay marriage at the top of the page. SMDH.

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  6. Volchek says:

    So…I’m reading that this person was a devout christian, trump supporter, etc…
    No idea if any of that is true. But let’s assume that it is…
    The media goes wild reporting it…
    Yet they are stone cold silent about Steven Paddock’s political/theological views/beliefs and the same about the Bernie supporting loon that shot Rep. Steve Scalise…
    Amazing that…and the cretins in the fMSM expect us critical thinkers to believe they are credible at reporting facts and don’t have some political/leftist bias?

    Seriously?

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      • Marygrace Powers says:

        Wish others would read this post. Spells it out.

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        • Mercenary says:

          Anyone that can, please post this on Twitter. I’m banned on there. Specifically post it as a reply to one of Cernovich’s latest tweets, that will ensure a lot of eyeballs see it and maybe he’ll repost it himself.

          We’ve got to get the facts out there.

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          • Shadrach says:

            Hey Mercenary,
            Read your post. The only thing that worries me is that earlier on the previous blog post here (one posted right before this one), it was demonstrated that the mylife site you quoted can be edited by the public. I didn’t try it myself, but might want to check that possibility out.

            Having said that, even if he is a Trump supporting Christian white guy, and not a Bernie supporting pagan, it doesn’t change the fact that MSM and social media are demonstrably racist, anti-conservative, and anti-male, as you rightly point out.

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            • Mercenary says:

              I didn’t State it as a fact – merely mentioned it’s a social media rumor. I am personally skeptical, although I have also heard he is part of an Antifa cell.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “the cretins in the fMSM expect us critical thinkers to believe they are credible at reporting facts and don’t have some political/leftist bias”

      No, they are going after the millions of dumbed down young-minds-full-of-mush and “low information voters” deceived by the MSM swill. Give them some more cannabis to smoke, while you are at it. Then the “amotivational syndrome” kicks in and they will not care what goes on as long as they can escape from reality.

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  7. Paul Tibbets says:

    Possible package heading to Alex Jones as well.

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    • joeknuckles says:

      Jones always wants to make himself the story. He repeats his own name at least once every 30 seconds. I used to enjoy listening to him, but not so much anymore. I like the other people he has on, except Cernovich, who does the same thing. PJW is great, David Knight is brilliant, even the young kids he has on are better to listen to than Jones. Note to any talk show personality, if you spend too much time talking about yourself, it becomes boring and people will turn you off.

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      • Ackman420 says:

        Like Michael Savage. Loves to self aggrandize and promote his books.

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      • jonvil says:

        The low quality of the commenters on his site bothers me even more…

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      • Running Fast says:

        To clarify this is your humble opinion (yho)… Personally I like Mr Jones a lot and believe he has been one of the most effective red pill agents this country has ever had. Love him or hate the reality is the dude works his behind off and puts himself at serious risk.

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        • Jimmy Jack says:

          And he’s right about the frogs turning gay. Lol. The Japanese scientific community has been saying this for years but Jones is constantly smeared for this.

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          • backwoodsgirl123 says:

            Some people have favorite words! LOL! I fell in love with spontaneousparthenogenesis!

            It means that a frog, without any sperm can give birth to an exact clone of itself!

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      • joninmd22 says:

        Sounds like Mark Levin. Did you know Levin was the Chief of Staff to an Attorney General Ed Meese in the Reagan Administration?

        Don’t worry as he’ll remind you of that bit of trivia every 5 minutes after hawking his latest book.

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    • Notmeagain says:

      Yeah, The_Donald was on this AMA like white on rice and no doubt someone reported it to the police. But they are the villains according to the left. (which, if you don’t read reddit, is laughable, 90% hates the posters on The_Donald)

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  8. burnett044 says:

    yes ..the spin begins..
    Shocked neighbors described Conditt as a quiet, studious young man who came from a good family.

    His blog posts from 2012 indicate he was in favor of the death penalty and was against gay marriage and abortion. He identified himself as a conservative but said he was not politically engaged.

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    • FofBW says:

      Give it a week, maybe less. It will be all forgotten and in the rear view mirror.

      In the mean time, trolls are raking in the dough.

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    • Nigella says:

      And so it begins

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    • singingsoul says:

      burnett044 says:
      “His blog posts from 2012 indicate he was in favor of the death penalty and was against gay marriage and abortion. He identified himself as a conservative but said he was not politically engaged.”
      _______________________________________
      He was young in 2012 maybe still had values of his family but much can happen between 2012 and 2018.
      He might have gotten into the wrong crowed or on drugs or was rejected by UPS..?
      Maybe he was one of those kids who was put on drugs as a kid..? Who know!.
      Sad for the family and sad for the victims.

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      • Theo West says:

        He was 17 or 18 in 2012, and homeschooled. Then he went to college for two years, Austin Community College, but did not graduate. Was he shocked or brainwashed there? Homeschooled kids can be shocked by what they get exposed to in college and lose it for awhile if not prepared for it, I’ve known some.

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        • mightyconservative says:

          I homeschooled from K-12. My kids were not shocked when they went to college. They were considerably more prepared for, and engaged in, class than their peers. Believe it or not, homeschooled kids ARE aware of current events and do not operate in a vacuum.

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          • Truthfilter says:

            You are correct. I’m a retired public school teacher. I was around when the homeschooling trend started. The idea that homeschooled kids aren’t socially or psychologically prepared for the real world is an old, worn out narrative. I’ve encountered many who were homeschooled and then entered regular school in the secondary years. They scored better on tests and showed superb confidence and leadership skills. In fact, I can’t name one situation where a previously homeschooled student didn’t thrive in a regular classroom setting.

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            • Truthfilter says:

              Need to clarify: I have seen several failed attempts by parents who took their struggling teenager out of school and tried to homeschool via online courses.

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          • dayallaxeded says:

            Depends on the “teacher” and home-schooling environment. I have relatives who were supposedly being home-schooled by their grifter mom, but it eventually became evident that they weren’t getting taught anything of value. Their dad put them in parochial schools and they were able to catch up after a couple of years of remedial classes. I’m all for home schooling, but it’s gotta be done right and with a community to provide some support and standards or it can go way off the rails.

