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Libs Push Dorner Conspiracy Theories
Rush Limbaugh.com ^ | February 13, 2013 | Rush Limbaugh

Posted on 02/13/2013 1:43:09 PM PST by Kaslin

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RUSH: I can't believe they still don't know whether or not they got Dorner. I can't believe they still don't know. Well, it's interesting, or confusing, because they did find some tracks leading away from the cabin, and they found a body in there. They still don't know whether or not Chris Dorner went up in flames along with the rest of the cabin. They heard a gunshot. They don't know if he shot himself. They haven't done the ID. This is amazing. We're coming up on 18 hours and they still don't know.

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RUSH: Ladies and gentlemen, I must confess I feel bad. I didn't know that 14 hours ago Anderson Cooper of CNN tweeted that Dorner was confirmed dead and that his body had been removed from the cabin. I thought I saw on Fox this morning a graphic that said they still don't know, still haven't ID'd the body. There was a smoldering body in the cabin out there, and they hadn't ID'd it. They had people on talking about it, but Anderson Cooper tweeted 14 hours ago that was confirmed dead.

Do you know there's already a conspiracy developing about this? Conspiracies are already effervescing. From the Huffing and Puffington Post. Listen to this: "Unconfirmed police audio from the standoff Tuesday evening with alleged cop-killer Chris Dorner suggests the fire in the cabin where the suspect was holed up may have been started by the police..." So there you go! The wicked, racist LAPD burned him up for no reason.

The LAPD started the fire. That's the latest conspiracy out there. The Daily Beast has picked it up, too. "Report: Cops Started Dorner Fire." How dare they? How mean! My gosh, I can't believe the cruelty here. This was a man that was speaking up for all Americans. He was addressing our racist past. He was calling attention to it! He was raising all of our conscience levels so that we would all realize the depraved and decrepit past from which we all came. The modern-day Django!

This was a man who was getting even with all the people who need to be gotten even with for all the evil that had been done in the past to various minorities in this country, and the LAPD started the fire in the cabin. The LAPD burned him up. The LAPD scorched him. The LAPD did it! The wicked, mean-spirited racist LAPD. That's what we heard yesterday, and we had to listen to what Dorner said in the manifesto because the LAPD stinks.

There is racism out there. We've gotta understand this. Dorner's a smart guy, and he's got an intellect, and therefore we have to endeavor to understand why he's mad. Now they Krispy Kreme'd the guy! The LAPD did it. How unfair, how mean-spirited, how horrible! I mean, they coulda waited 'til he ran out of ammo, gone in there and lassoed the guy. (No, that would be too racist to do that.) They started the fire. The video has surfaced on YouTube, and it appears to include another recording of police audio. In the audio, a voice says, "We're gonna go forward with the plan with the burn like we talked about."

So there was obviously a conspiracy to torch it.

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RUSH: Okay. Correction on the Chris Dorner conspiracy. It was not the wicked LAPD which torched him. It was the wicked San Bernardino PD. We were inundated with calls from the wicked LAPD claiming, "It wasn't us being wicked. It was the San Bernardino wicked PD that did it." By the way, those of you out there to whom Dorner is some kind of great equalizer type hero, are you aware that the people Dorner killed were not all white? I mean, he killed a black guy. He killed an Asian. If you listen to these people on Twitter and Facebook, they think this guy's a modern day Django running around wiping out white people to get even for slavery and racism and bigotry and discrimination in the LAPD, and he's not. These are interesting little facts that often get ignored.

But, anyway, the controversy has erupted, ladies and gentlemen. I wasn't kidding. First from the Huffing and Puffington Post. "Unconfirmed police audio surfaces possibly suggesting the police started the fire in the Dorner standoff." So there you go. The wicked police burned him up for no reason. That's the point of the Huff Po. And then The Daily Beast chimes in. "Report: Cops Started Fire."

Back to the Huffing and Puffington Post. I read from their post. "In the police audio, which was broadcast on CBS affiliate KCAL-TV on Tuesday, frantic voices of officers can be heard, including one officer apparently saying 'Burn it down' or 'Burn him out,' while another officer appears to shout, 'F***ing burn this motherf****r!'" That's apparently on the tape.

