Yesterday, a cowardly recipient of America’s generosity, via a broken chain migration policy, walked through the busy subway terminal near the Port Authority Transit hub, where he planned to use a homemade bomb strapped to his body as a weapon to “terrorize as many people as possible.” The chain migration terrorist claims he chose the Port Authority site because the poor little radicalized Muslim who America welcomed with open arms, was triggered by the Christmas posters that hung in the hallways of the terminal. The chain migration terrorist, who was inspired by ISIS, failed miserably.

The media will show their true colors when they ignore the ease with which radical Muslims from hotbed terror nations have been allowed to enter the United States, and will instead, will focus on Ullah’s statement about wanting to punish President Trump for recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. The media will also ignore the fact that we wouldn’t even be having this conversation if Ullah was not allowed to enter the United States during Obama’s presidency. It was actually during Barack Hussein Obama’s second term in 2014, that Ullah began to explore ways to commit acts of terror against Americans, as a way to show his allegiance to the cowardly terror group, ISIS. (See paragraph “f.”)

Port Authority bomber Akayed Ullah wanted to send a message straight to the White House: “Trump you failed to protect your nation.”

Here is a screenshot of the complaint filed by Assistant United States Attorneys:

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That’s what the 27-year-old ISIS adherent wrote on his Facebook page while on his way to blow himself up at the bustling transit hub Monday morning, according to the federal complaint filed Tuesday.

He had also written in his passport: “O AMERICA, DIE IN YOUR RAGE.”

The Chain Migration Terrorist failed miserably in his effort to inflict maximum pain on innocent Americans…

The charges also reveal that the 27-year-old Bangeldesh-born cabbie’s online radicalization began in 2014, and he began researching how to build bombs a year ago — although he only constructed his crude explosive device at his Brooklyn home a week ago.

Ullah built the bomb for “maximum damage,” federal prosecutors charge — filling it with metal screws — and performed the bombing on a workday because “he believed that there would be more people.” –NYP


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