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Saturday, July 25, 2015

Conservative Nut Job Kills




Russell Houser nut job, former business owner, Nazi sympathizer, white supremacist, hated liberals, and apparently loved to have 'his way.' Rumor has it he ran for office as a Republican sometime during his latter years of life.




KATC Dot Com

Shooter Russell Houser has presence online as ultra conservative


Posted: Jul 24, 2015 6:33 PM EDTUpdated: Jul 24, 2015 6:52 PM EDT

Theater gunman has history of mental illness, politically radical views


 
John Houser photo courtesy LinkdinJohn Houser photo courtesy Linkdin

The man identified as killing two people and wounding nine more in last night's shooting is John Russell Houser, 59, of Alabama.
Houser should not have been able to legally own a gun, because of his history with mental illness, Sheriff Heath Taylor said during a 2 p.m. press conference.
 
But he legally purchased the semi-automatic handgun he used in Thursday's shooting at a pawn shop in Phenix City, Ala., Gov. Bobby Jindal said during a 5 p.m. conference today. Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms confirmed the purchase was legal.  
He spent time in a mental health facility in 2008 and 2009, Russell County, Ala., Taylor said. 
Court documents obtained by WTVM in Columbus, Ga., Houser's family had him involuntarily committed to a mental health facility in April 2008. Houser's wife removed guns from their home and said he should not have any "unless he obtained it illegally." Houser applied for a conceal-carry permit in 2006, but it was denied because of the arson charge and a 2005 domestic violence complaint and an arson arrest from decades ago, Taylor said.  
The Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks hate groups, said it has had Houser's name in its files since 2005, when he registered at former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke's European-American Unity and Rights Organization conference, according to the Associated Press.

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In addition, a John Russell Houser from Phenix City, Alabama, is listed as a member of a group called the Tea Party Nation.   
Houser was also a guest on "Rise and Shine" on WLTZ in Columbus, Ga., the station confirmed today. His LinkedIn profile says, "Guest host one day per week for more than 60 episodes. Invited political controversy on every one of them, and loved every minute of it."
In the 1990s, Houser frequently appeared on a local television call-in show, advocating violence against people involved in abortions, Calvin Floyd, who hosted the morning show on WLTZ-TV in Columbus, Georgia, told the AP.
    
Houser also espoused other radical views, including his opposition to women in the workplace. Floyd described Houser as an "angry man" who made "wild accusations" about all sorts of topics, and said he put him on to counter a Democratic voice because "he could make the phones ring."

It is chronic humorous to witness the many conservatives on social media attempting to realize this murderer away from their ideology.  American should face up to the monster it has created on the poli/social Right.  And, to think, this guy may have voted for some of the same political candidates as you.
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