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Biden describes racist attack in Buffalo as ‘domestic terror’

US President Biden visited Buffalo to meet with the families of the victims of the attack. Biden described the racist attack in the city of Buffalo as “domestic terror” and said that “white racism” is a “poison” and will never prevail.

Biden and his wife Jill BidenBuffaloHe visited and met with the families of the victims of the attack. Speaking during his visit, Biden said, “Jill and I are here to support you and share your pain.” used the phrase.

Stressing that racism is against the values ​​of the USA, Biden said, “I promise you that hatred and evil will not prevail in the USA. The white racists will not have the last word.” said.

Emphasizing that hatred is being spread by some who define themselves as “patriots”, Biden said, “White racism is spreading through our bodies through poison and politics.” made its assessment.

Biden on the Buffalo attack: “What’s going on here is plain terror, domestic terror.” shared his opinion.

RACIAL ATTACK IN BUFFALO

In the gun attack on a supermarket in Buffalo on Saturday, May 14, 10 people were killed and 3 people were injured, and it was announced that the attacker was an 18-year-old white male named “Payton Gendron”.

Authorities stated that 11 of the 13 people targeted in the attack broadcast live on social media by the shooter, who came from outside the city, were black.

The aggressor Gendron, who was brought before the judge and did not accept the charges against him, will appear for the second time tomorrow.

On the other hand, the police announced that they are examining the manifesto that is thought to belong to the attacker and published on the internet.

According to US media, the 180-page manifesto, which is believed to have been written by the attacker, states that “political elites are using immigration and other policies to reduce the white population, and the aggressor’s plan to kill as many blacks as possible.”

In the manifesto, the aggressor describes himself as a “fascist, white supremacist and racist”.

In the attacker’s manifesto, it is stated that he started browsing the “4chan” website out of boredom during the Kovid-19 outbreak in 2020, and first encountered guns and then graphics advocating white supremacy on the site.

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