Disgruntled Minority Massacre(s)? New Shooting At NAS Pensacola, As Navy STILL Hasn’t Revealed Name Of (Hispanic) Pearl Harbor Shooter
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An alert popped up on my phone about a shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola, which is in Florida. This, I realized, is a new shooting at a Naval base, after the one at Pearl Harbor in which the Navy still hasn’t officially announced the name of the submariner who ran amok in Pearl Harbor.

A military source anonymously told the Associated Press that the Pearl Harbor gunman’s name was G. Romero. (First initial only is how the Navy tends to refer to seamen in internal communications.)

Nothing is being announced about the gunman at Pensacola, either. [Gunman Is Dead After Shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Officials Say, by Derrick Bryson Taylor and Christine Hauser, December 6, 2019]

A reminder that the US Armed Forces, although more successfully integrated than most American institutions, have a long history of Disgruntled Minority Massacres (in which a member of a minority group shoots white co-workers because he considers them "racist")...and a long history of covering them up as much as possible.

See my article The Multicultural Military Success Story—Its (Deliberately) Forgotten Failures.


The Navy wants to hush up interracial violence, and the Main Stream Media cooperates. These stories are all about MSM behavior in the Washington Navy Yard shooting, committed by Aaron Alexis, right:

Ann Coulter has proposed a rule that that the longer it takes the authorities to reveal the gunman's name and picture, the less likely it is to be an Angry White Male.

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