Stu Burguiere and Pat Gray Discuss the El Paso Shooting (Updated)

If Trump is somehow at fault for the section of the manifesto, and Sarah Palin at fault for the shooting of Gabby Giffords…. then why isn’t Al Gore, Elizebeth Warren, and Robert O’Rourke at fault for the deaths in El Paso? OBVIOUSLY I and others are not blaming them. But! Using the Left’s and the media’s [redundent] own logic, this should be the case. UNLESS, they are creating a narrative. However, “news sources” like the NEW YORK TIMES DOWNPLAYS the eco-fascist connections. One must note the shooters own words as well:

The Washington Post reported Sunday: “Authorities believe … [the shooter] wrote the document, though they are still gathering evidence.” It also noted that the author “stresses that he has maintained his white supremacist ideology for many years, predating President Trump and his 2016 campaign, which he says did not influence his reasons for carrying out the attack.”

CNN added: “The writer wrote that their opinions on immigration predate President Trump, and the writer appears to have held these beliefs for years.


Stu Burguiere fills in for Glenn Beck for the first half of this… the Pat Gray joins him at the 14:20-ish mark. I have a post on this issue here:

HUFFPOST — at least — acknowledges the eco-fascism of the El Paso shooter…

Titled “The Inconvenient Truth,” an allusion to Al Gore’s landmark climate change documentary, the ranting four-page document appeared on the extremist forum 8chan shortly before the shooting. Authorities have yet to confirm whether Patrick Crusius, the 21-year-old Dallas-area white man arrested in connection with the shooting that left at least 22 dead, is the author.

“The environment is getting worse by the year,” the manifesto reads. “Most of y’all are just too stubborn to change your lifestyle. So the next logical step is to decrease the number of people in America using resources. If we can get rid of enough people, then our way of life can become more sustainable.” 

CLIMATE CHANGE DISPATCH goes further with their excellent report:

The El Paso shooter is a product of years, if not decades, of environmentalist hysteria.

When a person carefully reads his manifesto, it is clear he’s nothing more than a version of the Unabomber Ted Kaczynski, the man who tried singlehandedly to stop technological advances by mailing explosive devices that killed three men and seriously injured several others.

The words from the El Paso shooter himself put the blame squarely on all that is allegedly doing harm to the environment because of the American way of life:

The American lifestyle affords our citizens an incredible quality of life. However, our lifestyle is destroying the environment of our country.

The decimation of the environment is creating a massive burden for future generations. My ideology has not changed for several years.

My opinions on automation, immigration, and the rest predate Trump and his campaign for president.

He also states in his online manifesto:

If we can get rid of enough people, then our way of life can become more sustainable.

If the left can blame Sarah Palin for the shooting of Gabby Giffords because Palin once used the term “putting a target on their backs” for political opponents, then why can’t the entire Democratic party and liberal ideology be blamed for so many years of criticizing industrial America for the El Paso shooters’ mass killing?

Furthermore, he has exposed a contradiction in left-wing Democratic ideology that is all for open borders and the massive influx of foreigners into the country, yet promotes the idea that people are doing irreparable harm to the environment.

This is a blatant discrepancy as wide as the Grand Canyon. How can you square this circle? The simple answer is, you can’t.


Over time, the liberal agenda is clearly growing more and more extremist, as manifested by the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates.

As their rhetoric grows more shrill with each passing year, it seems logical that people hearing their catastrophic and fatalistic messages would eventually turn to violence.