Posted anti-Trump memes on social media


Suspected New York/New Jersey bombmaker Ahmad Khan Rahami was a Donald Trump hater who posted anti-Trump memes on social media, it has been revealed.

“The “supernatural”-loving student posted several anti-Donald Trump memes and videos about the plight of Syrian children living with military air strikes,” reports the New York Daily News.

It has also come to light that Rahami, who was arrested during a shootout with police yesterday, was a deadbeat dad who hated America and repeatedly derided western culture.

Rahami was originally picked up by police in 2014 after he tried to stab his own sister.

Rahami’s distaste for Trump will likely be seized upon by Hillary Clinton, who yesterday blamed Trump’s rhetoric for causing terror attacks.

Because we shouldn’t hurt the poor jihadists’ feelings and give them a justifiable reason to disprove that Islam is a “religion of peace,” should we now?

Meanwhile, the left appears to be more outraged over a skittles meme tweeted by Donald Trump Jr. than the Islamic terror attacks in New York and New Jersey.

Trump’s son posted an image of a bowl of Skittles below the words, “If I had a bowl of skittles and I told you just three would kill you. Would you take a handful? That’s our Syrian refugee problem.”

The reaction was vitriolic, with former Obama speech writer Jon Favreau implying that Trump Jr. hated bombed Syrian children.

His scorn didn’t extend to Hillary Clinton, whose support for military intervention in Syria led to the destruction of the country itself. For Favreau, Trump Jr.’s meme was the bigger outrage.

No matter how “offended” leftists pretend to be over the skittles meme, the fact is that 21% of Syrians support ISIS. If anything, the meme underplayed the problem.

If leftists got as upset about Islamic terrorism as they do Skittles memes, ISIS would be finished.


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Paul Joseph Watson is the editor at large of and Prison