Thursday, March 1, 2018

Well now, ain't that convenient?

The Dalton Georgia school shooting this week raises questions in the media about "arming teachers " after John Randall Davidson barricaded himself in a classroom and fired a handgun.  In reality this incident has absolutely nothing to do with arming sober, willing,  trained, and competent teachers. What this shooting by teacher in a classroom should actually be doing is making more people aware that this country has a serious problem when it comes to prescription medications (especially with anti-depressants)  and that we have a problem with mentally defective people (whatever the causes social, medical, or natural). Even though Mr. Davidson had been voted "teacher of the year", was well liked by students and faculty, and was the announcer at local school sporting events, he has serious issues and is an example of how a seemingly "normal" person can snap. The MEDIA is not telling the whole truth. Once again it is not a firearm issue, but a mental health and/or a medication issue. Mr. Davidson has had these issues for some time now. Davidson turned himself into police in 2016 telling them he wanted to confess "to having someone killed". Allegedly, this teacher had an episode at school as recent as January of 2017. According to records he has been treated for depression and has been taking several different medication for years. Why would someone with his problems be allowed in a school? He sure as hell didn't need to be "teaching" kids. Here are two links to a couple of stories regarding Mr. Davidson's shennigans. I'm sure there are plenty of other stories too. Also, I wonder if he was a registered demokrat. There is a pattern with these types of shooters and Mr. Davidson is a perfect match.

This undated photo provided by the Whitfield County Sheriff's Office shows Jesse Randal Davidson. Social studies teacher Davidson barricaded himself inside a classroom at Dalton High School in Dalton, Ga., Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018, and fired a handgun, sending students running outside or hunkering down in darkened gym locker rooms, authorities said. (Whitfield County Sheriff's Office via AP)


  1. Ya know; I've never been a conspiracy theorist kinda person.....but this event came too quickly during the "national narrative" to be anything but co-hinky-dink.....

    Heh, the craziest conspiracy theory I've heard.....the radio signal that triggered the fella in Florida was tuned too closely to this fellas "go program"......

  2. Robert the BikerMarch 2, 2018 at 6:54 AM

    Looks as crazy as a shithouse rat!

  3. I think the guy took one for the team, myself. Now they just have to find out who put him up to it.

    1. After watching that clip I saw over at you site, it sure sounds like he took one for the team. Either that or it has the making of some sort of "Professor Raoul X" mind control experiment from Matt Bracken's story.


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