Biden Finally Got His ‘White Supremacist’
A sociopath known to law enforcement, infused with hate, killed 10 innocents in New York.
In June of last year, Joe Biden launched his crusade against “the most lethal threat” in America.
No, he was not referring to the thug, drug and gang-bangers who are responsible for the daily carnage on urban poverty plantations across our nation, like the those who committed the “mass assault” in downtown Sacramento a month ago, killing six. Nor was he referring to the thugs who, last weekend, murdered three people in Milwaukee, five in Chicago and five more in St. Louis — and more than 80 others nationwide.
Those assailants and assaults did not fit the Left’s racial narrative, so those stories quickly faded from the mainstream medias’ footnotes on crime — as did coverage of the more than 21,000 other murders in the latest year of record. They were of no value as political fodder for Democrat Party politicos.
Notably, there is irrefutable evidence that Biden and his Demos unleashed a record surge of mass violence in 2020, which is now manifesting in record numbers of mass shooters and active shooters nationwide.
That notwithstanding, according to Biden and his leftist cadres, the most “lethal threat to the homeland” is actually white supremacy. He and his ilk use “white supremacist” as a thinly veiled coding label for anyone who does not comport with their leftist ideology, especially those “Ultra-MAGA Americans,” in order to do what Democrats do best — foment division and hatred.
As I wrote a month after Biden entered office, he was baiting and begging for more violence, and as a result of constantly framing everything in the context of race, a rare case of white supremacy finally and tragically has emerged.
Recall that last year, Biden had his Department of Justice tied up investigating parental rights advocates who were attending Virginia school board meetings in an effort to undermine support for now-Governor Glenn Youngkin.
At the same time the FBI was looking into those “terrorists,” a 17-year old Susquehanna Valley High School student in Conklin, New York was setting off alarms bells by threatening to shoot classmates and exhibiting other extreme anti-social behaviors associated with being radicalized. According to the Buffalo News about the assailant, Payton Gendron, “A school official reported that this very troubled young man had made statements indicating that he wanted to do a shooting, either at a graduation ceremony, or sometime after.”
Though he demonstrated many of the red flags of a potential sociopathic killer, having declared himself as much, after Broome County Police referred him for an evaluation, he was released without any record of his psychiatric evaluation becoming part of the public record. Consequently, last December he legally purchased a shotgun and a month later he bought a semi-automatic rifle. (This is tragically similar to the early warnings authorities had about the Parkland (Florida) High School assailant, but failed to take action before his 2018 attack.)
The “sometime after” graduation came last weekend, when Gendron, now 18 years old, walked into a food market in Buffalo and shot 13 people, killing 10 of them, including a retired Buffalo police officer working as a security guard at the store, who attempted to stop the assailant, but whose shots did not penetrate Gendron’s body armor. Eleven of his victims were black and two were white.
Gendron, likely stunned by the impact from shots fired by the security guard, exited the store and surrendered to police. There were still dozens of patrons still inside the store whose lives were spared.
For perspective, according to the latest FBI data on “mass shootings”, which it defines as “one or more individuals actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a populated area,” there were 38 victims in 2020. There were 43 victims in 2021. Including Buffalo and Sacramento, there have been 30 victims this year.
Before the assault, the assailant had patched together a 180-page “manifesto,” actually a lengthy compilation of plagiarized racist rhetoric and other information collected over the last year. He detailed his motives and his plan in what actually is a thorough case study document of sociopathic narcissism (perhaps paranoid schizophrenia), and how it can manifest in hatred. He declared his rationale for the assault was based on “replacement theory,” most recently promoted by French racist Renaud Camus a decade ago. That theory was also cited by the deranged racist who killed 11 people at Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life synagogue in November of 2018.
Replacement theory is centered on the notion that there is a global conspiracy to replace native inhabitants of a nation with foreigners.
According to the assailant’s compilation, the front page of which is emblazoned with the NAZI Sun emblem, he declared his purpose as follows: “To show to the replacers that as long as the White man lives, our land will never be theirs and they will never be safe from us. To directly reduce immigration rates to European lands by intimidating and physically removing the replacers themselves. To intimidate the replacers already living on our lands to emigrate back to their home countries. To agitate the political enemies of my people into action, to cause them to overextend their own hand and experience the eventual and inevitable backlash as a result. To incite violence, retaliation and further divide between the European people and the replacers currently occupying European soil… To add momentum to the pendulum swings of history, further destabilizing and polarizing Western society in order to eventually destroy the current nihilistic, hedonistic, individualistic insanity that has taken control of Western thought.”
These are not the words of a deranged 18-year old, who asserts of his insanity, “I was never diagnosed with a mental disability or disorder, and I believe to be perfectly sane.”
Regarding his referral for psychiatric evaluation, he wrote: “I got out of it, because I stuck with the story that I was getting out of class and I just stupidly wrote that down. That is the reason I believe I am still able to purchase guns.” He noted that his intention to commit mass murder was “not a joke,” explaining, “I wrote that down because that’s what I was planning to do.”
On his political views, he notes, “When I was 12, I was deep into communist ideology, talk to anyone from my old high school and ask about me and you will hear that.” However, he states that now: “On the political compass I fall in the mild-moderate authoritarian left category, and I would prefer to be called a populist. 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.”
Indeed, “authoritarian left” places him squarely in the mindset of the former National Socialist German Workers’ Party, a.k.a. the “NAZI Party.”
Predictably, Biden and his Leftmedia publicists were quick to assert that any political and media critics of his open-border policy are guilty of inspiring “replacement theory” racists. Fact is, a lot of Americans object to illegal immigration, and believe it will influence election demographics.
