The president acknowledged that "no motive" had yet been determined in the shooting, but nevertheless connected the attack to the mass shooting at Pulse nightclub in Florida six years ago. Police say 22-year-old Anderson Lee Aldrich killed at least five people and injured 18 more in his assault on the nightclub.
The shooter was arrested and we now know that he's a serial offender.
Notice that Faux Snooz doesn't report that, but the local media has:
A man by the same name was arrested in June 2021 on felony menacing and kidnapping charges after a woman called El Paso County authorities to report her son “was threatening to cause harm to her with a homemade bomb, multiple weapons and ammunition,” according to the county sheriff’s office.
The Colorado Springs Gazette reported that the district attorney’s office chose not to pursue formal charges and the case was subsequently sealed.
Oh, the District Attorney decided not to pursue charges eh?
So more than a year prior to the shooting the alleged assailant (assuming its the same dude) threatened his family with a homemade bomb and multiple guns and apparently committed the offense of kidnapping yet the local DA refused to pursue the charges.
It is, of course, rather difficult to commit murder in a nightclub when you're sitting in prison on felony kidnapping charges.
So what would have absolutely prevented this individual from committing this offense?
Throwing him in prison for the previous one would have been rather effective, don't you think?
Perhaps the correct action in these circumstance is to throw the DA in prison for the murder committed as a direct consequence of his or her refusal to bring the previous case and prosecute it when, as apparently the case here, said person would have absolutely not been able to commit this set of murders had he been in prison.