Minnesota Governor Calls Mosque Bombing “act of terrorism”, “unthinkable, unforgivable” while Ignoring Murder of Justine Damond

HA! MORE LIKE A BROKEN WINDOW THAN A BOMB.

Minnesota governor Mark Dayton is a rich POS through family ownership of Target stores and Dayton’s department stores.

He has made over the years one politically correct defense of nonwhites after another. It’s not his first time being featured on this blog.

On Sunday, he actually visited the site of a minor explosion at a mosque that was probably designed to send a message to Muslims to lay off the demands for Sharia law.

Dayton’s statements were as bad or worse than anything Barack Obama ever said. Insofar as I am aware he has said absolutely nothing about justice for Justine Damond, murdered by a Muslim cop for no reason–a cop who has faced no real investigation or punishment so far.

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(Reuters) – Minnesota’s governor called the bombing of a mosque outside Minneapolis the previous day “an act of terrorism” during a visit to the site on Sunday.

Police in Bloomington, Minnesota, were called on Saturday at 5:05 a.m. local time about an explosion at the Dar Al Farooq mosque, after a bomb was thrown through the window of the imam’s office while worshipers were gathered for morning prayers. No one was injured.

Governor Mark Dayton, along with a delegation of public officials, visited the mosque on Sunday morning. He called on the community to unite against such attacks.

“What a terrible, dastardly, cowardly act was committed,” he said.

“It is a criminal act of terrorism,” added Dayton, who also described it as a hate crime that was “unthinkable, unforgivable.”

(Reuters) – Minnesota’s governor called the bombing of a mosque outside Minneapolis the previous day “an act of terrorism” during a visit to the site on Sunday.

Police in Bloomington, Minnesota, were called on Saturday at 5:05 a.m. local time about an explosion at the Dar Al Farooq mosque, after a bomb was thrown through the window of the imam’s office while worshipers were gathered for morning prayers. No one was injured.

Governor Mark Dayton, along with a delegation of public officials, visited the mosque on Sunday morning. He called on the community to unite against such attacks.

“What a terrible, dastardly, cowardly act was committed,” he said.

“It is a criminal act of terrorism,” added Dayton, who also described it as a hate crime that was “unthinkable, unforgivable.”

A small amount of property damage to a terrorist center operating on American soil is more important to faggot Dayton than is the life of an Australian woman, eh?

Unlike Dayton, who disapproves of this minor act of vandalism at a terrorist center, I approve. That doesn’t mean that I advocate vandalizing any building. Doing so would probably net you 30 years in prison if its a Minnesota mosque. But I am offering my congratulations to the anti-terrorist who caused the property damage.

And I’m offering once more a big FU to Mark Dayton. Sir, get off your ass and get some justice for Justine.

THEY CALL A BUSTED WINDOW A BOMB. F THE MEDIA AND DAYTON.

The Muslims probably did this sh*t themselves.

POS GOVERNOR MARK DAYTON.

3 thoughts on “Minnesota Governor Calls Mosque Bombing “act of terrorism”, “unthinkable, unforgivable” while Ignoring Murder of Justine Damond

  1. Keep it up Dayton you jerk. When yr pets turn on you,dont be surprised to discover that you bleed red just like the rest of us. Do you honestly think they will spare you? The Koran is in English too,read it you fool. The Muslims don’t have any respect for traitors,yes,you will die a most painful ,protracted death. The way things are going now,it’s certain that an explosive confrontation is coming. And people like you are a prime target for both sides of the battle….

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