Contrary to what liberals think, it’s not impossible for Latinos or any minority to be racist or a Neo-Nazi. The Nazis had a wide base of support in the Muslim world, Africa and Latin America. That included Jose Vasconcelos, the ‘Mexican’ politician and thinker who created the term La Raza Cosmica, which gave us the La Raza movement and its accompanying nationalism, and who propagandized for Nazi Germany.
(The Nazis were not racist in the KKK sense, they hated what they considered mixed and inferior races, but they did not consider black people or Asians to be on that list, they did place Jews, gypsies and to some degree Slavic peoples there. But they also were not consistent except, like the Left, in saying whatever was convenient. Thus the Japanese became an Aryan people.)
It’s also possible that Mauricio Garcia was an enthusiast of the Third Reich, but his death toll certainly doesn’t point to any kind of clear racist agenda.
The dead include Daniela and Sofia Mendoza, an 11 and 8 year old girl, their mother was seriously wounded, but still alive.
It includes a Korean family, an Indian woman and a white security guard.
In woke parlance, the victims were very diverse, although none of the dead are black and Jews, an obvious target of a Neo-Nazi weren’t even an issue (that I know of) and it’s not as if the Allen mall would be an ideal target zone.
It’s still possible that Garcia was obsessed with Nazis in a cosplay kind of sense the way some school shooters, including the Columbine bunch, were. That’s not the same as an ideological Nazism. There are people who enjoy the Nazis as avatars of death. If the Garcia materials turn out to be true, that seems like it was his thing. He wasn’t admiring Mengele because he thought the Nazis had some good ideas, but because he wanted to kill a whole bunch of people, and the Nazis have become shorthand for evil, a kind of political satanism.
Maybe Garcia did have races he wanted to go after, but if so the list of the dead shows no pattern. And that’s something that the media ought to address… if it were at all honest.