The mall shooter who murdered several people in Texas on Saturday praised the transgender terrorist who killed Christians in Nashville.
In late March, Audrey Hale, a biological female claiming to be transgender, murdered three children and three adults at a Christian school.
On Saturday, 33-year-old Mauricio Garcia killed eight people at the Allen Premium Outlets, a Dallas-area mall in Texas.
Social media posts have now emerged that show Garcia praised transgender Hale for murdering Christians.
Garcia had a social media account on the Russian social media site Odnoklassniki.
The account, which was first reported on by The New York Times and later identified by researchers at another online publication, appears to have been created in 2020.
Reports suggest that Garcia appeared to have used the platform as a diary.
He apparently had no friends and received no engagement on any of his posts.
Garcia shared photographs of Latinos who had a Nazi-themed wedding in Mexico, writing: “My kind of people.”
He also shared photographs of a Mexican Nazi group that he also described as “My kind of people.”
The killer also shared a photograph of Josef Mengele, a doctor at the Auschwitz extermination camp who selected Jewish prisoners for execution in gas chambers and conducted scientific experiments on them.
The killer described Mengele as his “hero.”
In one of the last social media posts that he shared on the site, the killer glorified the transgender terrorist who murdered six people at the Covenant School in Nashville at the end of March.
He praised how many people the shooter was able to kill and remarked “this is like the greatest accomplishment of feminism ever.”
In the same post, Garcia seemed to attribute some blame for mass shootings to the media for the spectacle it creates behind mass killers like himself, writing:
The media f***ing proves it.
They will never miss an opportunity to cover the event and cater the coverage exactly for sick f***s like me.
Because the heart of the matter is: we all know it’s just a f***ing spectacle at this point, and the spectacle and the killer are far more interesting the the boring f***s who were killed.
In his final post, which was published on the day that he committed the atrocity, Garcia wrote that he was scared about being confronted by his family for his actions.
He states that he didn’t want them to ask him why he did not seek help from a psychologist.
He acknowledged that there was something seriously wrong with him in the post.
He also wrote in his final post that he had been “thinking of moving back to Mexico.”
According to the FBI, Garcia served in the U.S. Army but “was removed due to mental health concerns” in 2008.
Photos on his social media page showed that he traveled to the mall and took pictures of where he was going to commit the atrocity about 3 weeks prior to carrying it out.
He also searched on Google for what time of day the mall had the most people.
His social media page showed a strong interest in pornography, strip clubs, death metal bands, journaling his psychotic thoughts, and guns.
His posts also include photos of himself with any woman who was willing to take one with him.
In some of his writings, he became enraged when women did not pay attention to him.
Overall, he spoke of women in demeaning and derogatory ways, saying that he did not want a girlfriend.
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