BREAKING: Muslim’s Plan To Blow Up Florida Beachgoers Goes Horribly Wrong – Gets EPIC Karma Instead

The rhetoric that Muslims just want to assimilate into American culture and share the advantages of our freedom that the rest of us get to enjoy is continually proven wrong when sudden jihad syndrome inevitably sets in. The state of Florida is no stranger to such attacks after 49 club-goers lost their lives in the Orlando terrorist attack. Now the cancer of Islam spread south in the state to the Florida Keys, where beachgoers almost faced the same fate as those at Club Pulse, until karma intervened.

Illegal immigration and radical Islam go hand-in-hand which is why both need to be stopped was proven in Florida. Harlem Suarez wasn’t born Muslim or in America as his native language is Spanish and never learned English after coming to America and living in Florida. It seems his purpose wasn’t to assimilate but to annihilate Americans enjoying their afternoon on a Florida Keys beach. Thankfully, his plan went horribly wrong and the only person affected by his jihad was himself.

It’s not hard to radicalize those who come to America and feel that they are discriminated against, despite the heaps of handouts they get from the government. This is in part why President Donald Trump wants to crack down on illegal immigration and only allow those in who truly want to better their lives, proving their allegiance to the U.S. and not the Islamic State or any other terrorist organization. The 25-year-old Muslim convert recently chose the latter and as such, took the next step in committing an act of terrorism on behalf of ISIS.

Suarez bought everything he needed to enact his plan of an attack and be an Islamic badass when instead he got exactly what he deserved. His plan was simple and stupid and if Barack Obama was still in charge he may have gotten further with it since he insisted on not profiling anyone. However, when his ties to ISIS were discovered, along with his plans to blow up a local beach full of sunbathers, authorities rightfully wasted no time in setting him up to apprehend him. Suarez met up with FBI agents who he believed to be ISIS sympathizers and purchased a backpack bomb from them. He purchased it thinking it was active but was actually inert for public safety.

However, now things just got much worse for the wannabe jihadist after karma caught up to him now that Trump is in charge.

According to the Miami Herald, Suarez went before Federal Judge Jose Martinez in U.S. District Court on Tuesday to learn his fate. “The offense is such a serious offense that people need to know that you can’t do that,” Martinez said at the end of an hour-long sentencing hearing in which he handed him life behind bars. “He was talking the talk. He was walking the walk and was in possession of what he thought was a weapon of mass destruction.”

“After declaring Suarez ‘inept’ and not even a decent speaker of his native Spanish language, Martinez called the young man’s actions in buying what he thought was a bomb after amassing two handguns and an AR-15 rifle ‘just nutty’,” Creeping Sharia reported.

This is how all threats of terrorism should be handled and it’s about time we have a leader over our nation who supports this. Sympathizing with “misunderstood” jihadists and tip-toeing around terrorists as to not offend anyone has led to more attacks on Americans than ever before.

Amanda Shea is a political aficionado and curator of current events, who covers all issues of importance for conservatives. She brings attention and insight from what happens in the White House to the streets of American towns, because it all has an impact on our future, and the country left for our children. She writes with unfiltered truth, mixed with wit where it’s appropriate, and feels that journalism shouldn’t be censored.

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