Hillary in her natural state

Hillary in her natural state

Roanoke’s WDBJ-TV lost reporter Alison Parker, 24, and photographer Adam Ward who was 27 years of age, at around 11 a.m. today while broadcasting a report on the 50th anniversary of Smith Mountain Lake.

The gunman was a former disgruntled employee of WDBJ-TV who went under the name of Bryce Williams, his real name being Vester Lee Flanagan.

After posting to Twitter and leading police forces in a brief chase, he shot himself and crashed his vehicle. He was brought to a nearby hospital in critical condition; Flanagan died at around 1:30 pm after.

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The shooter had also at one time sued at one time for racism:

Flanagan uploaded actual video and pictures of the shooting occurring on Facebook and YouTube; but most of those videos have since been taken down.

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Within an hour of this shooting becoming viral within information outlets, Hillary Clinton posted this to her Facebook account:

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Heartbroken and angry??

The woman who once laughed about defending a guilty pedophile in court was heartbroken??

This, “heartbroken” woman, has been responsible for the following:

She also laughed in Luke Rudkowski‘s face when he questioned her about supporting Al Qaeda in Libya and Syria – so if you sense a bias, those are reasons why.

Usually, politicians will wait at least a few days to exploit these tragedies for an agenda (usually gun control), but not Hillary – she pounced on it within an hour. This only demonstrates her callousness and her uncanny semblance to fellow 2016 Presidential candidate, Jeb Bush aka John Elias Bush, who has been called out as a sociopath – but what about Hillary?

To top it off, Hillary is also the same person who ludicrously called for “compassion” between presidential candidates last year. Out of all the people to call for more compassion, Hillary Clinton probably has the least bit of experience with it.

We’ve also predicted how she will win the election in 2016 which can be viewed below:

This woman has no empathy, and if she’s able to laugh about destabilizing an entire country, causing untold horror for those within it, and then laughs about taking another man’s life – the question isn’t, “Is she heartbroken?” I personally think it should be, “Is she even capable??”

Regardless of your stance on gun-control, the fact such callousness was applied for a political agenda of any kind should be called out and put on blast for what it is.

In search of the truth, journalists put their life on the line for it – Alison Parker and photographer Adam Ward made the ultimate sacrifice and will be forever remembered. This is truly a tragedy, and we will do our best to ensure that it isn’t exploited for cold agendas of any form.

By Alec Cope | We Are Change