Sep 16, 2015

Time to Ban LGBT Rainbow Hate-Flag

via American Freedom Party

Bryce Williams and his flag
The world is shocked by the killing of 24-year-old reporter Alison Parker and 27-year-old cameraman Adam Ward, of small Virginia station WDBJ (a CBS affiliate), by disgruntled and disturbed ex-co-worker Vester Lee Flanagan II, who is a homosexual and a former prostitute.

The Daily Telegraph has learned that “police reportedly confiscated a gay pride flag” from the apartment of Vester Lee Flanagan (Bryce Williams) Wednesday. In an apparent hate crime, Flanagan is the 41 year-old black journalist who executed two white Virginia reporters on live television Wednesday morning before turning his gun on himself.

In a manifesto faxed to ABC News, Flanagan, an Obama-supporter, claimed that his motive involved a “race war.” Flanagan was black and gay and apparently angered by the fact that he had been a victim of racism and homophobia at the hands of “black men and white women.”

The trio of Flanagan’s intended victims were heterosexual.

The gay pride rainbow flag reportedly found in Flanagan’s apartment is seen by many as a symbol of anti-Christian hate.

After a white racist terrorist, Dylann Roof, in South Carolina murdered nine innocent black churchgoers, photos of the shooter with the Confederate Flag resulted in a media frenzy to ban the flag and remove all Confederate historical symbols.
If the Confederate battle flag is a symbol of racism, the rainbow flag is a symbol of anti-Christian bigotry.
Like the Confederate flag, the provocative gay pride flag, a symbol of religious oppression, has flown on government property.

The Confederate Flag has since been taken down in South Carolina.

Thus far the media has not reported on the fact that Flanagan owned the LGBT rainbow hate-flag.
Sunday in Reno, Nevada, the infamous gay-pride rainbow flag replaced the American flag over City Hall. The outrage was immediate. For very good reason, many see the gay pride flag as a symbol of oppression, hate and bullying. City leaders eventually backed down claiming that the fascist gay-pride flag was supposed to fly with the American flag, not replace the American flag.
Both men wanted a race war. Both men committed murder in an attempt to spark it. But both men’s stories are treated very differently by the media.

But despite these striking similarities, the type of guilt by association drawn by the media is very different in each case:
Police reportedly confiscated a gay pride flag from Flanagan’s apartment on Wednesday, but in an example of hypocrisy, this hasn’t sparked outrage from liberals who wanted to ban the Confederate flag due to its association with Charleston, S.C. church shooter Dylann Roof.
“Libs got the Confederate flag taken down in South Carolina,” blogger Dave Blount pointed out. “They have imposed a de facto ban throughout the country through their control of major retailers like Walmart, Amazon, eBay, Sears, etc.”
“The show The Dukes of Hazard has been taken off the air because it features the flag on the roof of a car.”
Another gay extremist, Floyd Lee Corkins, who researched the SPLC “Hate Map” for anti-gay groups, targeted the pro-family Family Research Council before shooting the security guard in a planned massacre that was thwarted by a security guard.

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