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      • Pam says:

        So so true. No matter how good your upbringing is and even if you factor in that a kid had both parents in the home, things can still go wrong. Once a kid leaves home, all anyone can do is pray that the path they were on that they continue it once they are no longer under the watchful eyes of parents or other good role models. The rest is up to God.

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        • flova says:

          Pam

          Blowing people up reminds me of young Bill Ayers who told the NYT reporter that when he was a young kid he was fascinated with explosives. He went on to instigate bombings in the 1970’s. This kind of mental state begins very early on, way before adolesence.. Ayers’ father was a communist inspired millionaire. Don;t know about his mother but it’s apparent Ayers had huge father issues.

          Who knows what goes on behind closed doors from birth. Old African proverb: ‘if you want to know the end, look at the beginning.’

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          • dayallaxeded says:

            I’ve always loved fireworks and fire–as a young, latch-key kid, used to play around with creating movie-like vignettes with model cars and planes going through or crashing in flames. NEVER wanted to kill or maim anyone. Crossing the line between “playing” with dangerous stuff and using it to harm others is a significant step. I do think it is something that tends to be part of how people are wired, either from birth or following some significant life event, including a change in brain chemistry.

            I’ve seen people go off the deep end mentally (fortunately, not violently) due to drug use and after pregnancy–big changes in brain chemistry. Wonder if they’ll do an examination of the bomber’s brain and tox scans to see what drugs he might have been using and whether there was something identifiable going on in his brain that might have triggered this seemingly weird change of character.

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      • Kristin says:

        Yeah… 4 years in a high school kid’s life are a lot of years and critical. 4 years ago I had different views on certain things and I am further in my adult years.
        All depending in what company this young man was.
        Leftisme is a virulent disease.

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    • Mr. T. says:

      The creep was also against requiring convicted sex offenders to register with local law enforcement. Yeah, just what every neighborhood needs is for a convicted sex offender, especially one who molested a child, to move into a neighborhood without any notice given to the neighbors by the police.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      Another neighbor said the house was weird w people coming and going at all hours. So there’s that.

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      • Rhoda R says:

        Three young men rooming in one house? Of course there are going to be people coming and going at all hours! It would worry me more if they had all been middle aged.

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  9. jmclever says:

    Not ex-military, unemployed but still had money to buy components and make more than one type of bomb and mail them out and pay for motel room. Doesn’t add up. This kid’s someone’s patsy.

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  10. lcpusa says:

    he’s apparently a democrat….no surprise

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  11. MIKE says:

    Let the spleckle-atin’ and Trump supporter innuendos begin. I hope TRUMP TRUMP TRUMP cuts off the media financing via EO issued on 12/21/17. Tired of these collaborators.

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  12. talkietina says:

    This a Q post from today. The anons on #qanon are saying Q is under arrest for his Boom Boom Boom posts.

    The FBI opened a case on “Q” today re: ‘Boom’ statements and now the TX bombings.
    Coordinated to end comms here.
    Predictable.
    They are scared [4am].
    They will fail.
    We know the details.
    [Wednesday].
    Q

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    • I don’t tweet. Can you inform me how to identify the Time the tweet above was sent, and the Timezone. US, or outside US and their local Time. I saw it as early am when looking. Just after midnight on the header. then he said 4am inside the brackets. isn’t around 4 am when the suspect was stopped in Austin.

      (Mar 21 2018 00:21:18)

      21 minutes after Midnight. How is the Time Determined for the post depending on location

      Q !UW.yye1fxo
      739281
      The FBI opened a case on “Q” today re: ‘Boom’ statements and now the TX bombings.
      Coordinated to end comms here.
      Predictable.
      They are scared [4am].

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      • talkietina says:

        I think it east coast time.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        [4AM] is a metaphor for the MSM, based on their daily early-morning narrative coordination – something which was revealed by a CNN leaker a while back. I watched that carefully, so “4AM” made immediate sense to me. Q’s initial use of this term provides enough contextual hints that one can see this, and then see how it fits in repeated uses to mean “MSM”.

        Q’s communications style is very interesting to me, because it’s very intelligent, borders on poetry, and uses things which are known about the differences between Trump’s followers and his detractors. It’s not “just your average LARP”, so to speak. I have referred to Q as “either a larpy leak or a leaky larp”.

        Much of what Q says, interpreted properly, is NOT “new information” – which makes it all very LARPy. Most of the very exciting and OMG “Q BS” which I see is just WRONG or WISHFUL interpretation and even WILLFUL misinterpretation. If one interprets conservatively, and carefully, Q appears to be what he probably is – somebody who is getting SOME insider information, but is not “high-up” in things. His view is LIMITED, BIASED and PREJUDICED, just like other leakers, such as Bill Cooper.

        Take another term – not [4AM] which is quite simple to properly interpret – let’s try “BOOM”. This has two meanings – “something is going to happen” and “something did happen”. Well, let me tell you, those are exceedingly safe bets. 😉 Saying that you know for sure what a “BOOM” means is just WRONG unless Q goes back and adds confirming context.

        Do I “believe” Q? Yes. Do I doubt Q? Yes. Do I get value from Q? Yes. Do I find a lot of stuff about Q posts is garbage? Yes.

        Do I love Q? Yes – like I love fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. 😎

        Sort it out. 😉

        PS – Twitter and the “smart left” forces on the internet don’t like Q at all. It is rare for them to send really smart and effective FLAK my way any more, and Q did exactly that, when I started using Q stuff. Do the math. Somebody else thinks he “might be legit”. But what is “legit”? GREAT QUESTION.

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        • Linda says:

          Same here, Wolf. He’s pointed out a lot of relationships and things going on behind the scenes that I didn’t know, even though I’ve followed this stuff for a long time. You can learn a lot from his posts without needing to know if he’s completely legit or not. Like any source, do your own due diligence.

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            Exactly. Q actually released something which helped me gain a proper perspective over two old “possible” crimes (these were DECADES AGO), and let me see not only that they WERE crimes, but that they were definitely related, and relevant to today’s situation.

            One of John Brennan’s mere 28 follows is LAWFARE, and that is exactly what these were – LAWFARE – AGAINST AMERICA from within – presumably by CIA-assisted AND MSM-assisted leftists.

