It has come to light that the Dayton shooter had previously attended an Antifa protest. This was back in May, and it was a protest against the KKK. Antifa members came fully armed. The Dayton shooter attended with the same rifle he later used to kill nine people and wound dozens more. There were approximately 500 to 600 Antifa to oppose the nine KKK members.
The May 25 rally attracted about 500 to 600 counter-protesters who opposed the nine Klansman who came from Indiana and protested in Courthouse Square. The counter-protest group was fenced 0ff away from the Klansman and several people in the crowd were seen carrying firearms.
Betts wore a bandanna covering part of his face and sunglasses. He spoke briefly with a reporter in the crowd during the event. He carried a gun which appeared to be similar in style to the one used in Sunday’s shooting…
…The Dayton Daily News reported Monday that a friend of Betts told police the would-be Dayton shooter discussed mass shootings. But the friend, Will El-Fakir, told the newspaper Betts was “definitely not a right-leaning person. His political views definitely leaned to the left.”
The mass shooter in Dayton, Ohio was identified by police on Sunday.
The suspect, Connor Betts, was shot dead by police but not before he killed nine innocent people.
The shooter Connor Betts was pictured with satanic patches on his jacket in a previous photo — via Robby Starbuck.
The patch “against all gods” is a blackcraft cult product.
Here is what he tweeted on election night 2016.