As additional details emerge about the pair of mass murderers — Patrick Crusius and Connor Betts — who attacked people in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, respectively, within a 24-hour period, the more we learn what a useless institution the legacy media have become.
That’s because every single detail about both young men the Democratic propaganda media does not find useful to blame the incidents on POTUS Donald Trump and Republicans has been intentionally left out of their reporting.
Take Betts, for instance.
After murdering nine people including his own sister, Betts was gunned down by hero cops before he was able to enter another bar in an otherwise peaceful part of the city and begin his rampage anew.
But while initial reporting on the shooting tended to focus on ways to blame it on Trump’s ‘violent’ ‘racist’ rhetoric, subsequent reporting from genuine media sources dedicated to providing readers with facts prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that Betts was anything but a “Right-wing extremist/white supremacist/Trump supporter.”
Quite the opposite, in fact.
On his Twitter account, for example, Betts had praise for the actions of self-described Antifa domestic terrorist Willem Van Spronsen, who tried to firebomb an ICE detention facility in Tacoma, Wash., last month, while carrying a rifle.
He also described the detention centers operated by DHS/ICE as “concentration camps.”
Betts, 24, was a sort of Satanist as well, having been photographed wearing patches critical of religion and saying he was “against all gods.”
The patches he’s wearing are from a known satanist apparel company. One of them reads “against all gods". This is a culture problem. A godless culture of death with no respect for life. https://t.co/IsOSdFHSqy
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) August 4, 2019
His Twitter feed, before it was suspended, read “like a consistent stream of leftist drudge, expressing hatred against conservatives and ICE personnel,” Big League Politics noted. (Related: Graham announces ‘bipartisan’ bill to ‘fund’ state ‘red flag laws’ in wake of dual mass shootings in El Paso, Dayton.)
According to The Gateway Pundit, which posted records from Greene County (Ohio) Board of Elections, Betts was a registered Democrat.
In a separate story, Big League Politics noted further that Betts voted a total of seven times beginning in 2012 — and always for Democrats. In addition, he voted in two Democratic primaries and the 2016 general election, according to election records that are publicly available.
And the Washington Times reports that Betts was a supporter of 2020 Democratic presidential contender Elizabeth Warren (Mass.) who, as of this writing, has yet to publicly denounce him.
“The Ohio gunman described himself on social media as a pro-Satan “leftist” who wanted Joe Biden’s generation to die off, hated President Trump and law enforcement, and hoped to vote for Sen. Elizabeth Warren for president,” the paper reported.
As Heavy.com reported, Betts once tweeted, “I want socialism, and I’ll not wait for the idiots to finally come round to understanding.”
His account had a pinned top tweet, which was a retweet of someone else’s post, which read: “Millennials have a message for the Joe Biden generation: hurry up and die.”
Meanwhile, Crusius — who did use anti-Hispanic, anti-immigrant language in a manifesto he posted on 8Chan — also championed traditional Left-wing causes.
“The decimation of the environment is creating a massive burden for future generations,” it says in criticizing modern farming operations, water pollution, plastic waste, oil drilling, urban sprawl, and “inefficient cities which unnecessarily destroys millions of acres of land.”
The manifesto also makes a bizarre recommendation that hearkens back to the days of the Democrat-run KKK: The desire to create racially pure enclaves within the country.
As for the president, Crucius also wrote that his political positions “predate Trump and his campaign for president.”
“The inconvenient truth is that our leaders, both Democrat AND Republican, have been failing us for decades,” he added.
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