Former US chairman accused of ‘enabling’ racism – RT World News

Liz Cheney and Allied Representative Adam Kinzinger condemn incumbent GOP leaders

In the wake of Saturday’s mass shootings in Buffalo, New York, widening the gap between supporters and critics of former US President Donald Trump and his brand’s popularity among Republicans, ousted chairman Liz Cheney launched a new volley on Monday. He blamed the current leadership “Enable” Racist ideology.

“The House GOP leadership has enabled white nationalism, white supremacy, and anti-Semitism.” He tweeted, adding that the GOP leadership must “Abandon and reject these views and those who hold them” Because “History has taught us that what begins with words ends worse.”

“The Great Replacement Theory” There was a trend on Twitter on Monday as users across the political spectrum debated whether conservative voices like Tucker Carlson and the Daily Wire could be blamed for inciting or persuading gunman 18-year-old Payton Gendron to resort to violence. A 180-page manifesto he allegedly wrote has come under intense media scrutiny following the genocide. The so-called outline of the document “The Great Replacement Theory” White demographic displacement, which is the focus of the Alt-Right discussion.

“Here’s my replacement theory,” Illinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger commented, saying his fellow Republicans should “Replacement” The current chairwoman, Alice Stefanik, a representative from New York, and others are the cause “The replacement theory that they are pushing / tolerating is killing people.” Kingsinger and Cheney are the only Republicans on the Jan. 6 committee.

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The supermarket genocide has been investigated as a hate crime

Stephanie’s office condemned it “Tragic and False Reporting” In a statement released Monday. Senior adviser Alex Degrass has called for an attempt to blame Stefanik for the Buffalo shooting. “A new disgusting low for the Left, their ally of Trump and the psychophantic stenographers in the media.” He claims to be Stephanie “Never advocated a racist position or made racist statements.”

The shootings took place in Buffalo, New York, on Saturday afternoon. A white gunman, 18-year-old Payton Gendron, entered a local supermarket with a rifle in military-style gear. He killed 10 people, most of whom were black. He has been charged with murder and could go to jail without parole if convicted under New York State law. Federal agencies are assisting in the investigation, which is being investigated as a potential hate crime and domestic terrorist incident.

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