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Sunday, May 15, 2022
Here's What the Buffalo Shooter's Alleged Manifesto Actually Says
Saturday afternoon, an 18-year-old from Upstate New York traveled to
Buffalo and live-streamed himself shooting several people, ten of whom
he killed, at a Tops Friendly Market in a predominantly black
neighborhood. The suspect was captured by law enforcement and has been
arraigned on 10 first-degree murder charges.
With their usual
swiftness, leftists on Twitter quickly launched a seemingly coordinated
effort to blame Fox News and Tucker Carlson for allegedly radicalizing
word of the shooting quickly spread on social media, so did reports
that the shooter had posted a 180-page manifesto online, explaining his
racist and anti-Semitic motives and detailing how he planned to carry
out the attack. PJ Media obtained a copy of the manifesto, and while we
cannot independently verify its authenticity, it is widely believed to
be genuine, and some left-wing operatives are intent on claiming that
the manifesto proves the shooter was radicalized by Fox News and
right-wing politics. I’ll show you want the manifesto actually says
(though I will not link to it).
despite the coordinated effort to blame Fox News, the manifesto attacks
a number of news networks, including Fox, for hiring Jews.
search of the entire manifesto also yields no mentions of Tucker
Carlson and specifically mentions “the internet” as where he got his
have tried to link the shooter in a more general way to right-wing
politics. For example, the so-called conservative S.E. Cupp of CNNtried to blame“right-wing extremism” for the shooting.
But here’s what the manifesto says about the shooter’s politics:
Did you always hold these views?
I was 12 I was deep into communist ideology, talk to anyone from my old
highschool and ask about me and you will hear that. From age 15 to 18
however, I consistently moved farther to the right. On the political
compass I fall in the mild-moderate authoritarian left category, and I
would prefer to be called a populist.
the shooter describes himself as “authoritarian left-wing,” but the
left and S.E. Cupp are trying to blame “right-wing extremism.” Okay?
in the manifest, the shooter insists, “I would prefer to call myself a
populist. But you can call me an ethno-nationalist eco-fascist national
socialist if you want, I wouldn’t disagree with you.” He also repeatedly
attacks capitalists, and rejected the conservative label because, he
wrote, “conservativism is corporatism in disguise, I want no part of
let’s not pretend that, assuming the manifesto is legitimate, the
rhetoric espoused in its pages means the shooter cannot be legitimately
aligned with either major political party or political movement. While I
would argue that the views expressed in the manifesto echo rhetoric of
radical leftism, the manifesto is full of nonsense and garbage that is
at times inconsistent. The people who were quick to exploit the
situation to attack Fox News and conservatives were wrong and should be
ashamed of themselves.