What could be OSU terrorist’s motive? Ann Coulter slays with politically incorrect guessing game

As reports circulated about the motive for the Ohio State University attack by a Somali-born Muslim,  conservative columnist Ann Coulter offered some zingers of her own.

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In a series of posts on Twitter on Monday, Coulter reacted to the news of the attack in light of a Donald Trump presidency and suggested some “motives” the 18-year-old Abdul Razak Ali Artan may have had.

The Ohio State University student injured 11 people on Monday when he drove into several people with his vehicle and then attacked others with a knife. Admitted to the United States as a refugee from Pakistan in 2014, Artan was originally from Somalia and was granted legal permanent resident status in the U.S.

Coulter endorsed President-elect Trump from the start and has been a vocal supporter of his immigration policies, including a proposed ban on immigration from countries with a history of terrorism – arguably something that may have prevented Artan from entering the U.S. in the first place.

The irony of Artan’s complaint at one time that the media was responsible for portraying a negative “picture” of Muslims was not lost on Coulter, who offered up some other possible “motives” for Artan’s attack in her signature style.

The best-selling author and conservative firebrand re-tweeted other comments about the Somali refugee.

Many Twitter users took Coulter’s lead and offered up some suggestions of their own.

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