Huffington post writer, Matt Fuller, is attempting to connect the Christchurch terror attack to Republicans in the US Congress.
The American left knows no bottom.
There are two members of Congress who share a lot of rhetoric with the New Zealand shooter.
There are two members of Congress who share a lot of rhetoric with the New Zealand shooter. https://t.co/WZZ01US9W7
— HuffPost Politics (@HuffPostPol) March 15, 2019
When I read the New Zealand shooter’s manifesto, what struck me most were the similarities between his writings and some of the things I hear from members of Congress on immigration.
His views and rhetoric have an eerie resemblance to some of the things two particular Republicans ― Steve King (R-Iowa) and Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) ― say about immigration, and that’s worth discussing.
Gohmert and King have denounced the shooting, and there’s no reason to doubt they genuinely are saddened by this massacre.
Still, it’s fair to evaluate how dehumanizing rhetoric has real impact in the ways people think about immigrants, particularly in light of this horrendous attack.
This might be one of the most vile pieces of American journalism since… just a few weeks ago with the Jussie Smollett hoax…which was preceded by the left’s attack on Covington Catholic teens.
The New Zealand killer described himself as an “eco-fascist by nature” and a supporter of British fascist Sir Oswald Mosley. The killer praises China as the “nation with the closest political and social values to my own.”
Never mind that the scandals surrounding dehumanizing language and actions in the US Congress are coming exclusively from radical Democrats like Ilhan Omar. Matt Fuller believes it’s fair to link Republicans to a terror attack committed by a foreigner on a foreign land, involving exactly ZERO Americans. Somehow, their rhetoric on immigration is “fair game” to discuss.
Democrats are now cheering Matt Fuller’s yellow journalism:
The New Zealand Shooter's Rhetoric Sounds Like Something You Might Hear In Congress https://t.co/JbYKuA8aRQ
— Jon Cooper (@joncoopertweets) March 16, 2019
Where he was radicalized:https://t.co/y8WqmQav2f
— Karen DaltonBeninato (@kbeninato) March 17, 2019
That terrorist’s manifesto probably reads like Steve King’s diary. 🤮🤮🤮
— CrabDiving Podcast (@CrabDiving) March 17, 2019
When the murderous manifesto of a #NewZealandTerrorist sounds uncannily like that currently being voiced by certain members of Congress, it's time to elect a new leadership that champions the rights and freedoms of *all* peoples. #SaturdayMorning @jilevin https://t.co/MEMrtqETGp
— 🇧ɪʟʟ🇦ᴜᴄʟᴀɪʀ 🌊 (@bill_auclair) March 16, 2019
At least one guy gets it:
I wonder why people trust the media less and less https://t.co/tNwHMfbYdd
— Peen Supreme (@peen_supreme) March 16, 2019