This Is Obama’s Racial Divide In Action: Black Employee Shoots White Reporter Saying That “She Made Racist Remarks” And Films It (Watch Video)

By Walid Shoebat

The alleged shooter, African American Vester Lee Flanagan II — who went by Bryce Williams on air — shot himself shortly appearing to rant about the victims on Twitter and uploaded a horrifying video he filmed of the shooting. In the video, he appears to approach his three victims, lurk next to them for nearly a minute and then fire more than a dozen times. He whispers “Bitch” after pointing the gun at Parker. He later tweeted “I filmed the shooting see Facebook.” And here it is:

He accused the victims — reporter Alison Parker, 24, and cameraman Adam Ward, 27 — of racial prejudice, alluding to complaints filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the station’s human resources department.

“Alison made racist comments,” Williams tweeted, referring to Alison Parker, the 24-year-old reporter who was killed. The fired African American employee with a chip on his shoulder thought this was fair enough that they deserved to die, so he killed them.

Bryce Williams posted his own video of the shooting on social media, which disappeared in minutes.
Vester Lee Flanagan still alive after failed suicide

WBDJ- TV reporter, Alison Parker moments before her death at the hands of Vester Lee Flanagan.

The black employee “Williams” was a former WDBJ reporter who was fired about two years ago.

The shooter has been identified as Bryce Williams, a.k.a. Vester Lee Flanagan II, a former reporter at WDBJ.
Williams was fired after “many incidents of his anger coming to the fore” and had to be escorted out of the building by police, Marks said. Shortly after that, Williams filed an EEOC complaint against the station. Hours into the manhunt for the shooter, Williams tweeted his rant against his victims and posted his video of the shooting to his Twitter which included all his sick looking photographs.

An eerie voicemail on a number listed for Williams assures callers they have reached Bryce Williams but called “the right number at the wrong time.”

“Presently I’m out communication with people, so sometimes that takes a little bit longer than expected,” Williams says.

Williams who belongs to the Jehovah’s Witness cult (see his tweets)  ends the message by telling callers to “always remember this scripture for the day: That this is the day that the Lord has made. Let us rejoice and be glad in it. You have a blessed day.”

So now that he used Scripture, I am sure they will label him as “Christian gun owner”. This sort of Christianity mired with heresy is hardly Christian and if in doubt, one must review the Christianity of Obama which is plagued with social gospel that only leads to more racism. Scriptures say that there is neither Jew or Greek, male of female … black or white falls under the same category: we are all the children of God.

Yet the White House has called the Virginia shooting “another example of gun violence that is becoming all too common in communities large and small all across the United States.”

Press secretary Josh Earnest said:

And while there is no piece of legislation that will end all violence, there are some common sense things that only Congress can do that we know will have a tangible impact on reducing gun violence in this country.

Congress could take those steps in a way that would not infringe on the constitutional rights of law-abiding Americans. And the president has long advocated the president taking those steps, and the president continues to believe that they should do so.

Blame the gun and not the motive: racism and all that “Black Life Matters” while non-blacks including the “gun” are “fair game”. What utter evil.