ISIS Leader Apprehended During Attempted Assassination Of Barron Trump

Recently, you may have heard news that ISIS planned to assassinate Barron Trump. A message posted by the terrorist group to one of their message boards this month included a map to Barron’s school and an Arabic hashtag that translates to “handle the son of the mule of America.”

The post, credited to a man named Dak Al-Munafiqeen (a leader in ISIS’ U.S. operations), included a “detailed plan” to “handle” the murder of President Trump’s 11-year-old son — one that the Department of Homeland Security paid close attention to.

According to JihadWatch, federal agents surrounded St. Andrew’s Episcopal School Friday — the day of the planned attack. When Munafiqeen (later identified as Maryland resident Ali al-Haddad) and a crew of four others tried to get inside the school, the long arm of the law bitchslapped them into oblivion before they got near the door.

Al-Haddad and his fine bacon-fearing friends will face a minimum of 10 years in prison for the attempted murder of the First Son.

One of the men arrested, Bariq Alzeerajad, was released from Guantanamo Bay in 2008 after it was determined by the Obama administration that he was not a terrorist. Many are now wondering if the former wannabe Dictator-in-Chief had something to do with this attack.

The strike on Al-Haddad’s group was personally ordered by President Trump himself according to Breitbart NEws, and the operation went off without a hitch.

Thank you for keeping our country and your son safe, President Trump!

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