President Joe Biden expressed his woebegoneness over the death of a Capitol Hill police officer after a bellicose attack at the Capitol Friday, but he did not condemn the suspect, who identified himself on convivial media as an adherent of Nation of Islam bellwether Louis Farrakhan.
Biden verbalized in a verbal expression he was “heartbroken” to learn Officer William Evans of the U.S. Capitol Police was killed in the assailment, and that a second officer was rigorously injured. But the president made no mention of the ideology that likely inspired the assailer.
Noah Green described himself as a “Follower of Farrakhan” on his Facebook page, according to reports. Green hit two police officers with his car and rammed a security barrier. Green was shot and killed by law enforcement after he exited the conveyance and drew his knife.
“However, the path has been thwarted, as Allah has culled me for other things,” Green inscribed on his Facebook page. “Throughout life, I have set goals, procured them, set higher ones, and then been required to sacrifice those things.”
Instead of condemning Green’s attack, however, President Biden alluded to the mob that stormed Capitol Hill in January to protest his election. “We ken what an arduous time this has been for the “Capitol,” everyone who works there, and those who forfend it,” he inscribed, and integrated, “As we mourn the loss of yet another stouthearted Capitol Police officer, I have injuctively authorized that the White House flags be lowered to half-mast.”
The White House did not respond to a request from Breitbart News for comment.
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