FBI Lied About Texas Hostage Standoff — It was the Rabbi Who Rescued the Hostages




Around “60 or 70” members of the FBI hostage rescue team, which is based in Quantico, Virginia, flew out to Colleyville, Texas on Saturday after an Islamist took several Jews including the Rabbi hostage for several hours.
The initial reports claimed the FBI teams and local police stormed the building to rescue the hostages.

But now we know that was not accurate.

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The three hostages were not released by the terrorist Malik Faisal Akram. They escaped thanks to the courageous rabbi.
Rabbi Charle Cytron-Walker hurled a chair at the terrorist and the three hostages escaped the building and ran to safety. The 60 FBI agents did not rescue the Jews.

Sadly, the FBI is so used to storming homes of innocent American patriots at 6 in the morning that they were not up for the challenge on Saturday.
More at Townhall.

This is also an example of why it’s always worth waiting for the facts to come out in a breaking news story. Contrary to earlier reports, the Texas synagogue hostages weren’t released. They escaped. Wonder what else we don’t yet know. https://t.co/DTpmf3dXW0
— Yair Rosenberg (@Yair_Rosenberg) January 17, 2022



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