Muslim terrorists in New Mexico, Episode 56.

Brian Sebring, 44, of Tampa, Florida, was arrested for shooting Alex Stephens, 46, also of Tampa, in the thigh and buttocks after their online disagreement. The shooter is a registered democrat upset over internet memes. Is this the real meme war? It’s a good thing Brian is a bad shot.

On August 2, the Trump administration issued a proposed rule allowing the sale of short-term, limited-duration health insurance plans, also known as short-term plans. The new rule extends the renewal period for short-term plans up to a year, a change from the previous Obama-era policy of letting them last only up to three months. It also allows these plans to be extended for up to 36 months.

Smartmatic has serviced over 35 million voters in all the swing states. The chairman of Smartmatic is Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, who sits in the British House of Lords and is a member of the board of directors of George Soros’s Open Society Foundations. He was formerly the vice-chairman of Soros’s Investment Funds. He also has ties to the Clintons.

Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj went missing on December 1, 2017, abducted by his father, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj. The boy’s mother, Hakeemah Ramzi, went to the police. Siraj Ibn Wahhaj attributed his son’s disabilities to demonic beings and believed that only an Islamic exorcism would expel the demons. The body of disabled toddler Abdul-Ghani Wahhaj, who has been missing for nine months after being abducted by his father, Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, and brought to the compound with 11 other malnourished children. The day the remains were found would have been his fourth birthday. The boy might have been saved if the FBI had acted, instead of stalling until the New Mexico police finally went in on their own. Siraj Ibn Wahhaj just so happens to be Linda Sarsour’s “mentor’s” son.

Alex Jones gets kicked off the internet by FAGS. The frogs might be turning gay, and Sandy Hook should be called Shady Hook. This was not the first shot fired however. The internet registrars decided last year to remove the Daily Storm off the internet following the owner Andrew Anglin making comments about Heather Heyer dying from a heart attack instead of being “run down by a nazi”. By the way, Heather Heyer died of a heart attack and was not hit by James Fields when he drove through that crowd in Charlottesville. She was a fat smoker who’s father also died of a heart attack.