The Media Just Destroyed Its Own Narrative About the TX Mall Shooter

OPINION:  This article contains commentary which may reflect the author’s opinion

The weekend shooting in Allen, Texas, was horrifying. Ages of the eight deceased victims range from 5 to 61. The pictures are simply too horrifying to show. You can search at your leisure, but beware—the results are dreadful. You can already hear the liberal media licking their chops over this incident because the weapon was reportedly an AR-15 rifle.

The shooter was later revealed to be non-white white supremacist Mauricio Garcia, which is a revelation that should humiliate the mainstream media. Simply said, it is untrue. A non-white person cannot in any way be a Nazi. The way those people classify membership based on race is quite rigorous. However, that is not the special aspect of this development. It’s how the media used their own material to disprove this story as being false.

Twitchy was the first to report on WaPo’s jump to conclusions that the shooter, Mauricio Garcia, “had white supremacist beliefs.”

The gunman may be seen in a horrific video lying dead on the ground, dressed in tactical gear, covered in blood, with a rifle next to him. This portion of the incident could not be independently verified, which caused The Washington Post to cautiously report that information while gung-ho promoting the alleged neo-Nazi connections as reality.

Washington Post reported:

The 33-year-old gunman who opened fire on an outlet mall in a Dallas suburb Saturday, killing at least eight people, had an apparent fascination with white supremacist or neo-Nazi beliefs that are now being examined by investigators as a possible motive for the attack, people familiar with the investigation said Sunday.

Mauricio Garcia, a local resident, had multiple weapons on him and five additional guns in his car nearby, said people familiar with the investigation who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss the ongoing probe.

Authorities have not released a motive, but a patch on his chest said “RWDS,” an acronym that stands for Right Wing Death Squad, according to people familiar with the investigation. The phrase is popular among right wing extremists, neo-Nazis and white supremacists, they said, and while there is still a great deal of evidence to analyze and authorities have not reached any conclusions yet, investigators are approaching the shooting as a possible hate crime.

It’s terrible that the liberal media wants mass murderers to be exclusively white men. That has long been a fiction, but this year in Nashville, Tennessee, a transgender person killed six people at a private Christian school, giving new life to the story. The media swiftly abandoned coverage of that shooting. The liberal media is working to spread a false narrative that Garcia is a non-white Nazi, and conservatives are right to call them out on it, so this campaign might continue for a while. However, we are all aware of how this will turn out. For a while, certain liberal organizations might promote the standard anti-gun talking points while sprinkling segments on CNN and MSNBC about how neo-Nazis are everywhere when they’re not, but they’ll eventually move on. When such events can’t be used as political football, they usually do.


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