SICK: Black Lives Matter Leader Shaun ‘Talcum X’ King CELEBRATED Texas Massacre

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Sean Brown AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

Upon learning the shooter who killed 27 people in a Texas church was white, the left in America was almost orgasmic, but perhaps one of the worst reactions came from Black Lives Matter leader Shaun “Talcum X” King.

King, who’s an adherent to critical race theory and believes the white supremacist boogie man is hiding under every bed in the country, took to Twitter to fanatically gloat that this time around, the shooter wasn’t a Muslim terrorist.

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In a series of truly disgusting tweets, Talcum X managed to mock conservatives, insult the victims of the attack, and display ignorance so astounding that even God was scratching his head wondering if he created the deviant leftist.

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Quite simply put, King, who was born white but pretends to be black because it makes him more money, demonstrated to the country who’s really responsible for the hatred and division we’re seeing, and he was proud to do so.

“Don’t worry everybody.

It was a white man who slaughtered half of the church in Texas.

That means everything is just fine.

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No terrorism.”

Lovely, right? He didn’t stop there, however.

“Told you it wasn’t terrorism. One key word in this tweet confirms it,” King wrote about an ABC News story referencing the shooter being white. “Guess which one.”

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“You can’t make this stuff up,” he commented on a tweet quoting someone claiming that calling for people to not politicize the shooting so soon is a “right-wing terrorism studies crash course.

Of course, no response from a race-baiting reject like Talcum X would be complete without calling conservatives white supremacists.

“The conservative response to mass shootings in America is fundamentally rooted in white supremacy.”

Then, he mocked the victims themselves as he sarcastically mimicked Oprah handing out “thoughts and prayers” like when she gives away free stuff on her show.

“(OPRAH VOICE)

You get a thought and a prayer.

She gets a thought and a prayer.

He gets a thought and a prayer.

You get a thought and a prayer.”

How nice. Unfortunately, it wasn’t just King who had a reprehensible reaction to the shooting.

Leftists across the Twitter-verse all chimed in with their horribly misinformed commentary.

Chelsea Handler, an alleged “comedienne,” tweeted:

“Innocent people go to church on Sunday to honor their God, and while doing so, get shot and killed. What country? America. Why? Republicans.”

Then there was Washington Compost “reporter” Karen Tumulty, who tweeted:

“Thoughts and prayers for people who were mowed down in a church sounds especially hollow.”

Ricky Gervais, who tweeted:

“My thoughts and prayers are that people wake the f—k up.”

And Wil Wheaton, who tweeted, “The murdered victims were in a church. If prayers did anything, they’d still be alive, you worthless sack of sh-t,” in response to Paul Ryan’s tweet.

The American left has become so obsessed with their ideology, they’ll do anything, including insult the victim of a tragedy, to reach their political ends. Be grateful they no longer hold the levers of power in their hands.

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