WILD VIDEO: Gunfire and Explosions Caught on Tape at Fugitve Chris Dorner's Cabin

"In addition, a video that has surfaced on YouTube appears to include another recording of police audio from Tuesday's standoff. In the audio, which could not be independently confirmed, a voice says, 'We're gonna go forward with the plan, with the burn ... Like we talked about.' A short while later a male voice says: 'Seven burners deployed and we have a fire.' A female voice then responds: 'Copy. Seven burners deployed and we have a fire.'"

My question, does anybody know where Janet Reno's been? Has anybody seen Janet Reno? She has expertise in matters like this. Remember the fire, the tanks in the Waco invasion? And what was the name of that group, the religious group? David Koresh, the Branch Davidians. That's who it was.

Now, Dorner has not killed anybody who was not involved in police work, and that's why he's a hero, because to the people who've elevated Dorner, the people who think Dorner is a great hero, is 'cause he's killing police. Dorner is a cop killer. That's why he's a hero. I'm being sarcastic. I don't want anybody to misunderstand, but that's the truth. And he had legions of supporters, and I'm not kidding. There honestly are people upset the cops started that fire, the cops burned him up, the cops did this. Even now, all of this happened because the LAPD is racist and this stuff needed to happen. Meanwhile, Dorner was not targeting white people. Now, here's Anderson Cooper. This is the source of my confusion. Anderson Cooper last night on Headline News, Nancy Grace, and he also tweeted this.

COOPER: From multiple sources we have been told that a body was removed from that cabin and that body is believed to be the body of Christopher Dorner.

RUSH: Now, the spokeswoman then came out and denied that that was the case, and she was accosted by media who thought at the time they knew what had happened.

Unidentified Reporter: Are you saying that reports that say his body was inside the house, that’s been confirmed, that those reports are false?

CINDY BACHMAN: No one has been inside the cabin. It is not safe to go in there.

Unidentified Reporter: I am getting conflicting information.

CINDY BACHMAN: There is no conflicting information. They have not been inside the cabin. It is not safe to do that. They believe there is a body in there. They have not yet been inside. It’s not safe.

RUSH: It's 11:44 last night, and you hear the public information officer for the San Bernardino sheriff's department about to pull her hair out. "Look, nobody's been in there, I'm telling you."

But the reporters are all, "But Anderson Cooper said that a body was taken out of there. Anderson Cooper said it three hours ago."

"Well, I'm telling you, nobody's been in there. It's too hot. It's not safe. Nobody's been inside that cabin. It's not safe to go in there. They think there's a body in there, but they haven't been inside."

"But Anderson Cooper said that a body was seen being taken --"

"I'm telling you, nobody's been in there."

So the reporters were totally conflicted because one of their own had reported that a body had been removed. A law enforcement spokesman, "No, nobody's been in there." Now, this has a name. It's called speaking truth to power. It's called not trusting authority. And Anderson Cooper's fellow journalists were simply not believing what they were hearing. They were naturally curious or naturally predisposed to not believing the San Bernardino County sheriff's department public information officer. Her name was Cindy Bachman, by the way.

Now, if this had been Jay Carney, there wouldn't have been one question, there wouldn't have been one doubt. If it had been Obama reporting, "Nope, no body has been taken out, nobody been in there." "Okay." And everybody would have run and tarred and feathered Anderson Cooper. Just a little object lesson here. San Bernardino County sheriff's department, public information officer, nobody believed her. She had to say it over and over and over again. This is what journalists used to do. They just didn't believe what they were told from people in positions of authority or power. But today, it comes from Washington, Obama administration, there's no questioning it, there's no doubting it, there's no curiosity about it, just what is.

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TOPICS: Culture/Society; Editorial
KEYWORDS: guncontrol; secondamendment

1 posted on 02/13/2013 1:43:12 PM PST by Kaslin
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To: Kaslin

The real question is if its harder to locate Anderson Cooper in a snowstorm.


