Opinion: Isn't it odd that nobody heard about this horrific interracial double murder?

by Adam Ford · Aug 28th, 2020 5:47 pm
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Last Updated Aug 29th, 2020 at 5:11 pm

In a country that is currently obsessed with all things race-related — especially related to the black and white races specifically; especially when crime or injustice is involved; especially when said crime or injustice is particularly senseless and heinous — it's odd that nobody seems to have heard about this one.

That young lady in the middle of the picture above is Laura Anderson, 21. She had just bought a home; she was expecting to start her life there and was just about to start college and pursue a career in teaching, following in her mother's footsteps.

To the left is her stepdad, Nick Wall, 45. He was driving to Laura's new place to bring her a spare set of keys because she had accidentally locked herself out.

As Laura's stepdad pulled into her driveway, he was rear-ended by the guy on the right in the picture above, identified as Ty Sheem Walters, 23. It was reportedly a "minor fender bender."

What happened next?

Walters pulled a gun and proceeded to shoot Nick Wall in the head and torso, killing him. He then decided to shoot Laura Anderson in the head, killing her. Both slain in the front yard of the young lady's new, first home.

The killer also shot a third person, who survived and was stumbling around in shock when police arrived.

Ty Sheem Walters was caught and charged with two counts of murder and one count of attempted murder.

This all happened on Monday in South Carolina, four days ago, in a race-obsessed country. Isn't it odd that nobody heard about it?

Isn't it odd that none of the mainstream media reported on it?

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We all know that if one single variable in the story were changed, it would be a really, really, really big deal.

There's something seriously wrong with our current era of identity politics.


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