NRA SPOKESMAN COLION NOIR: ‘CASTILE SHOULD BE ALIVE.’

The NRA’s top players are still silent and for the most part, excusing themselves from the mess created by the death of Philando Castile. But now one prominent NRA spokesman has come out, and he thinks Castile should be alive.
As mentioned by The Daily Sheeple yesterday, the NRA did make an announcement shortly after word broke of another police officer involved shooting. Considering Castile notified the police officer, Jeronimo Yanez, that he was armed, the NRA likely felt it was a gun issue, and it’s certainly looking like that’s the case.
Yanez was found not guilty on Friday in what was obvious to most as a murder. In case it was missed yesterday, The Daily Sheeple posted the dashcam footage of Castile’s final moments.


This post was published at The Daily Sheeple on JUNE 21, 2017.

VIDEO OF US SPECIAL FORCES MEMBER SHOWS ALLEGED RESCUE OF IRAQI GIRL

A short video claims to have captured the daring rescue of a little girl in Mosul Iraq who was caught in the line of fire. During a hail of gunfire, David Eubank, a former US Special Forces operator-turned aid worker, was captured on video making the daring rescue.
According to Bizpac Review, the incident took place in the embattled northern Iraq city of Mosul, which is on the verge of being freed from ISIS control. Of course, it’s also an area in which US-led coalition forces admitted to using white phosphorus to achieve this imminent ‘defeat.’ Eubank, who formed the Free Burma Rangers, an aid group that delivers medicine, supplies and humanitarian support where other organizations cannot go, is seen spotting a little girl among the bodies of dozens of civilians who were allegedly cut down by Islamic State snipers as they tried to flee the fighting.
*There are images of dead bodies and sounds of gunfire in this video; it may be disturbing to some viewers. The video is only 30 seconds long.


This post was published at The Daily Sheeple on JUNE 20, 2017.