Mass Shooting at Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin (VIDEO) (Update: 4 Shot, Suspect Still at Large … Shooter Has Been Put Down) (UPDATE: 7 People Killed Including Gunman)

ABC News is reporting that there has been a mass shooting at a Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, WI.As per information that was broadcast over police radio, a witness to the shooting told law enforcement the shooter was a white male, bald, with a heavy build. He was wearing a sleeveless T-shirt.  It has not been confirmed whether there are more than one gunman. The shooting took place at a  Sikh Temple, located at Sikh Temple, on 7512 S. Howell Ave., in Oak Creek, WI.

God Bless the victims of yet another senseless act of violence.

A mass shooting has occurred at a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wisc., this morning.

At least four people have been reported injured in the mass shooting and no suspect has been identified.

The incident reportedly occurred around 10:45 a.m. at the temple, just outside of Milwaukee.

UPDATE I: The shooting happened at about 10:40 a.m. local time, according to WTMJ. There are reports that multiple people have been shot and that many people are still inside the Temple hiding. The local police and FBI are on location at the crime scene.

Pictures from Chopper 4 showed at least four people who were shot, though Oak Creek Police did not confirm those reports.

One witness told Newsradio 620 WTMJ’s Dan O’Donnell that at least two, possible four gunmen were hiding inside the temple.

Oak Creek Police did not confirm that they have a shooter in custody.

The shootings happened at about 10:30 a.m. at the Sikh Temple, on the 7500 block of South Howell Avenue in Oak Creek.

UPDATE II: JS Online -At Least 4 shot, victims reported taken out of temple.

At least four people were shot just after 10 a.m. Sunday at the Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, and a police SWAT team entered the building before noon and brought uninjured people out of the building at 7512 S. Howell Ave.

Victims were being taken out of the temple.

Among those who were shot was the president of the temple.

People were in the temple as early as 6:30 a.m. Sunday and many more were arriving for a service that was to begin about 11:30 a.m.

There were reports that children were taken to the building’s basement after shots were fired.

Someone who sent a text message to a Journal Sentinel reporter shortly before noon said that there were two shooters with children possibly as hostages.

And the head priest was locked inside a restroom with a cell phone and that there were as many as 20 to 30 victims.

UPDATE III: Gunman may have hostages inside the Temple. It was reported that people inside the Temple via cell phones that woman and children were hiding inside of closets inside the Temple.

UPDATE IV: FOX News reported that one shooter has been put down. A local police officer encountered the shooter and the police officer was shot by the Temple shooter. The police officer is expected to survive from gun shot wounds. Return fire from the police officer put down the shooter. CNN is reporting that the gunman is dead.

A shooting at Sikh temple in the Milwaukee suburb of Oak Creek, Wisconsin, on Sunday, left at least three people wounded and one gunman killed by a police officer, authorities said.

The officer was wounded but “returned fire, and that shooter was put down,” said Bradley Wentlandt, the police chief in nearby Greenfield, who briefed reporters. Wentlandt called it “an ongoing and very fluid situation.”

UPDATE V: 7 people Dead, including gunman.

Four people have been killed inside the Temple, 3 others have been killed outside the temple including the gun man.

At least seven people were killed, including one shooter, just after 10 a.m. Sunday at the Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, police said.

Four of the dead were inside the temple at 7512 S. Howell Ave. and three of the dead, including a shooter, were outside on the temple’s parking lot.

UPDATE VI: Description of the shooting at the Sikh Temple.

The Crying Game … Lefty Wingnut Cries Like a Baby to CNN After Huge Union Loss in Wisconsin Recall Election Loss to Gov. Scott Walker … “Democracy Died Tonight”

Didn’t anyone tell the Left moonbats in Wisconsin that there is No Crying in Recall Elections?

Check out the VIDEO below of the liberal emotional meltdown from The Blaze. Wow, after so this is the death of Democracy, eh? You mean the fact that the Left, Democrats and labor unions lost to Gov. Scott Walker in 2010 and then did so again in 2012 by an even larger margin? Dude, as Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch said last night, “This is what democracy looks like”. The people of Wisconsin have spoke not once, but twice.

This is a must see Video … cry me a river!

The Left and labor unions over-reached in a big way and got burned. There should never shave been a recall election. All the unions and the poor sport Leftist Democrats did was cost the Wisconsin tax payers money. To what purpose, because they did not agree with Walker? Sorry, but elections have consequences. An overwhelming majority of Wisconsinites believe that recall elections should be reserved to corruption and major misconduct by politicians, not when a party cops an attitude because they lost.

So why is the dude crying above, because labor unions lost in a major way.The weepy man above might want to recalculate the amount that unions poured into the recall election. According to The Hill it was $10 million.

Organized labor suffered a crushing blow with Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s (R) victory in Tuesday’s recall, a possible sign of their fading power and a worrying result for union supporters ahead of November’s election.

