Aaron J. Danielson’s family has been vindicated in light of the justice served last night.
Michael Forest Reinoehl learned the hard way that if you want to fight a “Revolution,” you’d better be a bit better equipped, not to mention better-organized.
Late last night, federal authorities moved in to arrest Reinoehl in Washington, as a warrant was rightfully out for his cold blooded murder of a young man, Aaron J. Danielson, who dared to support Trump and dared to support prayer.
Predictably, Reinoehl failed to turn himself over to federal authorities and attempted to fight them with gunfire, which ultimately resulted in his own demise.
It is likely that Reinoehl knew this outcome would happen, however, as he gave a carefully timed interview to Vice regarding how he is now being “hunted” for killing an innocent person. Claiming he was totally innocent, of course, Reinoehl claimed he “had no choice” but to kill Danielson if he were to defend people of color.
“You know, lots of lawyers suggest that I shouldn’t even be saying anything, but I feel it’s important that the world at least gets a little bit of what’s really going on,” Reinoehl said. “I had no choice. I mean, I, I had a choice. I could have sat there and watched them kill a friend of mine of color. But I wasn’t going to do that.” [Source: Vice]
He also went on to add that he was now being “hunted” to someone else, who had already begun setting up a GoFundMe for the children he apparently ignored while he was out “protesting” every night.
Curious timing, indeed.
Regardless, the most absurdly deluded mind would consider themselves a victim after devastating a family and killing a completely innocent person in cold blood, but that is clearly the view that Reinoehl held.
“Every Revolution needs people that are willing and ready to fight,” he allegedly wrote, according to The Oregonian.
“There are so many of us protesters that are just protesting without a clue of where that will lead. That’s just the beginning that’s that where the fight starts. If that’s as far as you can take it thank you for your participation but please stand aside and support the ones that are willing to fight. I am 100 % ANTIFA all the way! I am willing to fight for my brothers and sisters! … We do not want violence but we will not run from it either! … Today’s protesters and antifa are my brothers in arms.” [Source: Fox News]
Uh, it was quite clear that he didn’t “run from” violence. On the contrary, he ran towards it when he shot a Trump supporter in cold blood, relishing in his death afterwards and eliciting cheers from a violent, psychopathic mob.
Furthermore, as he learned, if you want to run towards violence, perhaps it isn’t the greatest idea to try to fight against powers that really do enforce the law, and as unfortunate as this news may be to the rioters, it is technically not against the law to support Trump, but it is definitely against the law to murder someone in cold blood.
The fake news media, however, will undoubtedly paint a cold-blooded murderer who was turned in by his own sister into some massive hero, quoting only from other equally like-minded liberal lunatics, that is.
Of course, The New York Times is already all over this story, finding every quote under the sun about what an ethical person he was.
One of the best examples can be seen below:
“Nightly, he would break up fights,” said Randal McCorkle, a regular at the demonstrations who said he became close friends with Mr. Reinoehl as they wore on.
“He wanted change so badly,” he said. His death, he said, would likely inspire others to continue the movement for police reform. “I was going to say radicalize, but galvanize is a better word,” he said. “Honestly, I’m going to try to step into his shoes.” [Source: The New York Times]
So, he supposedly broke up fights, but then killed an innocent counter-protestor in cold blood. Sounds like liberal logic, all right.
Furthermore, if by “stepping into his shoes,” Mr. McCorkle means also killing and shooting Trump supporters in cold blood, this nation is due for some very scary times indeed.
Fortunately, Trump has preemptively deputized Oregon to ensure that this senseless act of violence does not happen again, no matter how much blood, fire, chaos, and total devastation the rioters really want.
One can only hope there will not be any more political martyrs before November 2020, if Trump has anything to say about it, anyway.