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More Muslim Migrant Gunmen Arrested in Minnesota

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Late last week, I reported on the wild spike in refugee violence in refugee resettlement cities such as Rochester, Minnesota. Somali Muslim drive-by shootings are now the “new normal” in Rochester, Minnesota.

Rochester is a gateway city for refugee resettlement, and it is being systematically destroyed. Violent crime is at unprecedented levels. Daily reports of gunfights are not uncommon.

Minnesota was chosen as a designated site for settling Muslims. Minnesotans are a people who are — sadly — easy to manipulate through guilt and to push around through power.

Related: More Muslim ‘Refugees’ Arrested for Olive Garden Shootings in Minnesota

Recent incidents: Two Somali bringers of cultural diversity caught in shootout near Olive Garden. One or two more Muslims being sought.

Rochester migrant Arrested Following Threats Made at Area Businesses

Rochester shooting leaves 16 bullet holes in cars and apartment building

Muslim Home Invasions in Rochester, Minnesota.

Muslim migrants battle

Two arrested for weekend shooting on busy Rochester road

KIMT3, May 8, 2017:
Rochester, Minn. – A weekend shooting on a busy Rochester road has left two people behind bars.

Rochester police say a 36-year-old male was driving on N. Broadway around 12:54 p.m. Sunday when he noticed a black Chevy Impala rapidly approaching his vehicle.

According to police, two people leaned out of the car and began firing at the victim’s vehicle. A short time later, 26-year-old Abdulkadir Abukar and Kaiser Nur, 28, were arrested and charged with second-degree assault by drive-by shooting. Four shots were fired and the victim wasn’t hit.

The victim in this case said in the days leading up to the crime that he was getting information that three people were looking to harm him for his involvement in a prior criminal case.

Police say this is not related to the shooting last week in the Minnwest Bank parking lot, but they said the shooting in the bank parking lot is related to a home invasion that involved drugs.

Abdulkadir Abukar

Note the smirk.

Like the Westminter jihadi’s smirk:

 

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