Tuesday, September 20, 2016

#Terror Strikes Again! But that #Skittles Comment . . .

by Kim D.

Yes, folks, we have officially entered the Twilight Zone. Ahmad Khan Rahami has been captured as the mastermind behind the terror attacks that rocked New York and New Jersey over this past weekend. He is believed to have constructed both the pressure cooker and pipe bombs. It was an "intentional" act, according to NY Mayor De Blasio, who quickly emphasized that it remains to be seen if it was actually terrorism. Wut? According to the Hillary Clinton camp, it's possible Rahami was "triggered" by Donald Trump.
(I know this logic is nuts, but bear with me - this is the progressive world in which we now live.)

While Rahami was creating havoc on the coast, Dahir Adan went on a stabbing spree in St. Cloud, Minnesota. CNN reports that Adan was in a "joyful" and "happy" mood when he went to the mall to buy the new Iphone 7. Somewhere along the way he was majorly triggered because his shopping event turned into the horrific stabbing of infidels:
According to police, he asked at least one person if they were Muslim and made references to Allah while carrying out the stabbings. 
While an ISIS-affiliated media outlet claimed the attacker was a "soldier" of the terror group, no evidence has emerged to suggest ISIS had a hand in planning or executing the attack. 
The liberal mindset will tell you that these attacks are the result of hateful rhetoric. These poor men have obviously been radicalized and have simply gone off the deep end during this election cycle. And it's all Donald Trump's racist, bigoted, and xenophobic fault.

In walks Donald Trump, Jr. and the tweet/meme that shook the Internet yesterday:
To more rational thinking people, this analogy makes sense. If we are allowing refugees into America, knowing that ISIS has made explicit claims that it wants to infiltrate this exodus with jihadis hell bent on spreading the caliphate to the West, then we logically can expect some of these refugees to be poisoned by radical Islamic ideology which can be deadly.

Bearing in mind that we've just witnessed terror attacks in three states, Jr.'s tweet simply reminds that perhaps we shouldn't admit people from a region of the world where such acts are commonplace. In other words, the poisonous Skittles are already here - should we take the chance of bringing in more? Cue the outrage:
Thankfully, not all of Twitter has gone off the deep end and called out the faux outrage and hypocrisy:
The moral of this story is, yes, the Twilight Zone is real and we have officially entered. Personally I think The Sweet Meteor of Death has it right:

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