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    ...is the umpteenth example of how easy it is for deranged
    people to get ahold of deadly weapons"

    At least they admitted that the black faggot racist prostitute
    was deranged and thus mentally ill.

    America, which in the past half-century has suffered at least
    five times the number of mass shootings as any other nation on
    Earth, has every reason to be inured to the steady trail of
    blood caused by maniacs wielding deadly firearms.

    But what transpired Wednesday morning on live television in
    Roanoke, Va. — with first-person video taken by the murderer
    then disseminated via Facebook and Twitter — should give pause
    to even the most jaded among us.

    And it should motivate any and every politician with even a
    thimble of courage to take stronger steps to keep deranged
    people from getting hold of firearms.

    This time, a crazed gunman killed a 24-year-old television
    reporter, Alison Parker, and a 27-year-old cameraman, Adam Ward,
    in cold blood. Two more innocent lives were plucked from their
    families and friends in an instant, by a few simple squeezes of
    a trigger.

    There’s a sickness in the heart of the nation, whereby personal
    demons, a culture of violence and the perverse pursuit of even
    the worst kind of fame intersect with far-too-easy access to
    guns.

    So remember Alison Parker. Remember Adam Ward. Mourn them.

    As for the murderer, who later took his own life: We are in the
    news business, and we therefore today must identify him as
    Vester Lee Flanagan II, aka Bryce Williams. But we hope his name
    is soon consigned to obscurity — along with the videos he took
    and enthusiastically shared of his crime in progress, and his
    twisted and racist manifesto — lest the horror of what he did
    lead others to seek similar infamy.

    Even as the perpetrator’s identity is swiftly forgotten, the
    facts of what he did and how he did it must be understood
    plainly, clinically, if the nation is ever going to wrestle with
    this plague.

    Flanagan was transparently unstable. He had race-fueled
    workplace grievances against Parker and Ward. He thought the
    world conspired to mistreat him because he was a gay black man.

    In the document explaining his motivations faxed Wednesday to
    ABC News, he called himself “a human powder keg for a while . .
    . just waiting to go BOOM!!!!” In his telling, it was the
    Charleston church massacre in June that pushed him over the edge.

    Two days after that carnage, he went out and put a deposit on a
    gun. Because even when you’re seething with murderous rage, it’s
    easy to do that in America, and especially in Virginia.

    Don’t take his word that his murders were a deranged retaliation
    for Charleston. That gives him too much credit. His rambling
    missive also reveals that he was an unhinged murder junkie who
    revered Seung Hui Choi, the 2007 Virginia Tech mass murderer,
    and the killers of Columbine.

    What must be taken seriously is not his warped justification —
    but the all-too-real possibility that another demented
    individual with a gun will now find inspiration in Flanagan’s
    sick snuff spectacle.

    http://www.nydailynews.com/opinion/editorial-all-american- insanity-article-1.2338452

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    Illegal alien muslim Barack Hussein Obama seizes on this tragedy
    caused by one of his mentally ill homosexual, black racist
    supporters, to wave the flags for more gun control.
     

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