Archive for August, 2015


In a 23-page document faxed to ABC News, the writer who identifies as Bryce Williams a.k.a. Vester Lee Flanagan said Jehovah spoke to him and told him to act. In the document the writer listed several reasons for shooting three white people, killing two of them.

“Why did I do it? I put down a deposit for a gun on 6/19/15. The Church shooting in Charleston happened on 6/17/15… What sent me over the top was the church shooting. And my hollow point bullets have the victims’ initials on them.”

The writer then expressed admiration for the Virginia Tech mass murderer and the Columbine High School mass murderers.

“Also, I was influenced by Seung–Hui Cho [Virginia Tech murderer]. That’s my boy right there. He got NEARLY double the amount that Eric Harris and Dylann Klebold [Columbine murderers ]got…just sayin.'”

The writer also complained of suffering racism and bullying for being a homosexual black man.

“Yes, it will sound like I am angry…I am. And I have every right to be. But when I leave this Earth, the only emotion I want to feel is peace….”

No chance there’s any peace where he’s goin’ .. jus’ sayin’.

“[I]t is better for thee to enter into life maimed, than having two hands to go into hell, into the fire that never shall be quenched: 44Where their worm dieth not, and the fire is not quenched.” Mark 9:43,44 (KJV)

BREAKING UPDATE: @GovernorVA says shooter believed to be “disgruntled employee” of @WDBJ7. Troopers in pursuit now. https://twitter.com/WTOP

CBS News is reporting the suspect in the Virginia TV crew shooting is Vester Flanagan. According to a former WDBJ employee, Flanagan worked at WDBJ as a reporter about a year ago using the on-air name Bryce Williams.

Vester Lee Flanagan: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

1. He Posted Video of the Shooting on His Facebook Page

2. He Live Tweeted His Apparent Motives for the Shooting

3. Police Chased the Suspect on a Local Highway

4. He Has Worked at Several News Stations

5. He Sued a Station He Previously Worked at for Racial Discrimination

WHSV.com is reporting that Vester Lee Flanagan has shot and killed himself.



WDBJ7 TV reporter Alison Parker, 24, and cameraman Adam Ward, 27, were shot and killed during a live broadcast in Moneta, Bedford County, Virginia.

Alison and Adam died this morning at 06:45 shortly after the shots rang out. We do not know the motive or who the suspect or the killer is,” said Jeffrey Marks, station general manager.

The murder happened during a live interview at the Bridgewater Plaza shopping center near Smith Mountain Lake. Parker was interviewing a woman about tourism at the shopping centre when the shooting occurred.

According to reports, Vicki Gardner, the woman being interviewed survived the attack.  She was also shot and is in surgery for a gunshot in the back. Gardner is the executive director at the Smith Mountain Lake Regional Chamber of Commerce.

The video footage from Ward’s camera captures a fleeting image of the gunman, who is wearing black trousers with a blue top, and looks like he’s holding a handgun.

Bryce williams

Vester Flanagan a.k.a. Bryce Williams



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Americans are witnessing a wave of looting, arson, and rage in black communities.

In the aftermath of the April 2015 riots in Baltimore, Maryland, Time Magazine’s Lily Rothman quoted Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., “A riot is the language of the unheard” in a feeble attempt to rationalize its devastating effects.

What Rothman’s piece didn’t mention was that Dr. King also said that “Riots are socially destructive and self-defeating” because black Americans end up on the losing end, hurting themselves.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. responds to rioting:

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Mom Fed Up with BlackLivesMatter Protestors ‘Tearing Up Communities over Thugs and Criminals’

By Jerry A. Kane


A black mom posted a video on Facebook sharing her frustrations over the senseless brutality and violence displayed by blacks and BlackLivesMatter protesters in Ferguson and St. Louis, Missouri.

Peggy Hubbard was upset by the death of Jamyla Bolden, a 9-year-old girl who was killed by a bullet fired in a drive-by shooting while lying in her mother’s bed Tuesday evening doing homework. The girl’s mother also was shot but survived with a leg wound.

The following day BlackLivesMatter protesters marched in the streets for an 18-year-old “very bad guy” shot and killed by police for allegedly pointing a gun at them.

“Last night who do you think they protested for? The thug, the criminal, because they’re howling, ‘police brutality.’ Are you fuckin’ kidding me? Police brutality? How about black brutality?” Hubbard said.

