Virginia Beach: Another enraged government employee kills over a dozen people

Privileged, highly paid government authorities with boundless authority continue their mass-murder rampages.

Over the past several years thousands of Americans have been murdered by government workers or retired government workers, who view violence against their fellow man as a privilege of governmental authority.

Government employees are now the wealthiest class in American society, surpassing private business owners and all other types of workers in average wealth and income. The wealthiest 5 counties in the U.S. are now the counties surrounding Washington, D.C. In many other communities, the largest homes are owned by present or former government employees. Sources say the extravagant pay and benefits, vast authority and immunity from accountability bestowed upon contemporary government officials gives them a sense of entitlement not unlike the kings and queens of yesteryear.

In October 2018, retired millionaire former IRS employee Stephen Paddock reportedly gunned down 59 country music fans at a festival in Las Vegas. Last November, former Marine corporal Ian David Long murdered 12 country fans at a country bar in Thousand Oaks, California. Undercover FBI asset Omar Mateen reportedly gunned down 49 Americans at the Pulse Night Club in Orlando, Florida.

Now a municipal worker in Virginia Beach, Virginia, DeWayne Craddock, has murdered a dozen of his coworkers at the Municipal Center in Virginia Beach. Sources say Craddock’s 12-year term of employment was coming to an end. Craddock sprayed the halls and offices of the building with gunfire while many victims were attending Friday ice cream socials in the building. (Government workers were enjoying TWO ice cream birthday parties simultaneously in the Municipal Center.)

Like so many other violent government employees, Craddock was a military veteran. Critics say that fear of returning to the private sector generates great stress for many government workers, who are effectively disabled after being pampered with leisure time, extravagant pay and other benefits in the public sector.