As we mourn and await the names and stories of Jewish congregants lost in Pittsburgh, there are 2 more names to say tonight:
Vickie Lee Jones
Maurice E. Stallard.
Murdered by a similar face of hate in Kentucky on Thursday. May their memories be a blessing. pic.twitter.com/xvctRm9GXO
— Alex Goldstein (@alexjgoldstein) October 28, 2018
— Sherrilyn Ifill (@Sifill_LDF) October 27, 2018
A white man who allegedly killed two people at a Kroger grocery store in Kentucky tried to enter a predominantly black church nearby minutes before the fatal shooting, police said https://t.co/9kIsCbmgjo pic.twitter.com/wVDMSFLFhz
— CNN (@CNN) October 27, 2018
A shooting spree allegedly carried out by a white suspect who took the lives of two black people at a Kroger store in Kentucky is being investigated as a possible hate crime, federal prosecutors said. https://t.co/jnZ5CjcuV7
— NBC News (@NBCNews) October 27, 2018
This week a white man sent bombs to democrats; another white man shot and killed black patrons at Kroger; and another white man just killed 8 at a synagogue and 3 officers. We don’t have a caravan problem. We have a white male domestic terrorism problem. https://t.co/NxxIu9pEWX
— @JulieZebrak (@YesMomsCan) October 27, 2018
Two days ago a white man walked into a @Kroger supermarket and murdered two black elderly people.
This was domestic terrorism.
And @realDonaldTrump, a self proclaimed nationalist, has not said a word.
His silence speaks volumes.
— Michael Skolnik (@MichaelSkolnik) October 26, 2018
This could have very well become another Charleston massacre. As it is, it was an act of domestic racial terrorism, committed by a white man who refused to fire at another because, per a witness who told a local TV station: “Whites don’t shoot whites.” https://t.co/tyquFAvobx
— Jamil Smith (@JamilSmith) October 27, 2018
Numerous terrorist attacks in America this week…
Not from people in a caravan
Not from people from Mexico
Not from people from Yemen
Not from people from Iran
Not from people from Syria
Not from people from Libya
All from white supremacists from America.
— Tony Posnanski (@tonyposnanski) October 27, 2018
Don't forget the black people targeted for being black. If that church had been unlocked, we would have had another mass killing, not just two https://t.co/S3xXhGwk1M
— Paul Krugman (@paulkrugman) October 27, 2018