Tuesday, 7 November 2017

Questions about the Texas church gunman


The mainstream media are saying he was going afte rhis mother-in-law while some on the Left are saying he was a member of a Militia.

Texas gunman 'had row with mother-in-law' before church attack

Suspect Devin Patrick Kelley

















Texas church gunman Devin Patrick Kelley had three guns and had been involved in a domestic row with his mother-in-law, officials have said.

The attack on the small church outside of San Antonio during Sunday services left 26 people dead and 20 injured.


The gunman called his father after he was shot by an armed bystander, and said he did not think he would survive.



Texas Church Shooter May Have Been Targeting His Mother-in-Law


This was not racially motivated, it wasn’t over religious beliefs,” Commander Freeman Martin of the Texas Department of Public Safety said at a “There was a domestic situation going on within the family and the in-laws ... The suspect’s mother-in-law attended this church.”


Meanwhile the Right are saying that he was involved in Antifa.

They at least have some circumstantial evidence:



The Hal Turner Radio Show has confirmed that Devin Kelly featured a photo of an ANTIFA Flag on his Facebook page and was an avid "anti-racist." For months, ANTIFA has vigorously organized for their Nov. 4 "It Begins" to force out Trump and Pence. Well, when Nov. 4 came, ANTIFA found it had no support. It barely mustered 1,000 protesters TOTAL in the cities they promoted protests in, and those protests were vigorously oppsed by pro-Trump support.

The ANTIFA protest/uprising . . . was a complete FAILURE. This "triggered" Kelly and he went off the deep end, and did what his ANTIFA LEADERS CALLED-FOR: Attack Churches!

Below is a sample of ANTIFA communications wherein they tell members to attack churches:


Texas Church Massacre: What They're NOT Telling You
Paul Joseph Watson




Commonsense from H.A. Goodman

TEXAS CHURCH SHOOTER DENIED GUN PERMIT BUT STILL OBTAINED ASSAULT RIFLE: Gun Control Failed


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