Buffalo mass shooting: Shooter inscribed N-Word on his gun and live broadcasted his actions
We have a lot of scary information on the Buffalo mass shooter who has killed 10 people and injured three more. A predominately black area in Buffalo, New York, was the scene of the crime.
Local officials acknowledged that this incident was done by an 18-year-old Caucasian guy, but they did not provide any other information about the perpetrator. Rumors about this shooter started circulating on the Internet, so we had to investigate more. On the shooter’s Twitch account, there is a recording of the whole webcast, but watching it won’t benefit anyone. A awful thing happened, and it shouldn’t have been reported.
Mass gunman identified himself as a white supremacist and an anti-semite in a manifesto released online. He reacted to a hypothesis that argues that the white race is being replaced by a more diversified group in the United States at this very moment.
Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, who frequently discusses the so-called “white replacement theory,” has a lot to do with many of the views expressed in this manifesto. People with extremist views on race might be influenced by this news anchor. The gunman is not from Buffalo, investigators have established, and it is evident that he only wanted to kill people of colour.
The horrific live broadcast he recorded on Twitch where he drives up to the supermarket and starts shooting as soon as he gets out of the car. Other than that, there’s nothing else we can prove from his post that we can.
This gunman had the N-word and other nonsensical slurs written on it in screenshots from his weapon.