NOTHING TO SEE HERE, FOLKS!: Just 7 bullets fired into a “climate denier” building during a #MarchForScience…

Find me another story about gunfire on a college campus that gets a collective “yawn” like this?

No biggie, just 7 random bullets fired in to the 4th floor of a controversial research facility.

So, the seven Belgian 5.7 millimeter bullets which hit windows and bricks around John Christy’s office from 70 yards away were apparently deemed to be “random” occurrence.

Universities are operating in a time where they are stopping people from speaking because it might hurt the snowflakes feeling but this is considered no big deal?

It’s fine…

Some facts from Dr. Spencer at UAH….

A total of seven shots were fired into our National Space Science and Technology Center (NSSTC) building here at UAH over the weekend.

All bullets hit the 4th floor, which is where John Christy’s office is (my office is in another part of the building).

Given that this was Earth Day weekend, with a March for Science passing right past our building on Saturday afternoon, I think this is more than coincidence. When some people cannot argue facts, they resort to violence to get their way. It doesn’t matter that we don’t “deny global warming”; the fact we disagree with its seriousness and the level of human involvment in warming is enough to send some radicals into a tizzy.

Our street is fairly quiet, so I doubt the shots were fired during Saturday’s march here. It was probably late night Saturday or Sunday for the shooter to have a chance of being unnoticed.

Maybe the “March For Science” should have been called the “March To Silence”.

Police say it’s fine…

The incident was reported after staff inside the NSSTC found broken windows Monday morning.

Garner says there is no campus surveillance video of the incident and he doesn’t anticipate any further investigation into the matter.


“Growing pains I would say for the city. Being a smaller moderate size city growing so quickly, it’s safe to say things like that are going to happen,” says Gault.

It’s fiiiiiine.

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