A Fresno man accused of the murder of four white people claimed he wanted to “kill as many white men” as possible. He claimed “It starts taking its toll on you and you get fed up with the racism,” and “You get tired of letting things slide.”
The Root posted an article on Twitter earlier today, and the comment section was filled with individuals cheering on the alleged killer with messages of support and “understanding” We will post some of the worst examples below.
(Some of these comments will be deleted by Twitter once this story is popularized, and they will no longer show up as tweets, but will remain in their text form.)
They did the same to us man . Go on about your business
— Riah J Darling💋 (@xxryia) March 11, 2020
i don’t condone this behavior, i’m just saying i understand.
— lex•icon (@lexicon_ent) March 12, 2020
not condoning it, but i understand. free this man
— wash your hands, dirty (@ashanti_n_) March 11, 2020
You know what? Good for him
— Elizabeth Warren Fursona (@adulthumanfemal) March 11, 2020
Here him out first
— @NoLoveLostAtAll (@nolovelostatall) March 12, 2020
Not saying what he did was right… But I understand
— M U S E 🦋 (@j0_vintage) March 12, 2020
— Candy Apple Drip (@uglymakeupfan) March 12, 2020
Lineage therapy is a must. Free this innocent man. He has suffered at the hands of racism and lost it.
— 🌿🌴🐢Տօմϲօղѵօ🐢🌴🌿 (@SouConVo_) March 12, 2020
I’m not condoning violence at all but there needs to be more discussion & action taken regarding the stress & trauma Black people face/have faced. America never truly paid for their sins against African people.
— The Goddess🐝 (@BitesizeBiBi) March 11, 2020
I mean I get it.
— T R E A C H (@toooldfadisshit) March 12, 2020
The man had enough & he snapped. We tired of the bullshit. I don't feel bad at all
— Edmond Hunter (@IamDeandre__) March 12, 2020
Everyone has their limit, tbh.
— Got 'Remmied' (@ylatan06) March 12, 2020
What’s his go fund me
— Luanne Platter (@eyeveins) March 11, 2020
I would like to support this man
— FACTS (@squarebizzz650) March 12, 2020
Malcom X would be proud.
— 🎈cuzofdacorona (@AudsVisualsToo) March 11, 2020
So when we starting the petition to free him?
— im cisphobic (@babytrans_) March 12, 2020
I'm not saying he's right or wrong it's a conversation that's Amerikkka needs to have. Black trauma is real the daily racism we deal with. Amerikkka is a powder keg at this time
— Call me Porter (@JustPorter66) March 12, 2020
There’s been so many stories of white people killing innocent black peoples bc they were black therefore I understand
— SDC (@sofiiiaaa_ccc) March 12, 2020
FREE THAT INNOCENT MAN!!
— keshnenglewood 🇺🇸 (@keshnenglewood) March 11, 2020
Gotta do what you gotta do 🤷🏽♀️ pic.twitter.com/IRHICqBcMw
— BEAUTY MASTER (@RCHBSH) March 12, 2020
I mean, damn. Shiit. He made several good points, it was just that one idea he kinda went overboard with. He definitely needs a second chance.
— 🏁🇺🇸BigNon-Chalant🇺🇸🏁 (@FatherBlue6) March 12, 2020
I’m not saying I would murder anybody, but 100 percent understand as black man. I go through this stuff everyday and I work at a predominantly white institute.
— Ronald Penn (@_CoachPenn) March 12, 2020
— ドリュー・OG三 (@DrewOGsan) March 12, 2020
This is how I felt after watching "Black Panther" and "Django Unchained " back to back😩
— Doja Cat's Tampon (@gesy411) March 11, 2020
I’m not condoning it, but I understand.
— Guppy Jones (@guppstatus) March 11, 2020
Yeah: Being black in America.
— aaron lets the sun talk (@MisfitJets) March 12, 2020
gotta hear both sides.
— Lovesleezy (@Lovel1ght) March 11, 2020
He needs to be free..
— KingTaylor (@Taylor88King) March 12, 2020
If you have read this far, you are most likely asking yourself how people could come to believe that the racially motivated murder of 4 innocent white men could be justified? This is a direct result of the lying media and Hollywood glorification of black on white crime. This is a direct result of a runaway media who’s intentions are to incite racial hatred in America. The media, Hollywood and journalism needs to be abolished and those responsible for inciting this sort of crime should be tried in a court of law.
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