New York Occasions puzzled why neo-Nazi killed folks
Now that The New York Occasions has finished its job of whitewashing the status of sociopathic rip-off artist Elizabeth Holmes, it has turned its consideration to home terrorist Mauricio Garcia (33), who murdered eight folks at a Dallas-area mall.
Human rights lawyer Qasim Rashid has outlined the disturbing info about Garcia. He had a deep-seated hatred for ladies and Black folks, brazenly praised Hitler and neo-Nazis, and donned Nazi regalia. He was energetic on social media platforms, utilizing them to endorse genocide.
Nonetheless, The New York Occasions appears perplexed about Garcia’s motive for his heinous act. In a narrative headlined, “After Texas Mall Taking pictures, Looking for Motive and Grieving for Youngsters,” it mentioned:
Investigators making an attempt to be taught why a gunman fatally shot a minimum of eight folks at a Texas mall are inspecting a social media profile, rife with hate-filled rants in opposition to ladies and Black folks, that they consider belonged to the gunman.
The profile, discovered on the social media website OK.RU, matches the gunman’s birthday and refers to a motel the place he was staying earlier than the taking pictures. The profile additionally contains language praising Hitler, with references to neo-Nazi web sites like The Day by day Stormer.
On Sunday, officers recognized the gunman, who was killed on the mall by a police officer, as Mauricio Garcia, 33. The motive for the assault stays unclear.
If this appears bizarre, it is value noting that The New York Occasions has been beforehand accused of trying to normalize neo-Nazis, as evidenced by a 2017 article titled “In America’s Heartland, the Nazi Sympathizer Subsequent Door.”