Ted Lieu makes Texas shooting about him

| November 7, 2017 | 57 Comments

California Democrat Congressman Ted Lieu walked out of the moment of silence held by the House of Representatives last night for the victims of the Sutherland Springs, Texas mass shooting, according to Fox News. He posted the following in video format to Facebook;

“I can’t do this again; I’ve been to too many moments of silences,” Lieu said in the video. “In just my short period in Congress, three of the worst mass shootings in U.S. history have occurred. I will not be silent.”

“I urge us to pass reasonable gun safety legislation, including a universal background check law supported by 80 percent of Americans, a ban on assault rifles and a ban on bump stocks,” Lieu added.

Because, the victims in Texas were sacrificed in homage to poor Mr Lieu’s comfort, apparently. All he had to do was sit quietly and respectfully for the victims, for a spell, but, instead he reacted like a twelve-year old girl and posted his whining to social media because mean old Dad wouldn’t buy him that new dress he wants to wear to the prom.

He got some negative feed back from constituents, so he doubled down on the crybaby shit;

“I agree my prior tweet could be better,” Lieu tweeted. “So here: I pray for the victims in TX. Also, screw the @NRA & can you help Dems take back the House.”

Nothing like standing in buckets of blood while he’s campaigning. Real classy. Lieu is also a colonel in the Air Force Reserves.

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  1. OldSoldier54 says:

    Another ding-dong Democrat.

    • desert says:

      Another whiny assed dumocrap! More gun legislation, you IGNORANT ASSHOLE! It is not GUN CONTROL WE NEED…its people control, like the morons in the air farce that did not report this a.h.’s use of gun threatening his wife and kid, his beating his wife and kid and his dishonorable discharge….you freak of nature…get the hell out of politics, you haven’t a freaking clue! imo

  2. HMCS(FMF) ret says:

    Ted Lieu = Donkeycrat attention whore

  3. AW1Ed says:

    “California Democrat Congressman Ted Lieu walked out…”

    Keep on walkin’, Ted.

  4. Fyrfighter says:

    Way to go Air Force, stay classy! They really did infest the services during the last administration didn’t they.. and since by saying screw the NRA, he’s talking about me, I’ll return the favor and say screw this asshole!

    • Thunderstixx says:

      Between this clown and the fact that the Air Force didn’t bother to report the assault on his wife and kid I would say that they really need to take a look at their employee standards….
      Talk about crass, obviously an officer in the Air Force and he parades around as an officer talking shit while the Air Force is to blame for this whole mess in the first place.
      WTAF ?????

  5. Ex-PH2 says:

    Jackass personified.

  6. OWB says:

    Well, isn’t he special.

    Not. He’s a willfully ignorant fool and a liar.

  7. Veritas Omnia Vincit says:

    “reasonable” what part about shall not be infringed means “reasonable infringement” and who decides what’s reasonable this fuckstick?

    • Casey says:

      Law Professor Glenn Reynolds addresses that question here.

      Basically he discusses a three-fold test: 1)The weapon is in “common use” amongst law abiding citizens, 2)Is useful & appropriate not just for military purposes, and 3) Is lineally descended from the kinds of weapons known to the Founders.

      If a weapons fills all three requirements, it is protected under the 2nd Amendment.

      the amendment does not protect the possession of fully automatic weapons, grenades, rocket launchers, flame throwers, artillery pieces, tanks, nuclear devices, and so on. Although such sophisticated devices of modern warfare do have military utility, they are not also
      useful for law enforcement or for self-­-protection, nor are they commonly possessed by law-­-abiding individuals. Moreover, many of them may not be lineally descended from the kinds of weapons known to the Founders.

      • Fyrfighter says:

        Seeing as there were privately owned artillery, grenades, and other such during the revolution (privateers anyone) It seems that Professor Reynolds’ line of reasoning is flawed… and as for the “in common use” a century or more of BS laws relating to guns might have something to do with them not being so..

      • Mr. Pete says:

        I have read and do not agree with the points made by Reynolds in his paper about second amendment limitations.

        Those limitations are not those made by the founders who wrote the Bill of Rights. They made no limitations on what was meant by “arms” and who could bear them.

        I have extensively studied the founder‘s thoughts and writings on the issues which led to the 2A.

        In short, the founders had just won a war against Great Britain as a result of those arms which Americans possessed. Why would they therefore then write a “Bill of Rights” which restricted their rights to the very weapons which they won that war and carried daily.

        They foresaw no restrictions on what weapons could be owned and who could own them. They said as much when they wrote “. . Shall not be infringed.”

        Any restrictions devised by legislators and courts later are ex post facto justifications.

  8. Skyjumper says:

    He’s such a fine upstanding Congressman that he decided to vote “NAY” against these two bills including others:

    HR 3003 – No Sanctuary for Criminals Act
    HR 3697 – Criminal Alien Gang Member Removal Act



  9. radar says:

    The all-too-common California shitbird spreads its wings and soars into the sky….

