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Louisiana Theater Shooter John Russell Houser Pegged as Right Wing Nut, Legally Barred from Weapons Ownership in at Least One County

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What kind of man was John Russell Houser, beyond being the sort of monstrously evil shithead who would begin shooting a bunch of defenseless strangers in a movie theater? Apparently one with anti-Obama, right-wing-y, Nazi-sympathizing, talk radio call in nut, con-theoryish opinions who was a bad risk for landlords.

Yahoo! News with a bunch of details:

In 2008, Houser's wife, Kellie Maddox Houser, and other family members requested a protective order from him.

According to court documents, obtained by the Associated Press, he "exhibited extreme erratic behavior and has made ominous as well as disturbing statements."

The filing said Houser had "a history of mental health issues, i.e., manic depression and/or bi-polar disorder."

His wife also removed all weapons from their home because she feared his "volatile mental state," according to the paperwork…..

Houser had been arrested several times from 10 to 15 years ago on various charges, including arson, selling alcohol to a minor and speeding, according to the AP.

Jim Mustian, a journalist for the New Orleans Advocate, citing a local sheriff, said that Houser was denied a pistol permit in 2006 in Russell County, Ala…..

He appeared on "Calvin Floyd Live," previously called "Rise and Shine," on WLTZ NBC 38 in more than 60 episodes, according to the LinkedIn page. 

"Invited political controversy on every one of them, and loved every minute of it," he said.

The show's host, Floyd, told Yahoo News that he invited Houser on his show many times to discuss his radical views because it was entertaining and caused tremendous buzz. 

"He was a guest because he was good TV entertainment, not because it was a respected opinion that he had to say. But he was very entertaining all the time," Floyd said in a phone interview with Yahoo news. "He had Tea Party-radical Republican views on everything. I'd have a Democratic spokesperson on [for the opposing perspective]. He generated a lot of phone calls."

Houser was a member of Tea Party Nation,.

The Hatewatch Blog, which is run by the Intelligence Project of the Southern Poverty Law Center, uncovered that Houser posted about his fondness for Hitler, neo-Nazis and lone wolves on several online forums.

More Houseriana from the Washington Post, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and NBC News (who note that he was known to fly a Nazi flag over a bar he owned in Georgia shut down over alcohol code violations).

It should go without saying that Houser's individual act of vile perfidy using a likely illegally obtained weapon says nothing meaningful about the threat represented by others who might share his political opinions, his crumminess as a tenant, gripes against local Alcohol Beverage Control officials, or even his "history of mental illness," or the threat posed or legal measures to be considered against other gun owners (legal or illegal!).

But I bet you might find many occasions in cocktail party conversations and social network comment threads to have to say so.

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  1. Jim Mustian, a journalist for the New Orleans Advocate, citing a local sheriff, said that Houser was denied a pistol permit in 2006 in Russell County, Ala…..

    Well, they should have banned him from having a gun. The system really dropped the ball.

    1. ^^^^^^THIS

      Yuuup. Maybe more laws would prevent this from happening ever again. After all, when seconds count the police are . . . .

      1. ..Busy hanging a #blacklivesmatter activist in their jail cell, and then claiming it was suicide?

        1. Fuck is that bad. I mean really really bad. No way did she commit suicide. She was an activist. Getting arrested on bullshit charges helped her cause. They murdered her. The cops fucking arrested her for nothing, took her to jail and murdered her. That is terrifying.

          1. I’m no cop fan, but I find that harder to believe than an activist with a history depression and suicidal thoughts killing herself. Partly because I don’t want to believe the police would do that, and also I can’t imagine they’d be so brazen and stupid. Hopefully the truth–whatever it is–will eventually come out.

            1. It is cops, brazen and stupid is never a bad bet.

              1. I’ve actually only eerienced this once, in more than 50 years.mand I was a mouthy kid, though white.

                The exception was a single cop in a small twon force, and he was almost universally loathed by his co-workers. This was in the Peoples Republic of New Jersey, so there was a Police Union fighting to keep him employed, even though everone in town knew he was going to end up costing the taxpayers millions.

                Absuolute jackass.

