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What Replacement Theory? The Right Wants Us To Shut Up About Buffalo Shooters Ideology

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The manifesto included a nearly word-for-word repeat of Fox News host Tucker Carlson's interpretation of the racist "Great Replacement" narrative, a far-right conspiracy theory that claims Democrats and/or Jews are trying to dilute the white American electorate by importing immigrants of color.

The TV-dinner heir and child of total privilege who claims to speak for the common man has long had an affinity for the most racist of conspiracy theories. Yet rather than reflect on the similarity between the ideological conspiracy theory they're pushing and the motivations of the Buffalo shooter, many conservatives are crying foul at the suggestion they might have some culpability for spreading hate.

Carlson is hardly alone. His allies and followers in the Republican Party have been parroting the "replacement" line for years. GOP rising star Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., one of the biggest proponents of the conspiracy, used it in a September 2021 campaign ad. Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., used the term directly in a tweet praising Carlson, and candidates such as Ohio Republican U.S. Senate nominee J.D. Vance have also embraced the language. Judd Legum has a good overview here.

But instead of rethinking how they talk about immigrants and people of color, conservatives have gone on the offensive, playing aggrieved to drown their critics in crocodile tears. Stefanik, in a statement, expressed her sympathies for the victims of the shooting — and then turned things over to senior advisor Alex DeGrasse for a doubling down on anti-immigrant sentiments.


We would shut up, but since any one of those victims lives is worth more than Tucker Carlsons or any of the complicit Republicans combined, we’re going to have to just say no.
 

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You guys should be the ones wanting people to shut up about it.
He was a self described eco-fascist, socialist and leftist authoritarian. Basically he was a Democrat.
Why do dems want to kill everyone?
 

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The manifesto included a nearly word-for-word repeat of Fox News host Tucker Carlson's interpretation of the racist "Great Replacement" narrative, a far-right conspiracy theory that claims Democrats and/or Jews are trying to dilute the white American electorate by importing immigrants of color.

The TV-dinner heir and child of total privilege who claims to speak for the common man has long had an affinity for the most racist of conspiracy theories. Yet rather than reflect on the similarity between the ideological conspiracy theory they're pushing and the motivations of the Buffalo shooter, many conservatives are crying foul at the suggestion they might have some culpability for spreading hate.

Carlson is hardly alone. His allies and followers in the Republican Party have been parroting the "replacement" line for years. GOP rising star Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., one of the biggest proponents of the conspiracy, used it in a September 2021 campaign ad. Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., used the term directly in a tweet praising Carlson, and candidates such as Ohio Republican U.S. Senate nominee J.D. Vance have also embraced the language. Judd Legum has a good overview here.

But instead of rethinking how they talk about immigrants and people of color, conservatives have gone on the offensive, playing aggrieved to drown their critics in crocodile tears. Stefanik, in a statement, expressed her sympathies for the victims of the shooting — and then turned things over to senior advisor Alex DeGrasse for a doubling down on anti-immigrant sentiments.


We would shut up, but since any one of those victims lives is worth more than Tucker Carlsons or any of the complicit Republicans combined, we’re going to have to just say no.
The orange cult is going to play its games. What they say is irrelevant.

All that matters to them is their Theocratic White Nationalist goals. They're having some success, no doubt about it.
 

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The orange cult is going to play its games. What they say is irrelevant.

All that matters to them is their Theocratic White Nationalist goals. They're having some success, no doubt about it.
TURN THE GASLIGHT UP TO 11!
 

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You guys should be the ones wanting people to shut up about it.
He was a self described eco-fascist, socialist and leftist authoritarian. Basically he was a Democrat.
Why do dems want to kill everyone?
Funny how the proglodytes always twist something bad coming from their well-known ideologies to cast blame on everyone else they can.
Like a bunch of monkeys at the zoo throwing shit at anyone who stops to look
 

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Soon as we start forcing diversity in every nook and cranny we can, boosting non whites into positions of power instead of people who earned it, soon as we started saying things like "I'll put a black woman on the supreme court", and started underlining everything bad a white guy does or is percieved to do while downplaying all the bad stuff minorities do you'll notice our country started going down the proverbial shitter.

Coincidence? No.

Forced and over diversity is weakneing us as a country and a society.
 

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The media is just as keen to keep this one alive for its usefulness as it was to bury the Waukesha parade murders into oblivion for its inconvenience.

Only people with intelligence ask the question as to why two very similar events are being treated so very differently.
 

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Blacks are being replaced....By Hispanics and the blacks own murderous instincts....The "funny" part is they are being replaced at the hands of the dems who want open borders, who condone their ever increasing murderous behavior toward other blacks, and who champion their unfettered ability to abort their children.

