"Dylann Roof grew up in a society that subtly upholds racist ideals, breeds toxic masculinity, and continues to debate whether guns kill people, or people kill people," she explains. Blay also implies that "gun culture" led to the attack.
|Roof burning an American flag|
Blay then wonders aloud why no one is admitting that Roof was racist, despite the fact that every news source who has reported the shooting called it exactly that.
In the end, "we" are responsible for Dylann Roof: "It must be acknowledged that there are more Dylann Roofs out there, and they exist because we let them."