                From what I read, however, the problem is widespread, and in a lot of urban locations, systemic.

            2. Both are equally plausible. But, it is more likely she killed herself. She could see herself as a martyr who is helping to bring down the police state.

              1. Seems to me that it would be difficult to prove that her death was murder unless she really struggled against the perp who was busy trying to hang her. Makes me wonder if a taser would leave a mark that a good autopsy would find. You’d think there would be some sort of surveillance footage of the cell or at least the cell block. But unless the police were particularly stupid there’s a chance they could figure out a way to make an execution look like a suicide. Any evidence for that? Indeed, not much.

            3. The truth won’t matter. The naritive is simple, victim black+ cops white= guilty white cops. Truth is now a matter of political or social perspective.

            4. Partly because I don’t want to believe the police would do that, and also I can’t imagine they’d be so brazen and stupid.

              Yep, if they killed her, that’s worse than I’d expect, and I expect a lot of bad from them.

        2. I just don’t understand why she couldn’t find someone to bond her out. It would have only been $50 with a bondsman.

          1. Maybe she was never given the option?

          2. She can only find someone to bond her out if she is able to make a phone call to do so.

          3. I think the bond would have been on the assault/P.O charge (and one or two others). Not that it was necessarily a huge bond, but I doubt it was $50.

            1. And you don’t get bond until you go before a judge, which she hadn’t.

              1. There was one article that quoted her bondsman, as he was one of the last to talk to her.

                1. You recall what he said about either her or the bond?

          4. Supposedly some family members had a chance to bail her out, but didn’t.

  2. You know who else “made ominous as well as disturbing statements”?

    1. Warty?

    2. Sugarfree?

    3. The first guy to invoke a woodchipper?

    4. Agile Cyborg?

    5. Nostradamus?

    6. ME!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Just because we will never know the motives of the guy in Chattanooga, doesn’t mean that the media doesn’t know for sure that who is to blame for this guy’s actions, namely;

    the confederate flag, the Republican Party, the Libertarian Party, Roger Gadell, the designated hitter rule, low taxes, government austerity, Mike Rowe, the American Sniper movie, Clint Eastwood, the lack of black Oscar nominees, the Patriarchy, slut shaming, and the Washington Redskins not changing their name.

    1. And that guy from Duck Dynasty.

    2. Mike Rowe! I LOL’ed.

    3. Yet, from the post below, it seems the anti-GMO crowd has killed/will kill tons more people (including women and children) than this guy did.

      1. They mean well creech and that is what matters.

    4. Jesus! I just realized that the last racist motivated shooting resulted in the confederate flag coming down, I won’t what stupidity this will lead to.

      1. He listened to talk radio. Clearly Rush Limbaugh needs to be forced off the air.

        1. We have a winner.

          Look for a full court press on this.

      2. Wow that was a big typo

        won’t = wonder

        Damn how did manage to screw that up?

      3. Obviously banning the Gadsden Flag.

      4. Taking down the Confederate flag is an example of stupidity? I see your point, but a much better example would have been, say, Apple temporarily removing Civil War games from the app store. Taking down the flag was not stupid (though it shouldn’t have taken a shooting to do it).

        1. Taking down the flag was a stupid reaction, whether or not it made sense to take it down anyway (it did)

        2. Calidissident

          Hypocrite

        3. Taking down the Confederate flag is an example of stupidity?

          Yes it was. Some guy kills some people and since he had some photos taken with a flag the response is to take the flag down. Makes logical sense. And once you accept that the Confederate Battle Flag is an offensive symbol that has no place in society how is the Apple Store reaction wrong?

    5. Hulk Hogan.

    6. If Mike Rowe is wrong, I don’t want to be right.

      1. That is because you are a bitter clinger.

      2. Mike Rowe is HAWT…jus saying..if he weren’t married an I weren’t married, I’d totally rock his world.

        /Rowe groupie

        1. Is he married? I only see photos of him with his little dog.

          1. hmmm…hard to tell from a quick Google. He may not be, but I’m still married. Some other libertarian woman needs to grab that man pronto! We need the best breeding stock.

