Narrative Destroyed, Synagogue Shooter Says He Hates Trump And Conservatives

The knee jerk Democrat response to the Poway, California synagogue shooter was to blame President Donald Trump and Republicans for the shooting.

But that narrative was quickly decimated when manifesto of the shooter was discovered and the truth became known.

Not only was the shooter not a fan of President Trump or conservatives, he despised them as “traitors” in what his demented mind is a race war.

“Are you a Trump supporter?” the shooter asked himself in an open letter in a section he called a “lightning round.”

“You mean that Zionist, Jew-loving, anti-White, traitorous c**ksucker? Don’t make me laugh,” the shooter responded.

In another section of his manifesto, the read like a whose who of white supremacist hate, he asked himself if he was a conservative.

“I am not a useless, spineless coward so no—I am not a conservative. Conservative is a misnomer. They conserve nothing,” he said.

“They’ll complain all they want but they won’t take up arms and threaten their government with death (the only thing that works),” he said.

“Ever heard about the Battle of Athens (1946)? Find your balls again you insufferable fa**ots. If you do not defend your rights you deserve none,” he said.

He went on to blame Jewish people for the promotion of Marxism and pornography. Crimes, he said, deserved to be punished.

“Every Jew young and old has contributed to these. For these crimes they deserve nothing but hell. I will send them there,” he said.

“Make sure to call me a ‘white supremacist’ and ‘anti-semite’ or whatever bullshit you spew to spook the normal**s,” he said.

“It doesn’t even matter. You’ve been calling every White person alive those names for decades—they’ve lost all their meaning,” he said.

He allegedly admitted to another crime in the manifesto, this one against Muslims in the aftermath of the New Zealand mosque shooting.

“I scorched a mosque in Escondido with gasoline a week after” the New Zealand massacre, the shooter wrote.

But, he said, the people “woke up and put out the fire pretty much immediately after I drove away which was unfortunate.”

By Carmine Sabia/The Federalist Papers

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