Great Replacement Theory
One of the judges was just appointed the associate minister of the status of women.
The Christchurch terrorist, and a string of white supremacists who followed him, were motivated by a racist conspiracy theory about white “replacement.” Yet it continues to be pushed by mainstream politicians and media pundits.
A new poll shows that two-thirds of Republicans believe in a conspiracy theory similar to one that inspired the Buffalo shooter.
Some Republicans who say Democrats want an immigrant “invasion” to control America also claim immigrants vote illegally to swing elections.
Arizona’s Wendy Rogers, who’s pushed the “great replacement” theory numerous times, implied the shooting was a government false flag.
The views the accused Buffalo shooter espoused aren’t far removed from those pushed by some mainstream Republicans and conservative news outlets.
The alleged gunman, 18, also appears to have left a long manifesto filled with anti-Black racist conspiracy theories.