Law enforcement blames politicians as ICE office shot at in 4th terror attack

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An Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in San Antonio, Texas was targeted in a sniper attack, and federal law enforcement officials are directly blaming liberal politicians for the rising tide of liberal terrorism.

The office’s windows were shot out by a sniper armed with a rifle, in what is at least the fourth violent attack on ICE offices since socialist Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and others began repeatedly referring to ICE officers as Nazi war criminals.

Ocasio-Cortez, who just days before blamed “rhetoric” for threats against her, refuses to accept similar responsibility for her own words.

The large, multi-story building in which the offices are housed host numerous other entities and businesses, and whoever carried out the attack specifically researched which windows were for the ICE office and targeted them.

At least one law enforcement officer was nearly struck by gunfire.

“Political rhetoric and misinformation that various politicians, media outlets and activist groups recklessly disseminate to the American people regarding the ICE mission only serve to further encourage these violent attacks,” said San Antonio Field Office Director Daniel Bible in a statement.

A suspect was arrested, but has not been identified. San Antonio is also where local congressman Joaquin Castro published the names and locations of local residents who donated to President Donald Trump’s campaign. Those private citizens now report receiving threats.

An ICE detention center in Tacoma, Washington was firebombed by a liberal terrorist, who was then killed in a shootout with police. He directly quoted Ocasio-Cortez in his terrorist manifesto explaining his reasons for the attack.

Liberals also assaulted an ICE office in Colorado, ripping down the American flag and attempted to forcibly storm the agency’s D.C. headquarters.

Law enforcement expect liberals to step up their campaign of domestic terrorism as the 2020 presidential election draws closer.