It’s so refreshing to have an elected leader that says what needs to be said and doesn’t hold back. President-elect Donald Trump decried the Jihadist attack at Ohio State University where eleven were injured and the Somali refugee who rammed them with a car, then got out with a knife and began to slice and dice, is now dead. Obama wouldn’t even call the hero police officer that stopped this monster in his tracks and rightfully sent him straight to hell. But Trump does not suffer from Obama’s weakness and knows when to call out the enemy. He stated in a tweet that ISIS took credit, which Obama won’t even admit to, instead saying we should not blame all Muslims. Then Trump said the refugee should not have been here in the first place. Glory freaking hallelujah! Someone said it finally.
In one tweet, Donald Trump showed more leadership than Barack Obama has in eight years. How sad is that?
ISIS is taking credit for the terrible stabbing attack at Ohio State University by a Somali refugee who should not have been in our country.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 30, 2016
US Rep. Adam Schiff, a California Democrat who sits on the House Intelligence Committee, issued a statement Tuesday evening saying it appeared Artan had been radicalized online. Ya think? Or was it at the radical mosque near the university? Hmmm? Schiff stated, however, that there was no evidence yet that he was communicating with radical terror organizations overseas. Oh, give me a break… of course this asshat was communicating with them in one form or another. At the very least he got their magazine online and took their order to commit knife Jihad to heart.
President-elect Donald Trump weighed in on the Ohio State University attack in a tweet early Wednesday morning, claiming that the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) was “taking credit” for the attack. The tweet also claimed that the suspect, a Somali refugee, “should not have been in our country.”
The Monday attack left 11 injured and the suspect, identified by officials as Abdul Razak Ali Artan, dead. Artan was a legal permanent resident and student at the university. He and his family arrived in the U.S. as refugees from Somalia in 2014.
Reports surfaced Tuesday that ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack. 10TV reached out to investigators who confirm the terror network cell has referred to the suspect as a “brother,” but investigators say it’s common for groups like ISIS or Hamas to take credit for acts of indiscriminate violence. Investigators tell 10TV that the FBI will rely on a forensic examination of the suspect’s electronic devices to determine whether the attack was motivated by radical Islam.
Immediately after the atrocity occurred, President-elect Trump released a statement, “My thoughts and prayers are with all of the students and administration.” He also praised the “excellent job” of OSU’s first responders and emergency management team. I don’t know if he contacted the officer that was the hero of the day, but it would not surprise me. Trump has been calling families of fallen police officers all over the country. During his presidential campaign, Trump
made it very clear he didn’t approve of the policies allowing refugees from terrorist countries into the US unvetted. He compared them to a Trojan horse, which of course they are.
At long last it would appear that we have a leader that takes radical Islam seriously and is willing to fight it for real. Appointing Jeff Sessions as Attorney General was an excellent first step. Now the real battle begins.
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