No big deal. That (pictured above) is just an x-ray device that shoots out deadly levels of radiation. Ever seen it before? It was the brainchild of an Islamophobic, Ku Klux Klan-linked man named Eric Feight. He wanted to use it to kill Muslim Americans in upstate New York. Have you ever heard of this story? According to Huffington Post:
Feight on Wednesday was sentenced to prison for 97 months — more than eight years — for providing material support to terrorists, according to the FBI. He would have gone through with the plot, but federal agents fooled him by posing as Ku Klux Klan members who promised to finance and obtain a “radiation device” that didn’t actually work, the FBI said…
In January 2014, Feight pleaded guilty to helping klansman Glendon Crawford modify the X-ray machine, as well as another device which — if it worked — would remotely activate the X-ray machine on a truck. That rig was supposed to irradiate their victims, killing them days later. The device was never actually operable, the FBI said.
“Eric Feight aided Glendon Scott Crawford in altering a dispersal device to target unsuspecting Muslim Americans with lethal doses of radiation,” Assistant Attorney General John P. Carlin said on Wednesday. “Feight and Crawford’s abominable plot to harm innocent Americans was thwarted thanks to the tireless efforts of law enforcement.”
It’s baffling, yet totally unsurprising that this story receives little attention in mainstream media. Only “Islamic terrorism” is worthy of news coverage in today’s world. Only Muslims are painted as the real enemies. It’s a total joke.
The GOP Debate several nights ago dedicated nearly two hours to “Islamic terrorism” even though White supremacist terrorism is more deadly than terrorism carried out by Muslims. I wonder if CNN’s next debate will talk about the reemergence of the Klu Klux Klan and White supremacy in America. I doubt it. I already said it, but only Muslims can be terrorists in the American lexicon.
Good on the FBI though for bagging these Ku Klux Klan terrorists.