Well, actually, Adam Kokesh, former IVAW member and guest of the DC prosecutor’s office last year, jumped the shark when he publicized his loaded shotgun on the streets of DC. But if this doesn’t drive a nail in his coffin, I don’t know what will; apparently, he’s defending the Las Vegas shooters, whatever their names were;
“Think of how many lives might have been saved by this incident. How many people would these cops have killed had they not been killed?” he asked. “We can only hope that some of the officers in America are listening — if you care about your own safety — to understand that you are hurting people, and you can only push them so far before they hit a breaking point.”
Kokesh argued that blaming [what's-his-name] and [what's-her-name] was “kind of like blaming the victim,” adding that they could have been thinking about the time his home was raided after he posted the video of himself loading a shotgun in downtown D.C.
After a 15 minute rant about the SPLC, Kokesh concluded that the civil rights group may have confused his time as a “violent psychopath” working for the U.S. Marines with his current anti-government beliefs.
“And they want to say that I’m the guy that has some responsibility for this, that they need to associate me with the Millers. And there is an association, there is. Yeah. There is certainly something to be learned from this connection,” Kokesh said. “Violence begets violence. Turning to the institution of government to deal with these problems, an institution that is based on violence is guaranteed to make the problem worse.”
In the end, Kokesh called the killing “not necessarily unjustified violence,” even if it was “crazy and stupid.”
Yeah, he kind of veered off from being mildly amusing to bat-shit-crazy. I hope he enjoys being on the no-fly list.
Category: General Whackos