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FBI Confirms Motives Of Ft. Lauderdale Airport Attack— TRUMP Was RIGHT!

And MSM tried to spin it into something that it wasn’t!

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Esteban Santiago, the 26-year-old shooter who opened fire in Florida’s Ft. Lauderdale airport was yet another shooting where liberals could push for gun control even when the motive was obviously Islamic extremism.

What those who used this tragedy to push for gun control are neglecting is the fact that forty-four states allow the lawful carry of firearms in the common terminal and baggage claim areas of airports. Florida, meanwhile, makes its entire airports off limits even to concealed carry permit holders. The shooter targeted the airport for that reason in particular. Since 1950, all but two mass public shootings have occurred in so-called “gun free” zones.

Anyone who took a look at the shooter’s social media presence would’ve quickly realized his motives.

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And now, the FBI finally confirmed the motives. As The Federalist Papers reported:

On Tuesday afternoon, the FBI confirmed the motives of the recent shooting attack at Fort Lauderdale Airport in Florida. The assailant, Esteban Santiago, claimed to carry out the attack in the name of the Islamic State.

During Santiago’s bond hearing, FBI special agent Michael Ferlazzo confirmed that he did carry out the attack in the name of the Islamic State, according to CNN. At this point, it is not yet clear if he is linked with the terrorist group or if it was a lone-wolf, IS-inspired attack like dozens of others that have recently taken place (Nice, France, Berlin, Germany, Orlando, FL, etc.).

Despite the frequency of attacks like these, Barack Obama has claimed (quite hilariously) with pride that America hasn’t suffered any foreign terrorist attacks during his administration. Notice how he had to add the word “foreign” for that statement to be technically true. I seriously doubt the victims of the San Bernardino, Orlando Pulse nightclub, Fort Hood, Boston, and others really care about the distinction.

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BREAKING!!! BOMB Explodes Wounding Christmas Worshippers – 8 DEAD!

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Over the past several years, there has been an increase in terrorist attacks thanks to liberal policies not taking radical Islam seriously enough. In the left’s effort to appear enlightened and diverse these Muslim radicals have been able to infiltrate countries around the world and harm innocent people. Sadly, even though there have been strides in beating back these terrorists, they are not going away quietly and seem only to have ramped up their attacks on Christians.

Just early this morning two suicide bombers walked into a church in Pakistan and killed eight Christians, and of course, the left is silent.

You would think there would come a time when the left would just stop their rhetoric and admit that they were wrong about radical Islam. Though that would be logical, it will never happen since they have spent the better part of the last decade convincing millions of people that Islam is not the problem. However, despite their excuses for this violent religion they cannot explain away that there has been an increase in attacks against around the world.

The Christian church in Pakistan after it was attacked by suicide bombers.

It appears that every week, there is another attack by the “religion of peace” and in the latest one that occurred this morning just shows how much more work we have to do.

Here is more from Reuters:

 Two suicide bombers stormed a packed Christian church in southwestern Pakistan on Sunday, killing at least nine people and wounding up to 56, officials said, in the latest attack claimed by Islamic State in the country.

Police guards stationed at the church entrance and on its roof killed one of the bombers but the second attacker detonated his explosives-filled vest outside its prayer hall just after Sunday services began in Quetta, capital of Baluchistan province, said Sarfraz Bugti, the provincial home minister.

Baluchistan police chief Moazzam Jah said there were nearly 400 worshippers in the church for the pre-Christmas service. The death toll could have been much higher if the gunmen had forced their way into the sanctuary, he said.

Jah said the venue – Bethel Memorial Methodist Church – was on high alert as Christian places of worship are often targeted by Islamist extremists over the Christmas season.

“We killed one of them, and the other one exploded himself after police wounded him,” he said.

Islamic State claimed the attack, the group’s Amaq news agency said in an online statement, without providing any evidence for its claim.

Another police official, Abdur Razaq Cheema, said two other attackers escaped.

Broken wooden benches, shards of glass and musical instruments were scattered around a Christmas tree inside the prayer hall that was splashed with blood stains.

Kal Alaxander, 52, was at the church with his wife and two children when the attack happened.

“We were in services when we heard a big bang,” he told Reuters. “Then there was shooting. The prayer hall’s wooden door broke and fell on us … We hid the women and children under desks.”

Maryam George, 20, cried at a hospital where her younger sister Alizeh was fighting for life with two broken legs and multiple other wounds.

Pakistani Christians, who number around 2 million in a nation of more than 200 million people, have been the target of a series of attacks in recent years.

The church attack came a day after the third anniversary of a Pakistani Taliban attack on an army-run school that killed 134 children, one of the single deadliest attacks in the country’s history.

Pakistan’s army chief, General Qamar Javed Bajwa, condemned the attack.

“Quetta church attack targeting our brotherly Christian Pakistanis is an attempt to cloud Christmas celebrations,” he said. “We stay united and steadfast to respond against such heinous attempts.”