Journalist Glenn Greenwald disabused the reflexive blame-shifting tactic, noting: “All ideologies spawn psychopaths who kill innocents in its name. Yet only some are blamed for their violent adherents: by opportunists cravenly exploiting corpses while they still lie on the ground.”
For her part, New York Governor Kathy Hochul made the Sunday talk show rounds insisting, “I want to know what people knew, and when they knew it.”
That prompted Buffalo Police Commissioner Joseph Gramaglia to declare that after Gendron’s psychiatric evaluation: “Nobody called in. Nobody called any complaints.”
Hochul is also using the attack as a pretext and justification to demand that social media companies do more to remove hate speech on their platforms: “This spreads like a virus and that’s why I’m calling on the CEOs of all the social media platforms to examine their policies and to be able to look me in the eye and tell me that everything is being done that they can do to make sure this information is not spread.” That raises the question, how did allowing the Buffalo assailant access to BIG Tech platforms contribute to his assault? Recall that not only did he download his poison from these platforms, but attempted to strea his assault on social media.
That certainly provided another opening for Biden’s new DHS “Czar of Disinformation,” who has vowed to lead the “missing context” strategy to suppress any free speech which does not comport with Biden’s political agenda, can just classify it as “hate speech.”
For the record, all murders are “hate crimes,” but I do make a distinction between the premeditated murder of innocents and the reckless murders of innocent bystanders who are victims of gangs and other thugs — which account for the vast majority of murders in the United States. But premeditated mass murder involves an especially deranged level of sociopathy, and in this case, indicative of the assailant’s cowardice was commensurate with his brutality, he didn’t have the decency to end his own life.
Of course, Biden will go to Buffalo and endeavor to divert the nation’s attention from budget-crushing inflation under his watch, and other issues like baby formula shortages, to the white supremacy threat.
But, for the same reason Biden did not go to Sacramento last month, he did not go Boulder, Colorado, a year ago to comfort the families of victims after a very similar attack at a food market by a 21-year-old Trump-hating Islamist immigrant who murdered 10 white men and women.
Nor did he go to Waukesha, Wisconsin, five months ago to comfort families of victims after an avowed black supremacist murdered seven people and injured 60 others at a Christmas parade. He didn’t go to New York a month ago when 10 commuters were attacked on a subway by another black supremacist. Those assailants and may lesser known have been weaponized by the Marxist so-called “Black Lives Matter” movement embraced by Democrats nationwide over the last two years.
Biden did not mention the Laguna Woods, California, church attack by a Chinese immigrant the day after the Buffalo attack.
Again, those assailants and assaults did not fit the Left’s hate-hustling narrative.
What Biden will also not mention is that, in addition to the irrefutable link between fatherless homes and violence, the single most significant contributing factor scripting this particular type of assault, but one that will get the least attention, is the fact that the assailant was steeped in the desensitizing violence of video game “entertainment” — spending countless hours through his formative years in a fantasy first-person killing role. Tens of millions of young people are submersed in these games and don’t emerge as sociopathic killers. But in those rare instances when a young person does become a mass assailant, their pathology, combined with their killing fantasy, results in bloodshed.
For example: The 1999 Columbine High School murderers were immersed in the violent game “Doom,” achieving “berserk mode.” The 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School murderer logged 83,496 kills in one violent video game, including 22,725 headshots.
A joint statement from the American Psychological Association, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American Psychiatric Association, the American Medical Association, and the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry declares, “At this time, well over 1,000 studies … point overwhelmingly to a causal connection between media violence and aggressive behavior in some children.”
Additionally, many of the most noted mass shooting assailants were, or had been using, psycho-active prescription drugs, particularly selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors, including Prozac similar drugs. It was only after the introduction and widespread distribution of these drugs (now an epidemic of overprescription in the US) that mass shootings began.
We got a hint of why Biden will go to Buffalo from Politico, which notes Biden has “taken to telling aides that he no longer recognizes the GOP, which he now views as an existential threat to the nation’s democracy.” In other words, if you disagree with Joe Biden and his thugs, you are an existential threat to our nation. The irony of this assertion is that such lunacy gives rise to violent left-leaning authoritarians.
And his chief political strategist must now be Rep. Liz Cheney (?-WY) who demonstrated her level of lunacy posting this claim: “The House GOP leadership has enabled white nationalism, white supremacy, and anti-semitism. … GOP leaders must renounce and reject these views and those who hold them.”
As if the GOP has ever embraced such views… Apparently Cheney is confusing the history of the Republican Party with that of the racist Democrat Party, whose protagonists were, and remain, the architects of white supremacy.
Finally, wise counsel from former HHS Secretary Ben Carson: “Why should we be surprised when in recent years, we’ve made everything revolve around race. We emphasize the differences between us rather than the similarities and things that we have in common. … We create resentment. … I expect to see more of these kinds of things if we continue down this road.”
I am reminded of a conversation between CBS’s Mike Wallace and Morgan Freeman. Wallace asked, “How’re we going to get rid of racism?” Freeman responded: “Stop talking about it.” That is something Biden and his Democrats can’t do. Fomenting racial tension is a cornerstone of Demo constituency building.
I would also note that the Democrat’s devaluation of life from its beginning and the culture of death they now advocate, frames the entire debate about violence.
(Follow up: Read “Busting Biden’s Buffalo Bluster” about his remarks in Buffalo, using a rare instance of white supremacist violence as a Demo dog whistle diversion from the real disparity in interracial violence.
Semper Vigilans Fortis Paratus et Fidelis
Pro Deo et Libertate — 1776
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