Notice how the article doesn't mention that one of the victims, Sen. Clementa Pinckney (D) spent much of his last day, June 17, 2015, campaigning with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in Charleston?
It doesn't mention that Pinckney was conducting a Bible study and prayer session at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, or that he was a senior pastor of the church. Nor does it mention that Pinckneys sister was also shot during the same attack.
I believe time will show that this attack is more than a racially motivated hate crime. It's an outright attack from the far right on whom they perceive as their most formidable opponents. Blacks and the Democratic Party. The same far right that hopes to trade our a Rule of Law for Anarchy, with the hope of instituting Facism absent our Rule of Law.
The racial divide becomes deeper and the political right/left divide becomes deeper with will what will surely emerge as a new push for gun control. All the while the real perpetrators of these divisions seek to weaken the American people to a point to disarm us both physically and psychologically, without resistance.
Time & Tide Changes Everything