Occupy L.A. honors Chris Dorner

Courtesy of Brandon Darby at, the Occupy Los Angeles ???movement??? honors incinerated mad-dog killer Chris Dorner by hoping he will ???Rest in Power???:

The statement of support and solidarity was posted on the Occupy Los Angeles??? official Facebook page Wednesday. The statement came in the form of a posted picture captioned with the phrases ???Rest In Power Chris Dorner??? and ???Assassinated By The Police for Trying To Expose LAPD Corruption.???

The Occupy Los Angeles page has nearly 56,000 likes and supporters. At the time of this article???s posting, nearly 900 Occupy Supporters ???Liked??? the expression of support for the cop-killer, and nearly 400 users reposted the image to their own Facebook accounts.

Many of the nearly 400 comments left by Occupy Los Angeles followers expressed support, with some going as far as saying ???Kill Kill Kill the White man,??? and ???LAPD got their Karma.???

Some will wonder if there???s any point in paying attention to the irrelevant remains of the Occupy movement.  For starters, those hundreds of Facebook ???likes,??? reposts, and comments are a large enough show of support to be troubling.  Occupy will never be a media darling or Democrat Party prom date again, but they???re not exactly gone.

And it???s crucial to remember they were beloved of the media and Democrats.  They were promoted unto Heaven as the ???liberal answer to the Tea Party.???  Their language and themes are still being inserted into popular entertainment.  We were told to take them very seriously, and when members of the Occupy troop committed various crimes, we were assured they were nothing but “rogue elements” who just kind of wandered into the protests, but were not representative of the “true” Occupiers.

At the same time, the Tea Party has been relentlessly abused by the media and Democrats.  It is perpetually accused of trembling on the edge of violence.  Stories have been falsified to accuse it of racism and physical menace.  High-ranking Democrat politicians, including the Vice-President of the United States, have referred to them as “terrorists.”  And of course, they were falsely blamed, along with other conservatives, for inspiring a rash of murderous crimes, including the Tucson shootings.

Implied in the Tea Party slander is the idea that their ideology is somehow violent or unhinged, at a basic level.  You heard this a lot during the Left’s disgraceful “Climate of Hate” freak-out after Tucson.  And if you’ll recall, the gist of that false accusation is that the Tea Party dislikes the government so strongly that they view themselves as revolutionaries, justified in carrying out violent resistance.

These Occupy mutants are saying that openly.  And it doesn’t bother them that Dorner’s victims included not just police officers – as if that wasn’t bad enough – but an innocent young woman named Monica Quan and her fiancee, Keith Lawrence – who wanted to be a cop, but at the time of his death worked as an armed security officer for a university.  In other words, he’s a man who was ready to put his life on the line to stop a school shooting.  He covered the floor in rose petals before he got on one knee and asked Monica to marry him.  Dorner murdered them like a stinking coward, then called Quan’s father to gloat.  And for the benefit of race-obsessed Dorner fans, here is what Monica and Keith looked like:


As for the police officers murdered by Dorner, Michael Crain had a 10-year-old son and a 4-year-old daughter.  Jeremiah MacKay had a 7-year-old daughter and a 4-month-old son.  Both also leave behind grieving widows.

“Rest in power?”  Rot in hell, Occupy.