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Anti-Immigrant Voices: Page Report and Mass Shootings

anti-immigrant voices: He also browsed regularly for Muslims, mass murderer Dylann Roof, mass shootings, feminists, and a plethora of far-right conspiracists and pundits. ; Bissonnette's motives, clearly outlined during his confession and the 45-page report on the contents of his laptop, show a young man under the steady influence of far-right and anti-immigrant voices; a man clearly alarmed by Muslims, fearful of 'others,' and ultimately radicalized, according to National Observer. One day after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tweeted that he was ready to welcome immigrants fleeing persecution, terror and war, and two days after Trump ordered his anti-Muslim travel ban, Bissonnette went to the Quebec City mosque to commit a heinous crime. According to evidence presented in court on Monday, the 28-year-old, who gunned down six innocent men in prayer at a Quebec City mosque last year, was obsessed with Donald Trump and searched for the U.S. president online more than 800 times between Jan. 1 and Jan. 29, 2017, the day of the harrowing shooting. I was watching TV and learned that the Canadian government was going to take more refugees, you know, who couldn't go to the United States, and they were coming here, he told S ret du Qu bec Sergeant Steve Girard in an interrogation clip that played at his sentencing hearing on Friday. I don't want us to become like Europe. I saw that and lost my mind. ( As reported in the news.