Huh … ya’ don’t say?
— CNN (@CNN) November 29, 2016
Oh CNN, you cheeky monkey you. Pretty sure we all knew the motive YESTERDAY when it became clear who this student was, what his thoughts were on Americans and gosh golly gee, that he was Muslim. And he felt that the media was making Americans hate him.
You really don’t know what the motive was?
— Chris Loesch (@ChrisLoesch) November 29, 2016
@CNN Hmmmm Let me guess??? Broke up with his GF and was pissed or Islamic Terrorism????
— ALL AMERICAN (@allamericancoll) November 29, 2016
It’s always someone else’s fault … surely Islamaphobia played a part in yesterday’s attack. He was so distressed that we might think he’s violent and dangerous that he decided to attack a bunch of people with his car and a knife thus PROVING he was violent and dangerous.
@CNN Come on, quit it with the jackassery
— Chris (@concretevol) November 29, 2016
Psh, that jackassery is their bread and butter, man.
CNN can't deal with the truth.
It was just another radical Islamic terrorist folks.
— Nipper Izus (@NipperIzus) November 29, 2016
Truth is tough when you’re a Leftist hack.
@CNN I can't seem to put my finger on what the motive would be ?
— John Matye (@jkmatye) November 29, 2016
Hrm. Maybe he got tired of standing in line for Black Friday? Cyber Monday didn’t work out for him? Hard to say.
@CNN Let me help. Google "Jihad."
— Rick Moore (@RickMoore) November 29, 2016