Pensacola Jihadist Called America a “Nation of Evil”
The Saudi Muslim who waged jihad at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola reportedly posted a message on Twitter condemning the United States.
The shooting, which took place in a classroom building, left three people dead and eight others wounded, including two heroic sheriff’s deputies who dispatched the gunman to the hereafter.
The SITE Intelligence Group identified the Muslim terrorist as Mohammed al-Shamrani, an aviation student. They said he had posted a short manifesto on Twitter that read: “I’m against evil, and America as a whole has turned into a nation of evil.”
“I’m not against you for just being American, I don’t hate you because your freedoms, I hate you because every day you supporting, funding and committing crimes not only against Muslims but also humanity,” he wrote.
The New York Post reports six Saudi nationals were taken into custody for questioning at the military base. At least three Saudis were seen filming the entire shooting incident.
There are many questions left unanswered. How was the Muslim allowed to get a gun onto the military base? How did military officials miss the gunman’s jihadist leanings? And perhaps the most important question of all – why is the United States training Saudi nationals on American military bases?
Based on the reporting of The New York Times – that three other Muslims filmed the terrorist attack – every single Muslim on that base should be sent back to the Middle East.