  10. Sapper3307 says:

    He has also been Tweeting (bad Things) about the POTUS. In violation Air Force regs.

  11. QMC says:

    What a POS. GFY sir.

  12. old98z says:

    I’m looking to see what this actress has done in support of her strongly held held beliefs but so far the answer returns as zero.

    Another drama queen, nothing more.

    If I had a California vote it might matter.

    Else I can point my ass to him and splatter.

  13. old98z says:

    (pardons my typos and double entry – )
    I’m looking to see what this actress has done in support of her strongly held held beliefs but so far the answer returns as zero.

    Another drama queen, nothing more.

    If I had a California vote it might matter.

    Else I can point my ass to him and splatter.

  14. Jeff LPH 3, 63-66 says:

    Someone else should have spoken in LIEU of shit bird LIEU.

  15. 26Limabeans says:

    Air Force having a bad week.

  16. Old 1SG, US Army (retired) says:

    This guy is an immature loser. His constituents should be embarrassed and vote his ass out of office. Then again, I guess they got what the voted for…

    Check out his “clock of illegitimacy” and his comments on his official government webpage:


  17. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    TED LIEU, just another D-RAT attention WHORE.

  18. Sapper3307 says:

    Its Major Batman had a brother from another mother.

  19. jonp says:

    You know what none of the agents of death who have caused these mass shootings were a member of dipshit? The NRA.

    You know what they all had in common? They were either Muslim Terrorists or Wacko.

    I’m glad your so easy to give up your Constitutional Rights, just stay the fuck away from mine.

    Asshole fucking asshole. Typical It’s all about me leftest dicksucker

  20. FatCircles0311 says:

    It’s like Democraps have to one up each other to be the most obnoxious insufferable cunt.

    • The Other Whitey says:

      My Dad told me about an incident, about four years before I was born, when he was a young US Forest Service Firefighter assigned to the Panorama Fire in San Bernardino back in 1980 (29,000 acres, 4 fatalities, 450 structures lost including 330 homes). They came in off the line for the first time in days for their first hot meal in that time. They’re standing in the chow line at the ICP, when the line suddenly stops moving. Some asshole in a suit tells the firefighters lined up waiting for their hot meal (again, first one in 3 or 4 days) that Governor Jerry Brown (then in his first round of ruining the state of California) wanted a photo op, and everyone needs to stat where they are.

      About twenty minutes of standing there exhausted and not getting fed later, Brown shows up with a crowd of guys with cameras and lights. His suit is freshly drycleaned. He takes off his sport coat, puts on a dirty nomex jacket that one of his lackeys gave him, and gets his picture taken standing near the back of the chow line. After multiple takes, he moves up the line, repeating the process a few times. Then he cuts all the way to the front, takes a plate, and sits at one of the tables, posing for more photos with a plastic knife and fork. Then he gets up, takes off the dirty nomex shirt and throws it on the table, and finally leaves. One of his assistants throws the untouched plate of food in the trash. Only then, after the whole farce has taken about an hour, is anybody allowed to get the hot chow they’ve been standing in line for. The following day, newspapers and TV news showed all kinds of pictures of California’s great democrat governor joining the firefighters in the chow line and how he was working so tirelessly to assist them in any way he can. And somehow that sack of shit slithered his way back into the Governor’s mansion.

      You are correct, Fatcircles. The democrat party is by all appearances a massive who’s-a-bigger-douchebag contest. You see it every time something bad happens somewhere and they think they can get air time out of it.

      • rgr769 says:

        I had an asshole infantry battalion commander in the Viet of the Nam who was cut from the same cloth as Moonbeam. He would go to the artillery battery messhall where they were serving hot “A’s” and then sit outside his bunker where my men could see him eating, while they were only getting C-rats. That behavior and his other asshole-ness is why there was a rumor there was a kiddy of $3k to anyone who could kill him. On many occasions when he was chewing my ass over the radio, I thought about how sweet it would be to collect that bounty. And what is particularly galling is that these douches think they have massive “leadership” skilz.

      • Ex-PH2 says:

        Some day, Jerry Brown will die and no one will remember his name. The same goes for all these other idiots, including Senator Polenta or Petaluma or whatever her name is… I forget.

  21. The Other Whitey says:

    I wonder if Lieu would have the balls to meet Steve Willeford face to face? I just watched his interview with Steven Crowder this morning. All I can say is that I pray that I would act as selflessly and intelligently as Mr. Willeford did if I were to find myself in a similar situation.

  22. HT3 '83-'87 says:

    Seems to be a typo. They spelled his name wrong. I’ll let my man Ace Ventura spell it for you…

  23. Mike says:

    Lieu’s constituents are referred to as “Lieu-sers”.

  24. Ex-PH2 says:

    Why doesn’t someone just tell him to shut up and sit down? None of what happened in Texas was about him.

    Lord love a duck what an obnoxious jackass!!

  25. OldManchu says:

    Ted and Bradley should hook up. They are both attention whores and would make quite a team.

  26. JimV says:

    Liberalism is a mental disorder.

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