Holocaust shooter and neo-Nazi weirdo James Von Brunn died in prison. In additional being a killer, he was a known "multiculturalist." Cause of death is unknown, though it may have something to do with getting shot, or being 89. [TPM]
We all know that the types of people who watch Glenn Beck on Fox News aren't exactly intellectual leviathans, but what does it say about their collective sanity when Beck has to lecture them on-air about the perils of mass-murder.
Why would a right-wing extremist shoot up the Holocaust Museum? To get the message out. And it's working—news networks are turning to neo-Nazi John de Nugent for background on James von Brunn. He's thrilled about the publicity.
Well you just knew that Shepard Smith's off the reservation intellectual honesty at Fox News would backfire—Conservatives are going after him, some demanding Fox fire him, for the heresy he committed by making comments critical of right-wingers yesterday.
Former Drudge alter ego Andrew Breitbart thinks James von Brunn was a "multiculturalist just like the black studies and the lesbian studies majors on college campuses." How do we know? He left us an enraged voicemail!
The feds filed a criminal complaint today against James von Brunn for the murder of Steven Tyrone Johns, a security guard at the National Holocaust Museum. It includes a note von Brunn wrote saying "Obama was created by Jews."
One of the things we've been waiting all day to see in the aftermath of the shooting today at the Holocaust Museum was how the conservatives would spin the incident. Now, thanks to Glenn Beck and Debbie Schlussel, we know.
Who taught 89-year-old neo-Nazi killer James Von Brunn how to use the internet? Isn't it weird how much of a net presence he had, for a century-old lunatic? We have his (surprisingly postmodern) art and his weird forum posts.
Stephen Tyrone Johns, a security guard shot today at the D.C. Holocaust Museum, died after being taken to the hospital. The shooter, suspected to be 88-year-old white supremacist James von Brunn, is in critical condition. [Wash. Post]
When the Department of Homeland Security issued a report warning of potential violence by "right-wing extremists," the right-wingers of the internet were enraged. Then some right-wing extremists started killing people.