It is sad to say that the media aftermath of a mass shooting is often predictable, and especially so thanks to the looming 2020 election.
The infotainment narrative is this: Find a way to blame President Trump for these tragic and horrific events – at all costs. A number of those seeking the Oval Office next November have already jumped on this bandwagon, well before any sort of investigations into these acts of violence are completed. The eagerness to pin these shooters onto Team A or Team B is so viscerally shallow and pedantic that it offends any and all who recognize these tawdry tactics.
As evidence surrounding the Dayton, Ohio mass shooting comes to light however, a much different picture is beginning to take shape.
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
Connor Betts was likely not a white supremacist. He seems to be a leftist/socialist. This seems to be his twitter account. pic.twitter.com/RMbo3eLIcy
— Milton (@LFTUnderworld) August 4, 2019
The idea that Betts may have been a white supremacist, or that he was some sort of “alt-right” terrorist is easily debunked as well, thanks to his voter registration form.
Mass shootings are already horrific, tragic ordeals by their very nature, and the exploitation of these events for political gain is enough to make any patriotic American sick to their stomachs. Still, this lowly tactic continues, thanks in no small part to the mainstream media.
“If it bleeds, it leads”, after all, and the infotainment industry often finds itself fomenting politic division in order to make a buck. For these opportunistic conglomerates, chaos and conflict will always bring beaucoup bucks to the bank as Americans tune in to educate themselves on the state of hate in America.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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