Texas Church Shooter Was Antifa Member Who Vowed To Start Civil War

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  1. dairyair

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    His intention on being elected was to end slavery. That was no secret.
    And the south did all they could to try and not have him elected.
    Once he was elected, was pretty much the start of the secession declarations by all the slave states.
     
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    Then our revolutionary war likely had similar war crimes. If one wants to take today's laws and apply them to 100s of yrs ago.
     
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    Focusing on atheist and the lie about antifa shows one's true intentions.
     
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    Nice dodge, but everyone can see it was you who posted:
     
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    The antifa part is false, but he was clearly a militant atheist who disliked Christians.
     
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    First, fix boundaries. Do you think Washington was a great president? How about the 11 other presidents who owned slaves?

    Last thing a decent president does is attack in their state people who some owned slaves, most did not. Abe did not wage war due to slaves. Abe gave us all for posterity his reasons.

    Slavery is the red herring over the reason why Abe invaded VA.
     
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    Also clearly a pro gunner
     
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    Like the Left Wing activist James Hodgkinson? Yes, you are correct.
     
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    Those pro gunners are wacked
     
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    Especially the LW wife beaters.

    https://www.earnthenecklace.com/james-t-hodgkinson-wiki-age-wife-cause-of-death/
    Who is James T. Hodgkinson?
    James Thomas Hodgkinson, a 66-year-old from Illinois, was an avid Bernie Sanders supporter and expressed his displeasure against Hillary Clinton. His hatred towards Republicans intensified when Donald Trump was elected as president. His Facebook activity was rife with anti-Republican and anti-Trump posts.

    According to a local publication, he was one of three children born to Deloris and James T. Hodgkinson Sr. He went to Belleville High School, where he joined the wrestling and track teams. He studied aviation at Belleville Area College, which is now known as Southern Illinois College. He transferred schools, but reportedly didn’t complete his degree. He owned a home inspection businesses until his license expired.

    He Had a History of Violent Behavior
    Hodgkinson married a woman named Sue, and they raised several foster children together. Most of his associates say he was a quiet and reserved guy. However, local authorities and court documents reveal that his life was marred by violence and tragedy. Even Sue Hodgkinson was allegedly charged with domestic battery.

    He had a history of violations and petty offenses, but was also charged with battery and damaging a vehicle in 2006. The incident involved his foster daughter, whom he reportedly beat up. Another one of the couple’s foster daughters killed herself when she was 17.
     
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    Moved to the conspiracy section? Lol
     
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    what? did you learn this in a public school?
     
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    LOL! You think McCain is a republican.....
     
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    Has no problem keeping my doctor? You did?
     
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    Where it belongs.
     
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    Righteous.
     
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    Oh....and he was a pro gunner
     
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    Interestingly, others like to do the same with other cases. Why not this one? It should be easy to say "It's good that we ended slavery, but that the civil war was both avoidable and unnecessary." It's easy to see Lincoln as a terrible President, even if his actions had some indirect good.

    Was it truly worth 600,000 dead to end slavery? Would the South have truly instituted slavery if a better solution didn't arise? It arose a few decades later via the lawnmower. All of a sudden, the industrial revolution made slavery moot. At one polling, 93% of Americans disapproved of the Slavery concept.(So in other words, racists are the true minority of minorities.)
     
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    I so tire of having to repeat this, but it seems I have to...

    The south was gung ho about going to war years earlier to fight for the preservation and expansion of slavery. If Buchanan had lost the 1856 election to Fremont, the first GOP to ever run in a presidential election, the start of the war would have likely been 1857.

    Any republican president being elected, and they were ready to rumble. Nothing was going to stop them. They said so. 1856: (if a republican is elected) "the conservative south will burst forth in a carnival of blood."

    And the South commenced Acts of War months before Lincoln ever stepped into office.

    " Would the South have truly instituted slavery if a better solution didn't arise? It arose a few decades later via the lawnmower. All of a sudden, the industrial revolution made slavery moot."

    What in the holy hell are you talking about?
     
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