Wednesday, May 14, 2014
The Politically Correct narrative of the Boston Marathon bombing is sinking faster than Barack Obama’s poll numbers.
Remember Tamerlan Tsarnaev, aka Speedbump. The Boston Globe tearfully informed its moonbat readers that Speedbump was “a stay-at-home dad.”
When he died at the age of 25, Speedbump was a “person of interest” in seven murders in Massachusetts, so apparently the stay-at-home dad got out of his (Section 8) house every once in a while.
Now we find out that his 9 mm came from a “Maine gang,” two words I never thought I’d type in the same sentence. But then, Vacationland has become a diversity-celebrating magnet of late, welcoming all sorts of Somali immigrants who demand translators at their endless criminal trials.
Last winter, two Somalis went on trial in Lewiston for fraudulently taking federal housing assistance. They’d grabbed $58,000 in rental assistance when they owned the entire apartment building.
Now the Los Angeles Times is reporting that Speedbump had “ties to the illicit drug trade in Maine (that) helped finance his six month trip” back to the Third World hellhole from whence he came.
But … but … didn’t the Globe tell us in their War-and-Peace-length takeout on the Tsarnaev Crime Family that “money was always in short supply?”
Apparently not so much.
It was during his trip to the Muslim heartland, the L.A. Times reports, “where he became radicalized.”
But … but … didn’t the bow-tied bumkissers insist a couple of months ago that Speedbump was a “homegrown terrorist”?
Er, never mind.
Now it turns out that Speedbump picked up the gun he used in his final gun battle from one Biniam Tsegai, “an immigrant from Eritrea,” who has a five-page rap sheet, including conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine.
Another DREAMER, in other words.
Portland, which used to be a fairly peaceful (if inebriated) city, is now overrun with these bloodthirsty African gangs with names like True Somali Bloods. They were brought into this country and immediately put on welfare because they were escaping persecution from … other Muslims.
Remember, in the immediate aftermath of the marathon terror bombings, how obvious it was who had committed this genocidal attack.
Barack Obama, April 15, 2013: “We still do not know who did this, or why, and people shouldn’t jump to conclusions before we have all the facts.”
Deval Patrick, April 16, 2013: “There are times when all kinds of forces conspire to make people think of categories of people sometimes in uncharitable ways.”
Hey Barack and Deval, is it still too early for us to jump to conclusions and think of categories of people in undesirable ways? Even if they are your most loyal Democratic voters?