Facebook Scrubbs Account of Suspected Boulder Shooter as Media Narrative Implodes

Facebook Scrubbs Account of Suspected Boulder Shooter as Media Narrative Implodes

Swift deletion of profile raises questions

Earlier this week, 21-year-old Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa allegedly shot and killed 10 people, including a police officer at Boulder, Colorado, grocery store.

The left quickly assumed the shooter was a right-wing, white male.

Kamala Harris’s niece, Meena Harris, rushed to post an assumptive tweet following the tragic shooting at a grocery store in Boulder, calling the shooter a “violent white man.”

Liberal author Amy Siskind tweeted the shooter “was almost certainly a white man.”

But once the name of the shooter indicated he was not a “violent white man,” Facebook promptly deleted his profile.

Digital producer Blair Miller tweeted that Facebook announced that the company had “removed accounts for the identified suspect from Facebook and Instagram” pursuant to its “Dangerous Individuals and Organizations policy.”

The policy does not allow “individuals that … are engaged in violence to have a presence on Facebook,” and this includes individuals involved in “mass murder.”

Homicide is a mass murder “if it results in three or more deaths in one incident,” according to the policy.

But Alissa’s alleged actions fall justly within this category.

Facebook deleting Alissa’s account suggests it might have had other motives.

After law enforcement released Alissa’s name, screenshots from his Facebook page circulated on social media.

One of his posts showed he hated President Donald Trump, whom he called a “d***” and a “racist.”

Others reveal Alissa believed he was a victim of systemic racism and Islamophobia.

Also, questions have been raised as to whether the shooting was intended to target Jewish shoppers due to the supermarket recently advertising its Kosher-for-Passover food.

It seems Alissa shared many views held by liberal purveyors of anti-white, anti-Semitic, and anti-Trump hate.

Many of the left immediately began encouraging others to conceal Alissa’s name.

Democrat Ilhan Omar also complained about the focus on the shooter’s identity.

“So ‘he’s Muslim’ is trending, did I miss ‘he’s Christian’ trending for last week’s Atlanta mass murderer?” Omar tweeted.

The real reason for Facebook’s swift deletion of the alleged shooter’s profile remains to be known, but it does smack of a leftist’s agenda.

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