After The El Paso Shooting, White Supremacists Promote The ‘Replacement’ Conspiracy That Motivated It – Angry White Men
Spencer insisted that the suspect murdered 22 people in cold blood because “we are losing” and that there is no political solution to his grievances. He added that he personally believes there is a political solution, but added fuel to the fire by saying “one can forgive someone for thinking that there isn’t.”
Spencer and the rest of his ilk have spent months if not years giving oxygen to the most violent voices in the modern white supremacist movement. Shortly after the 2017 “Unite the Right” rally in which a counterprotester was murdered, Spencer’s website published an article that endorsed so-called “leaderless resistance.”
Spencer himself has appeared on the program Goy Talk, which promotes the violent strategy known as “accelerationism.” Jim Goad has made two appearances on The Gas Station, another violent, accelerationist podcast whose hosts praise mass shooters as “saints” and compare non-whites to cockroaches.
By promoting the “great replacement” myth and sympathizing with the shooter, Spencer is assuring that violence is inevitable.