On March 18, tragedy struck when eight people were killed in a mass shooting in Atlanta, six of whom were Asian women. The shooting was almost instantly turned into a racial problem by the Democratic Party’s mass media.
Jen Psaki, the White House Press Secretary, did what Democrats do best in a press conference after the mass shooting: she blamed the victims’ deaths on the police, according to The Gateway Pundit.
In the Atlanta spa shootings, the gunman, 21-year-old Robert Alan Long, claimed he was motivated by sex addiction rather than race. Despite the lack of evidence that race was a factor in the attack, liberals and the mass media have used the tragedy to add Asian–Americans to their long list of victims in their attempts to further segment and divide Americans.
The media and globalist leaders have been accelerating ethnic tensions that were virtually nonexistent less than ten years ago in a classic effort to divide and conquer society. The latest Google analytical data strongly indicates that such theories, such as Black Lives Matter and a slew of other globalist far-left ideas like Critical Race Theory, are increasingly inserted into the mainstream to sow divisions and manipulate election outcomes.
Once division among selected groups of people has achieved the desired result, they are often
excluded from the debate.
A 21-year-old Muslim immigrant from Syria opened fire in a Boulder, Colorado grocery store on March 22, killing ten white people. Following the attack, the news media immediately claimed, without any evidence, that the gunman was a white male Trump supporter. Nothing could be further from the facts, as is generally the case when globalist media outlets take a stand on something. As Paul Joseph Watson pointed out yesterday, Ahmad Al-Issa is a self-described “anti-racist protester,” with posts on his Facebook page criticizing Donald Trump, advocating for refugees, and Muslim immigrants. Although the gunman’s family told the Daily Beast that he was the target of “bullying” in high school, Al–Issa’s classmates say the opposite is true.
According to a Fox 31 story, Al-Issa once punched a classmate in the face and proceeded to punch him while he was on the ground. Al-Issa tried to justify the attack by claiming the victim “had made fun of him and called him racial names weeks earlier,” although no other classmates could corroborate this. Dayton Marvel, the shooter’s wrestling teammate, told the Denver Post that during Al-Issa’s senior year, “he actually lost his match and left the team and screamed out in the wrestling room that he was like going to kill everyone,” according to the Denver Post. Nobody believed him at the time. We were all a little freaked out by it, but no one did anything about it, Marvel said. He’d talk about how he’s Muslim and how if someone tried to hurt him, he’d file a hate crime complaint and say they were making it up, he said.
Following the horrific deaths of Asian-Americans in Georgia, the media and their Democratic Party allies have emphasized their newfound victims, Asian-Americans, and “Asian-American hatred.” What the media and the Democratic Party have ignored is the fact that all ten victims of the Muslim shooter in Boulder, CO are white.
Andy Ngo, an Asian-American journalist, points out in a tweet that the victim’s ethnicity is important even though there is no proof of race playing a role in the attack.
In case someone is interested, because the media isn’t, Officer Eric Talley of the Boulder Police Department was a devout Catholic, committed husband, and father of seven children when he was shot and killed by Ahmad Al-Issa. To assist his family, a GoFundMe page has been created.