A double murder in cold blood and recorded on camera is what can be expected in a culture that removes personal morality and cultivates race baiting and agitation. Liberal politicians are quick to attack the Second Amendment, distracting from the real issues.
Aug 26, 2015 Alex Jones breaks down the Virginia News shooting. (Source)
UPDATE: The words are a part of everyday conversation — “swinging” by an address and going out in the “field.” But in the twisted mind of Virginia gunman Vester Lee Flanagan II, they were pure racism — and saying them became a death sentence for Alison Parker. (...) “Alison made racist comments,” Flanagan posted while he was on the run from cops. “They hired her after that??” he wrote. But colleagues said that it was all in Flanagan’s head and that Parker was as far from racist as they come. “That’s how that guy’s mind worked. Just crazy, left-field assumptions like that,” Ryan Fuqua, a video editor at WDBJ, told The Post. (...) Trevor Fair, a 33-year-old cameraman at WDBJ for six years, said that the words Parker used are commonplace but that they would routinely set Flanagan off. “We would say stuff like, ‘The reporter’s out in the field.’ And he would look at us and say, ‘What are you saying, cotton fields? That’s racist,’ ” Fair recounted. “We’d be like, ‘What?’ We all know what that means, but he took it as cotton fields, and therefore we’re all racists.” “This guy was a nightmare,” Fair said. “Management’s worst nightmare.” Flanagan assumed everything was a jab at his race, even when a manager brought in watermelon for all employees. “Of course, he thought that was racist. He was like, ‘You’re doing that because of me.’ No, the general manager brought in watermelon for the entire news team. He’s like, ‘Nope, this is out for me. You guys are calling me out because I’m black.’ ”Flanagan even declared that 7-Eleven was racist because it sold watermelon-flavored Slurpees. “It’s not a coincidence, they’re racist,” he allegedly told Fair. (Source)