            The first instance was a university accident – meticulously set up AROUND a potential source of real negligence to gain leverage to MAKE SURE that affirmative action was not rejected as infeasible. It was a brilliant, almost Mission Impossible construction. The true payout was NOT the accident itself, which was small-potatoes at the end of the day – it was the LEVERAGE gained by an accident in the right place at the right time to make a MASSIVE social movement based on a government program worth TRILLIONS of dollars move forward. They effectively eliminated any chance that people would say “this isn’t working”. They TWEAKED the results by TWEAKING the circumstances. They were supporting and using RACE in the first instance.

            In the second instance (same university), they used SEX. The MSM was sent in to film a particular student (female, possibly a lesbian) who was somehow representative of some new federal program. The MSM distracted the teacher and CREATED and FILMED a potentially dangerous situation at that exact moment, USING THE STUDENT they were there to film. It was only because this had been reported by a DIFFERENT student who had seen what happened, that the administration realized this was not innocent, since there were multiple possible connections between the cases and the players, and that the film which would have been “accidentally” taken would likely be used to support the FIRST CASE. The film was never aired, but the LEVERAGE was obtained.

            Parkland solves BOTH of these cases together. Because we now know that the FAKE NEWS is basically an extension of Deep State (which doesn’t exist, or at least not for long, cough, cough, wink, wink), the overall coordination of interest just solves everything. Deep State explains all the facts of the FIRST accident, which ONLY needed a smart and sophisticated coordinator, while MSM “agents of Deep State” explains the second. Both worked together on the administration of the university – obtaining MASSIVE leverage to make sure they reported that these government programs “worked”. The whole thing was one big SCAM on the university AND America. Today, that university is ridiculously PC, and their administration would never admit that any of this happened. “CASE CLOSED”.

            Why did Q’s post that MIGHT have been about “THE BRIDGE” solve it? Because it made me question the facts of the FIU bridge collapse, which very obviously creates massive leverage. I am not privy to the particular facts of the bridge investigation, but I AM privy to the facts of the old cases, and thus I could make the same assumptions – CIA (or offshoots) and MSM involvement – test them by looking for FRESH explanations in the case (MANY) – and SOLVE the old cases.

            I believe that both our “on the ground” intelligence agencies AND our media have been used to “make sure” government programs move forward – even using unscrupulous methods against the citizens of this country. I have ZERO belief in “climate change” now. Absolutely zero belief. Knowing what they did with university accidents, I’m quite sure they’ve gamed everything else in universities, including the science itself.

            As far as I’m concerned, it’s ALL hoaxy. Trump can rain down fire and fury on the whole thing, and I will cheer.

            Personally, I think the hoaxers should just stand down and give America back to honest people. But if they don’t, then BURN THEM OUT.

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              Of course, now I’m absolutely sure C-ville was another “blood hoax” propaganda event.

              How do you make Tawana Brawley believable? SEND HER TO THE RIGHT PLACE AT THE RIGHT TIME. How do you find the right place and the right time? ABUSE OF INTELLIGENCE. So how long has the abuse of intelligence been going on? DECADES.

              I have a feeling the Duke Lacrosse team was a lot less of an “accident” than we thought. I mean, seriously – this changes EVERYTHING. Knowing the level of the sophistication of the other university cases, I’m CERTAIN that anything LESS sophisticated and very likely by now MORE sophisticated has been done.

              Sorry if this was in the 60% that Q said probably shouldn’t come out, but I think everything needs to be washed out of the wounds for proper healing to occur, and I support what Q has been doing. I think it’s a very patriotic thing to awaken us to the truth.

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        • Orygun says:

          What he does is give people hope that we are seeing change. We all know the media is a criminal organization worldwide and we are not likely to get any news of any value from them.
          The little snippets we get are enough to keep us hopeful while the slow and tedious process of trying to clean up decades of corruption in our government and the complete loss of a responsible media.
          I look forward to his “hints”.

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        • Yep Wolf, why I was interested in the Time functions is the Box around the 4am/ Someone commented at 8chan (I think before the death of the suspect) that the box around the [4] is a death box. I recall that from before on a post on Q not sure though. So if he put brackets around 4am in a “death box”, and the subject died around 4am, and Q posted it earlier. That adds a very intentional post about what was coming perhaps, and queries how did he know.

          And for some break entertainment. Q uantum of Silence, this clip was posted by Dr. Pieczenik a couple weeks ago. Why, maybe just for fun or something else. Wait for it.

          ( this chase was filmed by Dan Bradley and NOT Marc Foster who directed the rest of the film. Bradley also filmed the chases from Bourne Supremacy, Ultimatum and Legacy. )

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=89aTFgtsXX0 Quantum of silence opening scene

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            Q does use that motif in that way! Good deal – I need to go back and see if that changes my views.

            Note that I revise my views EVEN on what I don’t “believe”. This is a method which comes from science. You have to understand fully both what you “believe” at the moment and what you “don’t believe” at the moment. AGAIN – Q is teaching us to THINK, whereas the [4AM] media teaches us to be idiots. THIS is why I gained critical thinking ability very swiftly after cutting the [cable].

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            • Reply to me when you finish if you would. If the Time stamps don’t work it will not mean anything. Also remember the person sent a package from basically the same town to a address in the same town. I will check with a cohort that knows FedEX up and down and how unusual that is, and do they really do it.

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              • wolfmoon1776 says:

                I went back and re-read most of Q again FROM THE BEGINNING to get a good feeling for things, so that I knew what he had said and thought, up to the beginning of the Austin bombings (03/02/18). Then I read THROUGH those bombings.

                I believe that by the end of the day on 03/03/18, the Q group KNEW by methods that I speculate are theoretically possible but are undoubtedly highly classified that the bombing was related to SXSW, and what its purpose was. I’m not going to reveal any of that, but I need to let people know that I was not terribly surprised by anything from Snowden that was revealed publicly, so I tend to be pretty good at speculating what’s possible and what among that is in play and classified. I think the Q people knew enough to start watching the Austin area.

                I am NOT worried about the BOOM statements or their timing – to me they are low value and generally “chaffy”. Q uses them like exclamation points:

                “I just said something big!”
                “Something big is coming!”
                “Something big happened!”

                If “booms” confirm something I’m solid on for other reasons, great, but otherwise I ignore. I do not currently believe that the Q group had any prior knowledge on the bombings, but saw their own hypotheses confirmed as the bombings happened. They MAY have been able to predict “likely days” by the methods I’m alluding to. The day Sadiq Khan spoke would be an easy prediction.

