Popular YouTuber Responds After Mosque Shooter Drops His Name During Attack: ‘I Feel Absolutely Sickened’

Hannah Bleau

The gunman who murdered dozens upon dozens of people at a mosque in New Zealand had a bizarre manifesto online. In it, he mentions Donald Trump and Candace Owens, which is nuts. He said Trump was a “symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose,” and he said Candace influenced him, although some of her ideas were too “extreme” for him.

“YES, THE PERSON THAT HAS INFLUENCED ME ABOVE ALL WAS CANDACE OWENS. EACH TIME SHE SPOKE I WAS STUNNED BY HER INSIGHTS AND HER OWN VIEWS HELPED PUSH ME FURTHER AND FURTHER INTO THE BELIEF OF VIOLENCE OVER MEEKNESS. THOUGH I WILL HAVE TO DISAVOW SOME OF HER BELIEFS, THE EXTREME ACTIONS SHE CALLS FOR ME ARE TOO MUCH, EVEN FOR MY TASTES.”

What a load of BS. She believes black people can make it without the Democratic Party. What about that “influenced” him to murder dozens of innocent people? And name ONE of her ideas that are more “extreme” than MURDERING DOZENS OF INNOCENT PEOPLE AND LIVESTREAMING IT?

For crying out loud.

Word has it this monster also uttered the name of a YouTube star during his rampage: “PewDiePie.”

From The New York Post:

In his Facebook stream, Tarrant declared: “Remember, lads, subscribe to PewDiePie,” the Evening Standard reported.

The Swedish YouTuber, video gamer, comedian and commentator reacted in shock.

It has to be absolutely terrible to see your name involved in such a horrific tragedy that you had NOTHING to do with.

Division: That’s exactly what this evil gunman wanted.