Bushay posted a link suggesting the guy had white nationalist and neo nazi beliefs, you then responded with this
All I was doing was backing up what Bushay had posted, you seem to think that because he's Hispanic he couldn't possibly be involved with the proud boys or have those views, but the leader of the proud boys is a guy from Miami, his name is Enrique Tarrio, and he's Cuban, you don't have to be white to hold those types of beliefs
And for those who don't think someone who's Hispanic could be a white nationalist, this is Enrique Tarrio, leader of the proud boys, he was just convicted for his part in the Jan 6 attack on the Capitol
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Ask and you shall receive BennyLOCK HIM UP AND THROW AWAY THE KEY
Poor guy, it's my understanding he was completely railroaded. Revenge is coming for all of the evil ones who persecute innocent people.
Jury convicts Enrique Tarrio of the Proud Boys on seditious conspiracy charge
Former Proud Boys chairman Enrique Tarrio and three other members of the far-right group have been found guilty of seditious conspiracy by a federal jury in Washington, D.C.
Tarrio and the other defendants, who have been held in federal custody in the course of the trial, face as many as 20 years in prison on the most serious charges against them.
Here is the disconnect - you just posted that we should know in the next couple of days about this killer. It’s been 2-3 weeks for the trans, didn’t they have social media? Why isn’t that manifesto made public? If this Texas shooter had one, it would be posted. It’s totally controlling the narrative vs reporting the news.Again, we'll have to wait until they complete their investigation, then we'll know what his motive was, for all we know he might just be a nut and not have a motive
The truth doesn't matter to the alt right, fox "news" won't report on his neo nazi beliefs, alt right twitter won't mention it either, so the majority of those on the alt right won't even know about the guy's beliefs, and the ones who do, like Dell, won't believe it anyway, they'll believe whatever fits their narrative, facts be damned
They'll believe whatever fox "news" and alt right twitter tell them to believe, facts be damnedfacts dont matter to gop-cultists
They'll believe whatever fox "news" and alt right twitter tell them to believe, facts be damned
What'so surprising about hispanics who have gang tattoos hating blacks? That's the norm right?But the guy is Hispanic, how could he possibly have white nationalist and nazi beliefs, LMAO
LOCK HIM UP AND THROW AWAY THE KEY
Now they can release the manifesto. I’m sure there was plenty of anti-Christian content in it.The gunman who opened fire on an Allen, Texas shopping mall on Saturday, killing eight, appears to have posted neo-Nazi content on the social media site OK.ru, where his profile picture was a smiley face with a Hitler mustache.
The existence of the profile, which glorifies murder and Nazis, was previously revealed by The New York Times, which reported that investigators are looking into the account. Bellingcat researcher Aric Toler identified the account on Monday, along with a corresponding YouTube account on which the shooter, Mauricio Garcia, posted his face and name. Although investigators have yet to announce a motive for the killing, the OK.ru account chronicles more than three years of an apparent fixation with Nazis.
Some of the account’s most recent posts appear to foreshadow the mass killing. On April 16, it uploaded a series of pictures outside the Allen Outlet Mall’s H&M entrance, where Garcia would later open fire. It also shared screenshots of a page indicating the mall’s busiest hours. In late April, the account shared pictures of body armor laden with magazines for a rifle. The bulletproof vest had a patch reading “RWDS,” an acronym for “right wing death squad.” Law enforcement had previously referenced the patch when identifying Garcia as a potential politically motivated extremist. The following day, the account posted pictures of a torso (presumably Garcia’s own) tattooed with a swastika and Nazi SS bolts, alongside a caption railing against “diversity.”
The OK.ru user also uploaded a picture of his hand, which appeared to bear the same tattoo as the shooter, and an old identification card with the name “Mauricio.” A picture of receipt for multiple guns, uploaded in January, has the name “Mauricio,” along with a poorly redacted phone number that appears to match one identified as the shooter’s.
Many of the posts addressed his Hispanic heritage, which some commentators previously cited when expressing doubts about his neo-Nazi leanings.
In one recent post, he mused about the Latino people being white, and cited Nick Fuentes, a white supremacist with Hispanic heritage.
“Hell Nick Fuentes said something like that while he was on the pearl show,” he wrote. “I think I even read in the news Hispanics could be the new white supremist [sic]. Just the other day this black dude told me the line is blurring. He can't tell the difference anymore. Someone would look white but their [sic] actually Hispanic.”
Other posts espouse bigotry toward women, Jewish people, and racial minorities.
A MAJOR beef I have with the media today is stories like this. It may be true, it may not. Damn it if NBC doesn’t throw a bunch of stuff out there like May and apparent. If some of this is false, they are not retracting. Journalist standards have gone down the drain in order to be first.
Texas mall shooter shared extremist beliefs against Jews, women and racial minorities on apparent social media pageMauricio Garcia, 33, maintained a profile on the Russian social networking platform OK.RU, which is part of a law enforcement investigation.www.nbcnews.com
By Brandy Zadrozny, Courtney Kube, Ken Dilanian and Erik Ortiz
A social media page appearing to belong to a gunman who killed eight people at a Dallas-area outlet mall shared extremist beliefs with rants against Jews, women and racial minorities posted on the account since September, as well as posts about struggling with mental health.
Mauricio Garcia, 33, maintained a profile on the Russian social networking platform OK.RU, including posts referencing extremist online forums, such as 4chan, and content from white nationalists, including Nick Fuentes, an antisemitic white nationalist provocateur.
He also posted photos of a flak vest emblazoned with patches, including one with the acronym for "Right Wing Death Squad," a popular meme among far-right extremist groups. Another post included a series of shirtless pictures with visible white power tattoos, including SS Lightning Bolts and a swastika.