                There is a reason that I believe I understand Q’s “style of encoding” and feel that my decoding of it makes sense (without making any allegation about the veracity of the message). It is a naturally discoverable form of obfuscation – one that a lot of people use.

                Fun times! I hope Q stays in touch.

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            • Wolf, found something else interesting on his mailing the package just now. I looked up about same city delivery, which the boxes were. Well they do now offer same city in some cities. Austin is one. However it is only available if you have a registered account. That means paperwork to do it. He seemed to walk in, do it and walk out
              https://www.fedex.com/en-us/shipping/same-day.html#sameday-city-priority

              am I reading it wrong, scroll down to the bottom for requirements to use this service.

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    • talkietina says:

      There is another post

      Q is under arrest delete all.
      Q

      https://mobile.twitter.com/deplorabutthurt/status/976475182385827845/photo/1

      I am just telling you what the anons are posting on #qanon. Just go there and check it out. You don’t have to log in or have account to read. Frankly, I wouldn’t put it past the deep state.

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  13. fleporeblog says:

    For all those that are suspicious about motive, lone wolf, etc., Governor Abbott is by far the best Governor in all 50 states. He seems like a complete straight shooter to me that cares only about the people of Texas. I don’t see him or his police force playing around or burying information.

    I am such a big fan of Governor Abbott! What he has done in Texas is MAGA on steroids. Our President acknowledged that yesterday when AG Paxton from TX began to talk in the Sanctuary Cities round table meeting.

    Up until recently, he was my number one choice to replace our Lion in 2025. At this point, I have Rep. Devin Nunes slightly ahead of him. However, I would be the happiest person in the world if he is our next President because MAGA and TRUMPISM will proceed for another 8 years!

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  14. Sharpshorts says:

    He lived with 2 roommates … investigating them too? Seems hard to imagine they knew nothing.

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  15. Aside from the injured officer, that ended about as well as one could have hoped.
    I still would have preferred a Trump supporting MAGA-Texan ending it with a lead pill prescription.

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  16. burnett044 says:

    My question is where oh where did the money come from??
    he had to have money/ credit card to buy rooms …stuff to make bombs …internet connect..food..rent…and on and on…..that would be nice to know

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  17. The main tenet of Christianity is to turn the other cheek, not blow people up. Blowing people up would make that person the opposite of devout. Now…devout Muslims however…the most devout blow people up and are rewarded with 17 virgins or whatever.

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  18. Publius2016 says:

    Where are the current photos and videos? We are in the 21st Century…waiting for “friends and families”

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  19. Dave says:

    When I saw the last name, I thought, where’d I see that before? I remember now, but Gary Condit (Chandra Levy murder case), spells his name with only one tee. No relation.

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Thanks. That’s where I remembered it from.

      Wondering if the perp was on psychotropic meds (or anything else). Something just doesn’t ring true about this, especially considering “the storm” having begun. Methinks Antifa/Soros/Creamer/etc. are ramping up…

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      • H.R. says:

        Cuppa Covfefe: “Wondering if the perp was on psychotropic meds […]”

        A Christian mom drugging her home-schooled kid doesn’t pass the smell test. I’d bet a dollar he was a pretty good kid and began changing only after he left home.

        Rebellion by kids coming from a straight-laced background is fairly common. Isn’t it supposed to be the preacher’s kids who are the wildest? Anyhow, drugs, anarchy,and 180 degree beliefs from the way he was raised, showing up after he left home, wouldn’t surprise me at all.

        Any reporting by his old friends and family that he was a pretty good kid is easy to believe as well.

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          Preacher’s kids being the wildest is yet another construct (and attack) of the left.

          I did not mean in ANY way that a Christian mom would DRUG her child(ren). She would have no authority to do so, in any case. Any Ritalin, etc., would be after the home-schooling, of course.

          Then again, with the YSM, the truth is a “moveable feast”. A cynic would say that the truth here will be as remote as in the Las Vegas shooting (as well as the others). The Deep State are pushing a lot of chaos right now…

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  20. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Authorities are now evacuating a 6-block radius around the suspect’s residence, just as a precaution. They say that the perp had intended to continue his crime spree and likely had more bombs ready to distribute around suburban Austin..

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  21. Molly Pitcher says:

    Strange quote from neighbor…. “Jay Schulze, who has lived in Pflugerville for 13 years, says he was out jogging when he was stopped by police and asked about the bombings Tuesday night. He said there was a large police presence in his neighborhood overnight.

    Police flew drones over what he described as a rundown, “weird house with a lot of people coming and going” from about 9 p.m. until about 3 a.m.

    Conditt and his father, Pat, purchased a Pflugerville property last year that is now valued at about $69,000, according to property records. The neighbor said Conditt had been living in that house, which he built with his father’s help.”
    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/03/21/austin-serial-bomber-idd-as-mark-anthony-conditt-what-know-about-pflugerville-resident.amp.html

    So it was a “new” house or a flip? People coming and going? None of them knew one of their friends was making bombs?

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  22. Publius2016 says:

    You know something is up when Fake News Media can’t even get Austin Bomber’s age right!

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  23. yy4u says:

    Am applying for a job with the FBI so I need to pass a test. Let’s see if I got this essay question right.

    All Bernie supporters cannot be blamed for one Bernie supporter shooting up a House of Representatives baseball practice but Sarah Palin can be blamed for someone shooting Gabby Gifford. All Muslims are not to be blamed for: 9-11, San Bernadino, Pulse Nightclub, Paris, Nice, Berlin, London BUT all gun owners ARE responsible for school shootings.

    We can’t find the motive for a man whom ISIS claimed they recruited gunning down concert goers, but we can figure out that a white, Christian, homeschooled kid probably had a grudge against Fed Ex.

    Is that right? Did I pass? (snark)

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  24. paulwoll says:

    Likely radicalized in college. If 2012 blog is validated it only espouses his views before liberal college brainwashing. Certainly bombs are not supported by Christians or their ideology.

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    • Molly Pitcher says:

      If he was that willing to share his views in 2012 why are there no current views on social media from him? Has it been scrubbed? If he was a strident pro Trumper I feel like it would be on blast right now.

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      • James F says:

        The writings were for a class he took at a community college.

