YouTube Shooter, Previously Identified As "White Woman", Turns Out To Be Iranian
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When a gunperson shot up YouTube Headquarters, where executives are have been talking about banning videos by normal Americans about normal guns, people first expected it to be a white male, because they always do, and blamed the NRA, because etc.

Then we learned that it was a woman, and unusually, that it was a white woman. Not unusually because white women commit almost no gun crime, but because the MSM/law  enforcement generally make you wait for the shooter's ethnicity. We also learned that she used a handgun, not an AR-15, in the same way that when an Iranian drives an SUV into a crowd—a real case—the headline says SUV, not Iranian.

That turns out to be very relevant, since shooter Nasim Aghdam is, in fact, an Iranian woman.

Here are some quotes from the ABC7 Story linked by Ann Coulter, above:

SOURCES: YouTube shooter identified as user Nasim Aghdam

by Tess Stevens

Updated 9 mins ago

ABC7 News sources confirm the YouTube shooter was a user of the platform. Nasim Aghdam has a website with an alleged manifesto that targets YouTube for censorship and demonetization of her video content.

According to her website, a possible motivation for the shooting could have been tied to her many YouTube accounts, which she says have seen a decline in viewership over the past few months.…

It appears that Aghdam was disgruntled by the changes in the YouTube platform. She wrote on her website, "Be aware! Dictatorship exists in all countries but with different tactics! They only care for personal and short-term profits and do anything to reach their goals even by fooling simple-minded people, hiding the truth, manipulating science and everything, putting public mental and physical health at risk, abusing non-human animals, polluting the environment, destroying family values, promoting materialism and sexual degeneration in the name of freedom and turning people into programmed robots!"

She goes on to quote Adolf Hitler saying, "Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it and eventually they will believe it."….

Aghdam's website shows screenshots of her "reduced" and "supressed" videos. She referred to a specific video that appeared to be an instructional video for a workout saying, "This video got age-restricted after new, close-minded YouTube employees got control of my farsi YouTube channel last year, 2016, and began filtering my videos to reduce views and suppress and discourage me from making my videos!"

Feb. 20, YouTube enacted a new advertising policy that demonetized channels with less than 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 hours of watch time. Though Aghdam's main English channel had more than 5,000 subscribers, many of her videos appeared to be demonetized. [More, archive link]

Obviously, this woman was some kind of mental case, but equally obviously, she was an Iranian mental case.
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