Rampage in Boulder Supermarket Kills Ten Including Veteran Police Officer and Father of Seven

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A shooting rampage at a supermarket in Boulder, Colorado left 10 dead. The suspect is 21-year-old Ahmad Alissa, a Syrian immigrant who has a history of paranoia, faking hate crimes and expressing hate against the United States. 

Despite the liberal media immediately assuming and hoping Alissa was White, they quickly reversed course once discovering he’s Middle Eastern and not a White supremacist. In fact, Alissa has specifically expressed hate against President Trump in the past and appears to hold leftist views. 


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Video from the scene shows a man coming across dead bodies strewn on the street and shouting for 911 to arrive. 

“Look, there’s people lying in the f— street, guys! We need 911 here now! … We’ve got injured parties on the ground! I heard gunshots! They were very close! Someone is down right here!”

He then goes into the store where he sees more bodies on the floor. The shooting at the King Soopers supermarket killed 10 people including police officer Eric Talley, a father of seven.

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Shooter Was Obsessed With ‘Islamophobia’ and Hated Trump

The shooter was reportedly known to the FBI and had a history of instability and fanaticism. He believed that “Islamophobes” (a fake word for people who dislike Muslims) had hacked his cellphone. Alissa was also angry that he didn’t have a girlfriend.

Numerous social media posts that have since been deleted and expressed radical far-left hate of Trump. 

Alissa had purchased a Ruger AR-556 rifle, handgun and tactical vest, which he used in the deadly assault.

He stormed the Boulder Grocery store on the afternoon of March 23, mowing down two individuals in the parking lot and then spraying fire inside and killing another eight. His brother said Alissa was an anti-social guy with mental problems who got bullied growing up and didn’t really understand politics. 

Alissa moved to the US with his family from Syria at age 3 and wrestled in high school where he was described as mentally ill. 

Classmates described him as “scary to be around,” and said that he was social at first entering high school but became anti-social after being “bullied a lot.” A fellow wrestler called Dayton Marvel said that he once threatened to kill everyone. 

“His senior year, during the wrestle-offs to see who makes varsity, he actually lost his match and quit the team and yelled out in the wrestling room that he was, like, going to kill everybody. Nobody believed him. We were just all kind of freaked out by it, but nobody did anything about it,” Marvel said. 

In 2017 Alissa was arrested after punching someone who made fun of him for being Middle Eastern and continuing to punch him once the guy was down on the pavement. He was also  convicted of misdemeanor assault in 2018 and given probation and 48 hours of community service.

Warning signs, anyone?

In response to this shooting, President Biden has called for banning “assault rifles” and expanding background checks. 

The Shooter Had Many Warning Signs

Another classmate called Angel Hernandez said that Alissa was obsessed about being Musli and Middle Eastern.

“He would talk about him being Muslim and how if anybody tried anything, he would file a hate crime and say they were making it up. It was a crazy deal. I just know he was a pretty cool kid until something made him mad, and then whatever made him mad, he went over the edge — way too far,” Hernandez said. 

“Whenever you went up to him, he was always so joyful and so nice. But you could tell there was a dark side in him. If he did get ticked off about something, within a split second, it was like if something takes over, like a demon. He’d just unleash all his anger,” Hernandez added.