Last year’s Easter Day attack in a public park that killed more than 70 people in the eastern city of Lahore was claimed by a Taliban splinter group previously associated with Islamic State.

The United States strongly condemned “the shocking and brutal attack on innocent worshippers,” U.S. Ambassador to Pakistan David Hale said in a statement.

Too much innocent blood has been shed in the name of radical Islam, and it will only continue if liberal policies are still followed. Thankfully, there have been strides in weakening the Islamic caliphate around the world, but until they are eradicated will these attacks will persist, and more Christians will be murdered.

 

H/T [Fox News]

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BREAKING: SHOTS Just FIRED! – WWIII About To EXPLODE!!!

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It’s easy to forget that we are a nation at war. Our nation is very good at forgetting things that aren’t in front of us every day, and since the war we’ve been waging in the middle east has been going on for some 15 years, and it’s not in front of our faces every day, we like to pretend it’s not happening. The media is very little help because if it can’t be used as a political chip, they’re probably not going to report on it, and at the moment, conflict with Muslims and their allies isn’t very popular to the liberal cause.

However, the war hasn’t been fought in vain, since much has been accomplished during our time there. Terrorists have been wiped out, citizens have gotten at least some control of their countries back and terrorists the world over discovered what happens to those who take American lives. Unfortunately, the conflict overseas has caused other civilized countries to take sides, and not all with us.

The country of Syria is still very much in turmoil, in part, thanks to Russian forces showing up to help with the civil war. Of course, they’re siding with Syrian regime allies, as opposed to the Syrian Democratic Forces that the United States is partnering with in search of peace. According to the Air Force Times, just hours ago, those Russian forces were found crossing a no-fly zone breaching an agreement that could bring us to an even bigger war:

“Two U.S. F-22 Raptors intercepted and fired warning flares at two Russian Su-25s over the tightly congested air space in Syria along the Euphrates River on Wednesday.

The Russian fighters had crossed an agreed upon deconfliction line that runs parallel with the Euphrates River. The U.S. and its Syrian partner forces, known as the Syrian Democratic Forces, operate on the eastern side of the Euphrates, and it’s a region Russia and its Syrian regime allies are supposed to steer clear from.

‘On December 13, two Russian Su-25s flew into coordinated Coalition airspace on the east side of the Euphrates River near Abu Kamal, Syria, and were promptly intercepted by two F-22A Raptors providing air cover for partner ground forces conducting operations to defeat ISIS,’ said Lt. Col. Damien Pickart, a spokesman for U.S. Air Forces Central Command.

The F-22s conducted maneuvers and fired warning flares and chaff to convince the pair of Russian fighters to leave the deconflicted airspace, he said.

‘At one point, one Su-25 flew close enough to an F-22A that it had to aggressively maneuver to avoid a midair collision,’ Pickart said. ‘During the incident, a Russian Su-35 also flew across the river and was shadowed closely by one of the F-22As.’

The incident lasted nearly 40 minutes and the Russian aircraft eventually flew back to the west side of the river.”

While it might seem like this was just some sort of unfortunate accident, that is highly unlikely. For one thing, the state of the art technology that exists in the type of aircraft in question would without a  doubt warn the pilot as to where they are, and if it had been an accident, it wouldn’t have gone on for almost half an hour. Without so much as an excuse from Russia, it’s difficult to view this as anything but a passive-aggressive act, meant to taunt forces fighting for democracy in Syria.

Here are more details from our source about Russia’s inflammatory actions:

The U.S. used a special hotline designed to deconflict ground and air operations with Russian forces to convey their concern over the incident, Pahon said a spokesperson for the Pentagon said.

Despite the liberation of Raqqa in mid-October, operations along the Euphrates River and in Deir Ezzoir province continue as U.S.-backed fighters clear remnants of the Islamic State terror group from the region.

That region is still hotly contested and is also controversial because of the many lucrative oil wells that dot the landscape.

In late September, U.S.-backed Syrian fighters claimed Russian jets bombed one of their positions near a contested gas field, killing several of their forces.

The battle for control of southern Syria and the Middle Euphrates Valley has been contentious this year, and today’s provocations by Russian fighters and their allies are not the first such incident.

‘Since agreeing to this deconfliction arrangement, the Russians have flown into our airspace on the east side of the river six to eight times per day, or approximately 10 percent of the Russian and Syrian flights,’ Pickart said.

During the summer, U.S. warplanes down two Iranian Shahed 129 drones that threatened coalition and partner forces in Syria. And in June, a U.S. F/A-18 Super Hornet downed a Syrian Su-22 after it dropped bombs near U.S-backed fighters in Syria.

‘The Coalition’s greatest concern is that we could shoot down a Russian aircraft because its actions are seen as a threat to our air or ground forces,’ Pickart explained.

‘We are not here to fight the Russians and Syrians — our focus remains on defeating ISIS. That said, if anyone threatens Coalition or friendly partner forces in the air or on the ground, we will defend them,’ he added.”