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        • James F says:

          “My name is Mark Conditt. I enjoy cycling, parkour, tennis, reading, and listening to music. I am not that politically inclined. I view myself as a conservative, but I don’t think I have enough information to defend my stance as well as it should be defended. The reasons I am taking this class is because I want to understand the US government, and I hope that it will help me clarify my stance, and then defend it.”
          https://definingmystance.blogspot.com/

          I imagine the professor instructed them to specifically take a stance and write about current political issues as part of the assignment.

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          • Your Tour Guide says:

            Called it. The bulked up legs are from cycling. Most of the
            avid tennis players I know have insane calf muscles. Dude’s
            built strange from one, the other, or both.

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          • Sayitaintsojoe says:

            I don’t remember if it was in a movie/tv show or someone speaking but I have heard that exact me quote starting at “I am not politically inclined…” Within the last few weeks. Not that it necessarily means anything (shrug)

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Convert (to libtardism)? Converts are automatic “conflictos” between old programming and new, whatever the two things are. Easy psychological slide of the new state to extremism.

      College really does mess people up. I remember well. Lots of weird social forces coming at all angles. People can completely FLIP in a year. Just look at CANKLES.

      Getting off campus is one of the best ways to get a grip EVER.

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      • Molly Pitcher says:

        Agree . A home school kid steps into the sea of libtadrism and they’re always looking for new converts. In the way back machine, the confused or “open minded” were always good targets for Scientology or Hari Krishnas or other closed groups.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          I’ve seen too many kids do 180’s, and this one looks like a potential “Bernie Bro”. Bernie Bros are basically the left’s way of saying “you can be an OK white male by supporting a socialist/communist, and maybe even putting your guns to good use defending the cause”. Bernie Bros and ANTIFA are the only ways to be a white male gun owner on the left. Gotta go “radical”. It’s very intentional psychology on their part.

          Yeah, the religious thing is a very good example. I saw college kids flip from atheists to evangelicals and vice versa. Moonies, Hare Krishnas, The Way, radical atheists – the works. Some changes were LIGHTNING. I saw one kid flip within WEEKS of meeting a girl. My initial impression was that he was going undercover to help bust the group for somebody, but after listening very carefully to the way they tried to convert me, I figured it was real. SCARY.

          BRAINWASHING WORKS – including against guns.

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          • Molly Pitcher says:

            The scary thing right now is that this brainwashing psychology going on now is a global program. It’s not various groups with their own take on life or beliefs. It’s a cohesive agenda that spans oceans . Their is little variation, guns are bad, whites are bad, free speech is bad, etc etc

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              Yes it is – GLOBAL. EXACTLY.

              I say look at all the contending “global” ideologies to find the common “conspiracy of interest” in globalism. It’s not one of them – it’s ALL OF THEM. It’s an interesting kind of mob mentality of globalist interests, each one hoping to win the day and come out on top, or at least high in the order and “better off”.

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              • Molly Pitcher says:

                LOL, obviously I’m on same page BUT these members of the mob, the worker bees..are they so stupid? They must be absolutely devoid of logic. The outcome they’re working for night and day will be their own demise in time.

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                • Your Tour Guide says:

                  The Way. There’s one haven’t heard from in awhile. Worked
                  with a few in a restaurant many years ago. Strange bunch.
                  Had to be off the clock and in their shared housings by 11pm.

                  Even weirder is their HQ town. New Knoxville, Ohio. Drive by
                  The Way site in the summer. Has a tent over it about 3 to
                  4 football lengths. Cost 15 a head back in the 80s to set foot
                  under that tent.

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                • wolfmoon1776 says:

                  Oh, yes – they are stupid. PC makes people DUMB DUMB DUMB as a box of rocks.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      Just because someone might have become a Christian does not make him or her perfect. We still have a free will that God does not over rule. In these verses the word “should” is in the subjunctive mood. It is in the future, so there is some uncertainty. Maybe we will, maybe we will not.

      Romans 6:4 Therefore we are buried with him by baptism into death: that like as Christ was raised up from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should walk in newness of life.
      Ephesians 2:10 For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus unto good works, which God hath before ordained that we should walk in them.
      Titus 2:12 Teaching us that, denying ungodliness and worldly lusts, we should live soberly, righteously, and godly, in this present world;

      These verses are for the future, when the New Covenant is ushered in and operational.

      Jeremiah 31:31 Behold, the days come, saith the LORD, that I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel, and with the house of Judah:
      32 Not according to the covenant that I made with their fathers in the day that I took them by the hand to bring them out of the land of Egypt; which my covenant they brake, although I was an husband unto them, saith the LORD:
      33 But this shall be the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel; After those days, saith the LORD, I will put my law in their inward parts, and write it in their hearts; and will be their God, and they shall be my people.
      34 And they shall teach no more every man his neighbour, and every man his brother, saying, Know the LORD: for they shall all know me, from the least of them unto the greatest of them, saith the LORD: for I will forgive their iniquity, and I will remember their sin no more.

      1John 3:9 Whosoever is born of God doth not commit sin; for his seed remaineth in him: and he cannot sin, because he is born of God.

      Don’t mix up God’s program for Israel and God’s program for the Gentiles in the bible.

      Galatians 2:7 But contrariwise, when they saw that the gospel of the uncircumcision was committed unto me, as the gospel of the circumcision was unto Peter;
      8 (For he that wrought effectually in Peter to the apostleship of the circumcision, the same was mighty in me toward the Gentiles:)
      9 And when James, Cephas, and John, who seemed to be pillars, perceived the grace that was given unto me, they gave to me and Barnabas the right hands of fellowship; that we should go unto the heathen, and they unto the circumcision.

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    • Truthfilter says:

      He attended community college, right? Those aren’t always as toxic in terms of leftist indoctrination. Many kids go to cc for vocational skills training. But there’s no way to know based on our limited information.

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  25. EbonyRapror says:

    I didn’t used to be a conspiracy theorist … but it’s becoming more and more difficult to not imagine a deep state bad guy behind these types of events. In less than 12 hours after the death of the purported bomber we already have video evidence of some guy dropping of a package at FedEx who looks to have a different body shape than Conditt and who is wearing a cap and wig so his face isn’t seen. Then he blows himself up so he can’t be interrogated. Meanwhile, 6 months after the LV massacre we still haven’t seen any video of the shooter coming and going at the hotel.

