National radio host Buck Sexton called out the mainstream media Wednesday, saying the press was largely ignoring mounting evidence that the gunman behind the Toronto attack was likely inspired by ISIS.
“You’ve got people standing up at the shooting scene saying, ‘Love for all, Hatred for none.’ I disagree actually. I think hating jihadism and hating jihadists is a healthy exercise. We love all people as much as we can, but I will not love people who are trying to destroy humanity,” said Buck.
“This ‘hatred for none’ thing. That’s great to see. We really need reminders not to be hateful after people are being shot while trying to have some meal,” he added. “I have expertise, I know more about this than others do. They were initially saying maybe it wasn’t an actual terrorist.”
“What do we think is more likely? This guy is self-radicalized as we’ve seen so many others do? Or he just happened to be a completely crazy person that was doing a research project on ISIS for school and he was going to these websites,” Sexton said.
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