[H/T: Air Force Times]

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BREAKING: He’s Been CHARGED! Will Spend 15 Years In Prison – This Is HUGE!

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Law and order is what separates us from the uncivilized. We have to have rules that people must abide by, and punishments if they don’t, otherwise our society would descend into anarchy. Might would make right, and basically, we would end up like most of the Middle East (hence, the reason people are fleeing as quickly as they can).

Another absolute imperative of a polite and orderly society is for the punishment to fit the crime. We can’t be cutting off the hands of beggars who steal an apple because they’re hungry, or slapping murderers on the wrist and sending them back out to kill again. There has to be some sort of sliding scale, and in this country, we have that. However, sometimes that line gets complicated, because of it hinges partially on motive.

One classic example is the difference in punishment between premeditated crimes and crimes of passion. If you’re caught up in the moment and you do something terrible, the punishment just isn’t going to be as bad as if you plotted and planned and basically turn out to be a psychopath who will do evil no matter what. But then the waters get even muddier when we talk about hate crimes. This is an area where those who perpetrate a crime against someone who has something about them that people love to hate will get a harsher punishment to try and curb groups being targeted.

This gets extremely complicated when it comes to religion, because unlike race, religion is something you choose, and while religion is protected in the United States, there’s one particular religion that many of us take exception to, and it’s the religion of Islam. Pamela Geller reports that one man who was particularly disenfranchised with Islam and what it’s doing to this country might be getting a bad rap. His crime was just that, a crime, and one that he should be punished for, but should he have federal charges leveled against him for breaking into a mosque and putting bacon inside? That’s the question at hand, and the answer starts with defining the difference between a crime and a “hate crime”:

“Crime: An illegal act against a victim.

Hate Crime: An illegal thought during a crime against a protected class of victim including religion.

Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer provided news and commentary about Michael Wolfe, sentenced to 15 years for alleged criminal mischief against, and alleged placement of bacon on the doorstep of, a mosque in Titusville, FL, on Jan. 2, 2016.

Wolfe is not a sympathetic character, considering his rap sheet. But 15 years? The Information has two charges:

Count I: Armed Burglary of a Structure with Hate Crime Enhancement (LF); and

Count II: Criminal Mischief to a Place of Worship with Hate Crime (F2).

Wow: Count I has a sentence up to life in prison. Burglary means a person who enters or remains in a dwelling, a structure or conveyance with the intent to commit an offense therein. Armed? A machete was allegedly used to break approximately $800 total for two surveillance cameras, the floodlights, and the window. But a hate crime – evidencing prejudice – reclassifies a felony, 1st degree, to life felony!

Wow again: Count II has a sentence up to 30 years in prison. Criminal Mischief means a person who willfully and maliciously injures or damages by any means any real or personal property belonging to another. The simple version is a misdemeanor, 1st degree, punishable up to a year in county jail. But a hate crime – upon a mosque – makes it a felony, 3rd degree. Add a habitual offender, and its reclassified as a felony, 2nd degree, punishable by a minimum of 15 years, and a maximum of 30 years in prison.

Who called the Federal Bureau of Investigation? An FBI agent was present during an interview of Wolfe. Could there have been an implied threat of federal charges?

No wonder Wolfe plea bargained for dismissal of Count I in exchange for guilty of Count II.

From the Court order’s date, Wolfe has 30 days to appeal the conviction and sentence. Consider this possibility: It could effectively be a death sentence. Wolfe likely will be placed in the general population of the prison. There may be Muslim inmates, who may act on a de facto fatwa and attempt to injure or murder Wolfe.

Wolfe’s case: ‘The intent is to really deter similar kinds of hate crime,’ Imam Muhammad Musri is quoted in a news article, Bacon used in Hate Crime,  written by Tess Sheets, a reporter for the Florida Today in Melbourne, FL.

So is there a wave of anti-Islamic sentiment in Florida?

There was a total of 18 offenses against all religions within the entire State of Florida for 2015. See the website of the Florida Attorney General, In Hate Crimes in Florida, under Table 5: Hate Crimes Comparison.

Within the entire Brevard County (2015): An unidentified religion had one offense of Destruction / Damage / Vandalism of Property, as reported by the Melbourne Police Dept.

Looks like the citizens of Florida are safe from a wave of hate crimes against religion.

But don’t tell that to the Southern Poverty Law Center (aka ‘fake news’), which is listed in the report’s Appendix 3: Sources of Additional Information.

All of the above, as public records, are attached as a PDF via this link.

The argument can be made that while Wolfe was completely out of line, his crime had at least an undertone of self-defense in a broad sense. We all know any one of us could be a target of a true Muslim believer, and many don’t like having that element around.

What do you think? Is this punishment too harsh for someone’s out of line retaliation against an Islamic house of worship?

[H/T: Pamela Geller]

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