    Is there any wonder why government officials are not trusted.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      I’ll say this – Abbot’s demeanor is reassuring to me. He seems like he’s trusting what he’s hearing, and that is nice for a change. Very unlike Vegas in THAT respect. I trust Abbot, too.

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    • blind no longer says:

      ER, it’s not a theory if it’s a conspiracy. Who would have ever believed we would see text messages from FBI/DOJ government officials talking about being members of secret societies, Insurance policy to stop a duly elected President, a British spy being paid for to use lies and rumors to gain warrants in a secret court to spy on Americans, members of the intelligence community lying openly to Congress and the public during televised hearings…I could go on and on, but I think we all can see whats been going on for a very long time, and we ARE NOT buying the bullsh!t anymore.

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    • Kenji says:

      Sadly … I am starting to believe the same thing as with each one of these succeeding motiveless events … I am having to … suspend my disbelief … over and over. And I don’t like the movie I am watching.

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    • sallyal says:

      Yes, yes yes! I don’t believe any of this garbage. I’m full on tin foil hat conspiracy theorist these days and fully believe MKUltra us still being used. And it goes all the way back to at least Columbine. A combo of MKUltra, vaccines and fluoride have made our young boys zombies. Through in some Ritalin and poof.

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  26. Mercenary says:

    Radical racist ideologues are exploiting the Austin tragedy to foment racism, bigotry, and prejudice:

    https://criminalsandliars.wordpress.com/2018/03/21/racists-exploit-austin-bombing-to-push-an-anti-white-male-narrative/

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    • Molly Pitcher says:

      It’s mindblowing to me that an overwhelming number of anti-white-male agenda pushers…are white males.

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      • Mercenary says:

        Stockholm Syndrome, cumulative psychological abuse, massive and sustained operations in the absence of truth or facts – these things take a toll on certain types of people. Echo chambers can be incredibly powerful. It is imperative, however, to call it out when it occurs.

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        • Molly Pitcher says:

          * Like*

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        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          “It is imperative, however, to call it out when it occurs.”

          The MSM that is controlled by Media Matters.is not going to help. They are pushing the propaganda against people like us that know what is going on.

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          • Mercenary says:

            That is why we must unite. We honestly do not do a good enough job of combating false narratives in realtime. We huddle on our comment sections and lament their power.

            Everybody please post this on Twitter, SPECIFICALLY post it as a reply to extremely recent tweets from influencers on Twitter(Cerno, Posobiec, PJW, Molyneux).

            Only with united message targeting will be successfully push back this destructive and hate-filled narrative.

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        • TarsTarkas says:

          Read ‘The True Believer’ by Eric Hoffer. He described how ‘lost’ people could easily turn into fanatics.

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          • Mercenary says:

            A lot of what they do is consensus-deception. Deprive a young person of the truth, then immerse them in an environment where it appears as if there is only one accepted truth.

            That’s why they hate Fox, or even alternate pundits, because it disrupts their programming. It’s also a reason they target the young. Their programming wears off over time, as their targets enter the real world and away from their brainwashing.

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      • mimbler says:

        Molly, I don’t think they think their way through about the anti-white male nonsense any more than they do about the entire collection of nonsense they are indoctrinated with.

        They are indoctrinated in the echo chamber of liberalism throughout their school years and it ramps up in college since they are already “softened up” for it.

        We don’t have re-education camps. We just have education camps (the public schools). No need for re-education after 12 to 16 years of school indoctrination.

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  27. Miles Rost says:

    The “bomber” was a patsy. It goes deeper than that.

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  28. andyocoregon says:

    I’m still at a loss as to what is causing so many young men in this country to suddenly act out so violently.

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    • yy4u says:

      andyocoregon — I have a theory. Might seem silly, but it comes from being a movie fan for a long time. Movies have become increasingly violent – graphically violent. Blood spurting, brain splattering. I just watched a film the other night where in one of the first scenes, someone was shot from behind and the bullet tore through his body and out the chest leaving a big, gaping, bloody hole. Back in the dark ages when I was a teen, you didn’t see this kind of stuff. Villains got shot and fell to the ground. Nowadays no action film is made without plenty of gore. I think kids get immune to it. It isn’t real. Add in the games they play. I’ve seen it with my own grandsons — violent, bloody games. I don’t want to be a prig but you can’t see this kind of stuff daily and not become numb to it, not think it’s no big deal of someone gets blown away — or blown up. And as the kids get immune to it the violence ratchets up. Maybe instead of making people undergo background checks to purchase firearms we ought to make them undergo background checks before they can purchase a ticket to a move.

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      • We also don’t celebrate accountability, the truth about right and wrong, real empathy and caring. Andy Griffith, The Waltons, Little House, non- political Disney movies. Now it’s just a mishmash of “victims” and stereotypical “oppressors”.

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        • Madison Grant says:

          Good point. There are no more purely good heroes like The Lone Ranger or Superman. That’s considered cheesy. Hollywood is very fond of the anti-hero, the mysterious guy in black who’s willing to do whatever it takes and mot play by the rules. Virtue is depicted as weak.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “I think kids get immune to it. It isn’t real. Add in the games they play.”

        Most people probably will not be adversely affected by it. However, you have millions of people here.
        The same with prescription drugs, a small number of people will have varying adverse side effects.
        Now combine the two.
        Then add in another factor, etc.

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      • andyocoregon says:

        The old TV series “Gunsmoke” was regularly violent. Many times, however, Marshall Matt Dillon would get shot and he always recovered quickly.

        https://truewestmagazine.com/how-many-times-was-marshal-matt-dillon-shot-on-gunsmoke/

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      • The reactions from the witnesses at the Parkland School shootings were exactly as you described.
        There were no emotions or grief shown by these students just statements about the shootings as an everyday event like grocery shopping, watching a movie, etc.
        That lack of emotion scared the H out me.

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    • Madison Grant says:

      When you’ve never been told ‘no’ before, your reaction to it is outrage. There’s been a sea change in parenting going back to the 1990s, I first noticed. The focus became on self-esteem, positive reinforcement only, and the idea that not only was spanking child abuse, but even verbally fussing at your kid was too. This has created now a couple of generations of young people who are unequipped to deal with adulthood, failure, responsibility, and accountability.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Before worrying so much, First run the numbers. We are a country of 320,000,000 +/- people. How many young men have acted out with mass murders? Simple laws of nature dictate that a certain tiny percentage are going to go berserk in some way. Tv and movies have somewhat glorified the atrocities that these nut jobs aspire to commit. It’s inevitable that we are going to have this happen.

