A mass shooting in Texas
Nothing is set in concrete except for the official meme which immediately says “this is REAL terrorism” (“we are all Muslims”) leaving the impression that this was a crazed nazi, white supremacist.
I find it hard to imagine that a white supremacist would chose a Baptist church as a target. More likely, he would have struck yesterday against Antifa.
But a left-wing Antifa supporter could, wanting to stir up trouble just a day after the 4 November Antifa demonstrations.
In the meantime here is Sane Progressive’s spin on it. I must say I don’t really buy the idea of another attack with crisis actors. I would need a lot of persuasion.
Howeve, what I can say is nothing is ever as it seems these days
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Does this sound like a right-wing, white supremacist to you?
DevinKelley’s LinkedIn page says that he was a VBS “teacher aid (sic)” for “VBS AT KINGSVILLE FBC” and notes, “Dates volunteered Jun 2013 – Jun 2013 Volunteer duration 1 mo. Cause Children. Teaching children ages 4-6 at vocational bible schools helping their minds grow and prosper.” However, multiple children are reportedly among those shot in the church. Kelley’s Facebook page also showed that he had liked pages devoted to atheism, as well as those on German Shepherds, Glocks, and karate. As causes on LinkedIn, he indicated he cared about civil rights and social action, animal welfare, children, arts and culture, the environment, health, and human rights.
Despite rumors on social media, there is no evidence that he was a member of Antifa or carried out the attack on behalf of the far left group. There is also no evidence he converted to Islam and was a practicing Muslim, as other social media rumors have claimed. Although he liked multiple atheist-related pages on Facebook, it is not known if he considered himself to be an atheist or was simply interested in it. Some doctored photos have circulated on social media, and people identified the wrong people as suspects early on
Texas Church Shooter Was Antifa Member Who Vowed To Start Civil War
The gunman who opened fire inside a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, has been identified as Devin Kelley, an Antifa member who vowed to start a civil war by “targeting white conservative churches” and causing anarchy in the United States.