So they’re telling us that this was not an act of overt terrorism, and that the motive currently remains unknown at this early point in the investigation.
And I suppose detectives could be telling the truth on this one.
The Black woman arrested for this specific offense might have been reacting to any number of stimuli in her environment and personal life.
Perhaps she got fired from, or failed to get, one of the lucrative gubment (government) jobs that Colored females believe are guaranteed to them by Constitutional Law?
Or perhaps her sugar daddy Congressman (Lord knows enough cucks up on The Hill love their dark meat) refused to grant her some random perk or under-the-table cash bonus for her services?
But if we’re dealing with someone who has even a marginal link to the BLM organization and/or one of its affiliates, we need to go ahead and bring back that terrorism label, as it is clear that the group(s) fighting in the name of dead Blacks like Michael Brown (PBUH) are the enemies of this nation and its human citizens.
From ABC News:
U.S. Capitol Police have apprehended a female driver after she nearly hit several officers and struck another vehicle near the U.S. Capitol, police said this morning.
At 9:22 a.m., Capitol police officers observed an “erratic and aggressive driver” in the vicinity of 100 Independence Ave, according to Eva Malecki, the communications director for the United States Capitol Police, who briefed reporters at Bartholdi Park.
As the officers tried to stop the vehicle, the driver pulled a U-turn and fled the scene, apparently striking another vehicle and nearly hitting officers. A brief pursuit ensued until the female suspect was stopped at Washington Ave and Independence Ave, which is located near the U.S. Botanic Garden and the Rayburn House Office Building, police said.
Capitol Police fired shots in an attempt to stop the driver. No one was hit, police said.
The female suspect was apprehended at 3rd and Independence Ave, and has been taken into custody. No individuals were injured during the arrest, according to Malecki.
The incident appears to be criminal in nature with no nexus to terrorism, Malecki added.