Thank Allah This Muslim Refugee Wasn’t Tea Party

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Jihad occurred on the Ohio State Campus Monday morning. An 18-year old Somali refugee, Abdul Razak Ali Artan decided to mow down as many students as possible.

It might surprise people to learn that Artan wasn’t a member of the Tea Party Community. We all know how vile those people can be.

What really is a surprise is Artan’s weapon?  He used a car to run over a curb, then into a group of helpless pedestrians. And if that wasn’t bad enough, he emerged from the car with a butcher knife. At this point he began slashing as many as nine people before being shot dead by a heroic police officer.

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Fortunately the only death reported is that of the perpetrator, Artan. The injured were taken to local hospitals, where eight people were treated for non-life threatening injuries. One victim remains in critical condition following the horrendous attack.

What’s Artan’s story?

Artan is a third-year Logistics Management student, who left Somalia in 2007 with his family. According to an NBC report,

“He lived in Pakistan and then came to the United States in 2014 as a legal permanent resident of the United States.”

No signs as to why Artan would commit such as atrocity. However the signs on Liberalism in America remain strong.

We got all the predictable signs of main stream media reporting that normally accompany an obvious jihadi attack. So hint one: the suspect was not named.

Then came the second clue, and words that have become synonymous with Islamic jihad attacks: the motive for the attack was unclear.

Finally, we get the piece de resistance: investigators will look into event to see if it might possibly be a terrorist attack.

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