When the sack of water and meat that called himself a human being walked into that church in Texas last week to commit that horrible act on so many of those innocent people; he had no idea how many people were going to be in there or what they looked like.
Despite that, never worry about liberals coming up with a reason so far off the beaten path of logic that it becomes laughable.The problem with the Texas church massacre, where 27 innocent people were killed? Whiteness.
This, according to a political science professor at Drexel University. Apparently, blaming an entire race for the actions of an individual is not racist so long as a white person is at fault. Check this out…
From Breitbart: Controversial Drexel University professor George Ciccariello-Maher argued that the recent Texas church shooting was caused by “whiteness.”
“You know, Trump makes hay out of the fact that white men, in particular, feel as though they’re the victims of this society, despite being in absolute control of it,” he said during his interview. “And this is something that is powerfully dangerous, and it’s why we’re not seeing only the rise in violent attacks, more generally, and the rise of far-right movements, but we’re certainly seeing, you know, clearly, sort of some very serious incidents of mass violence, as well.”
George Ciccariello-Maher blamed the Vegas shooting on whites, too.
From Breitbart: Ciccariello-Maher, in a tweet rant, attempted to argue Monday morning that the Las Vegas mass shooting was the product of America’s “white supremacist patriarchy.”
Nobody bears the blame for murdering another human than the person who committed the act.
Period. However, an Air Force error would’ve prevented Devin Patrick Kelley from acquiring firearms legally. Someone messed up big time. Check this out…
From Fox News: The U.S. Air Force didn’t report Texas church shooter Devin Kelley’s domestic violence conviction to the FBI — even though it was required by the Pentagon — leaving the door open for Kelley to buy weapons, officials said on Monday.
Kelley’s conviction wasn’t submitted to the FBI’s Criminal Justice Investigation Services Division for inclusion in the National Criminal Information Center database that is used to conduct background checks on would-be gun purchasers, Air Force spokesperson Ann Stefanek said.
The Holloman Air Force Base Office of Special Investigations — the base where Kelley was stationed — was supposed to enter his information into the database, according to a statement released Monday night by the Air Force.
More, from Daily Wire: Kelley, who used an “assault-style rifle” and owned two handguns, should not have been able to legally purchase the weapons due to his history of violent criminal behavior — but the government made a mistake, NPR reported. “Under federal law, his conviction disqualified him from legally possessing a firearm.”
“He assaulted his stepson severely enough that he fractured his skull, and he also assaulted his wife,” retired colonel Don Christensen told The New York Times. “He pled to intentionally doing it.”