Could ISIS Return Under Biden? Alarming New Info!

During a shooting spree at a Colorado grocery store, ten innocent people were shot dead, including a police officer.

As you might expect, the media jumped on the story right away, hoping to use it to bolster their current anti-gun and “white domestic terrorist” narratives.

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However, the story has taken a sharp turn, and I believe it will soon vanish from the front pages.

After months of waiting for police to identify the shooter, his name has finally been revealed, raising a slew of new questions.

Ahmad Alissa has been named as the gunman.

Denver’s CBS affiliate

Ahmad Al-Issa, 21, of Arvada, has been named as the suspect in the mass shooting at a Boulder grocery store on Monday. At the King Soopers store on Table Mesa Drive and South Broadway, ten people were killed, including one police officer.

Al-Issa was arrested after being shot in the leg by a Boulder police officer. He’s in the hospital, and his condition is said to be stable.

Ten counts of murder have been filed against Al-Issa. At this time, there is no information about a possible motive.

According to OANN reporter Jack Posobiec, Joe Biden has been briefed that the gunman has “sympathies” with the terror group ISIS – the same terror group that President Trump declared defeated.

“BREAKING: Biden has been briefed the Colorado shooter had ISIS sympathies, per WH official,” Jack said.

The gunman also didn’t seem to like President Donald Trump. Given what we’ve learned about him, this makes sense.

It’s a frightening thought, but now that President Trump has left office and we’re left with this admittedly klutzy fool in charge, could ISISS be on the rise?

Of course, I have no evidence of that, but it’s certainly something worth considering after hearing this – particularly in light of the fact that many world leaders are mocking and humiliating our so-called “president” and accusing him of having “dementia.”

Terrorists thrive on vulnerability.


Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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