Revenge race murder: Bitter black reporter who gunned down white ex-colleagues live on air and posted the video online blames Charleston shootings and anti-gay harassment in manifesto.
'As for Dylann Roof? You [redacted]! You want a race war [redacted]? BRING IT THEN YOU WHITE …[redacted]!!!” At the same time, he professes a deep respect for other mass shooters like Virginia Tech gunman Seung-Hui Cho. 'Also, I was influenced by Seung–Hui Cho. That’s my boy right there. He got NEARLY double the amount that Eric Harris and Dylann Klebold got…just sayin’. He goes on to say that he has faced both racial and sexual discrimination as a black, gay man and that he was just waiting to explode. . .
Flanagan was also once reprimanded by WDBJ editors for wearing an Obama campaign sticker on his jacket while reporting from an election booth in 2012, saying it 'demonstrated a basic lack of understanding of your role as an on-air journalist' and was a clear breach of impartiality rules.
But, hey, he passed a background check so I guess the gun control crowd got what they wanted.
That fact doesn't keep them from demanding more gun control of the peaceable, starting even before the bodies were cool.
As John Hinderaker at PowerLine blog says: "The Facts Don’t Matter, the Answer Is Always Gun Control."
One thing we have learned is that some murders are important and others aren’t. White policeman kills black person: important! Black person kills white policeman: unimportant. White lunatic kills black people in South Carolina: important! Gay black lunatic kills white people in Virginia: something tells me this one is going in the “unimportant” column. It doesn’t advance the narrative. Except, of course, the gun control narrative.
I guess they didn't have a gun control sign up, or the schmuck wouldn't have been able to kill anybody: "Signs Save Lives."