As the Democratic Party and cultural left caterwaul about the NRA to distract from the fact a Muslim Democrat killed 50 gays Sunday morning, here’s a reminder who’s actually responsible for the carnage in Orlando.
The deadliest terrorist attack on U.S. soil since 9/11 followed a clarion call by ISIS to its supporters in the United States to launch attacks during Ramadan, the Islamic Holy Month, which started last week.
In an audio recording released on May 21, ISIS spokesman Abu Mohammed al Adnani called for “a month of hurt” in the United States as well as Europe.His message to ISIS sympathizers like Orlando shooter Omar Mateen: Stay home and kill anybody, anyhow, anywhere.
“The smallest action you do in the heart of their land is dearer to us than the largest action by us, and more effective and more damaging to them,” al Adnani said, according to a translation by the SITE Intelligence Group.
“And if one of you wishes and tries hard to reach the Islamic State, then one of us wishes to be in your place to hurt the Crusaders day and night without sleeping, and terrorize them so that the neighbor fears his neighbor.”It was the latest in a series of calls for attacks by Adnani, whose fatwas describing hitting the West as religious duty have motivated multiple plotters on both sides of the Atlantic to launch attacks.
Important facts: the Orlando shooter was an Islamic terrorist. He did not belong to the NRA, but he did belong to the Democratic Party.
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) June 13, 2016