By Theodore Shoebat
The shooter who murdered over a dozen people in a Walmart in El Past was a Trump supporter who hated immigrants and “race mixing.”
The shooter wrote a manifesto in which he expressed his support for the Christchurch shooter, Brenton Tarrant. You can see this sentiment clearly in his manifesto:
He was also an environmentalist, and the fact that he is a mass murderer makes him an eco-fascist:
He was against “race-mixing” and wanted to break America up based on race:
One report from Newsone:
While officials did not immediately announce the identity of the shooter, the Washington Examiner reported that “A law enforcement source in El Paso told the Washington Examiner that 21-year-old suspect Patrick Crusius from Dallas, Texas, has been taken into custody.”
A manifesto purportedly written by Crusius, perhaps even in the hours before the shooting attack that according to one report left at least 18 people dead, was left behind. Pages of the manifesto included anti-immigrant rhetoric with the author going into depth on why he is “against race mixing,” supports the idea to “send them back” and offering a prediction of “genocide.”
The El Paso shooting was the second mass shooting in as many weeks reportedly attributed to white supremacists. Just last week, Santino William Legan killed multiple people attending the Garlic Festival in Gilroy, California. That shooting and Saturday’s shooting in El Paso were the latest in a growing string of attempted and carried-out mass shootings attributed to overt pro-white racism that has soared since Trump was elected.
Similar to reports about Saturday’s shooter, Legan left behind social media posts that show he may have been a white supremacist or at least sympathized with the racist movement. The final social media post Legan made prior to the July 28 shooting endorsed a book that has been widely tied to white supremacist hate groups and ideology.
“Why overcrowd towns and pave more open space to cater to make room for hordes of mestizos and Silicon Valley white twats?” Legan wrote on a post to his now-deleted Instagram account before plugging the text “Might Is Right” by Ragnar Redbeard.
The people who keep saying that we are being “invaded” should not be surprised by this evil. If you tell people they are being invaded, expect some to act like they are being invaded and murder innocent people.
Watch the hardcore Right-wingers start implying that the terrorist was right and that the Left is to blame because ‘illegal immigration is provoking people to taking the law into their hands.’