Report: NYC Hatchet Suspect's Posts Talk About 'War' Against US

Report: NYC Hatchet Suspect's Posts Talk About 'War' Against US

Fox News Channel anchor Trace Gallagher read Facebook posts that a man suspected of attacking NYPD officers on Thursday had Facebook posts that referenced “guerilla warfare,” “war,” and attacking the United States’ “weak flanks” on Thursday.

The posts, which Gallagher said were provided to FNC senior correspondent Rick Levanthal by the police, read “America’s military is strong abroad, but they have never faced an internal mass revolt.  They are weaker at home. We are scattered and decentralized, we can use this as an advantage.  They are centralized and strong, which can be exploited as a weakness.  Think of a swarm of bees (negroes) that surround and attack an elephant (America) to death.”

Another post says “helicopters, big military will be useless on their own soil.  They will not be able to defeat our people if we use guerilla warfare.  Attack their weak flanks. If you get wounded, who cares? If you die, who cares? Eventually, they will surrender and then the war will be over.”

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