Background of El Paso Shooter

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Whenever anything big occurs in this country, it is always a good idea to read the  British press.  Much of our media is so in thrall to the Left, and so bad at their jobs, that actual news goes by the wayside.  Thus I had to learn about the screwed up upbringing of the El Paso shooter by reading the Daily Mail:

 

‘I was always the one daring everyone else to go over the top in the partying category by taking the extreme amounts of whatever we had, whether Quaaludes, alcohol, magic mushrooms, or something else,’ he wrote.

Even as a father of young children and a practicing therapist counselling patients on their addiction problems, Crusius Sr admitted he continued to abuse drugs himself.

The breakdown of his marriage had repercussions for his twin young children, who in one incident were left home alone at Christmas aged 13 when his wife left for Oklahoma.

Crusius Sr wrote that on December 23 he was driving to work to give a patient a mental health assessment when he got a call from his teenage daughter Emily, multiple murderer Patrick’s twin sister, telling him the news.

‘It was my daughter wanting to know when I would be home because she needed a ride to a friend’s house.

‘I asked, “Where’s your mom? Can she take you?” An uncomfortable silence filled the air and finally she replied. “She left this morning for Oklahoma.”

Crusius Sr wrote that on December 23 he was driving to work to give a patient a mental health assessment when he got a call from his teenage daughter Emily, multiple murderer Patrick’s twin sister, telling him the news.

‘It was my daughter wanting to know when I would be home because she needed a ride to a friend’s house.

I asked, “Where’s your mom? Can she take you?” An uncomfortable silence filled the air and finally she replied. “She left this morning for Oklahoma.”

‘“What?” I said, feeling quite surprised. She had not told me of any trip or advised me that she was leaving.

‘What was shocking on the surface was to realize that my spouse had taken off without leaving an adult in charge.’

The father reacted bizarrely to the news, immediately pulling into a ‘major warehouse store’ and attempting to steal a computer hard drive.

He was apprehended by security guards and spent several days in county jail, leaving his three children to fend for themselves on Christmas Day.

When he eventually returned home, Crusius Sr wrote how his eldest son Blake was shocked at his appearance.

‘My seventeen year old son stared at me in disbelief. I sheepishly went up the stairs in a cloud of shame. My behavior of the last few years had placed him in a state of fear and uncertainty. He was the oldest and had taken on responsibility by default as the man of the house,’ the father wrote.

The majority of the father’s memoir is a rambling account of his various hallucinations and ‘visions’ while meditating with other spiritualists and ‘energy healers’.

In one bizarre session, he recounts speaking with Jesus.

‘Christ greeted me with a smile. He pulled his robe aside again with his right hand to reveal the flaming heart of love and compassion. He addressed me thus: “Bryan, you have chosen the Path of the Heart,”’ the licensed therapist wrote. 

Go here to read the rest. Most of the media has been busily attempting to paint the El Paso shooter as a member of a Trumpian neo-Nazi army, and the details of his rearing do not fit that agenda since they reveal a badly damaged product of narcissistic parents, the most recurrent motif in regard to mass shooters.  Our media long ago ceased to be interested in news and mainly now serve as Democrat party propagandists.

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10 Comments

  1. What a shock. A completely screwed up upbringing with a horrible father figure and uncaring mother. Gee, I guess it was Trump and the guns. The Left are only liars and lunatics.

  2. I think we need to remember that the left does not care why anyone would do such a thing and will blame it on everything and anything as long as they can use it to push for banning of arms in this country. We all know it’s not guns that are the problem but the mental health of the perps and/or evil of the perpetrators. Even that, the left is not interested, because for them it’s the removal of guns in this country that is important. They know even if some on our side might not know, it that if the right to bear arms is denied us, the rest of our rights are right behind.

  3. Amazing story that is completely ignored by the US media. Yes, I too go to the British press for information on important stories (including photos and video) of major stories here in the US.

  4. I would wager the Christmas and Easter collections at your local Cathedral that neither Bishop Seitz or Archbishop Garcia-Siller; or any of their comrades in that cabal of navel gazing buffoons know as the USCCB, have read anything describing the background of either shooter. However, it’s quite obvious that they are both faithful readers of the daily DNC talking points email.

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