This act of Islamic terrorism was witness throughout the world. What the world saw as a very strong resolve in Orlando, FL. The Pulse nightclub is self described as a Gay Club but on the night of the shooting there were said to be many Hetrosexuals. The club was putting on a Latino night which brought a wide range of People to enjoy dancing and drinking. The swat team used a 250,000 dollar bearcat vehicle to ram holes in the concrete block walls to free many patrons and to kill the shooter.
The shooter’s ex wife knew of Him scouting sites to carry out His terror but said nothing, She should do prison time.
The shooter was said to be hunting down Men on gay dating apps to either kill or have sex with. Some have said that He did not want to admit His gay feelings and He was mad with Himself for being attracted to Men. He had frequented the Pulse nightclub prior to His final visit there.
Is Disney, Universal and SeaWorld safe? Yes, all three have put in measures to prevent this type of thing happening there. Each has metal detectors. I will not hesitate to visit these parks myself without any fear. These major theme parks are considered “hard targets”, terrorist would rather attack targets that are much smaller and lacking security. You can bet that all attractions all over Orlando will have the most security they have ever had.
Disney Security Statement
“Unfortunately We’ve been living in a world of uncertainty, and we have been increasing our security measures across our properties for some time, adding such visible safeguards as magnetometers, additional canine units, and law enforcement officers on site, as well as less visible systems that employ state-of-the-art security technologies.”
President Obama not interested in Orlando
As of Tuesday Morning President Obama had not even called the Governor of Florida, Rick Scott. The Governor is a Republican but normally a sitting, even lame duck President immediately contacts the Governor of any state that has experienced a disaster. The President finally decided to travel to Orlando, He is scheduled to arrive five days after the shooting. Many Orlando residents would rather He not bother, He isn’t needed here.
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The vigil will start at 7 p.m. to honor the victims of the shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlandohttps://t.co/d83QzziklB
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A candlelight vigil has been planned for tonight in downtown Nashville to honor victims of the Orlando shooting pic.twitter.com/BumdYXUHx5
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UNLV Center Hosting Orlando Club Shooting Victims Vigil Tonight https://t.co/ywZAHwbKXR
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Last night's candlelight vigil in Seattle was a bit of light and hope in response to a dark and tragic day.https://t.co/rv1gOxXzJy
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In solidarity and defiance: Toronto’s candlelit vigil for Orlando victimshttps://t.co/gH31fibfFq
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