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  29. Donna in AZ says:

    Angel one: try 2tsp. cod liver oil per day. It works for some people.

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  30. Kenji says:

    So far … the most interesting thing I’ve read about this young man is that at 24yo he owned his own home! My 35yo son who makes $6 figures can’t swing that here in the SF Bay Area … even WITH my financial boost. Then I read that he BUILT his home with the help of his (apparently building developer) father … and that he has two roommates (presumably renters). So, this young man … as near as I can tell … didn’t even NEED a job. So his firing from the Tech Co. probably didn’t affect him in the way it would someone who NEEDED a job.

    This fact alone, puts this kid in a similar category as the Las Vegas shooter. An exceptionally well-heeled lone wolf domestic terrorist. This seems an odd category of murderer. Perhaps I am being old fashioned, but I think of murderers as being down and out losers who are both desperate and have an axe to grind. What? motivates someone who seemingly is living the good life … become suicidal … just so they can harm random people?

    Is there a psychiatrist/psychologist in here who can help me understand that pathology ?

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    • mimbler says:

      I don’t think the news is being reported very accurately yet (big surprise).
      They are now saying the father helped purchase the property and it is now worth 69,000 dollars. So to me it is sounding like they bought a cheap house and fixed it up some, and the son has roommates to help pay the mortgage.

      A picture supposedly of the parent’s house shows a tidy, but modest clapboard house.

      So, a lot of contradiction in what is being reported by very sloppy journalists. And so far nothing but the most superficial assessment of what the bomber is like 6 years after high school. I haven’t seen an interview with anyone that actually knew him except for the boss that fired him and gave minimal detail.

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    • @GodlessNZ says:

      I’m no psychiatrist, just an ordinary gal, but I think when a well-heeled person becomes a psychopathic killer it’s due to either psychosis and/or running from the law. Conditt may have been developing schizophrenia or similar. I believe Nikolas Cruz was, too. Similarly, Conditt may have known he was about to be arrested for something serious and wanted to go out with a bang.

      That’s my theory about Paddock. His Dad was on the FBI 10 most wanted list in the whole country and raised his sons for a life of crime. Paddock’s brother had been caught with child porn… there was probably clear evidence that S. Paddock also possessed, distributed and maybe even produced it. So he thought what the heck, I may as well make a name for myself before I go.I strongly suspect Conditt flipped from conservative to far-left while at college. Young and confused. Happened to have a bit of money from a Dad who felt guilty over the divorce. Not as much money as Paddock, but enough to survive for a while as co-owner of the home getting rent from roommates. Who knows, he may have been getting an inheritance, like Cruz.

      We have a large amount of info in a short time. I am sure we will get a lot more. I’m super proud of Gov Abbott and of course POTUS, and every LEO who helped solve this case. No more disasters like Broward or Pulse etc with good men in charge.

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      • Kenji says:

        Right. I have a mentally ill bi-Polar schitzophrenic son (quite stable on his meds) who presented his illness for the first time as a freshman in college (he was a straight A student in the 8th grade). I believe that massive dope smoking behind our backs were a contributing if not complete factor (my other two children are a parents dream). What if we find that the extremely potent dope that kids smoke today are fudging up an entire generation? Oh, sorry, I meant to say Co2 and Global Warming are wrecking our kids.

        And yes to having the adults in charge again! No more politically-correct filter or ROE for the Trump or Abbott Admin’s.

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  31. Rynn69 says:

    One cannot exclude the impact of the dissolution of the family unit on incidents involving young perpetrators. It is having a devastating impact on society at large. Until this true causal factor is discussed, we cannot make progress as a society.

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  32. Mike diamond says:

    Our prayers were answered quickly we all prayed they would find this evil punk !!!don’t mess with Texas !!!!!and don’t mess with or good people in Austin !

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  33. Mike diamond says:

    Our!sorry for my bad spelling!

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  34. Brant says:

    This is not a rant on Sessions or other possible white hats. This is a plea, an appeal. I think deep state is realizing they can’t get Trump. Now they are going after us in flyover country. Florida school (and new laws and protests). This in Texas and what may come of it? People, they are coming after us with a vengience. This is a plea to get things rolling soon if you have something. They are coming after us quickly and they will not stop until we cry “uncle” or they cry “uncle”. We can not make them cry uncle with any great effect. We will become a their mercy. Yes, I know there is molon labe, but we need help from above………soon.

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  35. Truthfilter says:

    I think this kid may have had a personal vendetta—may not have been politically motivated at all. His use of explosives as opposed to guns is really throwing me off as far as any Deep State connection. Can’t blame the NRA this time or gun laws. Also, besides his seemingly random choice of victims, who would this hurt? Who would benefit?

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  36. ZooNTexas says:

    In the link below of the 2 killed by packages in Austin does anyone else see how these 2 men look alike? House is 39 and Mason is 17. Have I lost my mind?

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  37. MTK says:

    Would love to know what the little ahit’s bank records say as source of income.

    Just ask any unemployed 20-somethinger, cash is tight.

    Hotel(Motel), all that gas money, food and bomb supplies…how was he able to afford it all. The articles I’ve read are saying motel room, a three week stay, that is something north of 1500 bucks(cheap side).

    Not, that the big reveal on income will surprise anyone, the little turd is in all probility still on parent’s health insurance.

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  38. Pam says:

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  39. Mary Ann says:

    This is sad.. so many lives have been wasted..
    Instructions for making bombs are on the internet..

