America, you do not have a gun problem. You have a jihad problem.
You've probably heard by now that the shooting at Ohio State University Monday morning was not a shooting at all. Instead, it was a “car-and knife” attack perpetrated by a Somali refugee student by the name of Abdul Razak Ali Artan. But, of course, gun grabbing politicians and their presstitute allies never let facts get in the way.
Vice Presidential hopeful Senator Tim Kaine rushed to social media to condemn the "senseless act of gun violence.” And Kaine wasn’t alone.
Democrats like Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee also hurried to Twitter in an effort to make the non-gun attack about guns. Just like her friends in her party and the media, who appeared even more reckless in their haste. The alt-Left publication Vox covered the terrorist attack by a Somali refugee — who didn’t have a gun — by posting a video about “America’s gun problem”.
And, surprise, surprise — Vox was joined by a chorus of media elites who tried to make the non-gun terrorist attack about firearms even after they learned no gun was used. One wrote, “What’s happened at Ohio State is terrible. But 'mass stabber leaves eight people with non-life threatening injuries' is why gun control matters.”
So, I'm going to make this real simple for the gun-grabbers out there:
What saved students during the attack? That’s right. A gun.
A gun is what took the terrorist down.
Because, the truth is, gun free zones — like Ohio State University — are safe spaces for killers. Omar Mateen knew that at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, and Abdul Artan knew that in Ohio.
And, as both terrorist attacks proved: As soon as good guys with guns showed up, the terrorist went down.
So, here's a public service announcement for all the press and politicians involved in America’s most recent heat of mental gymnastics:
Stop talking about guns and start talking about jihad.
Do you really think it’s a coincidence that the Ohio knife terrorist attack occurred just two days after ISIS issued a video instructing wannabe terrorists on how to commit knife attacks?
Or, do you think it’s just by chance that Ohio’s terrorist knife-and-car attack happened just two weeks after Isis’ Rumiyah magazine advised their jihadi followers on vehicular attacks?
And yet, journos like Gersh Kuntzman think that sort of information is “useless”. No, Gersh—you know what’s useless? Fake journalists that work for fake news publications. What’s useless side-stepping the very real threat of Islamic terrorism because you’re more afraid of "Islamophobia."
Here’s a hint:
ISIS warned the West that they would be sending jihadis via migration to Europe and the US. And (on the heels of America’s latest attack perpetrated by a Muslim refugee) it’s pretty clear, Islamic terrorists are making good on their word.
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