Democrats: Another Lone Wolf, Non-Radicalized, Non-Muslim Attack


May I ask a question? Why are Democrats even allowed to be on the Senate Intelligence Committee? They clearly have little intelligence.

Case in point: the top Democrat on the committee, Diane “Gun Control” Feinstein claims that the Muslim shooter in Chattanooga is a “classic case of a lone wolf terrorist attack.”

But then she said in 2014, ISIS “put out a call for people to kill military people, police officers, government officials, and do so on their own, not wait for direction. It could well be that this is that case. Here is somebody who had guns, who knew how to use them, who may have been aggrieved by one thing or another.”

Okay, I guess he’s a “lone wolf” in the sense that he didn’t appear to have coordinated the attack, but Democrats are notorious for attempting to persuade us that radical Islamists are no different from any crazy person like Dylann Roof or James Holmes.

But, as CNS News says, at least Feinstein is able to utter the word “terrorist,” which is more than can be said of Obama.

We’ve heard that this Abdulazeez had problems with drugs, alcohol, and depression, but thankfully the police cured him of that.

To help him with these problems his parents sent him to live with a relative in Jordan, because there are no radicals in the Middle East, I guess. “A seven-month trip to Jordan last year was an effort to ‘get him away from bad influence in the U.S.,’ not part of a path to radicalization, the family told agents.” How’d that work out?

So what else has been discovered about this lone wolf, non-radicalized, not Muslim terrorist? Well, thanks to the FBI, we know he purchased ammunition at a local Walmart. And there you have it. All lone wolf, non-radicalized, non-Muslim terrorists buy their ammo at Walmart. It’s a well-known fact.

We know he wrote in his diary about having suicidal thoughts, and everyone knows if one wishes to end his own life, he does so by first killing military personnel.

We know he rented a silver Mustang — well-known classic vehicle for lone wolf, non-Muslim shooters. He drove the car to a local Mosque, picked up a friend who was just hanging out there, and took him for an extended joyride. Another clear sign of a non-Muslim shooter.

If I had a nickel for every time I rented a Mustang and drove to a Mosque to pick someone up — I would have … no nickels.

And the FBI agrees with Feinstein as they claim, “the psychological profile of the disturbed young man does not explain why he chose to U.S. military targets, 7 miles apart, for his deadly mission.” Huh?

And there’s one more bit of proof that this was a classic lone wolf, non-radicalized, non-Muslim attack. In his diary he not only said that he had suicidal thoughts, but that he also had designs on “becoming a martyr.” And we all know that martyrdom has nothing to do with Islam.

Yet oddly, to her credit Feinstein has also stated, “I have said before we are either going to fight them there or we’re going to fight them here.”

So which is it? Was this guy just a lone wolf or a budding Islamist? Some would say, at this point, the guy is dead — what does it matter.

Listening to the FBI director, it matters a lot. This kid was radicalized, pure and simple — whether it was two months ago or 10 years ago. And these attacks are going to escalate because they are successful.

These “problem” kids are being identified and targeted by radical Imams at Mosques around the country as potential candidates for jihad. These may no longer be large coordinated events, but they’re certainly not James Holmes, Dylann Roof, lone wolf domestic attacks.

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