National File –
“How many more cops is MAGA going to kill?”
Before the identity of the Capitol attacker was revealed to be Noah Green, a member of the radical black supremacist Nation of Islam group, leftists assumed a white Trump supporter was responsible.
National File reported that Noah Green, a 25-year-old black male from Indiana, was the suspect shot by Capitol Police after slamming his car into two officers, killing one and injuring the other. Green was a follower of the Nation of Islam, a radical black supremacist group led by Louis Farrakhan, and had donated over $1,000 to the group before going on the rampage:
Green said “the U.S. Government is the #1 enemy of Black people!” and claimed Nation of Islam founder Louis Farrakhan saved him from “terrible afflictions I have suffered presumably by the CIA and FBI, government agencies of the United States of America” in posts made on Instagram shortly before Friday’s deadly car and knife attack. Green described Farrakhan as “Jesus, the Messiah, the final divine reminder in our midst,” and added, “I consider him my spiritual father. Without his guidance, his word, and his teachings that I’ve picked up on along the way, I would’ve been unable to continue.
However, before Green’s identity was revealed to the public, many leftists simply assumed that the Capitol attacker was a white male Trump supporter, rather than a black supremacist. “Without having the slightest clue about the ‘security incident’ at the Capitol, Imma go ahead and call white nationalist terrorism on this one,” said David Matthews, a Hollywood producer who has worked on Netflix’s “Narcos” and “Law and Order: SVU.”
A number of leftists, including a Democrat 2022 congressional candidate, put the blame for the Capitol attack on America First members of Congress, such as Lauren Boebert and Marjorie Taylor Greene. In fact, a number of congressional Democrats were caught having previously praised Farrakhan and his anti-white organisation, including Raphael Warnock, Keith Ellison, and Maxine Waters.
During a press conference after the attack, Robert Contee of DC Metro Police said that the attack did not “appear to be terrorism related.” Many leftists took this as further confirmation that the Capitol attacker was a white male, when this couldn’t have been further from the truth.
One verified account from a “Dr Jialun,” claimed that “Trump insurrectionists” were attacking the Capitol at first, and then doubled down when Green’s identity was revealed. “Trump and his supporters have denigrated the Capitol building and laid the groundwork for future attacks,” Jialun tweeted. “If Trump supporters didn’t storm the Capitol on January 6th, today’s attack would have never happened,” he added. “Trump is responsible.”
Following the bizarre denial from the account, it was higlighted that despite only having been created in March of last month, one of their 50 or so followers was Chen Weihua, the China Daily EU Bureau Chief, leading some to suggest that the narrative promoted by Jialun’s account was being driven by Chinese state agents.