18 Years-Old with 10,000 Rounds in the Chamber

Thank God the dipshit posted about his murderous desires.

Things are grim right now so I take pleasure in reporting a 16-year-old Norwegian Nazi tried to prove he belonged to the master race by getting his face broken by an unarmed 65-year-old grandpa.

I don’t care how bad my day goes. At least I won’t have to spend the rest of my life in prison explaining how I got my racist ass got kicked by a man 47 years older than me.


The famous anti-racist organization known as the FBI recently ranked “black identity extremists” ahead of Al-Qaeda and young white nerds with internet connections.

I haven’t really been worried about Al-Qeada since that time in freshman keyboarding class. And I have never worried about the Black Panthers deposing the government and enslaving white people.

But when I’m out about town I do think what I’d do if a dead-eyed maniac bursts onto the scene with an AR-15 and an undeveloped mind jumbled by racist memes.

From wkbn.com:

BOARDMAN, Ohio (WKBN) – Investigators said they found more than 10,000 rounds of ammunition and over two dozen guns inside the home where a Boardman 18-year-old was arrested last week.

Justin Olsen is now facing a federal charge of threatening to assault a federal law enforcement officer.

He was arrested August 7 at his father’s home on Oakridge Drive in Boardman, where agents said they found a large gun vault. Inside were 25 guns, including AR-15 style rifles and shotguns, according to court documents.

They said the user “ArmyOfChrist” posted threats, discussed supporting mass shootings and talked about targeting Planned Parenthood.

One of the posts said, “go out of your way to break [gun] laws” and “stock up on stuff they could ban,” the FBI said.

I don’t have a teenage son but if I think I might ask a question or two if he stockpiled a weapon cache capable of storming the Capital Building.

And anti-abortion zealots can disavow this guy all they want — he is the logical end point of the obtuse “abortion is murder” argument. I don’t know how any of these freaks read the Bible and deduced Jesus would’ve bombed an abortion clinic.


President Business Deals hasn’t gotten his 2,200-mile concrete wall along with southern border so he has had to settle for unleashing ICE to terrorize immigrants and sometimes brown 18-year-old American citizens too.

Being in Ohio you might think oh well the concentration camp thing sounds like Texas’ problem. That thinking would underestimate Ohio’s willingness to attract any shady corporate venture that profits on the misery of brown and/or poor people.

From M.L. Schultze of wosu.org:

Ohio is far from the U.S. southern border, but the policies and practices there are playing out here daily. The Cleveland Immigration Court has a caseload numbering in the thousands. Ohio jails and private prisons are collecting millions of dollars to house immigrants. And immigrant families who have lived in Ohio for years are planning their departures. Ohio is playing a big role in the national immigration debate.


Ohio is 1,600 miles from the U.S. southern border, but the policies and practices there are playing out here daily. According to the Syracuse University TRAC database on immigration, the Cleveland Immigration Court, which covers the entire state, had 3,699 new immigration cases filed through June. If the pace continues, it will climb to nearly 5,000 cases by the time the fiscal year ends in September.

Monthly snapshots from the TRAC reports show the number of immigrants in Ohio jails and private prisons has more than doubled since the last months of the Obama administration, largely because of a new federal contract with CoreCivic, which operates the private prison in Youngstown and has come under fire for its border operations.

It’s hard for me to imagine the evil it would require to awake every more and go to my job at the private prison company whose growth model demands an ever-expanding stream of brown people into our ghoulish imprisonment processing centers.

Love to live in a state with the political leadership enthralled by a president who looks like a misshapen wax figure at a Florida flea market and I’m not talking about John Daly the one cool golfer or so I had thought thought until he posted a cursed photo of two Hooters connoisseurs.

Good to know Trump poses the same way while he’s enriching himself with taxpayer money at his private clubs as he does when he’s using an orphan baby as a prop.


Connecticut became the first state to pass red flag gun laws in 1999. Since then it has been used to take weapons away from 1,890 dangerous men and saved countless lives. San Diego had success on a local level. They are proven to be Constitutional and save laws.

Given multiple people had concerns about the Dayton Shooter being a misogynistic troll weirdly obsessed with mass shootings maybe red flag laws could have saved people like the guy who lost his house in the tornadoes and his father in the Oregon District shooting.

This of course is tyranny worthy of political bloodshed according to a gun rights activist that has the ears of some of the most powerful Republicans in the state.

From Randy Ludlow of dispatch.com:

The State Highway Patrol has found no criminal offense stemming from a video in which the leader of a gun-rights group talked of “political bodies laying all over the ground ... we gun owners will pull the trigger.”

