Brian Mast: ‘United States Is Radical Islam’s New Battlefield’

The recent killing of five Marines in Chattanooga, Tennessee, by a 24-year-old radicalized Islamist named Muhammed Youssef Abdulazeez is just another episode in global Islamic terrorism.

President Obama and his administration refuse to name this and other attacks as domestic terrorism carried out by radical Islamists, but more and more Americans have started to realize that the United States has become the new battleground for these Islamists.

The FBI says it is not ruling out any motives for the attack and has opened a terrorism investigation, but not before the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Tennessee, Bill Killian, came out early to rightfully call the shooting in Tennessee as an “act of domestic terrorism.”

While many elected officials, including President Obama refuse to acknowledge the fact that radical Islam is waging war within the U.S., Congressional candidate and combat veteran Brian Mast, who lost both of his legs in an IED blast in Afghanistan fighting radical Islamists like Abdulazeez, became the first politico to break down the dirty truth about the escalation of Islamic terrorism in the United States.

Here is what Mast posted on his Facebook page:

Americans need to come to the realization and get past the point of speculating about whether or not Islamists groups like ISIS, who have called for attacks in the United States, will begin to wage war within our cities and towns.

The United States is radical Islam’s new battlefield.

Oddly enough, every single one of Mast’s Republican primary opponents, including his Democrat congressional opponent Melissa McKinlay, have not made any comment on any social media platform about the terrorist attack.

Not even a blurb of condolence.

Islamists around the world have taken to Twitter to praise Abdulazeez’s attack, posting tweets that read “The War Has Just Begun. More to come fellas,” and “We are in your homeland, payback time?” One tweet read, “Taste the blood of Americans …. Are very good.”


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