2 posted on 02/13/2013 1:48:01 PM PST by cripplecreek (REMEMBER THE RIVER RAISIN!)
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To: Kaslin

This is the same Anderson Cooper who asked if its hard to see a black guy at night..I don’t give a rats ass who started the fire what matters is that this scum-bucket’s ass is roasting on an open fire and good riddance


3 posted on 02/13/2013 1:49:59 PM PST by Sarah Barracuda
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To: Sarah Barracuda

What were the police supposed to do with this heavily armed nut in there shooting at them; knock on the door and offer him cookies?


4 posted on 02/13/2013 1:59:05 PM PST by mnehring
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To: mnehring

with sprinkles dont forget the sprinkles..maybe next time there is a cop killer on the loose the police should give him a parade, maybe that would appease the leftist freaks out there


5 posted on 02/13/2013 2:14:26 PM PST by Sarah Barracuda
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To: Kaslin

On the bright side, Dorner was able to quit smoking without using a nicotine patch.

Some folks think he may have taken Ash Wednesday a bit too far.

Lots of chicks will always remember how hot he was.

His hash tag is just a-burnin’ up Twitter, yo.


6 posted on 02/13/2013 2:18:05 PM PST by humblegunner
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To: Kaslin

I’m not a conspiracist, and in fact I detest conspiracy theories.

Earlier, I heard (and correct me if this was wrong) that his driver’s license was found in the burned-out ruin of the cabin, along with his wallet.

Didn’t the police find his wallet last week? And furthermore, how does a plastic driver’s license survive a fire which charred a human body and pretty much incinerated the cabin where the body was found? OK, it was in the basement, granted, according to what’s floating around. But it seems......weird.


7 posted on 02/13/2013 2:19:43 PM PST by AnAmericanAbroad (It's all bread and circuses for the future prey of the Morlocks.)
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To: humblegunner
He's an action hero like Denzel!


8 posted on 02/13/2013 2:21:00 PM PST by Tijeras_Slim
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To: Kaslin

Rush makes himself sound like an idiot when he criticizes Anderson Cooper for jumping to conclusions and then does exactly the same thing.


9 posted on 02/13/2013 2:21:17 PM PST by bigbob
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To: Tijeras_Slim

Rubio ain’t the only one that needed some water yesterday.


10 posted on 02/13/2013 2:25:52 PM PST by humblegunner
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To: Kaslin
I'll likely get "flamed" for this but ehh...

Anything you hear right now should be completely ignored... until there is an official ID via dental records or whatever and you hear it directly from the authority, not Anderson Cooper or anyone else.

Secondly, and my wife and I got into a fight over this one too... I don't think the police should be lighting fires and murdering people. I'm not saying this SOB didn't deserve what he got, but the police cannot be trusted with this kind of power. They could have sent everyone home except 3-4 guys and just waited the bastard out.
Right now I'm making some assumptions that they lit the fire on purpose based on some unofficial and unverified audio I heard on youtube. I guess the audio could be faked by some turd trying to stir trouble, I don't know for sure. I just have a problem with the ideal in general that it is Ok for the police to trap him inside and light it on fire... if that is indeed what happened.

11 posted on 02/13/2013 3:15:41 PM PST by FunkyZero (... I've got a Grand Piano to prop up my mortal remains)
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To: FunkyZero

Well they burnt up the branch davidians, why not dorner?


12 posted on 02/13/2013 3:21:46 PM PST by Mmogamer (I refudiate the lamestream media, leftists and their prevaricutions.)
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To: Kaslin
Dorner was mad dog that needed to be put down but lets get a few things straight.

The government lies about everything. EVERYTHING!

The Corporate Media lies about everything. EVERYTHING!

They lie reflexively. They lie when telling the truth would serve their interests. They lie when the new lies contradict the old lies. They lie even when they know that the people they are lying to know that they are lying.

This is an undisputed fact. It is common knowledge.

