Facebook removed the account of Ahmed Al-Issa, the suspected shooter in Boulder Colo, where 10 people were killed.
Raheem Kassam archived the page of the suspected shooter’s account, revealing a “lot of anti-Trump stuff,” articles from the Washington Post, and Islamic religious postings.
One America News correspondent Jack Posobiec reported Joe Biden was briefed that Al-Issa had “ISIS sympathies.”
“It is beginning to look like the Boulder shooting was a jihadist terror attack,” Posobiec said.
The Facebook page attributed to Al-Issa also posted a PBS article “about why refugees are good for America,” Kassam said.