Gay black man shoots news reporters
None of which would be relevant, except that Williams specifically cited his identity as a factor in the killings. Had a white straight man killed a black gay man, released first-person tape of the shooting, and then unleashed a manifesto about being victimized by affirmative action and anti-religious bigotry from homosexuals, the media would never stop covering the story. We would hear excoriations of the Republican presidential candidates for their failures to stand with the Black Lives Matter movement—and their opposition to same-sex marriage. It is true that statistical outliers should not be used to club entire movements into submission. But leftists protesting at the linkage between Williams and their favored political causes have no ground on which to stand — they consistently blame conservatives for outlier events with no statistical basis. But most of the the media will swivel to gun control, following the lead of the White House and Hillary Clinton, both of whom called for heavier gun control laws — even as both push for the release of criminals from prisons, a crackdown on law enforcement, and a racially divisive narrative of the country pitting black against white, all for political gain.
Black, Gay Reporter Murders Straight, White Journalists — Media Blame the Gun
Black Gunman Kills White Reporter In ‘Race War’ Retaliation
A man claiming to be Bryce Williams called ABC News over the last few weeks, saying he wanted to pitch a story and wanted to fax information. He never told ABC News what the story was. This morning, a fax was in the machine time stamped a. A little after 10 a. ABC News contacted the authorities immediately and provided them with the fax.
Bryce Williams who shot Alison Parker and Adam Ward live on TV blames Charleston shootings
Not too long ago I speculated that the black gunman who killed a white reporter and cameraman on live TV in Virginia did so over race. You deleted! You want a race war deleted?
A man who was fired from his job as a television reporter two years ago took revenge against the small-town Virginia news station by executing two of his former coworkers on live television, and then posting disturbing first-person video of the attack on social media. After carrying out the shocking on-air execution, Flanagan fled and posted video of the attack on social media while also writing about his grudges against the two young journalists in a Twitter rant. Five hours later, police cornered Flanagan a three hours drive northeast in Fauquier County, Virginia where he shot himself in an attempt to commit suicide. Flanagan initially survived the gunshot wound, but died not long after at approximately pm.