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“Non-Religious” Oregon Gunman Targeted Christians, Was Good Friends With Muslim Jihadist Sympathizer

10/02/2015 3 comments

The gunman, identified as Chris Harper Mercer, was a registered independent who, according to his own words, had “been waiting to do this for years.” I cannot help but wonder if Mercer changed his online dating profile to “republican” for the express purpose of promoting a false narrative for the liberal media that a mass murderer wasn’t just a crazy killer, but a crazy conservative as well. After all, if you’ve been waiting years to commit mass murder, you’ve also been making a few specific plans along the way …

Psalm 37:32, “The wicked watches the righteous, and seeks to slay him.”

Related: ISIS Claims Oregon Mass Murderer As One Of Their Own

Oregon Gunman Loved The Occult, Hated Christians

Oregon Gunman Loved The Occult, Hated Christians

By Robert Spencer, Jihad Watch – “Does having a jihadi friend make Chris Harper Mercer a jihadi? Certainly not, and his dislike for ‘organized religion’ and identification as ‘not religious’ virtually ensures that he was not a Muslim. But his hatred for Christianity and friendship with Mahmoud Ali Ehsani, an open sympathizer with jihad killers, is telling: those who love and hate the same things tend to gravitate to one another, and in this case, what drew these two together may have been a shared hatred for Christianity and love for violence and murder, whether the motivation for that bloodlust be the jihadists’ oft-repeated love for death, or a love for death springing, as in Chris Harper Mercer’s case, from other motivations.

‘Father of Umpqua college shooting victim: Gunman singled out Christians,’ by Ed Payne, Sara Sidner and Kyung Lah, CNN, October 2, 2015:

Roseburg, Oregon (CNN)The gunman who opened fire at Oregon’s Umpqua Community College singled out Christians, according to the father of a wounded student.

Before going into spinal surgery, Anastasia Boylan told her father the gunman entered her classroom firing.

“I’ve been waiting to do this for years,” the gunman told the professor teaching the class. He shot him point blank, Boylan recounted.

Others were hit too, she told her family.

Everyone in the classroom dropped to the ground.

The gunman, while reloading his handgun, ordered the students to stand up and asked if they were Christians, Boylan told her family.

“And they would stand up and he said, ‘Good, because you’re a Christian, you’re going to see God in just about one second,’” Boylan’s father, Stacy, told CNN, relaying her account.

“And then he shot and killed them.”…

He identified himself as ‘not religious, but spiritual,’ and said that he disliked Read more…

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