            1. Oh, come on Granny…you’d rock his world given the chance. And, we’re okay with that.

            2. Don’t you and hubby have a list? You know people you are allowed to cheat with?

    7. If I were ever to do physical harm to a person for a single reason on that list, it would probably be because of the DH, though American Sniper was really shitty.

      1. What, you don’t like Big Poppy or Adam Lanza?

        1. If his nickname were Big Poppy instead of Big Papi, he would be much more bearable.

          1. I am not a Red Sox fan. I thought it was Big Poppy and then that Japanese pitcher they had, Daisy Kay Matsusaka. Is that not right?

            1. Daisy Kay Matsusaka

              “Dice-K” wasn’t even a nickname, really – that’s a pretty accurate phonetic spelling of how ‘Daisuke’ is pronounced.

    8. Nobody mentioned STEVE SMITH?

  4. Where is Captain Hindsight? I’m sure he’ll show up eventually… he’s probably busy giving quotes to every other media outlet..

  5. I know it is difficult to judge the thinking process of a lunatic, but what exactly does shooting up a movie theater have to do with the Tea Party? What did he think he was doing to further the cause?

    1. Wasn’t it an Amy Schumer movie? Maybe he just hated bad comedy and the people who watch it?

      Perhaps we should use the lefts tactics. The left attacked Amy Schumer, and then this guy shoots up a theater playing one of her movies, obviously the left’s hate speech against Amy Schumer made him do it, and so we should abolish the minimum wage.

      Makes about as much sense.

      1. Schummer was asking for some nut to come and shoot up the movie theater by being so offensive to this guy’s values. It is no different than if she had made a movie about Muhammad.

        1. Won’t work. This guy was a white cis-gendered hetero so making a movie insensitive to his culture is considered “punching up” while making a movie about Muhammad would be “punching down”. Check your privelege, you cis-hetero male shitlord.

    2. Possible copycat? The Colorado shooter was sentenced the day Houser attacked. Or maybe he thought the movie itself was some kind of political message he needed to neutralize? Who knows….

      And you could ask the same question of the Charleston shooter. Why did he think shooting up a black church would further his cause? Crazy people do things for crazy reasons.

      1. I think the Charleston guy thought black people were corrupting the white women and he wanted to take out as many as he could. That is insane but it does have a logic to it.

        1. But most of his victims were old and/or women. Heck, three of them were reverends!

          1. I said it has a logic to it, not a good one.

          2. He was trying to fix the Medicare problem?

            1. Killing off older people a few at a time seems like a terribly inefficient way to fix the problem…

              1. Being ‘Terribly inefficient’ is absolutely no impediment to any government jobs program…

              2. + 1 Soylent Green

    3. If he was bi-polar, and in the middle of an episode, he likely wasn’t logical-particularly if was deep into an episode. Generally, peoples’ personalities intensify with bi-polar – however you are normally is magnified during an episode. My brother in law is a nice, sappy fellow normally, and is a bucket of tears hugging everybody – assuming he remembers who you are – during an episode. And he has little memory of what he did during an episode. So if an asshole has bi-polar, he’ll be a nuclear asshole in an episode. A deranged wing nut MAY become murderous rampager during an episode. Of course, no reason to harass the 99.9999 percent of gun owners who are peaceful.

  6. Man, the guy even LOOKS like a creepy Nazi.

    So get ready to be inundated with all John Russell Houser news all the time for about the next week or two.

    1. It is funny how people can totally fit the stereotype sometimes. Yeah, that guy should have moved to Hollywood and started auditioning for “creepy old Nazi guy” parts.

  7. Why can’t homicidal maniacs just kill random people without it being a grand conspiracy of blame any more?

    1. Political pugilists have to score points somehow, Granny.

    2. Yeah. Maybe he was just a nut who happened to also be a Nazi. Not every act is political. And lunatics have political views too.

      1. Not every act is political.

        Try telling a progtard douchenozzle that.

        1. This.

          Remember, just yesterday Major Doucheman told us that he viewed grilling meat as a political act.