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  40. 🍺Gunny says:

    The Rite of Passage:
    I have read all the discussions on the two previous posts and ask that you consider this.
    From the beginning of humans occupying the world the male of the species, after reaching a certain age has had to undergo a “Right of Passage.” When reaching a certain age, the older males of a tribe have required that the male undergo a “challenge” or an extremely difficult task before they can be accepted into the adult male society of the tribe. Remember the movie: “300” where the king or king to be, reached a certain age and was sent out into the wilderness alone with only a spear? While out in the wilderness he killed a wolf and returned to be accepted as King.
    Some tribes in Africa still today, require a male that comes of age to pass or perform this right. You could say, and I do believe, that in males in particular, this is innate to the male biology. I.E. A requirement to the male condition.
    The military does the same for young men. The Right of Passage is Boot Camp. You cannot join the tribe unless you complete the very difficult Right of Passage of completing boot camp.
    Now today almost no male that comes of age is challenged to perform a right of passage. They are coddled, spoiled, treated like a woman, but know deep down, something is missing. Something they must prove before joining the Tribe of Men.
    Another example would be young men joining gangs. Virtually every gang has some kind of very difficult, or violent task that the new member must perform before being accepted into the gang. Some call it “initiation”, but it is actually the “Ancient Right of Passage” of young men performed for centuries. This believe it or not is a primary reason males are attracted to gangs.
    So, how about now…we are having these young men, with not fathers, or fathers who do not challenge them. They reach a certain age and know, they must do something significant to belong. But without a Tribe or strong father to guide them, they get lost so to speak. Lost on the task to perform to belong…The Right of Passage. The Right of Malehood.
    You can come up with all the conspiracy theories, of theories of who’s fault it is. But, as stated above, I believe it is so very simple.
    We along the way have lost what it means to treat men as men and hold them responsible for their actions. Until, they feel they have come to a breaking point…and must prove themselves. So they search for their own “Right of Passage”…bit as stated. Without guidance from strong males, well somehow it is just very sad…most end up dead..
    And once they do…and in this case. Get away with very bad actions…in the end have the desire to get caught, to prove to everyone, they are men. And in this as said, end up dead…
    I can think of a couple solutions, but until we come up with a good one, I believe this will keep happening with young men, for now, and until we change the way they are treated and punished when necessary.
    I am certainly not defending what he did, only we should look at our entire society to determine a solution…we should want to save them, before they …well before they destroy what they have just wanted to belong to…

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    • 🍺Gunny says:

      And, allow me to reply to any of you stating that they teach you to make bombs in the military.
      That is completely and totally false.
      Each branch of the Services has two sections: The Bomb Disposal Unit and Explosive Ordinance Disposal.
      The Bomb Disposal Unit…Deactivates bombs, They are not taught to make bombs. Only to deactivate them.
      Explosive Ordinance Disposal, Deactivates DUD bombs and ammunition. Bombs and ammunition that have failed to explode or operate as specified.

      Any other type of bomb issues such as the above are handled by specialists, such as the FBI etc.

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      • Shotgun shells are relatively cheap, double buckshot and the powder all ready to go. Easy enough to separate the powder from the balls. Making a trigger isn’t that difficult with all the off the shelf components and radio shack is gone.. Add some nails and whatever and you have a powerful low cost short range device.

        Walmart carries it all. Ban Walmart, Was it Fi or Sam that did that. lol. BAn TV. ban hunting, ban ban ban, you get nothing and you will like it. I bet a quarter hogg eats his boogers. OHHH is that hurtful, to FN bad

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  41. Summer says:

    Maybe someone else was making these bombs and this guy was just delivering them? Why do they call him the mastermind if they did not find the place where he was allegedly making his devices? He could buy supplies, deliver them to another guy then pick up a package and place it randomly or according to other person’s agenda. So, maybe he was making a living by delivering packages for terrorists.

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  42. covfefe999 says:

    Mark Conditt was home-schooled, correct? In 2013 his mother, I presume, announted that Mark had been graduated, I guess by her. And that’s fine but wasn’t he 24 when he killed himself? In 2013 he would have been 19 or 20, right? Isn’t that a bit old for graduating high school? Especially a home schooled kids, usually those kids are right on track if not quicker than their school-schooled peers.

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  43. patrickhenrycensored says:

    Austin serial bombing suspect left 25-minute ‘confession’ on phone: Police
    http://abcnews.go.com/US/austin-serial-bombing-suspect-left-25-minute-confession/story?id=53920782

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    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Wow, thank you for that link.
      Almost all the theories batted around were off.

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      • patrickhenrycensored says:

        Most theories are based on reason.
        Madness is seldom figured out.

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        • patrickhenrycensored says:

          There seems to be a considerably higher number of fragile mindsets in the young, these days.

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          • Molly Pitcher says:

            This one is sort of anomaly. A fragile mindset that didn’t adopt any of the myriad SJW crutches to blame. Well, on second thought, I guess Parkland’s Cruz and others didn’t appear to have an agenda…so a definite yes on your comment.

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            • patrickhenrycensored says:

              The difference I see between today’s young and us at the same age, is a lack of knowledge.
              They haven’t been taught much about the real world, and that has to affect how and where they see themselves going; in it.

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              • Molly Pitcher says:

                I can’t figure it out..do they not fear consequences, do they not care if innocent others are hurt ? With the SJW’s, antifa crowd, anarchists It seems like their self worth is tied into the cause. All or nothing. They can’t even reason or have a conversation with an opposing viewpoint for more than a few minutes without screaming or swinging a bike lock.

                Of course the indoctrination is going deeper. Have you heard/seen this? It’s a secret meeting of teachers planning an illegal march in DC. I’m gobsmacked at their casual lies and delirious anticipation
                . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IiGC533pHH4

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                • patrickhenrycensored says:

                  They’re indoctrinated to see themselves as victims.
                  Makes it difficult for them to see another’s plight, or have empathy for it.

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              • singingsoul says:

                Patrick good coment !
                Young people also do not have the draft that helped many to find themselves.

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                • patrickhenrycensored says:

                  The odd thing to me, is that so many of these children who have been taught not to fight for themselves, end up killing.

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  44. Molly Pitcher says:

    patrickhenrycensored I think you hit it! They’re indoctrinated as victims, not individually but as a group. Think blacklivesmatter…they’ve been indoctrinated to act as a group regardless of individual achievement or positive race relations in their lives.
    Muslims for sure are a global “victim” group even in places where statistics prove they’re predominately the victimizers.

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  45. Neural says:

    Small bit of info: Maybe it’s just me, but a friend was asking to see the “less bleached to look white” image of Conditt. I have discovered that, with safe-search off, if you search for Mark Anthony Conditt and click on the “images”, you get a total of about 4 results, *none* of them related to him.

    going to go out on a limb here and pose that duckduckgo.com is no better than google or bing. Could be wrong, but I find the results of that image search to be interesting.

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