This would probably be bigger news if the Monsey Hanukkah Stabbing and White Settlement Chruch Shooting hadn’t eclipsed it.

Husband allegedly shoots and kills wife and pets Thursday morning west of Bellingham

A woman was allegedly shot and killed by her husband in their home west of Bellingham Thursday morning, Whatcom County Sheriff Bill Elfo told The Bellingham Herald.

When deputies arrived, they found a 58-year-old woman dead from an apparent gunshot wound, Elfo said. The woman’s 56-year-old husband was also found inside the apartment with a self-inflicted gunshot wound and he was taken to a local hospital, Elfo said.

The identities of the pair have not been released, pending notification of family, Elfo said.

Deputies also found a dog and cat dead from gunshot wounds, Elfo said.

A man killed his wife, her pets, and attempted to kill himself.  This is horrible and sad and tragic.

But it gets worse.

Man accused of fatally shooting Bellingham principal may have admitted it on Twitter

The Bellingham man accused of fatally shooting his wife, who was a Bellingham elementary school principal, and their two pets Thursday morning may have admitted to killing his family in Twitter replies to the National Rifle Association, the President of the United States and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

While the Twitter account belonging to Kevin Heimsoth could not be verified by The Bellingham Herald or others at McClatchy, a number of aspects point to it belonging to Kevin Heimsoth: The account is associated with email accounts and phone numbers that belong to him; the account associated with Lynn Heimsoth followed this account; she retweeted the account at least once.

Here is a capture of the Tweet:

He also blamed Senator Mitch McConnell as well.

His history shows that he was a raging anti-Trump Leftist.

This is clearly an unhinged man.  That he chose to confess to the murder he committed and use that to blame the NRA and Republicans shows a level of personal disturbance that is off the charts.

And guess to decided to amplify his message?

This is grotesque, and some perverse sort of martyrdom.

There is no other way to describe it.

Watts and Guttenberg are now cheering on premeditated murder committed by anti-gun activists if they spite the NRA.

“I murdered my wife so that the government can take your rights away” is next level evil and the anti-gun activist industry is endorsing it.

This is the level they will stoop to get at us, because it’s not about gun safety, it’s about hating gun owners.

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6 thoughts on “Leftist commits homicide to spite the NRA, anti-gunners amplify his message”
  1. Excavation of the loon’s Twitter by certain agricultural parties has found he was a raging TDS (Trump Derangement Syndrome) sufferer. Not surprising that his final act would be to try and smear Trump and the NRA for his sick actions.

  2. Let me see if I have this right.

    Some nut job kills his wife, and her pets. Then tries to off himself. During the entire event, he is tweeting about how evil the NRA is.

    And, the anti-gun people are eating this up, hook, line, and sinker.

    Let’s pretend that Watts, Bloomberg, etc… are all sane, rational people. They would not take hygiene advice from some homeless person lying in the gutter, they would not take financial advice from someone bordering on bankruptcy.

    Yet, here they are, taking an obviously insane individuals words as if they were some kind of gospel. As if those words should be a rallying cry for a revolution.

    “Our cause is righteous because some lunatic that intentionally and deliberately murdered his wife and her dogs said so.”

    I want to see the T-shirts.

  3. He’s a terrorist, and they’re just the political wing of his movement. He should no longer receive pain killers and his accomplices Watts and Guttenberg should be charged as accessories after the fact.

  4. I don’t blame the NRA or McConnell, I blame moms demand action, bloomberg’s every town whatever, the democrats vowing to ban guns, Virginia’s leadership, et al. If it wasn’t for them, this psycho wouldn’t have gotten it into his head to stoop this low in an attempt to prove a point.

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