      2. And they will gloss over that nazis are leftist in nature.

    3. Because TEA PARTY = AMERICAN TALIBAN!!!1 narrative

      1. and “we’re still investigating the motives of the Chattanooga shooter.”

  8. So a member of the small-gov, free-market Tea Party was a great fan of state-uber-alles German fascism and totalitarian leadership.

    He didn’t have to shoot up a movie theater to prove that he was a nut.

    1. small-gov, free-market Tea Party

      I lol’ed.

      1. You forget the (very) early days when the TP was basically a bunch of Ron Paul whackadoos.

        1. Plus that’s still how the media portrays them. That and racist, which is also all the media ever really says about the nazis, probably because they really don’t want too many people to make the Nazis = big government connection.

          So there’s your connection: Nazis = racist, Tea Party = racist (according to the media), therefore Tea Party = Nazis.

          1. Through the transposition property of politics. *puffs pipe* Naturally.

        2. I remember those days. In my area, the Tea Party started off as a libertarian/Libertarian movement. As a Libertarian, I was invited to join, and I was going to until it got co-opted by the Religious Right, after which I quickly got the hell outta there.

          I’m not sure Ron Paul’s followers are all that into Bible thumping. Not saying that they weren’t in there too; it was a strange mix of different interests at the time.

  9. He looks like a Rethuglikkkan to me.

  10. Jesus, how far are we from a Reichstag fire moment? Is this it?

    Time to outlaw talk radio, the Tea Party and the Republicans.

    Time to ban all monuments to Lafayette too. He helped slave-owners commit treason and killed an unarmed crowd on the Champ de Mars.

    1. We are so close. So close. Imagine if a bomb went off in Congress next summer. You don’t think it is out of the realm of possibility that Obama would cancel the election and declare a series of emergency powers? I don’t. And while I find that unlikely, I am absolutely certain his followers and the entire major media would support his doing so.

      1. I actually do consider it completely outside the realm of possibility. A national election has never been cancelled. Similar stuff was said about Bush the Younger by lefties in 2003/04 and 2007/08. It was crazy talk then and it’s crazy talk now.

        1. Well Hitler didn’t cancel the elections either…

          1. No no no, Winston. You don’t actually say his name. It goes like this:

            You know who else didn’t cancel the elections?

            1. Saddam Hussein?
              Kim Jong Il?

              Plenty more elections were rigged in the past and plenty more elections will be rigged in the future. Think of it as fundamental to human nature.

            2. Good King Friday?

            3. Matthew Broderick?

        2. I dunno. Republicans never consider lefties to be terrorists.

          While pretty much every Democrat/Leftists things Republicans are terrorists.

          1. I personally think all elected politicians of both major political parties are terrorists…

    2. Or……..we could just get rid of all the progressives. Round them all up and put them on a one way train to Cuba.

  11. Anybody else getting the Rand Paul ad that says “Chip In $5”?

    1. For beer? weed? Doritos?

      What do we get out of it?

    2. $5? I must be getting old, I remember back when freedom cost $1.05.

  12. Great, the progs finally got their “radical right wing Tea Party nut job who snaps and shoots a bunch of people” story. I’m sure they’re response on social media will be totally calm, reasonable, and measured…

    I suspect that his political views had little to do with his going nuts and shooting a bunch of people at a showing of a shitty Amy Schumer movie, and more to do with being at a shitty Amy Schumer movie in the first place.

    Also, he kind of looks like Billy Bob Thornton, so when they make a crappy movie about how this EVUL right winger shot up a movie theater because “kkkulture of hate” or some shit we know who they’ll get to play him.

    1. The problem with the Kulture of Hate meme is that didn’t he kill a bunch of Red State white people? They have the right wing murderer they have so long dreamed of, but I don’t think they have the crime.

      1. All the victims supported Hilary Clinton. So it’s a hate crime.

      2. It doesn’t have to make sense for them to push the narrative.

        The scary thing is that just last week Weasley Clark was spouting shot about sending “extremists” to camps, and now this “right wing extremist” snaps and shoots a bunch of people. Logic doesn’t enter into it when there’s a narrative to flog and political enemies to punish.

