Some might be inclined to call them Christian terrorists (in the same vein as "Islamic terrorists") but I'm not certain without Googling -- which I'm disinclined to do -- whether that is the case for all of those pictured. It certainly is for Robert Dear, despite what Ted Cruz
Let's stick with 'American terrorists' for the moment, without referring to their religious affiliation, or their race, their political ideology, or even their psychological state. They and their peers have many of those things in common, but for the purpose of this exercise let's not make the same mistakes conservatives make in generalization. Kindly take note -- presuming you're familiar with their faces and backstories, of course -- of their different motivations for carrying out their terrorist acts.
Paraphrasing the words attributed to PA state representative Brian Sims, quoted in this Facebook meme (scroll down):
"These are the very familiar faces of terrorism in America. They are not members of ISIS, or Hamas, or the Crips. They are neither Muslim nor atheist. They don't have brown skin, they don't wear a keffiyah or a hoodie. They didn't come to the United States from across the southern border, or on a boat or a raft. They weren't escaping genocide or fleeing a ruthless dictator. They aren't refugees, or 'Ill Eagles', or 'thugs', or foreigners.
"They're all ours, America. What are we going to do about them?"
I'm taking ownership of this very serious problem by using "our" and not "their" in the next-to-last sentence. Because we're all in this together.
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