How to be accused of inspiring a mass murderer

This is not the first time I have been blamed for a mass murder.  That happened a few years ago on Rachel Maddow's show: her guest from the Southern Poverty Law Center said my writings documenting black violence wildly out of proportion actually caused a climate of hate, which led to the Boston Marathon bombing. For some reason, the FBI never showed up to question me.  Now it is happening again, this time with the psycho who killed at least eight people in a Pittsburgh synagogue.  Apparently, the psycho – a white supremacist and anti-Semite – said on social media that my videos "opened his eyes."  That was a few months ago. Over the last five years, in addition to writing two Amazon bestsellers and creating more than a thousand videos that garnered over 120 million views – many on YouTube, others on Facebook, Twitter, and minds.com – I know that my work on racial violence and delusion has touched a...(Read Full Post)
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