March 9, 2012
On Thursday, an al-Qaeda gunman attacked Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic on the University of Pittsburgh campus.
Not really. It was an employee at the clinic who went postal and killed a fellow worker and shot several others, which gave the cops an excuse to prepare for combat and march around campus in camouflage with automatic weapons as if ninja jihadists armed with AK47s and RPGs were on the loose.
This sort of combat mentality is now standard procedure in response to drug dealers, domestic disputes, and other common law enforcement situations.
It’s all part of an ongoing effort to blur the distinction between the military and the police and acclimate the populace to the prospect of a standing army in their midst.