Unlike Obama’s silence when a white Christian grandmother was beheaded by a Muslim in Oklahoma, Obama issues a statement about the murders of 3 Muslims in North Carolina


Weasel Zippers  No caution to wait for facts, no reference to police findings so far, just immediately casting it as a killing because they were Muslim. 

Meanwhile, the woman who was beheaded by a Muslim in Oklahoma, Colleen Hufford’s family is still waiting for their condolences.


Beheaded grandmother Colleen Hufford (left)
Beheaded grandmother Colleen Hufford (left)

If you forget who Mrs. Hufford was, she was beheaded by Alton Nolen last year. Nolen’s Facebook was littered with pro-Jihad, anti-American statements, even had a beheading on it.


He was trying to convert workers at the plant to Islam and had just been fired from his job. So some in media termed it “workplace violence”.


While the Chapel Hill shooter was a leftist, who called himself a ‘militant atheist’, there was a nothing in his social media that indicated a desire to kill anyone. Unlike Alton Nolen. Hicks may have killed the the students because they were Muslim, but we don’t know that yet.

Obama made no statement, offered no condolences, in fact said they would not be commenting on the beheading attack. The White House did ultimately comment, however, in a manner of speaking. The White House sent a special message to the mosque where the beheader worshipped shortly after the beheading.



But the Muslim community received the highest form of praise from the White House for their hard work in helping rebuild the Moore community after a destructive tornado tore through the city in 2013.

Today, an official from Washington D.C. flew in to Oklahoma to present a special thank you to the Muslim congregation.

He read a message from President Barrack Obama, extending warm greetings from the American people during the Muslim holiday. “Your service is a powerful example of the powerful roots of the Abrahamic faiths and how our communities can come together with shared peace with dignity and a sense of justice,” President Barack Obama said.