Judging by the overall reporting by the media it would seem the biggest issue they see with the Occupy teen protester who strangled his parents is not that he was hanging out with revolutionaries at Occupy — no no – it was that he was adopted. So of course this kid had issues — nothing to do with the crazy revolutionaries who want to blow stuff up, rape, assault, steal and kill. Couldn’t be that – obviously the adoption ordeal is the root cause here. Glenn reacted on radio.
When news first broke, The Blaze reported:
The Occupy movement has had both a resurgence in terms of protest activity and media coverage. Following arrests this week in Oakland and New York, a disturbing story is coming out of California, where prosecutors claim Moses Kamin, a 15-year-old boy, murdered his foster parents and subsequently stuffed their bodies into a car.
Now it may seem odd that this allegedly gruesome act would be connected to the Occupy movement — and it‘s entirely possible that it’s not — but let’s take a look at what we know so far. The boy, who will be tried as an adult, was apparently fighting with his foster parents over the time he was spending at the Occupy Oakland camp. After all, what parent wants his or her young and impresionable teenager hanging out around those shenanigans?
In November, police claim that Kamin, who has a black belt in karate, ran away to protest with the Oakland Occupiers. It is suspected that the young boy may have even burglarized his own home and stolen the family car. Clearly, he was a troubled youth who was engaging, according to reports, in various acts of defiance.
Kamin was also recently suspended from school on a number of occasions. Tensions surrounding these incidents, sources say, may have created a portion of the motive. While there’s no telling how much time the boy spent at Occupy Oakland and how much influence the movement had on his thinking, the connection — and his parents opposition to his alleged involvement — is noteworthy.
On radio, Glenn played several pieces of violent and hateful rhetoric that has emerged from the Occupy movement. Specifically he points out protest songs calling for violence, supporters like Roseanne Barr calling for people to be killed in the streets, and Occupy protesters chanting “Kill all the cops!”.
“What do you think is going to happen?” Glenn wondered.