On his Twitter account, Dayton mass shooter Connor Betts praised the actions of a man named Willem Van Spronsen who attempted to firebomb an ICE facility while carrying an AR-15.
On Betts’ purported account, in which he identifies as “he/him / anime fan / metalhead / leftist / i’m going to hell and i’m not coming back“, he also described ICE detention facilities like the one Spronsen attacked as “concentration camps.”
Spronsen ultimately didn’t injure anyone in his martyr-style attack on the Tacoma, Washington immigration detention facility. He was shot by police after deploying a crude incendiary device against the building.
Betts, however, has proved far more lethal, carrying out a mass shooting Saturday night in which ten have died thus far. Betts, who was killed by law enforcement during the rampage, even killed his own sister.
Betts appears to have been a Satanist of some sorts, having been photographed wearing anti-religious patches that stated he was “against all gods.”
His Twitter feed reads as a consistent stream of leftist drudge, expressing hatred against conservatives and ICE personnel.
Betts’ specific motive for the Saturday night mass shooting appears unclear. He began opening fire with an AR-15 rifle with a hundred-round drum magazine after being denied entry to an area bar. Betts had been suspended from school after being caught compiling graphic lists of teachers and students he wished to brutally kill.
As of Sunday, law enforcement continues to investigate Betts and a potential motive for the Ohio mass shooting. Big League Politics will continue to monitor the situation.
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