Oh and to add insult to injury US blacks are being replaced by Hatian and Skinny "refugees" that are even less intelligent (68 average IQ) than they are.

Hell the dems are doing a swimmingly good job at replacement, no right-leaning "help" required.
 

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The manifesto included a nearly word-for-word repeat of Fox News host Tucker Carlson's interpretation of the racist "Great Replacement" narrative, a far-right conspiracy theory that claims Democrats and/or Jews are trying to dilute the white American electorate by importing immigrants of color.

The TV-dinner heir and child of total privilege who claims to speak for the common man has long had an affinity for the most racist of conspiracy theories. Yet rather than reflect on the similarity between the ideological conspiracy theory they're pushing and the motivations of the Buffalo shooter, many conservatives are crying foul at the suggestion they might have some culpability for spreading hate.

Carlson is hardly alone. His allies and followers in the Republican Party have been parroting the "replacement" line for years. GOP rising star Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., one of the biggest proponents of the conspiracy, used it in a September 2021 campaign ad. Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., used the term directly in a tweet praising Carlson, and candidates such as Ohio Republican U.S. Senate nominee J.D. Vance have also embraced the language. Judd Legum has a good overview here.

But instead of rethinking how they talk about immigrants and people of color, conservatives have gone on the offensive, playing aggrieved to drown their critics in crocodile tears. Stefanik, in a statement, expressed her sympathies for the victims of the shooting — and then turned things over to senior advisor Alex DeGrasse for a doubling down on anti-immigrant sentiments.


We would shut up, but since any one of those victims lives is worth more than Tucker Carlsons or any of the complicit Republicans combined, we’re going to have to just say no.
The shooter had no ideology. He was literally a mental patient, many of his statements contradict each other.

Your attempt to vilify the entire right and blame them falls flat on its face. The Feds were tracking this loser, and failed to act. They are too busy watching parents at school board meetings.
 

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You guys should be the ones wanting people to shut up about it.
He was a self described eco-fascist, socialist and leftist authoritarian. Basically he was a Democrat.
Why do dems want to kill everyone?
The Democrats have become the party of Lee Oswald.
 

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The left is bluntly obvious and disingenuous but persistent. Now anyone who recognizes that illegal immigration is a real problem will be shouted down with "You're a Great Replacement-er!!" They'll keep that up until this slogan is worn down into banality like so many others before it. "Mega-MAGA" didn't catch on, so they have to keep churning out new ones.
 

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The replacement theory is a leftwing french theory
 

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The orange cult is going to play its games. What they say is irrelevant.

All that matters to them is their Theocratic White Nationalist goals. They're having some success, no doubt about it.
Some days you appear to be reasonable and lucid. This ain't one of them. Trump completely destroyed your brain.
 

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The manifesto included a nearly word-for-word repeat of Fox News host Tucker Carlson's interpretation of the racist "Great Replacement" narrative, a far-right conspiracy theory that claims Democrats and/or Jews are trying to dilute the white American electorate by importing immigrants of color.

The TV-dinner heir and child of total privilege who claims to speak for the common man has long had an affinity for the most racist of conspiracy theories. Yet rather than reflect on the similarity between the ideological conspiracy theory they're pushing and the motivations of the Buffalo shooter, many conservatives are crying foul at the suggestion they might have some culpability for spreading hate.

Carlson is hardly alone. His allies and followers in the Republican Party have been parroting the "replacement" line for years. GOP rising star Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., one of the biggest proponents of the conspiracy, used it in a September 2021 campaign ad. Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., used the term directly in a tweet praising Carlson, and candidates such as Ohio Republican U.S. Senate nominee J.D. Vance have also embraced the language. Judd Legum has a good overview here.

But instead of rethinking how they talk about immigrants and people of color, conservatives have gone on the offensive, playing aggrieved to drown their critics in crocodile tears. Stefanik, in a statement, expressed her sympathies for the victims of the shooting — and then turned things over to senior advisor Alex DeGrasse for a doubling down on anti-immigrant sentiments.


We would shut up, but since any one of those victims lives is worth more than Tucker Carlsons or any of the complicit Republicans combined, we’re going to have to just say no.
You dont want to debate white replacement

What you want is to bully conservatives into silence
 

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You guys should be the ones wanting people to shut up about it.
He was a self described eco-fascist, socialist and leftist authoritarian. Basically he was a Democrat.
Why do dems want to kill everyone?
Constantly repeating that bullshit doesn't make it true.
 

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