DEMONIC: New Details Reveal Dayton Shooter Worshiped Satan!


As cops are searching for the motive behind the Dayton shooter’s callous deed, friends and family are stepping forward to speak out about what they knew about Connor Betts, whose Twitter account revealed him as a socialist, liberal Elizabeth Warren supporter.

One of Betts’ friends stepped forward to release photos of creepy, to say the least, writings that Betts had written in some of his notebooks, which he had let him write in but never thought twice about, until he heard about the shooting.

What these notebooks revealed is quite terrifying. It appears that along with being a raging liberal, Connor Betts worshiped Satan and may have even thought of himself as a vessel for demonic activity.

On one journal page, Connor hinted at “hunting” down humans at his local university, writing ‘Bro we should go to a weekend @ UD geeked af & see if we can’t go “hunting” Ya know lol, f**ck yeah I’m down, ya know lol LMAO. We take a b***h, a person, man, convince them to come with us then poof, gone lol down?’

Here are the pictures of the notebook scrawls from Daily Truth Report on Twitter:

Sick, scary stuff.

Among the writings, which are rather difficult to read, can been deciphered:

'HAIL LUCIFER LIGHT BRINGER'

'Strive fear into the hearts of the children of God; Show them the Hell that awaits below.'

'I am Azrael and this is my human Connor. This human body has so many stupid limits lol. Why? Makes me look less than "average".’

'I am the servant of the serpent evil incarnate, flesh consumer, light destroyer, fueled by hate, rage my strength, distrust my shield.'

News of this has broken out on Twitter and in some online publications, but not too much on mainstream media.

Here's what people are saying about this frightening insight into the Dayton shooter on Twitter:

News of the Ohion gunman identifying as a Satanist and writing terrifying scrawls in a notebook first broke out on Daily Mail, who said:

Dayton gunman Connor Betts' depraved appetite for murder, drugs and Satanism is laid bare in series of chilling journal entries obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com.

The warped loner, 24, declares himself a servant of 'evil incarnate' and rants about everything from schizophrenia to satanic rituals and massacres.

He even hints at the idea of 'hunting' a victim to kill at the University of Dayton - writing: 'We take a b***h, a person, man, convince them to come with us then poof, gone lol down?'

The frightening pages were revealed by a former friend who paints a confounding picture of Betts as a frequent methamphetamine smoker who played violent video games - but was never a racist or interested in weapons.

Betts finally acted on his murderous impulses when he went on the rampage early Sunday morning, slaughtering nine people and injuring a further 27 in Ned Pepper's Bar.

His sister Megan, 22, was among the first to be killed before Betts was shot dead by police patrolling Dayton's Oregon District. Six of his nine victims were African Americans.

As cops search for a motive, friends and acquaintances have come forward to speak of a troubled young man whose 'dark thoughts' scared even himself.

They include Ian Himes, 25, who met Betts around five years ago and would hang out with him on a near-daily basis, playing pool, smoking hookah and visiting one another's homes.

Himes told DailyMail.com he kept notebooks and diaries and Betts would sometimes take a turn in jotting down his own thoughts and pictures.

His rambling contributions, written around 2017 and published today for the first time, include a Satanic pentagram with the words 'Hail Lucifer' and numerous references to death and murder.

The deranged prose also touches upon the subject of girls - referred to as 'b***hes' - drugs and mental illness.

'I need drugs for now and later. How can we get moolah for speed?' he writes.

In further jumbled snippets, Betts adds: 'Anti-social personality disorder. Don’t listen to romantic advice, sociopath.

'Seek and destroy. Still haven’t eaten enough so…very ADHD, paranoid, schizophrenic, strong, bipolar.

'I am Azrael and this is my human Connor. This human body has so many stupid limits lol. Why? Makes me look less than "average".’

Elsewhere pages are scrawled with drawings of skeletons and the Grim Reaper, while one entry appears to be a poem or dark song lyrics.

'Beasts of darkness called upon from fiery pits. Armies massing, soon to shed blood,' it reads.

