Trump cites dubious Muslim execution story anew


Trump cites dubious Muslim execution story anew

Unfortunately terrorist attacks are becoming more and more inevitable here in Europe as Europe becomes filled with Muslims indoctrinated in an evil "idealogy" that was created 1500 years ago by the devil.

That's when Trump tweeted again, now saying to "study what General Pershing did to terrorists when caught".

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Donald Trump did not take any time this Thursday to denounce on Twitter the attack on the van claimed by Daech yesterday in Barcelona.

According to the fact checking website Politifact, the late military historian Frank Vandiver said in 2003, referring to Gen Pershing: "I never found any indication that it was true in extensive research on his Moro experiences".

The Washington Post reported that Trump told the story at a rally in North Charleston in February a year ago. One suspect is already in custody.

United States President Donald Trump on 17 August responded to the Barcelona terror attack by spreading a debunked rumor.

Trump's tweets about the Barcelona attack - tweets he posted before definitive information about the names of the attackers or their motives had been publicly released - stands in contrast to the approach he took following a white supremacist attack in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend. An alleged Nazi sympathiser who had attended the rally is charged with second-degree murder in the case.

Pork is taboo in Islam due to its association with uncleanliness, and Pershing referenced in a memoir that another USA commander had at least once "seen to it" that Muslim insurgents' bodies were buried in the same grave as a dead pig to serve as a warning to others, but did not claim to have done anything similar himself.

After than incident, Trump blamed the actions of people "on many sides" of the violent clashes. The president on Tuesday explained that his initial reaction had been muted because he did not have all the "facts" in the case and wanted to be cautious.

"I am sickened by the senseless loss of life in Barcelona today", British Prime Minister Theresa May said.

Colbert joked that "no wonder his kids are so messed up" after doing an impression of Trump telling the Pershing story as a bedtime story for his kids. However, as a History News Network article pointed out at the time, there is no evidence that Pershing actually used any pigs' blood on bullets used to execute anyone.

Also - and it's stupid that this even has to be said - but there entire pig's blood myth is fundamentally wrong. He took 50 bullets, and he dipped them in pigs' blood.

According to legend, Pershing told the 50th Muslim to take one of those bullets back to his people as a warning of what would happen should they persist.

"And for 25 years, there was not a problem".