Thanks to Facebook, it’s easy for anyone – including New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio – to ascertain a credible profile of the Chapel Hill shooter who killed three Muslim students. It’s also just as easy to formulate a basic profile of those students. Thanks to eye witness accounts of the shooter’s behavior, it’s also easy to determine the most likely motive.
Yet, de Blasio, whose purview is a city with more than enough problems for him to continue to ignore or exacerbate is 100’s of miles away, would rather throw bombs in Chapel Hill, whose business he has no business getting into. Yet, the insane, far left-wing mayor is choosing to rub raw the sores of discontent in the city several states to his south by lying and propagandizing about the motive of the shooter in order to push a left-wing agenda.
Here is a statement from de Blasio on the shootings, in which he implies that the innocent Muslim students were victims of a hate crime:
“I extend our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Yusor Mohammad Abu-Salha, Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha, and Deah Barakat – three university students who were gunned down in Chapel Hill, North Carolina this week – and I applaud the FBI for opening an investigation into whether this tragic, senseless act was motivated by hate or bias. Violence and intolerance directed against any faith community is an affront to humanity. New York City is home to large and vibrant Muslim communities who help make our city great, and anti-Muslim bigotry has no place in our city – or anywhere.”
Aside from the fact that the shooter appears to be a far left-wing, pro-homosexual marriage atheist (marriage and atheism can’t co-exist based on what Christians believe marriage to be), if the shootings did constitute hate crimes, the thing shooter Craig Hicks hated appears to have been people taking a parking spot he believed was rightfully his. As for the victims, all three were members of the Muslim Students Association (MSA), a group linked to the Muslim Brotherhood and one of the victims – Deah Barakat – clearly had a problem with Jews.
Nonetheless, de Blasio is sounding much like Missouri Governor Jay Nixon did when the latter called for a ‘vigorous prosecution’ of Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson before a grand jury had even been convened.
The ultimate irony in all of this is that lost on de Blasio is that he has far more in common ideologically with the shooter – based on ‘profiling’ – than those he would like to see fry for hate crimes.
After the shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-AZ), Paul Krugman of the New York Times leaped to the conclusion that Sarah Palin was somehow responsible. As it turned out, not only was the shooter Jared Loughner not motivated by politics but if he had an ideology at all, it was left-wing (he had Mein Kampf and the Communist manifesto listed as two of his favorite books). On top of that, Loughner’s YouTube page indicated that like Hicks, he too was atheist. Ultimately, the left backed away as the evidence came out.
In this case, de Blasio is pressing ahead despite the evidence.
Then, as Shoebat.com reported, Timothy McVeigh was an atheist / agnostic (distinction without a difference) whom the left (Bill Clinton started it) painted as a right-wing terrorist for years. The truth on that has only recently begun to put its pants on. Evidence of this is that the left has quietly moved away from referring to McVeigh as a Christian.
This is why anyone inclined to buy into the notion of religious equality and giving in to what is made to sound like a rational request, should take a much closer look. It’s about pushing Islamic superiority in the name of religious equality.