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I Read the El Paso Shooter’s Manifesto Out Loud, and I Was Shook

His feelings about race-mixing, in particular, really hit home for me

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DDays after the tragic El Paso shooting, rumors began to swirl about an alleged manifesto penned by the shooter and posted to a now-defunct 8chan chat board. Despite social media and other websites’ vain attempts to quickly remove it from…

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Zoe Zorka

Zoe Zorka

Mother of dragons, queen of the North, future Pulitzer recipient…or just “the girl with bangs and the Jeep.” @zoeshrugged on Twitter and Instagram

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