Meet the Press Peddles Overt Lie Texas Church Shooting Hero Didn’t Stop Killer

Fake News Panel on MSNBC Asserts Killer Committed Suicide, Wasn’t Stopped by Texas Church Shooting Hero

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A panel on MSNBC’s Meet the Press made a demonstrably false claim that the hero of the Texas Church Shooting, Stephen Willeford, didn’t stop the killer, that there was no gun fight and the killer simply committed suicide.  In essence, the panel called a hero a liar on national television, and they did so because his heroism messed up their anti-human, anti-liberty, anti-gun narrative that only people with government titles should be allowed to own guns.

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The REAL Fake Newsers were at it again, this time on MSNBC’s Meet the Press.  A panel of Progressive State Media Darlings (that’s PSM, if you’re keeping score) entered into a discussion about the Texas Church Shooting Hero, Stephen Willeford.

The panel, comprised of New York Times Reporter Yamiche Alcindor, Meet the Press Host Chuck Todd, and MSNBC froth mouther Eugene Robinson, disseminated fake news of the obvious kind when they attempted to convince their viewers that Willeford was no hero.

They claimed that the hero, the good guy with a gun that is the stuff of every gun grabber’s nightmare, didn’t actually stop the shooter.  They claimed he killed himself.

It was New York Times reporter Yamiche Alcindor who set up the false narrative.  She said, “When I was watching President Trump today, and he was making his argument that [the shooter] was essentially stopped by someone with a gun, I kept thinking, ‘but he killed himself.’

She continued to further double down on the lie, understanding what is at stake, “the shooter was not stopped, there was not a big gun fight … and I think there needs to be a fact check on how this got stopped in the first place.”

Chuck Todd, doing his best to support the lie this woman just told national television, while she claims to be a journalist (which is simple code for “progressive state media propagandist”), added, “The narrative here as you saw with Mike Huckabee and the president is a little bit off the rails.”

Willeford’s own testimony convicts them of their own lies.  Willeford said, “I know I hit him.   He got into his vehicle, and he fired another couple rounds through his window.”

There WAS a gunfight, and it happened outside of the church.  This man, unlike the narrative this lying propagandist wants to tell you, had no intention of killing himself.  Rather, he was trying to get away, and he had more ammunition and more guns with him.

There is no reason whatsoever to believe that this man was not done killing, none.  But for the courage of Williford and the man, Johnnie Langendorff, that joined him to chase this killer down, there is no telling what else this killer was planning on doing.

Of course, you can deny the long history of killing sprees, and you’d have to if you were Chuck Todd or Eugene Robinson or Yamiche Alcindor, all three of which are working desperately to spread a narrative of fear and hate designed to move Americans to empower the state and disempower the people.

The rest of us know full well what killing sprees are and this situation had all the tell-tale signs of a killing spree in the making.  The problem that Willeford presents for the gun grabbers, who thrive on the bodies of the dead, is that he was using an AR-15, the devil’s tongue, if you believe the anti-gunners, to stop a killer who was also using an AR-15.

The fact that this man was an NRA Trainer, working as he did for the organization these anti-gunners are LITERALLY blaming the murders on, only further hurts their hopeful, blood-dependent, anti-human, anti-liberty narrative.

They must do everything they can to counter this narrative, including ignoring the fact that the reason the killer was able to kill 26 people, including 7 children, was because this man was able to systematically walk through that small chapel, unopposed, facing over 50 frightened, unarmed people.

He was able to calmly choose his targets, looking specifically for children to kill.  He was able to reload and resume firing, not because AR-15s exist and non-government people have them, but because no one but him had a gun in that tiny chapel.

You see, I support stopping the killing of innocent children, which is why I support gun ownership, and concealed carry, even open carry.  The gun grabbers would rather create more gun-free zones, candy stores for anyone who wants to kill as many people as they possibly can, than allow their neighbors to have the fundamental human right to self-defense.

And the reason, to me, is clear, they trust centralized, distant, faceless, nameless power over their neighbors.  They are, the lot of them, fundamentally dangerous neighbors.  They are wanna-be informants of a police state they all dream will come into being in their lifetimes, come what may.

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