George Zimmerman trends as media resurrects ‘white Hispanic’ narrative in wake of Texas mall shooting

It didn’t take long for the media to resurrect the rallying descriptor of “white Hispanic race” they made popular during the George Zimmerman case and trial, following Mauricio Garcia shooting and killing eight people at a mall in Allen, Texas on Saturday.

(Video Credit: CBS Texas)

Garcia, 33, now-deceased, was identified on Sunday and the media salivated over the possibility that he had Neo-Nazi ties and was a white supremacist despite no motive being released yet. Thus the rebranding of him as a “white Hispanic.”

“The gunman who opened fire on an outlet mall in a Dallas suburb Saturday, killing at least eight people, was a man in his early 30s who may have had white supremacist or neo-Nazi beliefs, people familiar with the investigation said Sunday,” according to The Washington Post.

“Authorities have not released a motive, but a patch on his chest said ‘RWDS,’ an acronym that stands for Right Wing Death Squad, according to people familiar with the investigation. The phrase is popular among right wing extremists, neo-Nazis and white supremacists, they said. In addition to the weapons found on his body, investigators found another five guns inside his car nearby, these people said,” the outlet ghoulishly continued.

“Federal agents have been reviewing social media accounts they believe Mauricio Garcia, 33, used and posts that expressed interest in white supremacist and neo-Nazi views, said the official, who could not discuss details of the investigation publicly and spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity,” the Associated Press also reported.

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Not only did the left latch dig up the phrase used on George Zimmerman, but they also referred to former Proud Boys leader Henry “Enrique” Tarrio, who was just recently convicted of seditious conspiracy. He was wearing a patch that was evidently similar to the one Garcia was wearing.

Last year, Axios trotted out what it saw as verification of facts that support accusations of “white Hispanic” racism.

“Experts tell Axios far-right extremism within the Latino community stems from three sources: Hispanic Americans who identify as white; the spread of online misinformation; and lingering anti-Black, antisemitic views among U.S. Latinos that are rarely openly discussed,” Axios reported.

Twitter users tore into mainstream media for, once again, trying to spew propaganda, bringing up the “white Hispanic” racism claim.

One user hit the nail on the head, stating, “So NBC News and other regime media are actually reporting that the Allen TX shooter, MAURICIO GARCIA, pictured below, is a neo-nazi white supremacist. The gaslighting has reached new heights.”

Another pointed to George Zimmerman, where this tactic was last used, “Remember when NBC News called George Zimmerman a white hispanic and spliced his 911 call to make it look like his emergency call was based on race?”

Yet another person pointed out the race games being played on the left.

One bluntly went after the media over transforming gangbanger murderers into white supremacists.

There were a ton of other comments that were skeptical and downright disgusted with the media over the assertion:

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