Not sure if you were directing all that at me or not, but the point was they are humanizing the shooter based on the shooters politics. The shooter agrees with them politically therefore the shooter is a human being unlike the other shooters who they disagree with.
The point is the hypocrisy of it all. I don't defend any shooters, but I do want society to figure out what pushes someone so far they do it. Because as I said something culturally has changed. It's not the guns as we've always had them, yet shootings have increased staggeringly especially targeting school children.
I believe I know what in the culture changed and some of it has to do with this particular shooter. But, I think everyone should be asking themselves this question.