Ever since Donald Trump signed his temporary travel ban, the mainstream media has been trying to make it look like Muslims pose no threat to the U.S. Stories like this, however, remind us that Trump is right about the fact that our country is constantly in danger of being attacked by radical Islamic terrorists.

WNCN reported that a Muslim convert was arrested in North Carolina this week after he made an online threat to carry out a mass shooting in the name of Allah. Garrett Grimsley, 27, had an AK-47 and 340 rounds of ammunition when he made the threat, saying that non-Muslims had “spit in our faces.”

“Salam, some of you are alright, don’t go to Cary tomorrow,” Grimsley wrote online on Sunday alongside a picture of a man with camouflage pants and holding a red flag with a black star in the middle.

“For too long the kuffar (non-Muslims) have spit in our faces and trampled our rights,” Grimsley told a cooperating witness in a private message. “This cannot continue. I cannot speak of anything. Say your dua (prayers), sleep, and watch the news tomorrow. It will only be the beginning, insha’Allah.”

“Insh’Allah” is an Arabic phrase meaning “God willing.”

Though Grimsley was arrested on Sunday, police did not announce his arrest until Tuesday. When officers raided his home, they found a notification on Grimsley’s computer that it was 63 percent of the way through encrypting the hard drive. His computer also had a visible Facebook conversation open with a user named Tim Tam, who said “we’re going to be on CNN tomorrow.”

The community was stunned to learn just how close Grimsley was to carrying out a mass shooting.

“That’s surprising. Yeah, its surprising. Sorry. I’m just still shocked that one of my neighbors had a AK-47 and all that ammo. So processing this is a little difficult,” said neighbor Michael Rowland.

Grimsley has been charged with transmitting a threat in interstate commerce to injure the person of another, and he is facing up to five years in prison as well as a $250,000 fine. In addition, he is facing a state charge of cyberstalking.

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Source: truthmonitor.com
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