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Tucker looks at the root cause and reaction to the mass shootings last Saturday. Race politics, spurned on by our government, in their clamoring for more power.

“Over just two days, at least 104 Americans were shot to death in major American cities, that’s a lot. How many? Well, for perspective, on the single deadliest day of the Iraq war, that would be January of 2005, a total of 37 Americans died.”

“So, what’s happening in our cities right now looks a lot like a war, even if we rarely acknowledge it. Dallas, Milwaukee, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, many other metro areas recorded murders over the weekend, that’s typical now. In St. Louis, 13 people were shot, 5 of them fatally. In Chicago, 33 were gunned down, 5 of those died. In Laguna Woods, California, a Chinese immigrant from Las Vegas walked into a Presbyterian church and shot 6 elderly Taiwanese parishioners. Police say he was motivated by some kind of political and ethnic hatred.”

“And, of course, most famously of all, on Saturday afternoon a teenager in a mock military uniform walked into a grocery store in Buffalo and shot more than a dozen strangers with a rifle. What you probably haven’t seen are details about any of the ten Americans who were murdered in that store in Buffalo.”

“On Saturday, after he made good on his threat to open fire into a crowd, Gendron left an 180-page letter that he said would explain his motives. You’ve probably heard this document described as a racist manifesto, but that’s not quite right. It’s definitely racist, bitterly so. Gendron reduces people to their skin color, that’s the essence of racism and it’s immoral.”

“But what he wrote does not add up to a manifesto. It is not a blueprint for a new extremist political movement, much less the potential inspiration for a racist revolution. Anyone who claims that it is is lying, or hasn’t read it. Instead, Gendron’s letter is a rambling pastiche of slogans and internet ‘memes,’ some of which contradict each other. It’s not really political at all. The document is crazy. It’s the product of a diseased, in-organized mind.”

“The truth about Peyton Gendron does tell you a lot about the ruthlessness and dishonesty of our political leadership. Within minutes of Saturday’s shooting, before all of the bodies of those ten murdered Americans had even been identified by their loved ones, professional democrats had begun a coordinated campaign to blame those murders on their political opponents. ‘They did it!’ they said immediately. Patron Gendron was the heir to Donald Trump, they told us. Trumpism committed mass murder in Buffalo, and for that reason, it followed ‘logically,’ we must suspend the First Amendment.”

“What is hate speech? Well, it’s speech that our leaders hate.”

“So, because a mentally ill teenager murdered strangers, you cannot be allowed to express your political views out loud. That’s what they’re telling you, that’s what they’ve wanted to tell you for a long time, but Saturday’s massacre gives them a pretext to justification.”

“You have to ask yourself, who behaves like that? What sort of person uses mass murder as an excuse to give a campaign speech or seize more political power? We’ll find out tomorrow when Joe Biden travels to the scene of this atrocity in Buffalo to speak to the country.”

“People who disagree with Joe Biden, according to Joe Biden, are now a, quote, ‘existential threat’ to the nation, like Al Qaeda or climate change, a threat that, by definition, is so profound, we must declare war upon it if we’re to survive. Now, keep in mind, this ‘threat’ that Biden is referring to is you. He’s talking about his fellow Americans. No president has ever spoken like this, ever.”

“Joe Biden does it regularly, and he’s certain to do it again tomorrow. But, most painful and destructive of all, Biden is likely to use racial wounds in order to make his point. There is no behavior worse than this. All race politics is bad, no matter what flavor those politics happen to be. No race politics is better than any other, all of it is poison. Race politics subsumes the individual into the group. It erases people, it dehumanizes them.”

“Race politics elevates appearance over initiative and decency and all the other God-given qualities that make every person of every color unique yet morally equal to every other. person. And above all, race politics always makes us hate each other, and always in a very predictable way.”

“Race politics is a sin, race politics always leads to violence and death. They learned that lesson in Rwanda in 1994. Identity politics ended in genocide in Rwanda that killed 800,000 people.”

“In response to those horrors, the Rwandans did something that we might learn from, they moved in the opposite direction from the one that Joe Biden is currently taking the United States. ‘Ethnicity has already been stripped out of school books and rubbed off government identity cards,’ reported the New York Times. ‘Government documents no longer mention Hutu or Tutsi, and the country’s newspapers and radio stations steer clear of the labels as well. Most dramatic is how Rwanda’s eight million people now shun the identifications that seemed to loom so large 10 years ago as Hutu extremists began their mass killings.’”

“They have de-emphasized race in Rwanda, intentionally and systematically. Rwandan citizens are citizens first, members of racial or travel groups second or not at all. Result? There have been no more genocides in Rwanda, and that could easily be the path forward for this country, too.”

“The American way of life is meritocracy. Judge me by what I do, not by how I look. By the content of my character, not the color of my skin. We have a monument on the mall to this, and yet suddenly every voice in power is leading us in the opposite direction. And what’s the terminus of that journey? It’s destruction. Everybody knows this. Only our leaders stand in the way of fixing a problem that is growing worse by the day.”


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