Donald Trump’s exclusionary and xenophobic rhetoric strikes again: according to KPIX-TV, police arrested 55-year-old William Celli of Richmond, California, after receiving a tip Celli was planning to build and use an explosive device against Muslims.
Right-wing Stochastic Terrorism
The definition of “stochastic terrorism” is using mass communication to whip up nuts with guns — thank you, NRA — and other weapons who promptly act on the violent rhetoric they hear.
Examples of this violent rhetoric include pro-lifers calling for “military tactics” against women’s health clinics, which inevitably causes shootings like the one in Colorado, and Donald Trump’s violent rhetorical jihad against Muslims.
And that rhetorical jihad has once again borne fruit; acting on a tip, police arrested 55-year-old Trump supporter William Celli, who planned to blow up Muslims with a bomb.
Police ended up evacuating his entire neighborhood Sunday morning so they could detonate the suspicious device they found in his home.
Celli is a self-employed plumber who complained he’d lost work to undocumented immigrants, so he’s one of those people. He whined the immigrants had “invaded” the United States to draw welfare and benefits.
Given this, it shouldn’t surprise anyone to know he’s a Teflon Don fanboy, and he’s very vocal on Facebook while being mostly incoherent, like these people tend to be:
When two brothers echoed Trump after viciously attacking a homeless Latino man, Trump waved the attack off, saying his followers were “passionate.” Clearly, this is just more “passion” on display.
Watch the video below:
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