Jul 30, 2019

Gilroy Shooting: Yet Another Attack From A Person Influenced By Right Wing's White Supremacy Popularized By The GOP

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Yet another attack from a person influenced by right wing supremacy popularized by the GOP, Fox News and Trump (in that order). This post is just to mark yet another shooting caused by the GOP compared to the one or two by "liberals" who were angry at the GOP for killing people by cutting healthcare (given that most killings are caused by continuous and random demonizations by the GOP who know what they are doing, its amazing the GOP managed to make it look like it is the Dems who are the trouble makers... couldn't have done it alone). That's not how the GOP plays it and there is no media to take them down for thier crimes. So things keep going in favor of the Real Al Qaeda. Here is the proof of this latest shooting being a right winger probably influenced by Trump who was influenced by Fox News and the GOP.

Gilroy Garlic Festival gunman referred to 'Might is Right' manifesto before shootingSantino William Legan used an AK-47-style rifle he bought legally in Nevada to kill three and wound a dozen more.

GILROY, Calif. — The gunman who killed three people and wounded a dozen more at the Gilroy Garlic Festival in Northern California was an angry 19-year-old who had recently waded into the world of white supremacy.
Santino William Legan, who was shot dead by police Sunday before he could do more damage, posted online about an 1890 racist manifesto, “Might is Right or The Survival of the Fittest,” NBC News confirmed.
“Read Might is Right by Ragnar Redbeard,” Legan posted on his Instagram page. He then used a slurs against mixed-race people and misogynistic descriptions of white Silicon Valley workers, complaining about "hordes" of them "overcrowding" towns.
Redbeard, which was a pseudonym, argued that only strength and violence determined what is morally right. The work, which is filled with misogynistic and anti-Semitic rhetoric, is a staple among neo-Nazis and white supremacists on extremist sites.
And the phrase “might is right” is often posted as a sort of motto or catchphrase indicating white supremacy on neo-Nazi extremist forums.
Legan was also apparently no fan of the festival, a three-day food fair that began in 1979 to celebrate the local garlic industry — and which was in walking distance from his home on a tree-lined street in Gilroy.
“Ayyy garlic festival time,” his post read. “Come get wasted on overpriced s---.”
Below that was a post from someone named futboieden, which read “when you get too wasted and accidentally shoot up the festival.”
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Media Matters Research: Alleged Gilroy shooter promoted a favorite book of far-right message boards : The alleged shooter behind the Gilroy, CA, mass shooting recommended on Instagram a book and author popular among white supremacists. Before the shooting, the book had been repeatedly recommended by users on message boards on 4chan and 8chan -- sites known for being white nationalist hotspots -- with users saying that it "will gear you up for war,” that it gave them insight into the “enemy,” and that it justified a mass shooting. Read full piece.

Related articles revealing a pattern;

Assault-style rifle used in Gilroy shooting could not be sold in California, state attorney general says

California has some of the strictest gun laws. In Nevada, you don't need a permit to buy one

California has strict gun laws. Here's how the Gilroy gunman evaded them
US lawmakers renew calls for federal gun reform after shooter purchased weapon legally in Nevada

Garlic Festival Shooting Highlights a Common Pattern: Guns From Nevada, Used to Kill in CaliforniaCalifornia has among the strictest gun laws in the country. Some of its neighbors are another story.


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