'The struggle eternal vying for souls to fuel their war machines, order versus chaos, good versus evil (a matter of perspective).

'The chosen, champions of their house, some are chosen, some choose, champions clash.

'I am the servant of the serpent evil incarnate, flesh consumer, light destroyer, fueled by hate, rage my strength, distrust my shield.      

Betts' rambling contributions, written around 2017 and published today for the first time, include a Satanic pentagram with the words 'Hail Lucifer' and numerous references to death and murder

'Their screams music, their pain my pleasure. May the night reign eternal.

'The light forever eclipsed. A champion of wrath, predatory state, to hunt and to kill my greatest escape.'

One segment in particular provides a chilling clue that Betts would go on to murder for real.

It describes a crude plan to go 'hunting' on the University of Dayton campus, about a mile and a half from the scene of Sunday's rampage.

'Bro we should go to a weekend @ UD geeked af & see if we can’t go “hunting” Ya know lol, f**ck yeah I’m down, ya know lol LMAO,' he writes.

'We take a bi*ch a person, man, convince them to come with us then poof, gone lol down?'

Himes told DailyMail.com the pair never discussed the plot in person.

In fact, Himes says he barely looked at the notes at the time, and only went over them in detail after news broke of Sunday's mass shooting.

'When I heard what happened I shouted out “are you f**king kidding me?” I was in a room by myself, I was stunned, my stomach dropped,' he told DailyMail.com.

'I remembered that I had these pages he’d written so I started tearing my room apart to try and find them and I sat down to decipher them properly for the first time.

'I have to admit I would write some weird stuff myself. I was about 22, 23, it was whatever was on my mind, but nothing demonic - nothing about murder. It was like a form of therapy for us.

'I wish I had have known what he was writing at the time and how serious he was. I wish I could have warned his family.'

Just as cops are trying to untangle the sinister clues behind Sunday’s slaughter, Himes is similarly searching for an explanation as to why his quiet, bookish friend sought out infamy and murder with the pull of a trigger.

'Connor would talk about other killers that had been in the news, but it never seemed out of place. It was never something he brought up out of nowhere,' he said.

Even Snopes has confirmed this as a fact.

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Snopes stated:

On Aug. 4, 2019, a gunman opened fire in a crowded Dayton, Ohio, bar killing nine and wounding 27 others. A reported 30 seconds after the first shot was fired, police fatally shot the suspect, Connor Betts. In the wake of the shooting, reporters and online sleuths attempted to glean as much information about a possible motive from social media.

Breaking news website Heavy reported that it “confirmed” a Twitter account with the handle “@iamthespookster” as belonging to Betts. Heavy cited multiple verification factors, including a matching tattoo on both a page selfie and prominent news outlets’ pictures of Connor Betts; several family linkages to the page; similar photos, including of him and the family dog, on the page and family members’ verified accounts, including its name; and references to college and growing up in Ohio and Dayton. Several hours following the shooting, Twitter removed that page, further lending support to its authenticity.

Several claims about the shooter have been generated during the brief amount of time his profile was active and under intense media scrutiny. One, as articulated in a Washington Times headline, was that Betts described himself as a pro-Satan leftist who “supported Elizabeth Warren”:
Archived snapshots of Betts’ Twitter account support the claims in this headline. In terms of his “pro-Satan” leanings, Betts’ Twitter profile made several apparently favorable references to Satan. On Oct. 14, 2014, for example, Betts tweeted “HAIL SATAN ETERNAL.” He ended some of his tweets with the hashtag “#HAILSATAN.” His Twitter bio stated that he was “going to hell” and “not coming back.”

So why are major new outlets steering clear of it?

Hmm...perhaps it's because Elizabeth Warren doesn't want to be associated with a demonic Satan worshiper!

Or, maybe it's because it would take the focus away from the "Blame Trump" narrative...

People deserve the right to know the truth in spite of mainstream media bias.

Share this article on Twitter and Facebook to help spread the truth that the left doesn't want America to know about the Dayton shooter!

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