"OMG! Hate-letter with white powder sent to mosque! Islamophobia!" Muslim man admits he mailed it, told to do so by Imam
Yeah, citizen, if you believe they Lying Media, Americans are on a rampage against the poor innocent muslims. Almost like a holy war or somethin'. Jihad, maybe? Except...it's bullshit. It's a hoax, carefully manufactured by the Lying Media to get people to support importing another 100,000 unvetted so-called "refugees"--90% of whom, oddly, instead of being widows and orphans, strangely turn out to be military-age males. Oh well...
The hoax is stoked by CAIR, and immediately picked up by the lying media. But what's this??
A Muslim man in Oklahoma admitted mailing a threatening letter filled with a scary "white powder" to a local mosque. And he says the Imam at the mosque told him to do it.
Well isn't that interesting.
Justin William Bouma, 32, was charged with sending the letter to the Islamic Society of Greater Oklahoma City on June 1.Now a question: Do you think this is the only fake "attack" on Muslims in the U.S? Turns out about one fake "Islamophobic" incident happens per week. You never hear about 'em because the NY Times doesn't think they're worth reporting. And you have to wonder: Why?
The imam at the mosque, 3815 N St. Clair Ave., contacted the FBI after opening it.
The powder was determined to be harmless.
Police reported that Bouma later admitted sending the “anthrax” letter to the mosque.
It's because admitting that Muslims are hoaxing the "Islamophobia" damages The Narrative: The Democrats want you to feel that Americans are mean, persecuting innocent U.S. Muslims, because that way you'll feel guilty--which will remove opposition to the emperor and Hillary continuing their policy of importing tens of thousands of unvetted Muslim "refugees" from mid-east countries.
The only outlets that ever report fake "Islamophobic attacks" are local papers and TV stations--which have no reader or viewers outside their local town.
So as far as the average American voter knows, none of it ever happened.
Funny how that works, huh.