While broadcasting live on the afternoon of the WDBJ shooting, news anchors from the station denied claims made by the shooter that the staff was racist or directed racial hostility at him.
According to WDBJ7 General Manager Jeff Marks, the alleged shooter Bryce Williams aka Vester Flanagan “quickly gathered a reputation of someone who was difficult to work with. He was sort of looking out for people to say things he could take offense to.”
Marks continued, “Eventually after many incidents of his anger coming to the fore, we dismissed him, and he did not take that well, and we had to call the police to escort him from the building. Since then, well he then filed an action with the equal opportunity employment commission in which he made all kinds of complaints and there may have been one about Allison or Adam (the 2 victims), I frankly don’t remember, about members of the staff…making racial comments.”
The shooter’s alleged behavior is disturbingly reminiscent of the race-baiting ideas found in the #BlackLivesMatter movement, which believes there is an evil white racist supremacist effort to ridicule and oppress blacks in America. As WDBJ General Manager Jeff Marks alleges, Bryce was constantly seeing racism where none existed.
There is no denying that overall liberal race-baiting tactics, along with the radicalizing (and irrational) notions perpetuated by #BlackLivesMatter, are reminiscent of the shooter’s irrational impulse to see racism where none exists.
Mark continues, “He was African American and…um none of [those comments] could be corroborated by anyone, we think they were fabricated, but just as an insurance policy we went around and talked to all our employees who might have been able to be exposed to this and we have a pretty diverse workplace. And we got nothing about that. And the equal employment opportunity commission dismissed the claim out of hand and that was that.”
Mark thinks the comments were “fabricated”, and fabrications are a cornerstone of the #BlackLivesMatter movement, which bolsters its “white supremacy” conspiracy theory with false narratives about “innocent” black victims of “police brutality”, even though plenty of evidence suggests otherwise.
On social media, here’s just ONE of countless examples of the #BlackLivesMatter morons attempting to deflate the tragedy and severity of the shooting by perpetuating myths about #WhitePrivilege: