BLM activist and hate preacher Talbert W. Swan demonstrated his preference for racial divide over truth by a pair of recent tweets suggesting that the Virginia boy, who shot Abigail Zerner earlier in the month, would have been treated differently if he wasn’t white. Only, as a Twitter user “The Redheaded libertarian” The boy was, in fact, black.
Swan, president of the Greater Springfield chapter of the NAACPOn January 14, 2014, he wrote: “A six year old white boy in Virginia packs his mother’s 9mm Taurus pistol in his backpack, goes to school, and intentionally shoots his teacher. If he were Black, there would be demands for his parents to be arrested and various conversations about neglect and bad parenting.”
Swan used Twitter to write a second time the next day. “If a six year old Black boy packed his mothers gun in his backpack, went to school, and deliberately shot a white teacher, they would’ve arrested his mother, father, sisters and brothers, aunts and uncles, distant cousins, and neighbors by now.”
The hate preacher — who has previously been called out for spreading falsehoods Publicly wishing for others to die — was referencing the Jan. 6 shooting of first-grade teacher 25-year-old Abby Zwerner.
TheBlaze was previously reported This is a 6-year-old student Richneck Elementary School in Newport News was allegedly the target of a 9mm handgun that his mother registered. Zwerner, who was in a defensive position, had her hand out and held it up, then the bullet entered Zwerner’s hand.
Abigail Zwerner is said to be in stable condition.
FOX 6 indicated She escorted her students to safety even after she was shot. Another school employee ran to stop the suspect.
According to the New York PostThe boy had already told another teacher that the boy wanted to set her on fire so she would die.
According to some reports, teachers asked for help before the attack and noted that the child was having trouble sleeping.
The Washington Post reported One incident saw the boy throw furniture around the classroom, forcing others to flee. Another incident involved the boy barricading the classroom doors, which prevented a teacher or other children from fleeing.
Further, the Post reported that school officials received a tip that the boy was carrying a gun at school but were unable to retrieve it in the time allowed.
These and other insights into Swan’s case are already available publicly, so @TRHLofficial did not have to waste Swan time speculating on hypotheticals. He informed Swan that the boy was okay. is indeed black:
Police are not involved “arrested his mother, father, sisters and brothers, aunts and uncles, distant cousins, and neighbors.”
The hate preacher seems to be unaware of this insight. blocked Redheaded libertarian. Swan did not treat her like this.
One user on twitter suggested that a Christian preacher should be “sowing a unifying message” Instead of doing “this a race issue.”
Swan, a NAACP chapter president, claims on his website that he has a “shepherd’s heart,” responded: “The irony of racist, faux Christian, white evangelicals, whose religion of white supremacy is completely antithetical to Christianity, always trying to lecture Black people on ‘unifying,’ when their whitenized version of Christianity has always divided.”
Swan seems to be an expert at division.
He used a racist epithet against Pastor Jesse Lee Peterson, a black talk-show host, in 2018. calling him The “King of C—-” For admiring Melania Trump, former First Lady.
Swan repeatedly uses similarly demeaning racist slurs In reference to black Americans that he seems to disagree with.
Three days following Lynette Hardaway Of “Diamond and Silk” Swan died at the age 52, called her ” a self loathing, white supremacy apologizing, auntie ruckus, who made anti Black racists feel comfortable.”
The hate preacher is also available refers White people are considered to be “white” “Malanemic People.”
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