Kirsters Baish| When there is a shooting in our country during which three or more people are murdered, the mainstream media loves to cover the story for months on end for one specific reason. They are trying to push gun control. This can be an issue for the mainstream media when the murder weapon was not a gun, which is exactly what happened in South Carolina. A mass murder committed without a gun could potentially destroy the entire anti-Second Amendment narrative.
WCSC reported that a 22-year-old man named Lovequawn Scott was charged with four counts of murder in the depths of his family inside their South Carolina home.
Police were able to catch Scott as he was fleeing the scene. He was covered in blood from head to toe when they showed up after responding to a report from a concerned family member of what they called a suspicious death.
The coroner found that all of the four victims died of blunt force trauma to the head. The bodies were identified as 72-year-old Joseph Manigault, 69-year-old Rose Manigault, 42-year-old Kenya Manigault and 15-year-old Faith Manigault.