A horrendous mass shooting occurred at a Sunday church service in Sutherland Springs, Texas, when Devin Patrick Kelley, 26, an ex-Bible studies teacher and a discharged former US Air Force member, walked into the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs and opened fire.
Dressed in all black tactical gear, carrying a military assault rifle, Devin Kelley of New Braumfels, San Antonio, carried out the shooting, killing a 2-year old baby, a 14-year old girl (the pastors daughter), a mother with daughters of 6-years old and 8-years old, amongst many others, with victims ranging from ages of 2-years to 72-years old.
The only reason Devin Kelley was stopped was that a neighbour confronted him with his own rifle and shot Devin where his body wasn’t protected by body armour, making Devin flee in his car. The two neighbours, Stephen Willeford, 55, and Johnnie Langendorff gave chase in their vehicle until Kelley lost control of his car, where after Willeford managed to shoot the attacker dead whilst inside the vehicle.
Thankfully, the others in the community were also armed, otherwise, Kelley’s attack could’ve been even worse. This is the worst mass shooting in all of Texas history, and with it coming so close to Antifa’s reported November 4th “revolution”, one can only wonder and presume if Antifa, (which is funded by George Soros), could be behind this latest sickening attack. This is still unclear and unlikely that it will be reported on mainstream news networks in this way. Either way, all we know right now, as it was described by President Donald Trump, is that America has a big “mental health problem” when he spoke from Japan.
Sutherland Springs is located not far from San Antonio, which was where Devin Patrick Kelley was from. He had been described as a “creepy outcast”, whom was popular amongst the other outcasts at New Braumfels High School, preaching atheism on his Facebook page. He also had an affinity for guns.
Devin Patrick Kelley joined the US Air Force after High School, as he reportedly stated that he didn’t like living in Texas. He was dishonourably discharged from the US Air Force for assaulting his wife and child back in 2014.
Devin Kelley killed 26 people, but the kill count is expected to rise from the other 24 who were injured, many of them critically. The Connally Memorial Medical Center said “multiple” victims are being treated.
24 bodies were found inside the church, and 2 more were found outside the entrance to the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs. Devin Patrick Kelley lived at home with his parents, along with his wife and child. We cannot confirm whether the shooter had anything to do with Antifa, or if he had any ties to the group, but perhaps this could be investigated by the authorities. Better yet, why don’t they tell the public just that? That’s the major untold clue in all of this news reporting from the mainstream news media.
Antifa have of course been labelled a domestic terrorist group, however, could it be that this man was simply just suffering from serious mental illness? It doesn’t seem likely, as being mentally ill, doesn’t make you just shoot people after Antifa’s November 4th, “it begins” revolution that they had planned, does it?
Congressman of Texas, Vicente Gonzalez, stated to MSNBC about the victim count: “they won’t have final numbers until probably a few more hours”, based on what he knew. He didn’t believe the incident to be terror related, but it: “was some kind of other incident that has to do with the church or the community”.
Vicente Gonzalez, the Democratic congressman has also been ridiculed after he initially said that the shooter was ‘Sam Hyde’ to CNN in a live broadcast, some hours after the shooting. (Read our afternoon article on that, coming soon.)
President Donald Trump said the following about the attack: “Victims and their families were in their sacred place of worship. We cannot put into words the pain and grief we all feel,’ he said in a televised statement from Japan, urging everyone to “Stand strong, oh so strong. In dark times such as these, Americans do we what do best and we pull together. We lock hands and we joins arms. Through the tears and through the sadness we stand strong.”
While Democrats will call for more gun control after this incident, if it wasn’t for the gun baring neighbour who hunted Kelley down, the situation will have got worse before first responders arrived on the scene.
One wonders what will be revealed in investigations by Police and the FBI and as to the said motives of this attack on the mainstream media. Was he working for an organisation? Was he just mentally ill? Or was it something else? All of this is not known at this current time, but our money is that he’s really an Antifa operative.
Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected by this horrible shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas.
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