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Donald Trump was right.
The deceased suspect in the car-and-knife attack on Ohio State University in Columbus has been identified. The college-aged man of Somali descent injured 11 when he crashed his car into a group of people then attacked them with a butcher knife.
Officials identified the suspect as OSU student Abdul Razak Ali Artan. He was a legal permanent resident from Somalia, according to NBC News’ Tom Winter.
Authorities believe they have found Artan’s Facebook profile, where they say he posted a “declaration” that expressed grievances over attacks on Muslims, ABC News reported.
"Luckily there were so many people he couldn't focus on one target," student Jacob Bowers told ABC News. "I didn't see anyone get stabbed but I saw the police officer take down the stabber. He saved lives today."
He transferred from Columbus State at the beginning of this school year, he told the Ohio State Lantern in August.
“But, I don’t blame them,” Artan continued. “It’s the media that puts that picture in their heads so they’re going to have it and it, it’s going to make them feel uncomfortable. I was kind of scared right now. But I just did it. I relied on God. I went over to the corner and just prayed.”
Donald Trump was viciously attacked by the media for saying Somalis -- who are the community most prone to terrorism in the world -- are problematic.
Despite being proven right, Trump decided not to rub it in and took a measured response:
NBC News chose not to point out the fact Trump was right in their article on this Somali terror attack. Nonetheless, they did find time to interview the president of the "Somali Community Association of Ohio."
Obama, who took in 43,000 of these Somalis during his eight years in office, has still yet to comment on the attack.
Can you imagine if Hillary Clinton was our president now?
She'd be saying the attack has "nothing to do with Islam or terrorism."
Fortunately, our President-elect is Donald J. Trump. We need to immediately start the mass deportation of these people back to Somalia. Simply being Somali and having to live with your own people in Somalia is not enough grounds for claiming "refugee status."
As Trump said on the campaign trail, our people have "suffered enough."
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