Chris Dorr, leader of Ohio Gun Owners, posted the video to the group’s Facebook page on Wednesday in response to Gov. Mike DeWine proposing a so-called “red flag” gun-seizure law and expanded background checks before gun purchases in the wake of the Dayton mass shooting that killed nine people.

Members of DeWine’s staff, concerned by some of Dorr’s comments, reported the video to the State Highway Patrol. Its executive protection unit guards the governor.

The State Highway Patrol didn’t charge him because they would be on Dorr’s side in that revolution.

Back in April which feels like 2013 I attended the counter-protests at the Statehouse when the Ohio House passed the most restrictive abortion ban in the country. My only personal confrontation came with a short pudgy guy who saw Jesus as Rambo.

I kept my cool until some chud in a suit with an AR-15 pin hopped on his Facebook Live laughing about how could these clowns claim to be pro-women’s rights while actually advocating for the murder of babies—as if guns don’t kill more American children every year than police and global military fatalities.

My online brain got the better of me.

“You’re the only baby I see, bro.”

He scoffed. “What kind of man are you?” he asked while encroaching my personal space. “You’re standing here, trying to protect the murder of babies. You’re pathetic.”

Looking through pictures of Dorr I see now that I came face-to-face with a powerful Ohio lobbyist who clearly fantasizes about murdering his political opponents during a campaign of righteous armed insurrection.


First Energy successfully used a schism of power in Ohio House Republican leadership to finance the return of the odiously corrupt Larry Householder to the third most powerful political position in the state.

They did that to get Householder’s network of swamp toads that includes way too many Democrats for my liking to gut the Renewable Energy standards in the state while bailing out two crumbling nuclear plants and two coal plants in Ohio and Indiana respectively.

A network of patriots has mobilized to defeat the measure at the ballot box which is the only place the Will of the People has power in Ohio public policy. They are going to have to do better than their first effort if Attorney General Dave Yost has anything to say about it when he’s not pushing fringe “Big Tech censors Conservatives” conspiracy theories on Twitter.

From Jeremy Pelzer of cleveland.com:

COLUMBUS, Ohio—A group seeking a statewide referendum to overturn Ohio’s new nuclear-power bailout law will have to restart their efforts, as Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost on Monday rejected their proposed ballot summary.

Yost, a Columbus-area Republican, wrote in a rejection letter to the group Ohioans Against Corporate Bailout that he found 21 errors with the group’s proposed summary language – a succinct explanation of the proposal provided to voters asked to sign a petition supporting the measure.

Yost’s rejection means Ohioans Against Corporate Bailouts has to revise their summary language, collect another 1,000 signatures from registered voters, and resubmit their proposal to the attorney general’s office. The group has until Oct. 21 to submit language that’s acceptable to the attorney general, according to Ohioans Against Corporate Bailouts spokesman Gene Pierce.

In a statement, Pierce said his group will submit a revised summary within the next several days that addresses Yost’s concerns.

“We plan to give Ohioans the opportunity to reject this ill-conceived legislation on the November 2020 ballot," Pierce said.

If the measure makes the ballot it will fail which is why the Republican leadership that railroaded the bill into law will do all the can to prevent it from getting there.


Ohio State’s football team is filled with a lot of good guys unlike other schools who only have criminals and steroid abusers.

But my favorite player this year will have to be defensive tackle Robert Landers who is pioneering the way football players talk about their mental health. He is maybe the most genuine player on the team.

From the Associated Press via 10tv.com:

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio State defensive tackle Robert Landers struggles with mental illness, and he doesn't care who knows it.

In fact, he wants more people to be aware of it. The mass shooting in his hometown of Dayton, Ohio, rattled him enough that he decided it was time to speak out.

The gregarious senior known as "BB" said he has suffered bouts of anxiety and depression since his father was shot to death and he was forced to become the man of the house at age 10. It wasn't until he got to Ohio State that he was mature enough to recognize what was happening and to stop regarding it as a weakness.

"God has continued to bless me and put me in certain positions, but it's still an uphill battle on a day-to-day basis," Landers said in a video he tweeted after the Dayton shootings. The video , in which he also offers condolences to the victims' families, has been viewed more than 130,000 times.

For the 22-year-old Landers, the shooting came close to home.

College football and the NFL are problematic in their own separate awful ways but I’m not abandoning the thing I like with both the Browns and the Buckeyes primed for breakout seasons. If cheering for B.B. Landers to wreck CFB and go No. 1 in the NFL Draft is wrong then I don’t want to be right.

THOSE WMDs. The day Jeffrey Epstein told me he had dirt on powerful people… Joe Biden says he says the wrong thing… Antonio Brown better have something else in store… The Great Land Robbery… Why farmers can kiss their China market goodbye