Hubbard called the BlackLivesMatter protesters “trifling” and a “joke” saying they place more value on the lives of thugs and criminals than they do the lives of innocent victims and children murdered by black thugs and criminals every night in the streets of St. Louis.

“You black people, my black people, you are the fuckin’ most violent motherfuckers I’ve ever seen in my life. A little girl is dead. You say black lives matter? Her life mattered; her dreams mattered; her future mattered; her promises mattered. It mattered,” Hubbard said

Curising and f-bombs aside, Hubbard tells it like it is, speaks truth to power, and keeps it real. She is a courageous and a strong woman taking a stand against senseless violence and calling attention to misplaced outrage by BlackLivesMatter protestors.

“Do you think the police are out here for fun? … You shoot at them and they’re going to shoot at you. If you try to kill them, their job is serve and protect, not serve and die,” Hubbard said.

Hubbard’s 6-minute video has been viewed more than 4-million times and has over 222,000 shares. Yesterday she posted another video apologizing for cursing and for using offensive language in the first video.


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In this latest video, Holly O’Donnell, a former Blood and Tissue Procurement Technician describes her most difficult experience while working for StemExpress inside a Planned Parenthood clinic.

When a full intact alive and kicking baby appeared on screen lying on a stainless steel table, I stopped watching the video and cried. Is there no end to this hell hole? This is evil, and these people are wicked.

“The worst is not So long as we can say ‘This is the worst.'”

The question we should be asking isn’t, “What kind of people would do such horrible things to a human being”?; the question we should be asking is what kind of people sits idly by while such horrible things are being done and says and does nothing to stop it.

“He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.”—Martin Luther King, Jr.

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On Monday, August 18, the Boston Red Sox held its annual Disability Awareness day at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts, and Christopher Duffley, a blind, autistic 14-year-old Manchester Boy, performed the National Anthem.

“When he started to sing, he quickly learned his microphone wasn’t working. At first, Duffley paused and, moments later, began tapping the microphone with his hand, trying to hear if it was working. Knowing what had happened by watching him on the jumbo screen in center field, the Fenway faithful, along with the players and coaches from both teams, began to urge Duffley on.”

Sometimes we know, sometimes we don’t

Sometimes we give, sometimes we won’t

Sometimes we’re strong, sometimes we’re wrong

Sometimes we cry

Sometimes it’s bad when the going gets tough

When we look in the mirror and we want to give up

Sometimes we don’t even think we’ll try

Sometimes we cry

Well we’re gonna have to sit down and think it right through

If we’re only human what more can we do?

The only thing to do is eat humble pie

Sometimes we cry

For more on the story, see Manchester’s Christopher Duffley wows Fenway crowd.

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The following excerpts were taken from my latest youtube offering, “Abortion Is Not a Good Thing.“:

“The baby might be in the woman’s body, but the baby is not the woman’s body. It has its own DNA, its own genetic code, has its own blood type, has its own functioning brain, has its own functioning kidneys, its own functioning lungs, its own dreams.”—Matt Chandler, Lead Teaching Pastor of The Village Church

“If abortion was a good thing, there wouldn’t be so much emotional damage from it. End of story. … The environment is morbid; you can just feel it. You can hear screaming; you can hear crying … If there was a higher gestation and the technicians needed it, there were times when they’d just take what they wanted. And these mothers don’t know. And there is no way they would know. “—Holly O’Donnell, Ex-procurement Technician, LLC

“Let’s have an investigation of those people who were trying to ensnare Planned Parenthood in a controversy that doesn’t exist.” Nancy Pelosi is Democrat Minority Leader of the U.S. House of Representatives

“For my daugher, for my granddaughter, for people all across Massachusetts and all across this country, I stand with Planned Parenthood, and I hope my collegues will do the same.”—Elizabeth Warren, Democrat Senior U.S. Senator from Massachusetts

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The Viewer’s View ladies have done more for race relations in seven months than Hussein I (peace be upon him) has done in seven years.

“We can no longer parade the narrative “Black Lives Matter” in front of people when we don’t feel like our own lives matter. When we take and we burn down our own neighborhoods, when we take and we kill our brothers and sisters, when we rob from them, when we do destructive things, what we’re tellin’ people is that we don’t care about our own lives; and sometimes that why people can’t care about us.…

We be your sister. We represent you. We stand for you. We stand up for you. But we can’t do that if you sittin’ down and burn down your community. Listen .. that’s embarrassing. Let’s be men and women. Let’s be united again. Let’s be Americans again.”

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