Almost immediately after the horrific event at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, the race-baiters were out in full force, spewing their toxic brew, from The Southern Poverty Law Center claiming that “hate is on the rise because Obama is in the White House,” to Van Jones demanding the media refer to the killer as ‘white racist terrorist’ with same force & ease that we would use terms “Muslim” + “terrorist,” to blaming Fox News for the shooting.

However, here is one of the many sane voices, obviously not getting the media attention of the race-hustlers:

Via IJ Review: Forget the Media & All the Hoopla That Comes With It – This is What People in Charleston Had to Say

Guardian: The Charleston shooting victims: a poet, a politician, a librarian, women of faith

NY Times: Church Massacre Suspect Held as Charleston Grieves

Haaretz: Charleston Jews join vigil for church shooting victims

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  1. Alain41 says:

    My soul melts for heaviness; strengthen me according unto your word.

    (Psalm 119:28)

  2. midget says:

    The martyred in the AME church believed these words also:
    “And we know that all things work together for good to those who
    love God,to those who are called,according to His purpose.” (Romans 8:28)

  3. Kitten says:

    It was all about hate, driven by an evil desire to cause a race war. But love and unity will draw this community closer together. This is who we are. While we mourn the loss of precious life, we must stand strong against those who seek to steal, kill, and destroy.

    My thoughts and prayers are for the families who are now forever changed. May Father God comfort them and give them strength and peace that passes understanding.

  4. ancientwrrior says:

    These evil doers believe they have the upper hand right now, and they may; But they will lose in the end. So it has been written, so shall it be done!

  5. midget says:

    The Christian message of forgiveness and love versus the angry vengeful
    riots of Ferguson and Baltimore upsets the agenda of the race baiters.
    We can only live together in peace if people follow the impresive witness
    of those who choose to live as Christ lived.

  6. Rob_W says:

    It is difficult to find the words to add to the beautiful and heartfelt sentiments expressed by so many of you. My heart is broken for my brothers and sisters in Christ.

    As for President Obama, I agree we need a frank discussion in this country, but not the self-serving one he wants. It is he who needs a lecture on the proper behavior of a President, and on the concepts of leadership, humility, and service.

  7. Vintageport says:

    Christon Scriven said his friend, Dylann Roof, described plans for a mass shooting and yet did nothing and told no one? How are you feeling this morning, Christon? I know how I’m feeling…heavy-hearted over the needless loss of nine lives, comforted by the knowledge that their souls are with the Lord, and full of pride for the way Charlestonians have refused to take the POSUS and Sharpton bait and have instead done their best to forgive. Oh, and I’m full of love for my Governor, Nikki Haley.

    • ancientwrrior says:

      It seems like the good people of Charleston, have thrown a wrench into the machine of hate and violence espoused and favored by the liberal leftists. 🙂

  8. Dave says:

    God bless those authentic Christian family members of those beautiful martyrs of our Lord Jesus Christ, their reward is fulfilled.

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