“They picked a fight they weren’t able to win,” said Gary Chaison, a labor expert at Clark University. “This shows them at their weakest. They’ll try to put a happy face on this but this is nothing less than a calamity for them.”

Unions combined to spend more than $10 million on the race and were the driving force behind the recall effort. But even in Wisconsin, long a bastion for organized labor and the birthplace of public employee unions, they couldn’t defeat a governor whose defining achievement was stripping public workers of their collective bargaining rights

TOTAL NON-RECALL … Republicans Gov. Scott Walker, Lt. Gov. Kleefisch and 3 of 4 GOP Senators Win Recall Victories: Scott Fitzgerald, Terry Moulton, Jerry Petrowski … Van Wanggaard Not Yet Called

Tonight in Wisconsin it was a TOTAL “almost” NON-RECALL …

Not only did Governor Scott Walker and Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch survive their recall elections and won handily, so did three of the four Republican state Senators who faced recall elections as well. Republican Wisconsin state Senators Scott Fitzgerald, Terry Moulton and Jerry Petrowski all survived an won their recall elections. They not only won, they won handily. Only the state Senate seat 21 has not been called. With 28% of precincts reporting Van Wanggaard (R) leads John Lehman (D), 60% to 40%. Seeing that Senate seat 21 represents Racine, one that went for Walker over Barrett 63% to 36.5%, it is hard to imagine that Van Wanggaard will not win as well.

UPDATE I: 100% of precincts voting and John Lehman defeats GOP incumbent Van Wanggaard, 51% to 49% …  36255 votes to 35476.

State Senate Dist. 13 Recall Election
> R-Scott Fitzgerald (I) 43,754 58%
D-Lori Compas 30,474 41%
I-Terry Virgil 691 1%
State Senate Dist. 21 Recall Election
R-Van Wanggaard (I) 16,399 60%
D-John Lehman 10,775 40%
State Senate Dist. 23 Recall Election
> R-Terry Moulton (I) 37,639 56%
D-Kristen Dexter 29,114 44%
State Senate Dist. 29 Recall Election
> R-Jerry Petrowski 39,636 61%
D-Donna Seidel 24,875 39%

Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch Wins Historic Recall Election … “This Is What Democracy Looks Like”

Hey Barack, Tweet on this … Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch took to the stage following her recall election victory and stated, “THIS IS WHAT DEMOCRACY LOOKS LIKE”. Rebecca Kleefisch was the first Lt. Governor ever to have to face a recall election and Kleefisch also made history and became the first Lt. Governor ever to survive and win a recall election.

Democrats, organized labor, public employee unions and the far Left really overplayed their hand in Wisconsin and got burned. Many thought that the recall election was totally uncalled for and unwarranted.


Hat Tip: The Gateway Pundit

“Now this is what democracy looks like,” a jubilant Kleefisch told supporters at a victory rally. “Friends, years from now they will say the campaign to save America began tonight in Wisconsin.”

With 90% of votes counted, Kleefisch (R) 54% -  Mitchell (D) 46%.

Mitt Romney … Clean Sweep in GOP Presidential Primary Wins in Wisconsin, Maryland and District of Columbia


It was a big night for Mitt Romney as the former Governor of Massachusetts swept through last nights GOP Presidential primaries in Wisconsin, Maryland and the District of Columbia.Romney was an easy winner in Maryland and DC; however, the big race of the night was in the Cheese head state of Wisconsin where Romney defeated Santorum.

Romney sweeps Wisconsin, Maryland & DC primaries … shortens the number of delegates needed for nomination

Mitt Romney won all three of Tuesday’s Republican presidential primaries, putting more distance between himself and his closest contender, Rick Santorum, who indicated he plans to fight on to his home state of Pennsylvania and beyond.

Romney’s wins in Wisconsin, Maryland and the District of Columbia put him past the halfway mark to the 1,144 delegates needed to clinch the nomination and add to a wide delegate lead that he holds over the other major GOP presidential candidates, according to CNN estimates.

Yet Santorum indicated Tuesday night he would compete in the April 24 primaries in five states, including Pennsylvania, where his campaign hopes a win would be a gateway to a run of May primaries in states where he can capitalize on higher percentages of conservative voters.

Romney turns focus to Barack Obama following sweeping victories … VIDEO

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The total delegate count to date can be seen HERE. Romney is now more than half way to victory of the necessary delegates to get the GOP nomination. However, Rick Santorum stated following last night’s sweep that he was not going away.

But Santorum has made it clear he’ll continue on through the April 24 primaries, which include his home state of Pennsylvania as well as a number of states friendly to Romney: Connecticut, New York, Delaware and Rhode Island.

GOP strategists say it’s unlikely Santorum could be swayed by any Romney endorsements, and that unless Romney beats him in both Wisconsin and Pennsylvania the race could continue on through the end of May. Romney has fallen behind Obama in the polls, a sign the long and nasty primary is hurting his campaign.

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