A newspaper in West Virgina would like us to believe that a 27-year-old quadriplegic is some sort of hero for chasing her dreams despite the physical limitations dealt her by a 2006 automobile accident. The problem is that Stacey Fordyce has not allowed an introduction to her own mortality to lessen the enthusiasm she has for visiting death on other species.
The Parkersburg News and Sentinel reported earlier this month that “more than six years after a wreck left her paralyzed, a south Parkersburg woman shot a pair of boars on a hunt last month in Florida.”
In the loathsome spirit of barbarism, Fordyce’s family rigged her wheelchair with various apparatuses that helped the disabled fiend sate her bloodthirst. And the savage thugs behind Hunters in Christ Kingdom and Final Fate TV chipped in to deliver Fordyce to the killing floor in Florida.
It’s worth noting — if for no other reason than to make this story even more sickening — that the lunatic mission of Hunters in Christ Kingdom, according to the organization’s website, is to offer “Christian hunters and outdoorsmen a place to share their common bond, the love of the outdoors and the knowledge of our Lord and Savior.”
The knuckle-draggers at Final Fate TV describe themselves on the show’s website as “hard working country boys and girls that spent every waking moment we can chasing whatever critter we can.”
And the killing floor where Fordyce was able and encouraged to exercise her savagery, a hell on earth called Two Guys and a Hog, is described by its Neanderthal operators as “a hunting ranch where from the greenhorn to the skilled hunter can experience the thrill of hunting wild Florida hogs.”
What the folks at the Parkersburg News and Sentinel would like us to believe is the story of a can-do attitude undiminished by tragic misfortune is nothing of the sort. In fact, it’s a word-portrait of one woman’s reintroduction to the primordial ooze from which she was nearly removed and the drooling class that welcomed her return.