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Right-wing propaganda is formenting terrorism across the United States — Black Lives Matter is not causing violence against police, Republicans are.—Ronald David Jackson

Robert Lewis Dear: He was driven insane by Republicans and their propaganda arm, Fox News. Both are responsible for the killing of civilians and police officers. Republicans have become America's ISIS. How many will have to die before the Republican Party (America's neo-Nazi Party) is called to account?
Robert Lewis Dear: He was driven insane by Republicans and their propaganda arm, Fox News. Both are responsible for the killing of civilians and police officers. Republicans have become America's ISIS. How many will have to die before the Republican Party (America's neo-Nazi Party) is called to account?
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‘No more baby parts,’ Suspect in Attack at Colorado Planned Parenthood Clinic Told Official

By Wesley Lowery, Danielle Paquette and Jerry Markon
The gunman suspected of storming a Planned Parenthood clinic and killing a police officer and two others used the phrase “no more baby parts’’ to explain his act, according to a law enforcement official, a comment sure to further inflame the heated rhetoric surrounding abortion.

The attack on the clinic, allegedly by Robert Lewis Dear Jr.,was “definitely politically motivated,’’ said the official, speaking on the condition of anonymity because the investigation is still underway. NBC News, which first reported the comment, said that Dear also mentioned President Obama in a range of statements to investigators that left his precise motivation unclear.

Yet even as authorities released few details about Friday’s shootings, the politics of the highly charged abortion issue seemed to outstrip their efforts to be methodical. While antiabortion activists denied any knowledge of Dear and said he is not affiliated with their movement, pro-choice activists countered that comments by conservatives against Planned Parenthood had precipitated the violence .

Vicki Cowart, president of Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains, cited “eyewitness accounts” in asserting that Dear “was motivated by opposition to safe and legal abortion.”

“We’ve seen an alarming increase in hateful rhetoric and smear campaigns against abortion providers and patients over the last few months,” she said in a statement. “That environment breeds acts of violence.”

Planned Parenthood, which provides abortions and other health-care services, has been at the center of a political storm as the 2016 presidential campaign heats up. Republican candidates have denounced the organization, especially after an antiabortion group released a series of surreptitiously filmed videos in which Planned Parenthood officials discussed the techniques and financial aspects of harvesting fetal-tissue samples for scientific research.

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