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    No longer "breaking news," but it just happened so, here it is.

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    8 Killed by New York Motorist in 'Cowardly Act of Terror'


    A man in a rented pickup truck drove onto a busy bicycle path near the World Trade Center memorial and mowed down people Tuesday, killing at least eight and injuring several others in what the mayor called "a particularly cowardly act of terror."

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    http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/sho.../31/id/823232/

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    Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post
    No longer "breaking news," but it just happened so, here it is.

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    8 Killed by New York Motorist in 'Cowardly Act of Terror'


    A man in a rented pickup truck drove onto a busy bicycle path near the World Trade Center memorial and mowed down people Tuesday, killing at least eight and injuring several others in what the mayor called "a particularly cowardly act of terror."

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    http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/sho.../31/id/823232/
    And the gun control nuts will be demanding enhanced background checks, banning bump stocks, and suppressors, in the morning.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by OldmanDan View Post
      And the gun control nuts will be demanding enhanced background checks, banning bump stocks, and suppressors, in the morning.
      Among other things, it's impossible to predict what nuts are going to say or do next.

      We'll hear no mention of the root cause of this problem though.

      Until of course, enough important liberals are murdered by these random acts of love from our Islamic brethren.

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      • #4
        Well, I don't know president Trump. Some judge will declare it unconstitutional ....

        ... and you did say some pretty racist things when you were running for president, so... we're sorry, but we have to strike down any ban you might devise on anyone. Sorry, but that's our judgment.

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        Trump: Stepping Up 'Extreme Vetting' After NYC Attack

        President Donald Trump on Tuesday night tweeted that he has ordered the Department of Homeland Security to step up his administration's "Extreme Vetting Program" in the wake of Tuesday's terror attack by an immigrant from Uzbekistan.

        Trump has come under fire from the critics over his plan to restrict immigration from countries linked to Islamic terrorism.

        The suspect in Tuesday's deadly attack, 29-year-old Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov, who came to the United States in 2010, shouted "Allahu akbar!" Arabic for "Allah is the greatest!" and had a letter saying he was killing on behald if the Islamic State (ISIS), according to authorites.

        Trump came under fire in December 2015 when he said at a campaign rally he was "calling for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country's representatives can figure out what the hell is going on."

        That statement was cited as the reason a federal court struck down his temporary ban on immigration from people from seven predominantly Muslim countries early in his presidency.

        The administration is now using the "extreme vetting" model to keep out radical Islamists, which the president vowed to push even harder following Tuesday's attack that left eight people dead.


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        http://www.newsmax.com/Headline/extr.../31/id/823291/

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post

          Among other things, it's impossible to predict what nuts are going to say or do next.

          We'll hear no mention of the root cause of this problem though.

          Until of course, enough important liberals are murdered by these random acts of love from our Islamic brethren.
          It's not impossible, it's predictable.
          NYT Columnist Gets Torched For Pushing Gun Control Talking Points After NYC Terror Attack

          https://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattve...terro-n2403198

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          • #6
            Originally posted by OldmanDan View Post
            It's not impossible, it's predictable.
            NYT Columnist Gets Torched For Pushing Gun Control Talking Points After NYC Terror Attack

            https://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattve...terro-n2403198
            Only because their stupidity is predictable.

            In a world where everyone was rational, it would make no sense.

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            • #7
              If you use the irrationality of the left, they should be calling for banning cars and trucks, and put all of us on bikes. Be hard to kill people by running them over with a bike.

              So how many murders by truck or car will have to happen before the left calls to end them, to send them all to the junk yard, to recycle into bikes? And not the ones with engines either.

              Of course since the left loves their cars and what is a limo liberal without his limo, they would never try to ban or even control who got cars and trucks. But they hate guns, and the loud report scares them, so it is understandable why they want to get their grubby little uncalloused hands on our guns. Make no mistake about it folks, the left wants to control as much of your life as possible, but outside of sexuality and gender identification.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post

                Only because their stupidity is predictable.

                In a world where everyone was rational, it would make no sense.
                Once Donald Trump becomes president we won't have any more of incidents like in Las Vegas and NYC attack. When does he take office January?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by redrover View Post

                  Once Donald Trump becomes president we won't have any more of incidents like in Las Vegas and NYC attack. When does he take office January?
                  I don't know, sometime soon I've heard.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post

                    I don't know, sometime soon I've heard.
                    I see that Trump is thinking of sending the guy to Guantanamo. Maybe they can torture him until he confesses to the Brinks robbery. One can only hope or maybe Trump could put one of his nasty fingers into the guys wound and give him a nasty infection.He says the whole world needs to get tougher. Now he's going to rule the whole world. Perhaps he should get his poll numbers here in the US above 38 % before he takes on that job.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by redrover View Post
                      I see that Trump is thinking of sending the guy to Guantanamo. Maybe they can torture him until he confesses to the Brinks robbery. One can only hope or maybe Trump could put one of his nasty fingers into the guys wound and give him a nasty infection.He says the whole world needs to get tougher. Now he's going to rule the whole world. Perhaps he should get his poll numbers here in the US above 38 % before he takes on that job.
                      You really gotta give up on the fantasy LOL ... some scary business.

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                      • #12
                        Just another faithful Muslim following Allah. We're not surprised are we ? We shouldn't be !

                        One has to wonder when we'll tire of this newest, and completely unnecessary way to die.

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                        Time to suspend Islamic immigration?

                        America's immigration policy with regard to followers of Muhammad is foolish, nave, and exceedingly dangerous. This is not multiculturalism, this is insanity. It is cultural suicide, not cultural diversity.

                        Another Muslim, this time in New York, shouts "Allahu Akbar" and uses a truck to run down as many infidels as possible.

