Dana Goldstein's headline says it all, "Holocaust Museum Shooter is White Supremacist."
Charles Johnson, of course, says the shooting vindicates the discredited DHS report on the extremist right?
Little Green Footballs has officially joined the other side. Compare Charles to Digby at Hullabaloo: "It's pretty clear that the right wing has lost whatever restraint it had and that the ongoing paroxysms of violent, extreme rhetoric are having their effect."
More at Memeorandum.
I'll update with more reactions. It's going to be a long night ...
UPDATE: This post has been picked up by ...
See also, Kathy Shaidle, "Holocaust Museum shooter von Brunn a 9/11 'truther' who hated 'neo-cons', Bush, McCain." As Kathy notes:
* William Jacobson, "Taking Advantage of The Holocaust Museum Shooting."
That this shooting occurred shortly after President Obama's former mentor, Rev. Jeremiah Wright, blamed "the Jews" for his lack of access to his former parishioner is a troubling confluence of events.See Kathy's blog for more information and links ...
Also: Officer Stephen Tyrone Johns, the heroic guard at the Holocaust Museum, has died: "Holocaust Museum guard killed in shooting, gunman wounded."
UPDATE II: Gawker's running this headline, "The Rise of Right-Wing Violence."
Andrew Sullivan's running right along with Charles Johnson: "Time To Apologize To Napolitano?"Greg Sargent is even more specific, "D.C. Shooting: Time To Revisit Criticism Of “Right Wing Extremists” Report."
But see Greyhawk's post, " “Told Ya So” - 89 year-old shooter “confirms DHS report”."
UPDATE III: Robert Stacy McCain links, and he's also got another post up, on Glenn Greenwald, "Pot, Meet Kettle." Greenwald's link is here. Ed Morrissey responds as well: "Glenn Greenwald calls me “fear stricken,” which is rather humorous from the man shrieking with fear over the Bush administration’s surveillance programs."
Plus, Media Matters spins the DHS meme to its warped conclusion, "Will Republicans Admit That Their Partisan Outrage Over The DHS Report Was Misplaced?"
Oh, great. The Politico's getting in on the act: "Attacks validate DHS report, some say."