Christians Murdered By AK47 Wielding Terrorists

The U.S. Embassy in Haiti verified on Friday that violence in Haiti led to the gruesome murder of at least two American citizens. Rep. Ben Baker of Missouri revealed that the attack claimed the lives of his daughter Natalie and Davy, her husband. Another missionary died, but it was unclear if he was an American citizen.
 

Missions In Haiti, Inc. reports that “Davy and Natalie Lloyd, two full-time Christian missionaries to Haiti, were shot and died about 9 p.m. Thursday,” as reported by FoxNews.

Armed groups in three different cars ambushed Davy and Natalie as they were returning from church in a nearby town, according to the police. Additionally, the gangs ransacked the missionaries’ home. The American State Department has located their remains and delivered them to the American Embassy.

How terrifying a nightmare this is for the families! As the bereaved relatives started organizing Natalie and Davy’s funeral and challenging transportation, condolences started to pour in on social media.

During an address at the Libertarian Convention in D.C., on Saturday, former President Trump paused briefly to pay his respects to the “wonderful families” of Natalie and Davy, as any truly caring leader would.

Biden’s White House, on the other hand, has made no public, direct reference to the killings of US citizens in Haiti. According to Al Jazeera, a National Security Council spokeswoman stated on Friday that “the security situation in the nation of Haiti cannot wait.” According to the article, during his discussions with Kenyan President William Ruto last week, Biden promised to back the “expedited deployment” of a “Kenya-led army.”

The spokeswoman said, “Our hearts go out to families of these victims as they go through terrible loss,” referring to the missionaries. Given that Davy and Natalie were Christians and Natalie had a close relationship with a GOP state representative, surely Biden’s silence was unrelated to these factors? We can only hope that it does not ruin his eleventh beach trip.

Using Twitter/X, Missouri Governor Mike Parson said, “Absolutely devastating news.” Parson stated, “They were two young individuals sharing God’s word, peace, and comfort.” “We remember the good they brought to the world in light of this unfathomable, senseless tragedy.”

The U.S. Embassy in Haiti has once again given its urgent security notice, Level 4, which means Do Not Travel, alerting all nationals to the hazardous and unpredictable state of the security situation in Haiti. It is extremely dangerous to travel within Haiti, and the U.S. government is unable to guarantee travel safety because of the country’s unpredictable “violent criminality,” which includes “civil turmoil, insufficient health care infrastructure, and kidnapping.”

Rep. Baker’s Facebook page said on Sunday afternoon that “a plan is in place to transport Davy and Natalie’s bodies home” to Missouri. It is extremely difficult to get the necessary documentation from the beleaguered Haitian administration, as well as to transfer their remains from the embassy due to the current civil strife in the country. The statement pleaded for urgent prayers to ensure everyone’s safety and expedite the processing of all paperwork. If all goes according to plan, Davy and Natalie ought to return home by Thursday.

The families have established a verified GoFundMe account to assist with burial and transportation expenses.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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