        1. A guy I from my gym says it’s a psy-op. He also says New Town was faked too.

    2. I’m sure they’re response on social media will be totally calm, reasonable, and measured…

      Shortly after that happens, Hillary well be indicted for her many feloHAHAHAHAHAHA

    3. Look let’s blame mental illness (he’s not Muslim, so it’s not terrorism), but it’s not pointless to consider that our version of rightwing propaganda, incessant demonizing of all things deemed a threat to the white man, might give some insane people a cause. Just as insane Muslims are given a cause by jihadist rhetoric (their version of right-wing propaganda).

      1. Re: Tony the Marxian,

        Look let’s blame mental illness (he’s not Muslim, so it’s not terrorism), but it’s not pointless to consider that our version of rightwing propaganda, incessant demonizing of all things deemed a threat to the white man, might give some insane people a cause.

        So the problem, in your estimation, is speech. Isn’t it?

        1. Isn’t always? Tony’s all for free speech, but…

      2. So, what are we to label the incessant demonizing of all things deemed a threat to the White woman ? The Black man? The Polynesian woman? The Gays and Lesbians? Are those examples of this “rightwing propaganda” of which you speak? If so, that would probably shock the leftist killers here.

      3. Look, I was the first to call people out for not wanting to admit that the kid who shot up a black church was probably a white supremacist. But is there any logical connection between his actions and his ideology?

    1. Of course, he’s too much of a chicken shit to actually do anything himself.

      1. What a beardo. Seriously, what a beardo.

        1. Oh, he’s a murderous fuck, alright. It’s just that he doesn’t want to get his hands dirty, and would much rather it be some mysterious force or cabal or…whatever to do the deed.

          Then he has the nerve to bitch about people reporting his stuff to his media bosses. ‘Cause, no way could a guy who puts these thoughts into electronic writing ever misrepresent news stories.

          No, no…never.

      2. He’ll just be content to watch from the sidelines while the undesirables are loaded onto cattle cars. Years later he’ll feign ignorance, just like the bulk of the German population did after WW2. “I had no idea they were sending people to concentration camps, how could any of us had known?” Uh-huh, sure.

    2. Self-awareness is definitely not the prog species’ greatest asset. If someone on the right made a similar statement about the anti-Religious Freedom report, he would be on the pariah list right this moment.

  13. #Whitegunmenmatter

    1. Only if you’re in a Gun Free Zone.

  14. The last mass shooting erupted in progressive jihad against the Confederate flag–I still can’t figure out the connection between them.

    The progressives are as likely to go after his right to appear in the media as they are to come after our Second Amendment rights. Or, if they’re gonna follow suit, they’ll probably turn this into a jihad against the Washington Redskins.

    After this last shooting, how can we as a nation tolerate the Washington Redskins?

  15. It should go without saying that Houser’s individual act of vile perfidy using a likely illegally obtained weapon says nothing meaningful about the threat represented by others who might share his political opinions[…]

    Or the fact that a cinema theater that advertises itself as a “gun-free” zone did absolutely nothing to enforce its own rule or to live up to their advertisement. How come nobody ever talks about the basic negligence of those goodists who want to defy common sense by imposing such idiotic rules yet expect everybody to abide by them without enforcement?

    If people went to that theater expecting it to be a “gun-free” zone, don’t the theater owners bear much of the responsibility when they fail to deliver? Don’t they all?

    1. No. The “gun-free zone” = “free-fire zone” element of this will be roundly ignored, as always.

      Besides, these incidents are too useful to advancing the preordained Prog narrative that all of America must be a gun-free zone.

    2. Are you saying the theater put up a sign at the door saying that people who carry can’t carry in their establishment?

      Or was this some kind of government regulation that said you can’t carry in a movie theater?

      1. AFAIK Louisiana law allows carry in a theater, unless the theater owner has a policy against it. This theater did prohibit firearms, open or concealed and licensed or not.

        Not sure about a sign on the door, but the notice from their FAQ is making the rounds.

  16. Not sure how a right wing guy is also a Nazi.

  17. Failed to mention that he supported Obama.
    Of course that doesn’t fit with his other tendencies – sounds like he was a changed man.

