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A bombshell report offers a perfect motive for the Orlando terror attack that not only supports the left’s preferred narrative that the shooting was an anti-gay “hate crime,” but also bolsters the White House’s stance that it had little to do with radical Islam.
A man claiming to be the ex-lover of Orlando killer Omar Mateen said last week’s attack was an act of revenge against Puerto Ricans and not a terrorist attack — the pledge of loyalty to ISIS notwithstanding.
Identified as “Miguel,” the man spoke with Univision and said he met Mateen on the gay dating app Grindr. He described their relationship as “friends with benefits” and insisted that the radicalized Muslim gunman was “100 percent” gay. The two men allegedly met up 15-20 times before Miguel moved away from the Orlando area in December.
Miguel said the man responsible for the worst mass shooting in U.S. history was “affectionate” and “sweet,” and that he loved to be cuddled.
“I’ve cried like you have no idea,” Miquel said, when he learned of the deadly attack that claimed the lives of 49 people. “But the thing that makes me want to tell the truth is that he didn’t do it for terrorism. In my opinion he did it for revenge.”
The man told Univision that Mateen had a negative sexual experience with two Puerto Rican men and that one of the men later revealed that he was HIV positive — Mateen was allegedly “terrified” of being HIV positive.
“He adored Latinos, gay Latinos, with brown skin—but he felt rejected,” Miguel said. “He felt used by them—there were moments in the Pulse nightclub that made him feel really bad. Guys used him. That really affected him.”
“When I asked him what he was going to do now, his answer was ‘I’m going to make them pay for what they did to me,’” he added.
Not that it substantiates his story, but the FBI confirmed to Univision that they have interviewed Miguel.
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