by Dave Hodges, The Common Sense Show:
An incredibly brave and highly skilled Texas traffic cop saved multiple lives Sunday night when he killed two heavily armed men bent on storming a building where Pam Geller’s “Draw the Prophet Muhammad” contest was taking place.
The unidentified police officer encountered the two suspects, believed to have driven some 1,100 miles from Phoenix to commit mass murder at the contest at a suburban Dallas venue.
The two fatally wounded ISIS-supporting terrorists shot assault rifles outside the building and wounded a security guard and bullets struck a police car. The ISIS supporters wore body armor and were very heavily armed.
The extremists sent out at least two tweets prior to the shootings, linked to radical Islam social media accounts, and they indicated that the attack was imminent. One tweet, which was sent at 6:35 p.m., only 15 minutes before the attack, used the hashtag #texasattack. “May Allah accept us as mujahideen.” Fortunately, these two terrorists were sent to the great Allah in the sky and their plans for mass murder were thwarted.
My advice to all is that if you are ever pulled over by a Texas traffic cop, keep your hands where he can see them and do exactly what you are told. This particular Texas traffic cop, armed with only a pistol, took down two ISIS terrorists, protected by body armor and carrying assault weapons. Don’t mess with Texas.
The First Serious ISIS Attack Has Occurred- More to Come
On April 28, 2015, I shared the contents of a letter that was written to me by an unidentified Texas Ranger, who warned me to not view the Walmart closings a pre-emptive move to establish FEMA camp processing centers. The Ranger warned me that his organization was bracing for a series of ISIS incursions and attacks on Texas soil. We have just witnessed the first ISIS attack and it certainly will not be the last, nor will it be the most violent.
In the Garland attack, the ISIS perpetrators were thwarted, but will America be so lucky the next time?
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