A somewhat less well-known survivor of the 2018 Parkland, Fla., high school shooting who has since become a leftist activist just labeled the United States a “white supremacist country” during an interview with ‘The Global Times’, a Chinese propaganda outlet.
“This is a white supremacist country,” Ryan Deitsch told the Global Times, which is owned and operated by the Chinese Communist Party. “Our constitution was written by slave owners and white supremacists. We continue to uphold these doctrines.”
“This is a white supremacist country. Our constitution was written by slave owners and white supremacists. We continue to uphold these doctrines.” @Ryan_Deitsch, a survivor of Parkland shooting massacre, told @WenwenWang1127 what he thought of the Buffalo attack in #ITalk show.”
"This is a white supremacist country. Our constitution was written by slave owners and white supremacists. We continue to uphold these doctrines." @Ryan_Deitsch, a survivor of Parkland shooting massacre, told @WenwenWang1127 what he thought of the Buffalo attack in #ITalk show. pic.twitter.com/qmv9aWpdTj
— Global Times (@globaltimesnews) May 18, 2022
After the shooting, Deitsch made numerous media appearances, including at least one conflict with Sen. Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) at a 2018 CNN town hall, and has since ended up being a left-wing activist. He states he was a delegate on the Democratic National Committee’s platform committee, selected by socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.). His LinkedIn profile states his role with the committee was concentrated on “clarifying language around sex worker protections.”
China for several years has actually been carrying out a genocide versus the ethnic muslim Uyghur minority. In December, Congress passed a bill sanctioning China for its human rights abuses and prohibiting imports from Xinjiang, where a large Uyghur population works and lives.
Democratic political leaders and left-wing experts have actually often implicated their challengers of “white supremacy.” In August, a Minnesota Democratic authorities commemorated the rioters who burned down the Minneapolis Police Department’s Third Precinct throughout the summertime of 2020, saying that “fetishizing decorum … is a hallmark of white supremacy.” Activists have likewise overwritten traditional educational curricula and abolished admissions tests as vestiges of “white supremacy.”
While Deitsch spoke about the Saturday shooting at a grocery store in Buffalo, in which an 18-year-old white nationalist shooter on Saturday shot and eliminated 10 black individuals, he did not discuss the different racially determined shooting that happened the next day. A shooter on Sunday soared a California church filled with Taiwanese congregants. The regional constable’s workplace reported the shooter was a Chinese immigrant inspired by his hate for the Taiwanese.