Despite What The Media Will Tell You, New Zealand Gunman Was Not A Conservative Or Trump Supporter

(Tea Party PAC) – The gunman accused of killing 49 Muslims at a mosque in New Zealand was, contrary to current media narratives, not a conservative, didn’t like Trump, and looked up to communist China.

In his manifesto, he had proclaimed to want “no part of” conservatism, describing himself instead as an “eco-fascist.”

When asked “Where/are you a conservative?” Brenton Tarrant, the alleged shooter, wrote, “No, conservatism is corporatism in disguise, “I want no part of it.”

“Conservatism is dead, thank god,” he also wrote, lamenting the fact that conservatives do not view things from the perspective of race.

Describing his ideological background, he explained: “When I was young I was a communist, then an anarchist and finally a libertarian before coming to be an eco-fascist.”

His ideal nation was not Trump’s America, but the PRC.

“The nation with the closest political and social values to my own is the People’s Republic of China,” wrote Tarrant.

Tarrant also claimed that he was both right wing and left wing, “Depending on the definition, sure.”

He also (uh oh!) distinctly disavowed President Trump’s policies and decisions when asked the question,“Were/are you a supporter of Donald Trump” to which he replied, “Dear god no.”

Tarrant was nothing like the MAGA conservatives who speak out in favor of strong border security, criticize radical Islam, and reject the left’s identity politics.

He was an identity politican, an alt-right racist who wanted nothing to do with mainstream liberals or conservatives. He was a radical nut, plain and simple.

He described mainstream conservatives as “milquetoast civic nationalist boomers.” Does that sound like someone whose ideas are the same as people like Candace Owens, who was blamed for inspiring the attack?