Good Friday Capitol Hill Attacked by Black Supremacist Followers Biden Does Not Condemn in Statement

A Capitol Hill police officer was killed in a violent attack on Capitol Hill on Easter Friday, Good Friday. Biden expressed his sorrow, but he did not condemn the black suspect who killed the police officer, who, Breitbart News noted, identified himself on social media as a follower of black supremacist Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.

In a statement, Biden said he was “heartbroken” to learn that Officer Evans, a U.S. Capitol police officer, was killed in the attack and that a second officer was seriously injured. But Biden did not mention words that might have inspired the attacker’s ideology.

The suspect, Noah Green, described himself as a “follower of Farrakhan” on his Facebook page, according to the report. Green wrote on the Facebook page, “However, this path has been thwarted because Allah has chosen me to do other things, and throughout my life I have set goals, achieved them, set higher goals, and then been asked to sacrifice those things.”

The network disclosed that this was actually the second jihadist attack since Biden was sworn in, the last being a shooting in Boulder, Colorado, where the suspect, Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, 21, said similar things on Facebook.

However, instead of condemning Greene’s attack, President Biden alluded to the mob that stormed Capitol Hill in January to protest his election. Biden wrote, “We know what a difficult time this is for the Capitol, for everyone who works there, and for the people who protect it.”

Netizens commented on what else they could be expected to say. That Louis Farrakhan’s Muslim followers tried to invade the Capitol and kill people? Could Biden have denigrated Obama’s close friend?

Daniel Pipes, an American historian and president of the Middle East Forum, wrote in 2008 that Obama praised Nation of Islam leader Fouis Farrakhan as one of the “giants of the African-American religious experience. Farrakhan also endorsed Obama for president, calling him “the hope of the entire world.

But the mainstream media and the left never cared about the relationship between Obama and Farrakhan.