                        How many more times does this have to happen? How many more times do we have to play "whack-a-mole" with the people who want to kill us, before we wake up and smell the jihad? How long until we expand President Trump's travel ban to every Muslim country in the world?

                        The latest "Religion of Peace" mass murderer immigrated from Uzbekistan in 2010, which means quite simply that if a ban on Muslim immigration had been in place at the time, eight Americans would be alive today. Instead, each of their bodies is lying on a slab in a morgue.

                        Even worse, the perp entered on a "Diversity Visa," if you can believe it, which the GAO told us a decade ago was a sieve through which jihadists could easily insert themselves into the U.S.

                        European countries like Poland and Hungary have smartened up, banned Islamic immigration, and built fences to protect their borders. This is why you never hear about murderous Muslim attacks in those countries. You don't hear about jihadist attacks in the Czech Republic or in Japan, for the same reason: their immigration policies are such that very few Muslims live there.


                        [ Isn't that interesting ? No Islamic terror in those places that don't allow Muslims in.

                        Imagine that ???? Is it really so simple ? It IS. ]


                        In the wake of this latest terror slaughter, the president has vowed to step up "extreme vetting" to prevent future attacks. Well, the basic questions we must ask of any would-be immigrants are these: "Are you a follower of Muhammad and do you believe in Sharia law?" If we're not asking the questions and denying entry to anyone who says "Yes," then our vetting isn't nearly as stringent or extreme as it needs to be.

                        Of course it's true that the majority of Muslims do not intend to blow us up, run us over, or shoot us up. But no one has developed a jihadi Geiger counter to tell us which Muslims we have to worry about and which ones we don't. Until we figure that out, this means we must be careful with them all.

                        The media and New York officials like Mayor DiBlasio and Governor Cuomo can't get enough of calling this another "lone wolf" attack. But who cares about that? What difference does any of that make to the families of the eight victims? The victims are just as dead, and their families just as bereaved, as if a terrorist cell had done it.

                        And how can we call him a "lone wolf" if he's connected, even loosely, to ISIS in one way or another? He apparently left a note at the scene pledging his allegiance to ISIS.

                        Reports are that he was known to U.S. authorities and that the mosque he attended had been under surveillance since 2005. What good is any of that if authorities did nothing to stop him?


                        [ They certainly couldn't do anything. Wouldn't want to offend any Muslims, NO !! ]

                        ...the culprit here is not even ISIS it is Islam itself. Islam is, as I have said before, the Ebola virus of culture. Just as African countries, at the height of the Ebola outbreak, refused entry to anyone coming from a country where the virus had erupted, so we can and should block entry into America to anyone who is a carrier of this ideological virus.

                        Some will say this is mean. Well, it most definitely is not mean to Americans who won't have to experience the trauma of pulling the body of a loved one out from under a rental truck. Government's first responsibility is to protect the safety and security of the American people. It's time for government to do its job.

                        There are no constitutional barriers to a total suspension of Islamic immigration. There is no religious or constitutional right to immigrate to the United States. We have banned communists from immigration since 1952 because they adhere to a "totalitarian ideology." Well, so do Muslims. If our leaders are not talking about a total suspension of Islamic immigration, they're not serious about solving this problem.


                        [ and it won't get solved until some important liberals have some of their loved ones killed by an Isamic holy roller. Sad that only death can remove the scales from some people eyes ]

                        I, for one, am sick to death of all the hand-wringing, the "lone wolf" excuse-making, and all the bilge about Islam as a religion of peace. It most decidedly is not, and the sooner we wake up and actually start doing something about it the better.

                        https://www.onenewsnow.com/perspecti...ic-immigration

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                        • #13
                          Stopping islamic based murders, terror attacks is the easiest thing to minimize. Do not allow any more muslims in. And send any refugees back where they came from. But instead of protecting americans, congress would rather americans be killed so they can be politically correct, along with being basically inept with no testicles. They are supposed to provide protection for us, so we do not take law into our own hands. And they are refusing to do that. What good are these bastards anyways? And yet the people from the states keep sending these people back to DC. Something is badly wrong here. With the People. So I guess at the end of the day, americans who get killed by muslims, asked for it, and got it.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Blue Doggy View Post
                            Stopping islamic based murders, terror attacks is the easiest thing to minimize. Do not allow any more muslims in. And send any refugees back where they came from. But instead of protecting americans, congress would rather americans be killed so they can be politically correct, along with being basically inept with no testicles. They are supposed to provide protection for us, so we do not take law into our own hands. And they are refusing to do that. What good are these bastards anyways?
                            Like any criminal organization, they are good IF you know how to USE them. That means you have to be someone of wealth of course.

                            Originally posted by Blue Doggy View Post
                            And yet the people from the states keep sending these people back to DC. Something is badly wrong here. With the People. So I guess at the end of the day, americans who get killed by muslims, asked for it, and got it.
                            As long as Americans continue ascribing to the sick & deadly ideas of liberalism, sickness and unnatural deaths by violence & disease will be more regular in occurrence.

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                            • #15
                              On a good note.. maybe we WILL be able to limit, to a small degree, future murders from happening.

                              The U.S. Supreme Court dismissed the second and final challenge to President Donald Trumps executive order on refugees and migrants Tuesday, concluding that the expiration of a 120-day ban on refugee resettlement ended the controversy.

                              The dismissal ends a protracted round of litigating around the presidents order that was replaced in late September by a new round of travel sanctions against eight countries. Those sanctions have been challenging in separate litigation which is still ongoing.

                              .............

                              The order is a victory for the administration, which asked the justices to dismiss the cases in September. The vacatur of lower court rulings limiting the presidents authority is a similarly positive development for the president, who has struggled to defend his executive orders in federal courts.


                              http://dailycaller.com/2017/10/24/th...ontent=2150007

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