Connor Betts

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Connor Betts was the Dayton, Ohio shooter who killed 9 people before he was shot and killed by Dayton police (see Dayton nightclub shooting).[1]

He was an atheist (See: List of atheist shooters and serial killers and Atheist mass shooters).[2]

On his Twitter profile which was subsequently deleted by Twitter (in an apparent attempt to cover for him) after multiple conservative accounts and the website Heavy.com took notice of the profile,[3] Connor Betts described himself as a leftist and a Democrat and Antifa supporter as well as a fan of heavy metal music, anime, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.[3] [4]

Former classmates indicate Betts kept a 'hit list' and a 'rape list' (see also: Atheism and rape).[5]

The Washington Times said about the atheist mass shooter Connor Betts: "The Ohio gunman described himself on social media as a pro-Satanleftist" who wanted Joe Biden’s generation to die off, hated President Trump and law enforcement, and hoped to vote for Sen. Elizabeth Warren for president.[6] The tenor of Betts' rhetoric only became more virulent over time; in 2018 he urged his fellow Antifa members to "Kill every fascist," and in June 2019 he tweeted, "I want socialism, and I'll not wait for the idiots to finally come round understanding." On these grounds, Betts could be called the first Antifa mass-murderer.[7] See also: Atheism and satanic deception

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  1. The victims of the Dayton mass shooting, including the gunman's sister, two young mothers and a college graduate student, Daily Mail
  2. Paso, Dayton shootings appear motivated by opposite sides of political spectrum, Christian Post, 2019
  3. 3.0 3.1 Connor Betts: Twitter Posts on Being a Leftist, Guns (Warning: Contains tweets with foul language)
  4. Former Classmates Say Ohio Shooter Kept a 'Hit List' and a 'Rape List', Time magazine, 2019
  5. Morton, Victor (August 4, 2019). Ohio gunman described himself as pro-Satan 'leftist' who supported Elizabeth Warren. The Washington Times. Retrieved August 5, 2019.
  6. Ngo, Andy (August 6, 2019). Dayton shooter Connor Betts may be antifa's first mass killer. New York Post. Retrieved August 7, 2019.