Terrorism once again hits the soft targets. A terrorist using his "Second Amendment" remedies on innocent people. The terrorist lights up the Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport.
The victims are five dead with up to 10 injured with wounds. The law neutralized the threat and he's being treated for his injuries.
The terrorist Esteban Santiago opened fire on the airport. The attack happened in a specific area of the airport.
Broward County Sheriff says that the terrorist lit up the place around 1pm in the baggage claims area.
"We have no evidence at this time that he was acting with anyone else," said Fort Lauderdale mayor Barbara Sharief. The motive is unknown at this time.
There were people who took cover and tried to avoid the terrorist aiming at them. Santiago had a military ID on him. He was a part of the Alaskan National Guard.
Family members said that he was a "ticking time bomb".
The brother Bryan Santiago said that the terrorist had recently worked as a security guard in Alaska and he was "fighting with a lot of people" and had mental health treatment.
|First mass shooting of 2017 in the United States. The Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport was the scene of a mass shooting.|
The terrorist was coming from a flight from Anchorage. Then he took a connecting fight from Minneapolis-St. Paul to Fort Lauderdale.
At baggage claim he would open his suitcase and then start lighting the place up.
Thanks to Congress, federal guidelines allow for passengers to check unloaded guns in a locked case, and also allows for ammunition to be place in a checked baggage,
According to the FBI, the terrorist claimed that he was hearing voices. He believed the CIA was trying to force him to join the Islamic State and was government was trying to reprogram people.
This is an example of the inept actions of Congress when it comes to firearms. They rather protect a firearm than the lives of innocent travelers. They believe that reasonable gun control is a signal for a gun grab.
With the fuhrer coming in, expect more of this and his social media reaction. Obviously, he isn't bold enough to get in front of a camera to express grievance.
Enough of the prayers. It's time for action.
If we continue to allow this shit to happen, expect more violent attacks.
And it's usually from Americans who use their Second Amendment rights like everyone else.