THERE IS A WOKE-DECEIVING DEVIL LOOSE ACROSS AMERICA: Cops raid Virginia Walmart shooter’s home as first victims are pictured: Store worker, Tyneka Johnson, 22, was among six killed by manager who LAUGHED as he opened fire in break room in ‘planned attack’ before turning his pistol on himself. Daniel Whyte III, President of Gospel Light Society International, has predicted and says, many thousands of folks are going to die due to the satanic spirit of WOKEISM or what he calls DECEPTIONISM: the BLOB OF BEELZEBUB, which he preaches on every night on Facebook, Twitter, Blackchristiannews.com live, as well as other platforms. In fact, he has been warning people to make sure it is God’s will for you to meet with family members and others over the holidays.
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- Tyneka Johnson, 22, is among the six people shot dead by a Walmart gunman in Chesapeake last night
- At 10:10pm last night, the shooter opened fire in a break room of the store. It’s unclear if the rampage was contained to the break room or if he ventured into the store
- By 10:16pm, when the first cops entered the store, the gunman had killed himself with his pistol
- It remains unclear if all six victims were also employees or if any customers were also shot
- Tyneka’s family frantically appealed for information last night as the shooting unfolded, before being told she was among the victim
- Walmart will not confirm whether or not there was an armed security guard working on the premises
- Four people were taken to nearby hospitals; it’s unclear what their conditions are on Wednesday
- Witness accounts claim the gunman opened fire in a room where staff were having a meeting
The first victim of the Virginia Walmart shooting can be named as 22-year-old store worker Tyneka Johnson.
Tyneka’s family confirmed her death on Wednesday morning, after frantically appealing for information about her safety as news of the shooting emerged last night.
She was among six people killed by an as-yet unidentified gunman, who opened fire in the breakroom of the store in Chesapeake, Virginia, at 10:10pm last night. He killed six people before turning the pistol on himself. His motive remains unclear, and police have not yet released his name.
Other employees took to social media on Wednesday to say he was ‘crazy’ and seemed as though he was going to ‘snap’ in the days and weeks beforehand.
One witness who survived the shooting told local Virginia outlet WAVY that the shooter had ‘issues’ with other managers in the store, which led her to believe the attack was ‘planned’. That person had only been working in the store for five days.
They said night-shift employees had just arrived at the store, and some were meeting in the break room to discuss their shift when the shooter opened fire. President Biden issued a statement on Wednesday morning, condemning the shooting and repeating his call for stricter gun laws. He has repeatedly called for a ban on assault rifles.
On Wednesday morning, police raided the shooter’s three-bedroom home in Chesapeake, which is around three miles from the store.
‘Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, one of our most cherished holidays that brings us together as Americans and as families, when we hug our loved ones and count our blessings.
‘But because of yet another horrific and senseless act of violence, there are now even more tables across the country that will have empty seats this Thanksgiving.
‘There are now more families who know the worst kind of loss and pain imaginable. Jill and I grieve for those families, for the Chesapeake community, and for the Commonwealth of Virginia, which just suffered a terrible shooting at the University of Virginia this month,’ he said, referring to the shooting on November 13.
Walmart is yet to give any kind of information about the shooter or the victims.
In a Twitter statement last night, the company said: ‘We are shocked at this tragic event at our Chesapeake, Virginia store.
‘We’re praying for those impacted, the community and our associates.
‘We’re working closely with law enforcement and we are focused on supporting our associates.’
A second Walmart employee, who showed up for their nightshift shortly after the shooting, told reporters at the scene: ‘Thank goodness I showed up late.’
The supercenter was open to the public at the time of the shooting – and cops said the Walmart may have been busy as shoppers were preparing for Thanksgiving.
It was due to close at 11pm on Tuesday night.
Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin said in a tweet: ‘Our hearts break with the community of Chesapeake this morning. I remain in contact with law enforcement officials throughout this morning and have made available any resources as this investigation moves forward.
‘Heinous acts of violence have no place in our communities.’
Source: Daily Mail Online, Jennifer Smith, Neirin Gray Desai