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The Syrian Muslim, Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, arrested in the murder of 10 whites on Tuesday at a grocery in Boulder, Colorado, posted anti-Trump sentiments on Facebook and was greatly concerned about “islamophobia.”

The mass murder suspect wrote that President Trump won the 2016 election because of “racism” and other anti-Trump sentiments. The latest on Alissa from and the Post Millenial’s Andy Ngo suggest that Alissa was a dangerous fanatic.

Facebook scrubbed his account after his name went public.


Immigrants Good

Alissa, his Facebook posts showed, was adamantly anti-Trump. “Alissa said he was not very political in a post in 2016 before the presidential election,” reported:

But at times he shared anti-Trump posts. In June 2019, he shared a post from PBS NewsHour about myths about immigration and the U.S. economy and added, “Why refugees and immigrants are good for America.” On May 1, 2019, he shared a YouTube video from an anti-abortion group and wrote, “Abortion is disgusting.”

In 2018, reported, he shared a story about recordings of Trump’s using racial slurs. “Even if they released the tapes his base would probably throw a party for him. He could do whatever he wants and his base would still support him regardless of what he says or does,” he wrote.

He also “shared a story about Trump’s approach to refugees and wrote, ‘Trumps such a d***.’”

The Daily Caller pulled a screenshot of another falsehood before Facebook removed his profile.

“He inherited a growing economy and the unemployment rate was low the economy was on an upward spiral he won because of racism,” Alissa wrote.

That ridiculous claim shared a story from The Intercept: “Time to Kill the Zombie Argument: Another Study Shows Trump Won Because of Racial Anxieties — Not Economic Distress”


Ngo shared screenshots of Alissa’s obsession with Islamophobia.

“The Muslims at the. #christchurch mosque were not the victims of a single shooter,” Alissa wrote on Facebook above a post from another Muslim Twitter. “They were the victims of the entire Islamophobia industry that vilified them.”

On May 7, 2019, he delivered an odd theological judgment. “So Mary wears a hijab and Jesus doesn’t eat pork and prays on his knees and hands, he wrote. “There both Muslims it’s obvious.”

That March, he purported to tell readers “what Islam is really all about,” Heavy reported. It included a list from Muslim Hub with such rules of etiquette as “do not be rude in speech,” “restrain anger,” “be good to others,” “do not be arrogant,” and “forgive others for their mistakes.”

“Muslims might not be perfect” he wrote in December 2108, “but Islam is.”

Aside from all that, Alissa didn’t have much luck with the ladies.

FBI Knew Him

As The New American reported early today, citing other news reports, the FBI knew who Al Issa was.

Media reports depict an angry young man with a hair-trigger temper and given to erupting in violent rage. In high school, he beat the tar out of a classmate who supposedly slighted him with a ethnic slur, and he threatened to kill his wrestling teammates after they lost a match.

His brother, of course, blamed the shooting on bullying. “The guy used to get bullied a lot in high school,” the brother told the online Daily Beast. “He was like an outgoing kid, but after he went to high school and got bullied a lot, he started becoming anti-social.”

After the shooting, leftists immediately blamed an imaginary white shooter. They didn’t say, as Ngo did, that all the victims were white.

“I was told a few days ago that the race of victims in shootings matter even if there is no evidence of race playing a role in the attack,” Ngo wrote over the 10 photos.

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