Violent Leftist Hurls Molotov Cocktail into Immigration Office – Second Molotov Attack by Unhinged Leftist on DHS Office in Two Months
A woman hurled a molotov cocktail into a US Immigration office in Florida on Friday.
Authorities are protecting the woman’s name for some reason.
The firebomb did not explode before it could be put out.
Acting US Immigration Services Director Ken Cuccuinelli reacted to the attack.
This was the second attack by a wild-eyed leftist ona DHS facility with a molotov cocktail in two months.
(2/2) … This is the 2d attack on a DHS facility in 2 months using a Molotov cocktail. Violence has no place in our society. Thankfully, no one was hurt today. We’re grateful to our security guards & the law enforcement officers of FPS who apprehended and arrested the assailant.
— USCIS Acting Director Ken Cuccinelli (@USCISCuccinelli) August 31, 2019
A woman tossed a lit Molotov cocktail into the lobby of a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office in Oakland Park, Florida. But no major injuries were reported, according to a report of the incident sent to administration officials and viewed by The Associated Press.
The woman walked into the office Friday afternoon and hurled a bottle filled with gasoline and a lit fuse. But the fuse disconnected from the bottle and didn’t ignite, according to the report. Law enforcement officials believe she intended to cause harm but the incident wasn’t related to other incidents where Homeland Security agencies were targeted…
…A Homeland Security official condemned the attack and urged the public to express themselves peacefully and respectfully without trying to harm people. The official, who was not authorized to discuss an internal incident, spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity. The official said the attacks were unacceptable.
Citizenship and Immigration Services handles legal immigration, and the agency has been in the spotlight recently. It is run by Acting Director Ken Cuccinelli, a supporter of President Trump’s hardline immigration policies who has presided over major recent changes that have prompted criticism from immigrant advocates.