The Buffalo Massacre suspect was 15 years old when he heard Donald Trump say "You also had some very fine people on both sides." That was in reference to a parade of white nationalists who paraded through Charlottesville, Virginia chanting "Jews will not replace us" over and over again. Two years later, the suspect saw Trump welcome Kyle Rittenhouse to Mar-a-Lago and Trump's team of advisors at FOX "News" welcome Rittenhouse to their studios for onair interviews being broadcast to the whole country. They made him a hero. In other words, the Buffalo Massacre suspect was given free affirmation and encouragement from highly influential people in highly visible places. His manifesto reads like a transcript of a Tucker Carlson or Sean Hannity show and the naked thoughts of Stephen Miller.
In fact, the entire nazi community that makes up the GOP once again showed their support for loaded gun political statements which is what the Buffalo killings were and precisley what they are always meant to be. Because of that, we should not be surprised when events like what happened at the Tops grocery store in Buffalo happen, just as we should not have been surprised when another young white supremacist murdered nine people in a church in Charleston, SC., or when another white supremacist shot up a Walmart in El Paso, or attacked a Synagogue in Pittsburgh or any one of a number of similar acts. It's telling that virtually no Republican politicians, people who by nature will always run to the nearest microphone and row of TV cameras for almost any reason at all, have stepped up and condemned the murders in Buffalo. For them, the perverted gurus and puppet masters who act from afar, it's really more of a "Mission Accomplished" thing; another killer brainwashed to kill. High five. Some walk into a store or a place of worship with an automatic rifle. Some fly a plane into a building.