There’s no evidence the suspect was trans, and he posted repeatedly about his pro-gun stance and his support for former president Donald Trump.
Elon Musk Thinks the Texas Neo-Nazi Mass Shooting Is ‘Odd,’ ‘Very Strange,’ ‘Gets Weirder By the Moment’
Musk has a history of engaging with right-wing conspiracies, and his reaction to the mass shooting in Allen, Texas continues the trend.
It had been less than two weeks since the last mass killing in Texas.
The AR-15, dubbed “America’s Rifle” by the NRA, has been used in some of America’s deadliest school shootings.
A few weeks ago in the same school district, three students posted racist threats on TikTok that also threatened a mass shooting.
The 19-year-old neo-Nazi who shot and killed 10 people in a racist massacre in Buffalo, New York, last year, was sentenced to life in prison.
Three students died in the shooting, and five others were injured.
Newsom’s state is reeling from 3 mass shootings in just 8 days.
Ten people were killed and 10 others injured when a gunman opened fire at a dance studio where he met his wife decades earlier.
Officials in the rural town of Enoch said Michael Haight shot and killed his wife, five children, and mother-in-law, then killed himself.
In a lawsuit filed Tuesday against Walmart, the employee, who was present for the shooting, claims that Walmart did very little after her report.
The person accused of killing five people in a Colorado LGBTQ club changed their name in 2016.