Thursday, July 30, 2015

Last week, the nation was stunned when a Muslim extremist barged onto a Chattanooga, Tennessee military base and opened fire. Four marines and one Navy man were killed.

In a truly sickening betrayal, Obama responded to the attack by offering Muslims an encouraging message about Ramadan. Despite the fact that ISIS has taken responsibility for the terrorist attack, Obama has yet to call them out for it.

This week, Chattanooga police have released a disturbing 12 minute video of the April 20 DUI arrest of Mohammad Abdulazeez, the man who carried out this vicious act of terror.

According to Conservative Tribune, the video opens with police searching Abdulazeez’s vehicle and commenting on the large number of pills inside it. When he was asked about the white powder around his nose, the terrorist confessed to crushing and snorting caffeine pills.

“Caffeine pills up your nose, man? C’mon,” the officer said. “That can’t be good for you.”

The police then questioned Abdulazeez about the marijuana smell in his car, to which he responded that he had not smoked any that night but had been around people who had. After failing a series of sobriety tests, he refused to take a blood test designed to see how much alcohol was in his system.

“I don’t feel that I should be taken in right now,” he told the officer. “I mean was my driving that — ”

“It was,” the cop answered. “It was. It was that bad.”

“Based off the way you performed off these evaluations, okay, it’s nothing against you,” the officer said. “It’s just, it is what it is, okay? It’s not good — the way you performed on these evaluations was very bad.”

Abdulazeez was particularly embarrassed about this DUI arrest, since drinking alcohol is a clear violation of Islamic law. Remembering what this man did months after this incident, the footage can only be described as chilling.

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