Arizona state Senator Wendy Rogers (R) dislikes being called on her comments, because she has that Donald Trump trait of hypersensitivity. Now, the Arizona Senate decided to open up an investigation into her Buffalo Shooting comments.
She could only wait a mere few hours after the Buffalo, New York shooting to issue a warped statement. She hinted that the attack was simply a “false-flag operation,” according to The Phoenix New Times:
‘Fed boy summer has started in Buffalo.’
Rogers posted on two media tools, Gab and Telegram. Then, her postings hauled in “hundreds of likes.”
The 18-year-old man called himself a white supremacist and killed 10 people in mass murder. At this time, three others were shown as receiving hospital attention. He wrote and posted 180 pages to share with his followers.
Rogers posted this remark Saturday on Gab and Telegram favored by the right. Her posts gained hundreds of likes from Rogers’ supporters. Of course, there were those who disliked her statement. Even though people disliked her tweet, Rogers stood by her words:
‘We Americans who love this country are being replaced by people who do not love this country… [and] make Western civilization great again.’
Later she posted this tweet:
“Of course, I condemn the violence in Buffalo. Who doesn’t? I also condemn the #FakeNews and the government promoting violence and then blaming it on regular patriotic Americans as if regular Americans share those despicable views. Everything is not what it seems!’
Arizona State Senator Victoria Steele (D) favored the investigation. She favored one of the state senor’s tweet:
‘Spewing hate and furthering racist comments is not what we should be here for.’
One poster on Twitter pointed out that the call for an investigation was 24-3. Rogers was among the three. The poster ‘Jana Newland asked a simple but essential question:
‘They voted for an investigation 24-3 Wendy. You were part of the three. If you welcome an investigation, wouldn’t you have voted yay?’
Rogers issued a statement that read, according to Twitter:
‘Sadly, my comment was taken completely out of context and became a false narrative that’s now the focal point of a firestorm created by certain race-obsessed members of the media. Let me be very clear: I do not condone violent crime or racism. My heart breaks for those who lost their lives as well as for their families in this weekend’s shooting in Buffalo, New York. I pray justice is brought to the perpetrator.’
She posted the remark Saturday on Gab and Telegram, two social media sites popular on the political right. The posts gained hundreds of likes from Rogers’ supporters. One headline read:
‘Racist Republican Lawmaker Claims White Supremacist Buffalo Shooting Was False Flag.’
Last year, she was in front of an ethics committee. It appeared that she had put out more than one “anti-Semitic comment.”
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