According to this article, ISIS is taking credit for the stabbing spree at Crossroads Mall in St. Cloud.
This morning, they issued this statement, saying “The executor of the stabbing attacks in Minnesota yesterday was a soldier of the Islamic State and carried out the operation in response to calls to target the citizens of countries belonging to the crusader coalition.”
ISIS wasn’t the only person issuing a statement Sunday morning. US Sen. Klobuchar issued a statement, saying in part “Everyone should feel safe in their community, whether they’re at school or a movie theater or a shopping mall. Last night that feeling of safety was greatly shaken when an assailant stabbed eight people at the Crossroads Center Mall in St. Cloud. I have visited the mall many times, and I can’t imagine the horror experienced by those visiting and working there. My heart goes out to the victims and all those who were there last night.”
Noticeably missing from Sen. Klobuchar’s statement was a call for knife control legislation. Noticeably missing, too, from Sen. Klobuchar’s statement was her admitting that she supported President Obama’s Iran deal, which transferred $150,000,000,000 to the biggest state sponsor of terrorism.
It’s fitting to care about those who were attacked at Crossroads Mall last night. I don’t have a problem with that. I just wish she was as passionate about stopping terrorists before they commit acts of terrorism. I’d appreciate it, too, if Sen. Klobuchar wasn’t intent on inviting more terrorists into Minnesota:
MONTAGNE: Now, in a letter to the president earlier this year, you joined 13 other senators and cited a number suggested for the U.S. by a major coalition of U.S. refugee groups, 65,000 Syrian refugees. That was their number. That would be a dramatic increase. Do you think that’s a realistic number?
KLOBUCHAR: Well, the U.S., since we sent the letter, has agreed to increase from the around 1,000 mark to 5 to 8,000. And Senator Durbin and I, who led the letter, see this as a positive sign and a good beginning. We’re talking about it over a period of time, the 65,000. And it is actually 50 percent of what the U.N. commission on refugees suggested that we take. That’s usually the ballpark of what our country does.
What type of idiot invites more potential terrorists into Minnesota? Sen. Klobuchar later said that “we have a very intense screening process for these Syrian refugees.”
I wrote here that “Nicholas Rasmussen, the head of the National Counterterrorism Center, admitted ‘the intelligence that we have of this particular conflict zone is not as rich as we would like it to be.’”
Now that ISIS has infiltrated Minnesota and the United States, it would probably be wise to shut down the refugee resettlement program for at least a year.
Authored By Let Freedom Ring Blog