Jack Posobiec condemns the shooting at Joel Osteen's church: 'say a prayer' for the 5-year-old boy who was shot

On Monday's episode of Human Events Daily, Jack Posobiec reflected on the horrific shooting that took place at Joel Osteen's Texas church Sunday that left a 5-year-old child fighting for his life.

Posobiec condemned the alleged shooter, identified as 36-year-old Genesse Moreno, who brought a long rifle with "Free Palestine" inscribed on the side of it along with the young child. While there are reports that the boy was in Moreno's care, they are not thought to be directly related.

"We're also told that this individual was at one point identified as Jeffrey," Posobiec said. "We're told that [Moreno] has a string of arrests, including assault, drugs, and weapons charges."

He added that he has "no idea how this person was able to have the custody of a 5-year-old little boy, but apparently did somehow in Texas," and that "that's going to be a huge question for the government of Texas as this investigation continues."

"If you can, say a prayer for that little boy, because this situation ... is a tragedy, this is a horror beyond all horrors, and a nightmare."

Speaking from the heart, Posobiec said, "I believe that when an innocent child dies, that especially if they're baptized, that they go straight to God."

Image: Title: moreno lakewood


View All

Haiti in state of emergency after thousands of violent criminals escape prison

"Please, please help us. They are massacring people indiscriminately inside the cells," said Francisc...

Church of England seeks 'anti-racism' officer to 'deconstruct whiteness'

"Sharing theological insights informed by our cultural origins, sharing worship practices, reviewing ...

British man sentenced to 2 years in jail over anti-immigration stickers

Samuel Melia, 34, of Pudsey in West Yorkshire, has been found guilty of encouraging racially aggravat...

ANTHONY WATSON: Denver ethnic studies curriculum teaches high schoolers to 'dismantle systems of power'

Parents Defending Education (PDE) obtained copies of the course curriculum which explicitly tells stu...