The mass shooter in Buffalo wrote the word "N-Word" on his gun and live-streamed his crimes.
We know that the Buffalo mass shooter was a white supremacist, and we also know some scary things about him.
We know a lot of scary things about the Buffalo mass shooter who has killed 10 people and hurt three others, but we don't know who he or she is yet. The crime happened right outside of a Tops supermarket in a mostly black neighborhood in Buffalo, New York.
The local police confirmed that it was an 18-year-old white man who did this, but they didn't say anything else. We had to look into it because the web was full of rumors about this shooter. On his Twitch account, the shooter put up a video of the full livestream, but watching it won't help anyone. It's a bad thing that shouldn't be talked about.
Why did this person shoot and kill so many people?
The mass shooter called himself a white supremacist and an anti-Semite in a manifesto that got out on the internet. He did what he did because of a theory that says a more diverse community is replacing the white race in America.
Many of the ideas in this manifesto come from Tucker Carlson of Fox News, who talks a lot about this so-called "white replacement theory." That's how much people with these extreme ideas about race can be influenced by this news anchor. Authorities have confirmed that the shooter is not from Buffalo and that all he wanted to do was kill people of color.
There's a short version of the horrible live stream he put on Twitch, where he drives up to the supermarket and starts shooting as soon as he gets out of the car. Aside from that, we can't show anything else from what he posted, which is clear.
Also, in the screenshots of his gun, the shooter had the N-word and some other words that couldn't be read. As soon as we find out more about who shot the people, we will let our readers know. At the moment, that's all we know for sure about this domestic terrorist. In the last few days, there have been more shootings. Just yesterday, there was another one in Milwaukee.