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Man Beaten in NYC, Guess What his Attackers Were Yelling; HINT: Obama’s JV Team

At around 5:30 pm on Friday evening in the Bronx, a 43-year old man was innocently walking with a 9-year old girl when he was suddenly attacked. New York Police said the man was punched numerous times in the head, knocked down and kicked.

While the unidentified man was treated and released from the hospital, it is what his attackers were yelling that should cause great concern for not only New Yorkers but Americans throughout the country.

The man’s attackers shouted “ISIS! ISIS! ISIS!” as they beat him until he had bruises all over his head and face. According to the New York Times, the victim was wearing a traditional South Asian outfit called a shalwar kameez.

ISIS, the Islamic terrorist group which Obama referred to just before their rise as the JV team and which he still claims is contained, has said numerous times that they intend to infiltrate the Syrian refugee resettlement program in order to attack America on its shores. They have also called for Muslims in the West to attack.

The married Muslim terrorists, who killed 14 people in San Bernardino, had pledged allegiance to ISIS prior to their attack.

Earlier this month, a man ambushed a Philadelphia police officer as he was sitting at a red light in his patrol car. He shot at the officer 13 times. Although he was hit three times, the officer took off running after the suspect and shot him three times in pursuit. The suspect, upon his capture, said that he attempted to execute the officer in the name of Islam.

RELATED: Trump Announces Plan To Stop Further San Bernardino-Style Muslim Terrorism; Left Goes Crazy

The suspects in the assault of the man in New York City have not yet been apprehended. It is being investigated by the city’s Hate Crime Task Force.

TennesseeWatchman.com

 if the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet, and the people are not warned, and the sword comes and takes any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity; but his blood I will require at the watchman’s hand.

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