Yet, when a citizen dares question stories told to them by proven, congenital liars that always lie then that person is labeled a "conspiracy theorist" and the public is conditioned to have this Pavlovian emotional response to think such a person is some kind of nut. Its not that they come up with alternatives or speculations. It seems the very notion of questioning the pronouncements of known liars is beyond the pale. No wonder this country is sunk.

13 posted on 02/13/2013 3:32:56 PM PST by Count of Monte Fisto
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To: Kaslin

Rush’s fake outrage is a little overplayed here.

One can believe that “Unconfirmed police audio from the standoff Tuesday evening with alleged cop-killer Chris Dorner suggests the fire in the cabin where the suspect was holed up may have been started by the police...”

But I don’t think that anybody thinks that “The wicked, racist LAPD burned him up for no reason.”


14 posted on 02/13/2013 3:48:10 PM PST by jiggyboy (Ten percent of poll respondents are either lying or insane)
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To: humblegunner

That was a very clever post.

Good job.

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15 posted on 02/13/2013 3:52:21 PM PST by Mears
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To: Kaslin
Perhaps if the Police had actually confirmed that Dormer was in the cabin before they torched it, they would know that it was his body. Sort of like they confirmed that the skinny white guy and the two old ladies were Dormer before they shot them up?

I actually don't mind them torching the place, beats a cop getting killed trying to shoot him. But I am more than shocked at the gangland execution mentality of “its a pickup, shoot it!, burn the house he MAY be in there.” I prefer cops to be cops, and serve justice by the force of law. Vigilante justice is not justice. If the cops are just going to execute people, lets fire 90% of the Judges and close the prisons. Save some money.

Cops should be Officers of the Law, not Executioners.

16 posted on 02/13/2013 3:57:10 PM PST by American in Israel (A wise man's heart directs him to the right, but the foolish mans heart directs him toward the left.)
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To: FunkyZero

My understanding is the SBCPD employed both smoke and tear gas canisters. These are fired projectiles and have igniters which set the charge off. These projectiles frequently lead to fires when employed against barricaded gunmen in a building with combustible materiel (carpet for instance) around. The technology appears to be pretty old and basically unchanged since the 1930’s.


17 posted on 02/13/2013 7:26:10 PM PST by robowombat
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To: robowombat
Thing is, they are quite aware of this and just like Waco, I'm guessing the gas they shot in there was highly combustible by "chance" as well.

Again, I don't want anyone to think I'm defending the psychopath that was inside, I just have a real problem with the field guys making decisions to snuff people and getting by with it. It was pretty obvious in this case that they were prepared to offer exactly zero patience in an attempt to wear him out or try to bring him before a judge. The fire was burning as soon as they could get it lit.

And as a side note, I tend to believe the guy was railroaded by his corrupt buddies... as in, his story was most likely true at it's core. I don't trust cops anymore, I've seen too much and I'll go to almost any length to avoid ever having contact with them... I don't even want them knowing my name.

18 posted on 02/13/2013 8:14:27 PM PST by FunkyZero (... I've got a Grand Piano to prop up my mortal remains)
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To: AnAmericanAbroad

There is audio of deputies ordering the house to be torched yet the Sheriff says it wasn’t intentionally set on fire. The authorities FEED conspiracy theories.


19 posted on 02/13/2013 10:07:00 PM PST by Terry Mross (How long before America is gone?)
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To: FunkyZero

The sheriff’s department says they searched the area. Yet everyone who lives near the cabin said nobody ever knocked on their door. And the cabin is a mile from the command post.

I agree the guy had it coming. He told the world what he was going to do and went out and did it.


20 posted on 02/13/2013 10:12:22 PM PST by Terry Mross (How long before America is gone?)
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To: FunkyZero

The sheriff’s department says they searched the area. Yet everyone who lives near the cabin said nobody ever knocked on their door. And the cabin is a mile from the command post.

I agree the guy had it coming. He told the world what he was going to do and went out and did it.


21 posted on 02/13/2013 10:13:57 PM PST by Terry Mross (How long before America is gone?)
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To: Kaslin
Meet Django's First Two Victims.....
22 posted on 02/13/2013 10:29:51 PM PST by zeestephen
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