Even Murder Is Excused These Days: “The Gun Culture Did It”

guns SC Even Murder Is Excused These Days: The Gun Culture Did It

The murder-suicide committed by selfish, coddled phony Kansas City Chief linebacker Jovan Belcher was a tragedy for two people.  They include: his live-in girlfriend/murder victim, 22 year old Kasandra Perkins, of course, but more so their 3 month old baby daughter Zoey, who is now left an orphan because her father could not deal with hearing the word “No.”

Of course, we don’t know exactly what was being argued over when the frustration of being told “No” must have overtaken Belcher. Nevertheless, in the  aftermath, what we can see and hear gives us a fair idea of what we couldn’t see or hear as the fatal argument unfolded in the couple’s home last week. Ms. Perkins made the fatal choice to say “No” to Belcher and lost her life for it.

With the funerals not even held, we saw and heard the liberal media immediately seize the opportunity to cover for the selfish, coddled athlete even in death without mention of his own personal responsibility.

A Kansas City sports writer said: “Handguns do not enhance our safety…. here is what I believe: If Jovan Belcher didn’t possess a gun, he and Kasandra Perkins would both be alive today.”

In the maladjusted liberal mind, people, especially coddled athletes, don’t kill people; guns, knives, cars, acid, ropes, baseball bats, and other “malicious thinking” inanimate objects kill people.

It is hard to tell whose reaction to this murder/suicide is more repulsive: the media for helping a murderer escape responsibility, or the clowns in the stands tearfully holding up signs memorializing a murderer because he played professional football.

That Belcher’s involvement in a group of athletes against violence toward women called Male Athletes Against Violence was a lie means nothing to his fans and the sycophantic media. Apparently, Belcher’s pledge not to engage in violence against females doesn’t make him a liar in the eyes of his adoring fans in the stands or the press box.

“Jovan made a mistake, but he’s still our man” seems to ooze from every pore of these morons, none of whom are intelligent enough to know the difference between a “mistake” (which would be wearing one blue sock and one black sock) and an evil selfish act like killing the mother of your child and leaving your little girl an orphan.

Pray for little Zoey.

Photo credit: Gregory Wild-Smith (Creative Commons)


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  1. VirgoVince says:


  2. As Jesse Ventura would say when he was a wrestling commentator on W W F and W C W "This is the behavior for all of the fans to see?" I guess "The Devil made me do it" is old news.

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