Democracy Dies in Darkness
Buffalo shooting
A review of more than 600 pages of messages by The Washington Post found that Payton Gendron decided in February to target Buffalo’s Tops grocery store based on its local African American population.
The episode demonstrates how little has changed in the three years since a live-streamed rampage at mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, showed how mass shooters can harness leading social platforms to make their carnage go viral.
The alleged shooter knew nothing of East Buffalo, but the place he focused on — a Tops Friendly Markets store — was a people magnet.
Family members are grappling with a loss that was both sudden and incomprehensibly cruel.
Every election has a story. President Biden’s approval ratings are in the danger zone, putting the Democrats’ slender majorities in the House and Senate in jeopardy.
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