  18. This guy has been a nut for years. But apparently this is the first time he turned violent. He said he supported Obama because he liked his spending program.

    1. Nice to completely take what he wrote out of context. He supported more government spending because he wanted a financial collapse that would lead to civil war not because he’s some sort of economic leftist.

  19. Apparently one with anti-Obama, right-wing-y, Nazi-sympathizing, talk radio call in nut, con-theoryish opinions who was a bad risk for landlords.

    The media will be relieved that they finally got one.

  20. Have they explained why he was angry against the government for what they apparently did to his business?

    Bureaucrats bust up businesses all the time and I can see why people flip out.

  21. lone wolves on several online forums.

    Like, lone wolves or is there some group called Lone Wolves?

  22. But did he have a confederate battle flag?

  23. I guess now when the left and the media try to blame this on a tea party member, they will be right. There dreams finally came true. With in an hour after the news broke they were bring up gun control. Also in the local news they couldn’t say the shooter was a wight man enough.

  24. What I want to know: were the people shot talking loudly during the movie? Because if so, I’m not sure where my sympathies lie….

  25. Pegged? Pegged? He sure is a nut, you said so yourself, and he sure is right wing. He’s not pegged, he is.

  26. who note that he was known to fly a Nazi flag over a bar he owned in Georgia shut down over alcohol code violations

    Dammit, I’m still sore about losing the Stars and Bars, now I have to get rid of all my Nazi flags too?

  27. Oh, and since I’m not done making light of mass murder:

    Goddamn, Reason. The progressives warned you that Amy Schumer was going to cause a mass shooting, and instead of listening, you ridiculed them. Are you happy now?

  28. Every time a shooting happens and the shooter is white, the media clamors to say he is a crazed right winger. Eventually, they will be right but notice the crickets about all the shooters who were lefties.

  29. Can you make ominous statements that aren’t disturbing?

  30. It now appears that the recent alleged Chattanooga shootings was a fully hoaxed/staged event, with at least one alleged victim having previously died in 2004, in Iraq 🙂 .

    However, his unfortunate 2004 death did not did not prevent the individual from subsequently appearing live, years later, on “The O’Reilly Factor” :-).

    See: “Chattanooga Hoax? Victim Reported Dead Years Before Shooting “:
    http://www.activistpost.com/20…..-dead.html

    So why would any rational person believe this latest [LA] shootings story, huh?

    Like 9/11, the Batman Shootings[Holmes] etc. etc., its probably just another psyop , complete with actors.

    Regards, onebornfree
    The Freedom Network: http://www.freedominunfreeworld.blogspot.com

    1. Huh. I’ve heard people make allegations about dead Democrats voting, but apparently now they’ve graduated to holding public office.

  31. “Thank God!” – news outlets across ‘murka

  32. “Pegged”? He was a right-wing nut.

  33. What a piece of shit this killer is.

    A TeaBagging ‘John” type. Conservative and proud of it.

    1. Yes Tonybot

      He was a TeaBaggin’ John type Obama supporter.

      And that is a special kinda crazy.

      Glad to see you still posting. I was worried he was you.

  34. reason is so cute when it pretends that rightwing wingnuts don’t exist.

    When did this site become one of the reflexive, brainless anti-left websites? What a shame.

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  37. So, the only evidence that the shooter had “Tea-Party Republican” views is the word of the TV host? Is he some sort of expert on what the Tea Party movement believes? What exactly do “radical” Republicans believe? What’s his evidence for any of those characterizations?

    As for the Nazi stuff, are there still people out there who don’t understand that National Socialism is a movement of the political left? How often must we debunk the “Nazi were right-wingers” canard before people stop swallowing that tripe?

  38. Somehow this article neglected to mention that Houser had also been involuntarily hospitalized by court order for his mental illness at one point.

    He’s been dangerous for years, the real issue is why we don’t remove such people from society – oh wait, I know why. It’s because leftists and wingnut libertarians fought against civil processes that would put such people in institutions.

    The left should realize that this is their fault. We had lots of notice this guy was dangerous and insane.

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