Nothing Adds Up – Terrorist Killed in Texas Told His Family He Was Going to Find a Mexican Bride


Ummm – this story just doesn’t add up.  

On Saturday we first heard of Malik Faisal Akram who entered a Jewish Synagogue in the Dallas – Ft. Worth area and took hostages at gunpoint.  On Saturday night the hostages were released and Akram was dead.

At first, Biden and the media claimed they didn’t know the jihadi’s motive in entering the synagogue and taking hostages.  This was quickly rebuffed.

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Then the news came out that the FBI had saved the day and were responsible for the hostages being freed.  This too was debunked and found to be another lie.

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We also know that there are questions regarding why the FBI brought in specialists from out of state and launch a SWAT assault after all hostages were freed.

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Then we began hearing more about the jihadi hostage-taker from Blackburn, England.  His so-called friends claimed he was insane, but others were quick to note that this appears to be something that is nearly always said when a terrorist is involved in violence.

The Daily Mail reported a couple of days ago that it was reported that Akram flew to New York City.  Today the Daily Mail reports this as if it’s a fact.  However, to date, we have seen no evidence this is the case.   We also have no idea how this guy wasn’t tracked by US FBI or law enforcement since he was reported being tracked by MI5.

We also found out a couple of days ago that Akram stayed at a shelter in the Dallas – Ft. Worth area for a week or so before the attack.  This is particularly confusing since the man apparently had the funds to fly to the US in the first place.  How did he get past customs with his background and no funds to take care of himself?

Now today we find out that Akram told his family members that he wanted to find a Mexican bride, “Akram had told family members he wanted to get married and was going to go to Texas to find a Mexican bride.”  Why would he go to Texas to find a Mexican bride?

We really have no idea how Akram got to DFW, why he selected that synagogue, or why the FBI acted like they did after all hostages were freed.  What we do know is that his story just doesn’t add up.

What do you think?

Written by Newsman

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