A plot uncovered by authorities has led detectives directly to Donald Trump’s failing presidential campaign. Three men were arrested after it was discovered that they planned to blow up a mosque in Garden City the day after the election. One of those men has now been confirmed to be a supporter of Republican nominee, Donald Trump.
According to KWCH in Wichita, Kansas:
“Three men were arrested on Friday for threatening to attack an apartment complex and mosque in Garden City.”
“Acting U.S. Attorney Tom Beall says Curtis Allen, 49, Gavin Wright, 51, and Patrick Stein were all charged with domestic terrorism. Beall said the three were planning to bomb an apartment complex and mosque in Garden City occupied by a Muslim community of about 120 Somali refugees.”
“Beall said the men planned to carry out the attack on Nov. 9, the day after Election Day. He said the men stockpiled a large cache of firearms, and ammunition. Beall said the men planned to park vehicles full of explosives at all four corners of the Garden City apartment complex. The men said they wanted to “wake people up.”
The Facebook page of one of those arrested, Curtis Allen, showcases various long-winded rants against Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton. Below is a tweet containing one of Allen’s posts in which he says he is voting for Trump:
— Casey Michel (@cjcmichel) October 14, 2016
It is not yet known if the other two men arrested are also Trump supporters, but it’s very likely the men bonded over the same insane ideals of Muslims taking over the country, and Hillary Clinton allowing them to do it.
One thing Donald Trump is not going to do is take responsibility for the actions that his words have fueled. Just like any time before, Trump will get away with “joking” about sexually assaulting women and children, banning Muslims, or building a wall to block Mexicans from entering the country. He knows how foolish his supporters are, and he banks on their stupidity to get him elected by speaking to their Jerry Springer mentality.
It’s time we put an end to this charade that could, quite possibly, end in the deaths of innocent people at the hands of imbeciles who allow themselves to be convinced by such a shallow soul and an obvious phony.