President elect said they were a “disaster” for U.S. cities just three weeks before Ohio State University attack
In the aftermath of Somali “refugee” Abdul Razak Ali Artan’s knife rampage at Ohio State University, Donald Trump’s warning that Somali migrants are a “disaster” for American cities has been proven accurate once again.
Just three weeks ago, Trump cautioned that Somali migrants in states such as Minnesota were refusing to integrate and that a portion of them posed a terror threat.
“Some of them [are] joining Isis and spreading their extremist views all over our country and all over the world,” said Trump, telling residents of the state that they were flooding in “without your support or approval”.
Under President Obama, 43,000 Somali refugees have been settled in the U.S., with no adequate way to check their backgrounds as they enter the country.
In the case of Abdul Razak Ali Artan, he is believed to have made a Facebook post before the attack citing America’s interference in the “Muslim Ummah”.
Artan was also featured in an article for the Lantern complaining about Islamophobia and alleged mistreatment of Muslims.