And everybody in the Media jumped to say “It is not terrorism!”

You didn’t hear?

SCHAUMBURG, Ill. (WLS) — The driver of an SUV that barreled through Woodfield Mall causing chaos and panic, had done extensive research on the sprawling complex in the days leading up to the rampage, authorities said on Sunday.

Javier Garcia, 22, was charged with terrorism early Sunday morning after allegedly plowing his speeding vehicle through an unprotected Sears entryway and straight into the mall, Illinois largest shopping center. The incident occurred Friday afternoon, September 20.
The Palatine man’s motive is still not certain according to police, but new details of his alleged research portray what happened as a planned attack.

Investigators say they examined the history on Garcia’s cell phone and determined that he “searched Woodfield mall, the aerial view of the mall and mall premises 124 times between 9/19/19 at 14:38 – 9/20/19 at 12:55.”

Man charged with terrorism allegedly scouted Woodfield Mall before SUV attack

If walks like a duck, swims like a duck and emits sound like a duck but it is not politically correct, the Media will say it actually is an Espresso Machine.



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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

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  1. “A state terrorism charge is due to the scope of damage and style of incident. It doesn’t necessarily indicate a link to any domestic or foreign terror group. Investigators have said they didn’t find any jihadist connections in Garcia’s history and digital footprint, nor any ties to radical groups in the U.S.”

    The terrorism charge is the biggest they can hit him with, since thankfully he didn’t hurt or kill anyone. The only other things they can charge him with are lots of individual damage to property charges, and how many would be misdemeanors? Without the terrorism felony, likely he would serve only a short time.

    He needs to be locked away somewhere safe. By safe, I mean us the general public need to be safe from him.

      1. Sort of like the statement that no good guy with a gun has ever stopped a mass shooting. Because if the good guy stopped it before the magic number it isn’t a mass shooting. If they stop it after the magic number they didn’t stop it.

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