Dems are going with ‘White Replacement Theory’ and Tucker to explain sick, deranged Buffalo killer

(Video: CNN)

If there is one position the left has always maintained their consistency on, it’s taking any incident and finding a way to shoehorn it into their narrative that Republicans are somehow to blame despite no measurable evidence to support their claims, as was the case with the shooting in Buffalo.

When an 18-year-old opened fire at a grocery store in Buffalo, N.Y. Saturday, killing at least 10 and wounding 3 others, after thoughts and prayers are considered for the victims and their loved ones, natural reactions may include wondering how it happened and why someone would do that. However, for those on the progressive end of the political spectrum, the answers to those questions are obvious.

In addition to calling for stricter laws, i.e., furthering the nanny state, Democrats drew all the anticipated inferences from the selected information about the suspect that had been released to the public. When it was made known that there was a 180-page manifesto linked to the suspect, it was scrubbed from the internet, so the narrative of CNN’s Jim Acosta and the like could not be readily challenged.

“As you know, this rhetoric has been mainstreamed by right-wing media figures, like Fox’s Tucker Carlson,” Acosta said to his guest, NAACP President Derrick Johnson, Sunday after Johnson had called for NewsCorp to stop funding Fox News.

“When The New York Times recently ran an exposé on Carlson’s record of promoting white nationalism and replacement theory,” content mentioned in the reported manifesto, “[Carlson] tweeted out…a picture of himself holding up the article, the front page of The New York Times, and laughing about it,” Acosta went on.

“Millions of people absorb this garbage on a regular basis on his program. Fox does nothing about it,” he insisted. “They make millions of dollars off of it. We have not shied away from calling that out, and calling Tucker out, on this program because what he is doing is very dangerous.”

Others espoused similar views as the blame for the shooter’s motivations was foisted upon voices from the right.

Facts were irrelevant in their outrage as many pointed out the suspect’s alleged position using his own words.

Furthermore, their demand that more laws be enacted to combat future occurrences of such senseless violence discounted the laws that the suspect had already violated. New York Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) confirmed to CNN that, while the AR-15 used in the shooting was purchased legally in her state, the suspect had an illegal high-capacity magazine. It should go without saying that murder has remained illegal, but apparently, for the left, it bears repeating.

The most glaring reality ignored by the finger-pointers and mudslingers on the internet in the aftermath of this tragedy is that there are no members of the right of any repute who are lauding what happened. In fact, there has been little other than heartfelt condolences to the victims and denouncement of the actions by the suspect, peppered with the singling out of the hypocrisy of the left.

Many feel that more focus should be placed on what can be agreed upon rather than trying to force a narrative to suit an agenda.


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