NYC Mayor, Council President Celebrate NYC Terrorist Bomber Going Free

Posted by on Jan 18, 2017 at 7:46 am
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Remember, these are the same people organizing the “resistance” to Donald Trump. To say they’re ecstatic over a terrorist monster going free is clearly an understatement. Let’s first remember what happened nearly 42 years ago today.

Thirty-five years ago this week, on January 24, 1975, a bomb blast ripped through the Fraunces Tavern annex, killing four people and injuring more than 50 others.

The bomb exploded at 1:25 p.m. — just in the middle of the lunch rush — destroying the entryway, windows, and interior staircase of the tavern’s 19th-century annex at 101 Broad Street (the building to the right in the photo above). While diners at the tavern’s main restaurant were shielded from the blast by the building’s thick walls, patrons upstairs at the Anglers’ Club of New York City were not so lucky.

That afternoon, police received a tip that the bomb had been the work of the F.A.L.N. (Fuerzas Armadas de Liberacion Nacional), a Puerto Rican nationalist group. Formed in the late 1960s, the F.A.L.N. had already claimed responsibility for two smaller operations, a series of bombs that had gone off in October 1969 (causing no injuries), and one in Harlem about a month before the Fraunces Tavern bombing that had injured a police officer, ultimately causing him to lose his eye.

The F.A.L.N. directed the police to a phone booth in the Financial District where they found a note explaining that the Fraunces Tavern bomb was a retaliation for “the CIA ordered bomb that murdered Angel Luis Chavonnier and Eddie Ramos, two innocent young workers who supoorted [sic] Puerto Rican independence” as well as the “maiming of ten innocent persons…in a Mayaguez, Puerto Rico dining place on Saturday the eleventh of January, 1975.”

Until its dissolution in the early 1980s, the F.A.L.N. would remain one of the most destructive terrorist groups in America. Throughout the rest of the decade numerous bombs were placed — mainly in New York and Chicago — causing millions of dollars in damages and a few injuries. The next fatality did not occur until August 1977, when Charles Steinberg was killed at the Mobil Building on 42nd Street. The F.A.L.N’s last bombing in New York was took place on December 31, 1982, when bombs were exploded at Federal Plaza, One Police Plaza, near Foley Square, and in Cadman Plaza, Brooklyn. Three NYPD officers were badly injured in the blasts.

These were savage killers, most of whom were freed by Bill Clinton when he was busy helping his wife buy a Senate seat in New York. One terrorist refused to admit any wrongdoing, but Barack Obama made sure to free him Tuesday anyway. And the left could not be happier that a murderer will walk free.


Today this same guy will be protesting the freely elected president:

“Hometown values” apparently included celebrating the release of a man who killed citizens of his own city.

Meanwhile, City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito can barely conceal her glee that a psychopathic murderer is free to kill again:



So obviously it’s party time! Meanwhile, the terrorist who helped launch Obama’s career couldn’t be happier.


Anyone want to argue these aren’t enemies of America now? Then here comes a celebutard from the Broadway show Hamilton to absolutely gush over the news:

Thanks, Obama!

Remmeber this next time the left whines about “Tea Party terrorists”:

2 Responses to “NYC Mayor, Council President Celebrate NYC Terrorist Bomber Going Free”

  1. Andrew B on 18/18/17 at 10:37 am

    I worked at Fraunces Tavern a number of years ago. One interesting tidbit–the management of the building made a decision not to restore some of the damage caused by the FALN bomb, but to let it remain as a reminder of the atrocity. In the downstairs dining room, below the site of the blast, there is a large mural of the City of New York. A long, jagged crack runs through the mural and, thus, through the depiction of NYC. Perhaps Mayor De Blasio might wish to visit and reflect on the deeper meaning of this.

  2. Piggly Truffs on 18/18/17 at 11:38 am

    Red Rat fellow traveler comrades always stick together.
    Any means justifies the end.
    Anyone who thinks these human piles of shit are going to accept legitimate elections with a peaceful transition of power and go quietly back to the safe space better wake up.