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

Antifa Texas Church Shooter

The gunman who opened fire inside a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, has been identified as Devin Kelley, an Antifa member who vowed to start a civil war by “targeting white conservative churches” and causing anarchy in the United States.

Wilson County Commissioner Albert Gamez Jr said that at least 27 people have been killed in the shooting, according to reports by the CNN and the BBC, with the confirmed death toll expected to climb in the coming hours.

Witnesses report they saw Devin Kelley walk into the Baptist Church in the small town 30 miles from San Antonio at 11:30am local time Sunday, according to KSAT-12.

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Devin Kelley, who killed at least 27 people and injured many more, was one of two shooters in the church, according to eyewitnesses, who also report Kelley carried an Antifa flag and told the churchgoers “this is a communist revolution” before unloading on the congregation, reloading several times.

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Sheriff Joe Tackitt confirmed to Wilson County News that there have been “multiple fatalities” and the shooter has been “taken down.”

Devin Kelley’s Facebook page stated that he was an atheist and his interests included “Civil and social rights” and “Civil rights” as well as endorsements for local Texan Democratic political candidates. His page also featured photos of several high powered weapons.

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His Facebook page was taken down without explanation less than an hour after the shooting.


An eyewitness told CBS News that there was a heavy police presence on the road to the church, adding that they had seen severely injured people being airlifted from the area.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott posted to Twitter shortly after the mass shooting, saying: “Our prayers are with all who were harmed by this evil act. Our thanks to law enforcement for their response. More details from DPS soon.” President Donald Trump has confirmed he is aware of the situation and said he was monitoring it from Japan.

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  • Sharrlize

    There’s a growing sense of PANIC among the neo-Nazis and other white supremacists: Every new “White Man Mass Shooting” incident does further permanent damage to their idiotic “wondeful-white-man-white-unity” theories — That’s the reason for their pathetic attempt to associate the shooter with ANTIFA.

    • Interesting theory… Too bad you can’t prove it. Around here, we go by things we have evidence to prove. Good luck on your journey, though…

      • Sharrlize

        “Around here, we go by things we have evidence to prove”— LOL!

        • Show us your evidence, smart one.. You snowflakes mock us, but can’t prove your case… Then, when you get shutdown, you insult and call us names like a second grader… You all show your intelligence every day..

          • Sharrlize


  • lots of this “opinion” going on…no proof YET! I would not be surprised..but we do not know https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/d02abf28071672d57aca88236ccf0cacc655cdf3a97a80ddaf3d8351d2967a4b.jpg

  • search the question..if you can’t find anything but obscure links stating such…its fake….always search two or three search engines…Google scrubs…I use duckduckgo.com for searching. they don’t monitor your searches..