The Islamic State is crowing on social media, laying claim to the mass murder in Roseburg, Oregon. Not surprising. Lining up Christians and shooting them in the head is one of their religious rituals.
There is much we do not know. We know Harper Mercer’s only male friend was a jihad sympathizer who praised “the brave Mujahideen heroes.” And said, “The Mujahideen freedom fighters of Palestine. My brothers and sisters keep on doing your thing. Allahu Akbar.”
“my brave soldiers keep on fighting for the liberation of Palestine against Israel. f*ck Israel. Kill the Jews. jews are the only infidels.”
“The Quran ….. holy book of muslims”
Law enforcement removed Chris Harper Mercer’s Facebook page. They always do that. The media is trying to make it about blood glory. It wasn’t Harper Mercer commented on a news story on a forum (he didn’t have a blog as has been widely misreported). He posted on a forum about random stuff, mundane topics like the death of Wes Craven, and that’s all that law enforcement authorities left up for people to see. What did they scrub? That’s the question.
We know Harper Mercer’s only male friend was a jihad sympathizer.
Obama knows. That’s why he jumped in front of the camera like some shrieking harpy to rail against the second amendment, the only protection we have from tyrants like him.
Heavy: A tweet sent out by an allegedly Islamic State affiliated Twitter account claimed responsibility for yesterday’s Umpqua College Shooting carried out in Roseburg, Oregon by Chris Harper Mercer. The tweet was sent out by @K_H_O00, but the account has since been suspended by Twitter for terrorist propaganda. A screen cap can be seen below:
The tweet screen cap lacks a time stamp but the phone screen cap states “4:07 p.m.” The tweet reads:
Again #Oregon #USA #WashingtonDC #IslamicState #ISIS #USA
A meme that states “Slay Americans” in front of a man being beheaded is also visible.
As of now there is no evidence that Mercer was influenced by the Islamic State in carrying out yesterday’s attack that killed nine people. However, witnesses said the gunman told the students in a classroom to stand up and state their religion before he began firing away, the News-Review, a local newspaper, reports.