Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Ohio State University Marks 14th Terrorist Attack on America in the Last Eight Years

We had another Islam-inspired terrorist attack on American soil on Obama’s watch yesterday, this time at Ohio State University.

What are we up to now? Eight? Nine? 10? More?

I guess it depends on how you’re counting.

According to the New York Post back on June 16, right after the Islamic-inspired Orlando massacre, America had suffered under eight terrorist attacks under President Obama’s unwatchful eye, with the other seven listed here. But, the article was careful to note, it wasn’t “counting the underwear bomber, Times Square bomber, Fed Ex bombs and other near-misses.”

Personally, I’d count those. It wasn’t as if Obama or his team did anything to stop those terrorist attacks from meeting their full intended potential. Nobody died in those situations because of the random acts of God (the Christian one, not the Muslim one. Obviously).

So if we count those three, that means we’re up to 11. Minimum.

Moreover, June 16 was before Ahmad Khan Rahami’s dumpster bomb in New York City and his bomb that went off in Seaside Park, New Jersey, at a Marine Corps race.

Which takes us up to 13.

And now we have 14 with Ohio State, where Somalian-born, Islam-following student Abdul Razak Ali Artan first rammed into a group of fellow students with his car, then got out to start stabbing them with a butcher knife until he was shot by a police officer.

Eleven people were injured in the attack.

In case you’re too PC to ask, yes, Abdul Razak Ali Artan was Muslim. A devout one too, who was quoted in the school paper as saying:

“I wanted to pray in the open, but I was kind of scared with everything going on in the media. I’m a Muslim, it’s not what the media portrays me to be.”

Nope. Clearly. Not at all. A religion of peace if I ever saw one.

Just as surely as America is safer under President Obama.

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