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NATIONALIST GUN NUT Brian Issack Clyde, 22, Opened Fire On Dallas Federal Courthouse Wearing Black Mask And Tactical Gear


A man who opened fire on a federal courthouse in downtown Dallas on Monday has been shot dead by police. Brian Issack Clyde, 22, died shortly after exchanging gunfire with officers outside the Earle Cabell Federal Building. Clyde had claimed on social media to be a veteran of the US Army, and a report from the Department of Defense on the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act website obtained by the Dallas Morning News shows that Clyde was on active duty with the Army from August 10, 2015, through February 17, 2017. Clyde had lived in both Corpus Christi and Austin. It was not clear whether he lived in Dallas at the time of the shooting, though he did have relatives who live nearby. Clyde's grandfather Rodney Clyde said over the telephon that he had 'nothing to say at this time' regarding the shooting and death of his grandson. He does not appear to have a criminal history. FBI, ATF, FPS, U.S. Marshals and the Dallas Police Department are investigating the incident. The shooting occurred one block away from where four Dallas police officer and a Dallas Area Rapid Transit officer were killed by a gunman nearly three years ago, on July 7, 2016. Source

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  1. Notice, he's not called a terrorist....why not?

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    1. It's probably because he wasn't wearing a towel on his head, part of a Jihadist group and chanting "Halal Snackbar".

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    2. Oh, my bad....I guess Arabs exterminated and Terrorized Indigenous-Americans and occupy their land? Enslaved, & can't Repatriate Blacks? If Anglos are so great, why can't they go back to European caves, mountaintops?

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  2. Ready to start a never ending battle on the internet?

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  3. Girls, bois battle on the net. Real men battle face-to-face.

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