ISIS Beard or Neckbeard? Texas Church Shooter “Preached Atheism”

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 6, 2017

Everyone saw this fatboy’s beard and was like “yo, looks like that fatboy converted to Islam and shot-up that church.”

However, it is now being suggested that the beard is not in fact an ISIS beard but a neckbeard.

The two are shockingly similar, so it is generally hard to tell what the fuck is going on with all that shit.

Of course, it is possible for someone to go from militant atheist to Islamic jihadist in a short amount of time. That happens relatively often in the case of white converts to Islam. The issue in such a scenario is the intensity of belief, not the belief itself.

That said, I think that if he had converted to Islam, there would be some chatter of that by now. Unlike Stephen Paddock, this guy was not a recluse and he was on social media.

Daily Mail:

The Texas church shooter who shot dead 26 people and injured 24 others was an ‘outcast’ who ‘preached his atheism’ online.

Former classmates say Devin Patrick Kelley, 26, who stormed First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs in Texas and opened fire on Sunday, was ‘creepy’, ‘crazy’ and ‘weird’.

Patrick Boyce, who attended New Braunfels High School with the killer, told ‘He had a kid or two, fairly normal, but kinda quiet and lately seemed depressed.

‘He was the first atheist I met. He went Air Force after high school, got discharged but I don’t know why.

‘I was just shocked [to hear the news]. Still haven’t quite processed how he could have done that.’

Nina Rose Nava, who went to school with the gunman, wrote on Facebook: ‘In (sic) in complete shock! I legit just deleted him off my fb cause I couldn’t stand his post.

‘He was always talking about how people who believe in God we’re stupid and trying to preach his atheism’

Christopher Leo Longoria replied: ‘I removed him off FB for those same reasons! He was being super nagtive (sic) all the timd (sic).’

Michael Goff added: ‘He was weird but never that damn weird, always posting his atheist sh** like Nina wrote, but damn he always posted pics of him and his baby – crazy.’

Nava added to ‘I went to school with him. We had a few conversations here and there. It’s not something I expected from him.

Hopefully you generally don’t expect that anyone is going to shoot up a church and kill 26 people…

‘He was an outcast but not a loner. He was popular among other outcast. I haven’t spoke to him since high school.’

Another former classmate, who asked to remain anonymous, told ‘I grew up going to school with him… Always creeped me out and was different.’

She said she moved away from the area while she was in junior high and lost touch with a lot of people.

So that having been said, I doubt that “atheism” was the actual motive here.

I hate aggressive edgy atheists as much as anyone, but I’ve never heard of them killing anyone for their beliefs.

I would want to know if this guy was on SSRI drugs.

We never get a quick answer to that question, but basically all non-Islamic mass shooters have been on these drugs.

Note that he was healthy a few years ago and gained a shitton of weight.

High school, 2009


That kind of transformation is typical of people on Prozac.

It seems he had a history of the type of behavior that would get one put on Prozac in the current year.

A former friend wrote on Facebook: ‘It’s scary to know this psychopath has been in my house. I can’t believe I was friends with this guy and I literally would stay the night at his place when we were kids.’

He added: ‘I ended up distancing myself from him in high school after he got in an argument with me in school and he tried punching me several times. Dude was crazy man.’

Cord Eubank Brown wrote on social media: ‘I cannot believe this. I went to high school with this maniac.

‘There were people I knew who stayed away from this guy for many reasons, which all make sense now. He just requested me on facebook recently.’

He was dishonorably discharged after committing a felony assault on his gf and their baby, meaning it was illegal for him to own the gun.

A LinkedIn account which appears to be Kelley’s states that he joined the US Air Force after graduating New Braunfels High School in 2009.

An Air Force official said the gunman was court-martialed in 2012 and discharged two years later.

Spokeswoman Ann Stefanek said Kelley was court-martialed on one count of assault on his spouse and another count of assault on their child. He received a bad conduct discharge, 12 months’ confinement and a reduction in rank.

Stefanek also said Kelley served in Logistics Readiness at Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico from 2010 until his discharge.

Kelley volunteered as a teacher for Bible studies at Kingsville First Baptist Church, according to his LinkedIn which shows him posing which a young child.

He was married to Danielle Shields, and they appear to have a child together. She was previously a teacher at the First Baptist Church.

Kelley lived at his parents’ home with his wife and child and neighbor Mark Moravitz told ABC News he would sometimes hear gunshots coming from near that house late at night.

The gunman’s mother-in-law, Michelle Shields, also appears to have been a parishioner at the church and was friends on social media with the pastor’s wife.

It is not clear whether they were at the church at the time of the shooting.

Yeah, there’s the other thing – it could have been something personal.

It’s a strange coincidence that his wife worked at the church if it was a random atheist terrorist attack.

Whatever the details turn out to be, it’s a nasty thing.

What is clear is that this has nothing to do with “TRUMP SUPPORTING WHITE SUPREMACISTS.”

So don’t worry about that one.

This will of course be used by the left in their cries of “WHITE PEOPLE ARE TERRORISTS TOO,” but that is the extent to which it is going to be tied to anything we’re trying to do.

Obviously, I would prefer if it turns out that he was an Islamic convert than just an insane white person.

President Trump’s Response

The President gave a good response, naming mental health problems and not guns as the responsible party.


President Donald Trump said Monday he believed the Texas church shooting was caused by a “mental health problem,” and not because of a problem with domestic gun laws.

When asked whether U.S. gun control measures could have been the key to the Texas shooting, Trump replied, “Mental health is your problem here.”

“This isn’t a guns situation,” he said, before adding, “This is a mental health problem at the highest level. It’s a very, very sad event.”

Speaking at a joint press conference in Tokyo, Japan, alongside Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Trump described the shooter as “a very deranged individual.”

Trump — who has received political support from the National Rifle Association — has consistently been against implementing more rigorous domestic gun control laws.

“Fortunately … somebody else had a gun that was shooting in the opposite direction,” Trump said at the press conference.

Gun control isn’t happening. It just isn’t in the cards. I almost don’t want to say that, because I like everyone to be on their guard with regards to that second most important of issues, but the reality is that there is no way it is going to be a problem in the near future.

Obama couldn’t force through gun control after Sandy Hook. There is no way Trump is going to do something now.

The Lesson Here

The fact of the matter is that we have a sick society and sick things happen in it.

The details are what they are, but the fact is, in a normal, healthy society you wouldn’t have this sort of thing going on.

Clearly, this guy had problems. He had problems with his wife, probably other family problems, he had various alienation issues and I suspect substance abuse issues.

All of that is a result of what the Jews have done to our country.

It’s time to eject the parasite and begin the process of healing.