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This has been a tragic week that is sure to have anti-gun liberal fanatics out in full force. First there was the horrific live stream murder on Facebook and yesterday a deputy sheriff in Oklahoma was gunned down in the line duty. Now we hear about a black American in Fresno who gunned down three people in Fresno, California. As he took aim and fired, he was shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ – Arabic for ‘God is great’.

Three people were killed after a man went on a shooting spree in downtown Fresno, California on Tuesday while shouting “God is great” in Arabic before he was tackled and taken into custody, police said.

Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer said officers took Kori Ali Muhammad, 39, into custody in connection to the shootings. Dyer said Muhammad went by the nickname “Black Jesus” and shouted “Allahu Akbar” as police tackled him to the ground.

Dyer said at a news conference Muhammad told police that he hates white people, and has made posts against white people and the government on his Facebook page. All of the victims of the shooting rampage on Tuesday were white men, according to police.

While in custody, the gunman told police that hates white people. So, was this a violent act of racial hatred or was it an act of Islamic terrorism or both? Had Hillary Clinton won the election, it would probably not be classified as either, no matter what evidence police had. Guess we’ll have to find out what will happen to Muhammad…

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