Fresno Black Nationalist Killer Wouldn't Shoot Latinos, Only Whites

This is what happens when a racist killer operates around a thoroughly racist worldview. Unfortunately it's a racist worldview which has been rewarded with TV and movie deals, a Genius Grant, national book awards and so much else.

Muhammad told officers "he was not going to go down for shooting a security guard for disrespecting him but that he was going to kill as many white males as possible," Dyer said.

Shortly before 11 a.m., he approached two men sitting in a Pacific Gas and Electric Co. truck on a tree-lined street in downtown Fresno. He told police he noticed the driver was Latino and the passenger was white so he shot four rounds into the passenger side. He killed Zackary Randalls, 34, a father of two preschoolers who had just started work as a customer-service representative for the utility and was doing a ride-along.

Muhammad shot at another white man who had just walked out of a house, but he missed. He fired one round into a car that drove by, but then realized the people in the car were Latina and stopped shooting.

Mark Gassett, 37, had just picked up groceries at a Catholic Charities building when Muhammad shot him in the chest, and fired twice more after he fell to make sure he was dead.

Gassett's ex-wife Lisa Gassett told The Fresno Bee that he had faced hard times but had been working to improve his life. The couple has two children.

Muhammad's worldview was thoroughly dominated by race. And this is a world that the left aggressively promotes. It's a worldview that reduces the value of human life entirely to race.