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A man crashed a pickup truck into the offices of a Dallas-based Fox Affiliate station on Wednesday before backing up and repeatedly ramming his vehicle through the station's floor-to-ceiling windows before getting out and accusing the station of "high treason," according to the New York Times. While nobody was hurt in the assault, the station said that its employees had been evacuated, according to the station, KDFW-TV.

A Dallas police spokesperson said the man appeared to be upset about an officer-involved shooting elsewhere and left flyers at the scene that were "mostly rambling." He has been charged with criminal mischief.

According to Fox, photojournalists at the affiliate filmed the man as he placed several boxes next to the side of the building. A bomb-squad unit was called in to investigate, but found that they were "filled with stacks of paper." Some of the flyers ended up strewn across the sidewalk. Police have since finished investigating the scene and have confirmed that there are no additional threats.

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-0...-affiliate
When's somebody going to do this at CNN headquarters?
(09-05-2018, 03:24 PM)LittleIceAge Wrote: [ -> ]When's somebody going to do this at CNN headquarters?

People on the right side of the political spectrum have more brains and more to lose than those on the left, it seems.
(09-05-2018, 03:25 PM)unclelunatic Wrote: [ -> ]
(09-05-2018, 03:24 PM)LittleIceAge Wrote: [ -> ]When's somebody going to do this at CNN headquarters?

People on the right side of the political spectrum have more brains and more to lose than those on the left, it seems.

Maybe that's our problem? Somebody asked a good question in the comments - which are always the best part of ZeroHedge: what if about 50 media headquarters' suffered the same fate? Maybe that would get their attention. Disclaimer: I am not suggesting anyone here try this. Frankly, with all the problems those Dodge Rams develop and as quickly as they do, I'm kind of surprised nobody's done this at a Dodge dealership yet.:) Everybody I know who has one has had to replace the transmission, at least once.
(09-05-2018, 03:37 PM)LittleIceAge Wrote: [ -> ]
(09-05-2018, 03:25 PM)unclelunatic Wrote: [ -> ]
(09-05-2018, 03:24 PM)LittleIceAge Wrote: [ -> ]When's somebody going to do this at CNN headquarters?

People on the right side of the political spectrum have more brains and more to lose than those on the left, it seems.

Maybe that's our problem? Somebody asked a good question in the comments - which are always the best part of ZeroHedge: what if about 50 media headquarters' suffered the same fate? Maybe that would get their attention. Disclaimer: I am not suggesting anyone here try this. Frankly, with all the problems those Dodge Rams develop and as quickly as they do, I'm kind of surprised nobody's done this at a Dodge dealership yet.:) Everybody I know who has one has had to replace the transmission, at least once.

Personally, I would prefer people to start doing this to federal reserve buildings to actually prove we have our eye on the real prize.

The fourth branch of the government (media) has dug its claws in so deeply during this 2018, but with people finally moving off Facebook maybe they will wake themselves up from their delusions.
That shit happened live on air.

And not a single other bit of news was reported on all morning long. Chuckle
It was actually quite sad. The guy was wailing and crying as they arrested him. I’m getting very soft in my old age, and it made me get all teary eyed for him.

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Is he a extremely extreme religie?
No. A very mentally ill man. He was involved in some kind of police shootout in Denton where someone in the vehicle (possibly a child) was killed. Said the police were trying to kill him, but missed, and listing out injuries he has suffered since then.

As he was laying the boxes of paper out, he apologized, and said he was trying to do this early in the morning so that no one would be hurt.
(09-05-2018, 03:37 PM)LittleIceAge Wrote: [ -> ]
(09-05-2018, 03:25 PM)unclelunatic Wrote: [ -> ]
(09-05-2018, 03:24 PM)LittleIceAge Wrote: [ -> ]When's somebody going to do this at CNN headquarters?

People on the right side of the political spectrum have more brains and more to lose than those on the left, it seems.

Maybe that's our problem? Somebody asked a good question in the comments - which are always the best part of ZeroHedge: what if about 50 media headquarters' suffered the same fate? Maybe that would get their attention. Disclaimer: I am not suggesting anyone here try this. Frankly, with all the problems those Dodge Rams develop and as quickly as they do, I'm kind of surprised nobody's done this at a Dodge dealership yet.:) Everybody I know who has one has had to replace the transmission, at least once.
Replacing transmissions in Dodge pick ups is an undocumented feature of the product.
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