These Two Sentences Spoken By Virginia Reporter That Killer Found To Be ‘Racist’ And Lead to Her Death
How does one make sense, out of a senseless act? Especially from a brooding and apparent racist mind, the answer is perhaps there is no answer.
No rational mind could conceive that two innocuous words could produce such hate, as to take the lives of two innocent people.
And yet that’s exactly what happened as this twisted and evil gunman Vester Lee Flanagan ambushed his two former coworkers, killing them almost instantly.
And within that twisted and racist mind this evil man decided that the words “swinging” and “field” were somehow racist.
The context of those two words when used in a sentence about “swinging” by some place; the other was out in the “field” somehow put him over the edge to actually murder them on live TV, as Alison Parker was doing a morning broadcast with her cameraman Adam Ward.
Hours later the gunman took his own life however not before sending a 26-page manifesto about being discriminated and tweeting just before he blew his brains out that “Alison made racist comments”.
Screen grab of Flannegan's twitter rant:
In truth this was a scary guy, who couldn’t control his temper and was finally fired from his job as a reporter at WDBJ TV in Roanoke, VA, and apparently harbored a lot of resentment towards two people who perhaps he envied, and simply wanted to destroy.
h/t: NY Post