Visiting Odessa, Texas? Domestic Terror kills 5 today
If you visit Odessa, do you need prayers or guns? You find everything you need for a fun and relaxing experience at Cinergy, a local movie and entertainment center. Today this relaxing experience included a deadly domestic terror attack. Many are fighting for their lives in local hospitals.
On Saturday afternoon in Texas, USA 5 innocent people are dead, 21 injured, including 3 brave police officers are among the victims
Everyday American’s can’t fix this ongoing series of domestic terror attacks in the U.S. The United States may need a Constitutional Convention to change the 2nd amendment. A 2 party system & when one party is bought by NRA (National Rifle Association) then good luck. But to say Americans don’t want it to end just isn’t true, says a reader.
A suspect was pulled at 4.13 pm local time, driving a gold-colored Honda approaching the Cinerg complex. He shot a police officer and fled. He then stole a postal vehicle at the scene of the mass shooting and took off again.
Visiting the United States means taking a risk of getting shot in domestic terrorism. More and more governments have been warning their citizens to take this into consideration when visiting the land of the free.
In the meantime, the divide between Republican and Democrats in this country with only two major political parties becomes more tragic.
“This F You is for all the Republicans in Congress that will be tweeting thoughts and prayers or we are with Odessa… You guys aren’t with no one but the NRA”
On the other side, a tweet said: “Here goes the 2nd amendment!! the more mass shootings these liberal idiots want stricter gun control!! be they don’t seem to realize it’s not the gun it’s crazy people with guns that commit these mass shootings!!”
Two messages were posted addressing President Trump;
1) Thank you, President Trump, for protecting our 2nd Amendment rights to shoot people dead.
The scene in Odessa Saturday afternoon was chaotic. Local radio KOSA reported the Music City Mall was evacuated. The station was told to “get away from the window” during live coverage. They described it as a “very chaotic scene.” The suspect just hijacked a U.S. mail carrier truck and was last seen in the area of 38th and Walnut,” the Facebook post read. “Everyone is encouraged to get off the road and use extreme caution! All law enforcement is currently searching for the suspect and more information will be released as soon as it becomes available.
After a deadly mass shooting and domestic terror attack in El Paso, Texas earlier this month, that also killed a German tourist in a Wallmart, the store refused to stop selling guns. eTN Reported about it,
A tweet summarized: “In the meantime, the NRA decided on a new marketing money maker “assault” automatic weapons. using the 2nd amendment as its ad campaign and selling to the ultra-right crazed apocalyptic, fearing the Clintons?”
Here is what Visit Odessa wants you to know about the city they love:
Odessa is a vibrant, energetic and dynamic city in West Texas that boast fresh air, awe-inspiring sunsets and the friendliest people you’ll ever find. A visit to Odessa can put you in a replica of Shakespeare’s Globe Theater, in the cockpit of a World War II fighter or in the premiere archive and leadership library dedicated to the Presidency.
Odessa is home of champion athletes such as Olympic Silver Medalist Toby Stevenson, and NFL greats Roy Williams, Marcus Cannon and Bront Bird. We’re proud of all our sport teams and their achievements, In fact, Odessa was the setting for both the national best-selling book and feature film Friday Night Lights.
Odessa is located in the geographic region known as the Permian Basin. In 1926 the discovery of oil propelled the city into an enviable destination. Odessa quickly became the service, workforce, transportation and manufacturing center of the Permian Basin. Today, it continues to be considered one of the major oil field technology center in the world.
Odessa is located in Ector County midway between Fort Worth and El Paso and it is the 30th largest city in Texas with a population of 114,598.
Odessa is approximately 2,851 feet above sea level. The climate is mild and semi-arid with summer average temperatures ranging from the 60s to the upper 90s and winter average temperature ranging from the low-30s to the upper-50s.