With the release of Gregory Timm’s “revised” police report, obvious anti-Trump hostility shines a glaring spotlight on left-leaning media censorship. After this, the national media has “no place to hide” from the obviously political motivation. A deranged progressive tried to run over a group of Trump supporters. “The suspect advised that he does not like President Trump.” The local GOP insists “they must now cover this story honestly or abandon all pretenses of integrity.”
The police report that the media won’t cover
An arrest report initially released after the politically motivated attack, which happened in the parking lot of a Florida Walmart on Saturday, was so heavily redacted that nobody could make any sense out of it. The public forced the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office to cough up a “less redacted” version which makes it clear that they’re tying to hide something. They seem to have been pressured by someone to downplay that a liberal was the aggressor. The media only portrays progressives as victims, which is why they won’t touch this story with a telephoto lens.
Duval County Republican Party Chairman Dean Black put out a statement on Tuesday that clearly says what’s been on everyone’s mind since Saturday. “It’s “high time that the national media begin to act responsibly in this case and call this deranged criminal’s attack what has been clear.” The police report clearly confirms, despite the redactions, that the vicious attack on Republican Donald Trump supporters was “an obvious assault motivated by blind rage toward President Trump.”
Chairman Dean Black Statement on New Information Regarding Political Attack on Trump Volunteers
— Republican Party of Duval County (@DuvalGOP) February 11, 2020
Someone had to take a stand
According to the less redacted police report, “The suspect [incriminating or profane statement (went berserk against dirty deplorables?)] because ‘someone had to take a stand.'” Gregory Timm doesn’t bother with details like a driver’s license or tags for his van. He didn’t have either one when he went to Walmart for some grub and a pack of smokes. What he saw in the parking lot really cheesed him off. He fumed about it the whole time he was in the store. A tent set up in the parking lot with Trump supporting signs. He couldn’t wait to create something to post on social media.
“He advised that after he got his food and pack of cigarettes he went near the tent and parked.” He was anxious to show police the video he took. He was so proud. “He willingly showed a video to us on his phone that was him talking prior to driving into the tent. He was a few aisles over in the parking lot.” He made sure to set up the scene for his internet audience. Then he got ready for the feature. “The suspect then showed another video to us of him driving towards the tent with the victims standing in front of the tent.” He was barreling straight toward a group of people.
Timm wasn’t happy that his video cut out too soon. The suspect was upset that the video ended before “the good part” as he described it.” The video cuts out just before he plows through the tent. “He stated that [incriminating or profane statement (Deplorables don’t count so he didn’t try to warn anyone?)] although the video showed people standing in front of the tent, so he could go run everything over.”
“The suspect advised that he does not like President Trump and that is part of [incriminating or profane statement (why he wanted to kill Trump supporters?)] He advised the other reason was because ‘it’s like someone s#!*ting on your grave’ as the other reason.”
The police write that “multiple victims were forced to scramble away from the tent to avoid being struck as Timm’s vehicle rammed through the registration tent.” The van knocked over the tent and several tables and chairs. “Timm then got out of his car, took out his phone and flipped the victims off.”
No hate crime or terrorism charges
Timm is scheduled for arraignment March 3, on charges of aggravated assault, criminal mischief and driving on a suspended driver’s license, but nothing related to hate crimes or domestic terrorisim, which you can bet any “white nationalist” would be facing. That may change once the public outrage gets underway, The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office concedes that it’s now “investigating whether the incident was politically motivated.” Apparently to them, the suspects own admissions aren’t enough. The Federal Bureau of Instigation will be taking it out of their hands now.
Even President Trump weighed in on the controversy. “Law Enforcement has been notified. Be careful tough guys who you play with!” Senator Rick Scott condemned the “politically-motivated attack on hard-working volunteers in Duval County.” Scott is “thankful that no one was hurt.” Mayor Lenny Curry of Jacksonville also called the incident “outrageous” and added “the hate is toxic and dangerous.”
The county Republican Party vows, “@DuvalGOP will not be silenced or intimidated. They will redouble their efforts to support strong Republicans in NE Florida and around the state!”