The Hispanic mass murderer at the Allen, Texas mall is being called a white supremacist by the news media, but there are many facts that seem inconsistent with that claim. Besides being Hispanic, the mass murderer praised the Nashville Christian School murderer.
In another post, he made disturbing comments about what makes a mass shooting “important” and praised a person who opened fire at a private Christian school in Nashville, Tennessee, this year, killing six people, including three children.Brandy Zadrozny, Courtney Kube, Ken Dilanian and Erik Ortiz, “Texas mall shooter ranted against Jews, women and racial minorities on apparent social media page,” NBC. May 8, 2023.
The bottom line is that the person had severe mental illness. Rather than trying hard to find any evidence that allows the media to classify the murderer as a white supremacist such as a patch with the initials RWDS, which is said to represent “Right Wing Death Squad” and that he is antisemitic (a view held by large numbers of leftwing academics).
He joined the Army in June 2008 but was kicked out after three months for a physical or mental condition. He did not complete basic training, nor was he ever deployed or did he receive any awards, said Heather Hagan, an Army spokeswoman.Brandy Zadrozny, Courtney Kube, Ken Dilanian and Erik Ortiz, “Texas mall shooter ranted against Jews, women and racial minorities on apparent social media page,” NBC. May 8, 2023.
Unlike Dallas, where the murderer was located before the massacre, he traveled to Allen, Texas, which is majority white. If the murderer wanted to kill minorities, he should have stayed in Dallas, where only about a quarter of the population is white. While three of the victims were Hispanic, like the murderer, and three were Asian, no blacks were murdered.
As an aside, the murderer was armed with multiple weapons.
The shooter was armed with multiple weapons, including an AR-15-style rifle and a handgun . . .