On Monday, when a man drove his vehicle into a crowd of pedestrians on the campus of Ohio State University in Columbus and then used a butcher knife to attack more people, the world was enraged. People wanted answers; however, they would not get real answers from Gov. John Kasich.
The suspect, Abdul Razak Ali Artan, reportedly injured 11 people during his heinous attack and was shot dead by campus police. Artan was an OSU student of Somali descent, and while law enforcement officials stated they could not rule out terrorism as a motive, they didn’t specifically state that it was.
However, more evidence that this attack was terror-related began piling up, as investigators reportedly uncovered a Facebook message that Artan posted before the attack where he expressed anger at the way Muslims were being treated around the world.
According to Heavy, the Facebook post that was attributed to Artan read, “I am sick and tired of seeing (Muslims) killed & tortured EVERYWHERE.” It added, “I can’t take it anymore. America! Stop interfering with other countries, especially the Muslim Ummah (community). We are not weak. We are not weak, remember that.”
Yet, if you ask former GOP presidential hopeful Kasich … he can’t find a clear motive.
In a news conference regarding the incident, Kasich stated, “We may never totally find out why this person did what they did or why they snapped … we may never find out.”
Which caused Twitter to shoot back angrily at his refusal to admit there is at least a lead the investigation could look into as a source for a possible motive.
Compare that to President-elect Donald Trump’s response that he posted on Facebook, below, and it is clear that the right man won the Oval Office.
Kasich wanted to be president. Trump polished him off in the primaries and went on to victory.
Think the voters made the right choice?
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