President Donald Trump created quite a stir when he re-tweeted several video clips that purportedly showed acts of violence committed by Muslim migrants in Europe.
One of the videos showed a man beating up a boy on crutches. First tweeted by Jayda Fransen, deputy leader of the Britain First Party, the caption read: “Muslim migrant beats up Dutch boy on crutches!”
There was a rush to disprove the video and take Trump apart for sharing it, even from the Netherlands Embassy in the U.S., which responded in a tweet of its own to say the attacker was not a Muslim migrant.
“Facts do matter,” the tweet reminded President Trump.
.@realDonaldTrump Facts do matter. The perpetrator of the violent act in this video was born and raised in the Netherlands. He received and completed his sentence under Dutch law.
— Netherlands Embassy ?? (@NLintheUSA) November 29, 2017
The point of contention was that the attacker, who was later identified as a 16-year-old boy, was born and raised in the Netherlands. His religious affiliation is not clear, but there are reports that he may not be Muslim.
The facts may be unsettled, but Trump’s tweet did call attention to violence in Europe from Muslim migrants who have overrun the continent — which liberals are quick to downplay.
The reaction to the video was seen as “semantics” by those who believe the violence and intimidation are indeed real.
Filmmaker Michael Hansen explained why Trump set off a firestorm in Europe with his re-tweet in the documentary, “Killing Europe.” The film presents the argument that the tweet is right about Muslim violence in Europe.
Danish psychologist Nicolai Sennels was featured in a clip from the documentary in the video below, explaining it is imperative in the Muslim migrant culture to be dominant — dominance crimes are aimed at establishing or demonstrating superiority.
The clip includes multiple incidents where Muslims are establishing this dominance.
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