The Troofer Is A Terrorist
At least in one case:
Dylan Boyd, who is in his early 20s, told agents that Muslims must be ready in case they are attacked, claiming that the U.S. Army is overseas raping and killing "their" Muslim sisters. He repeatedly called the FBI agents questioning him "kuffar" - meaning nonbelievers - and said the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks were an "inside job," according to a summary of the interview.
Federal investigators have also said they found 26,000 rounds of ammunition inside the Boyd home. Dylan Boyd told agents that ammunition has been growing more expensive and that his father began to buy ammunition in bulk to get a lower price and save on shipping charges.
A reminder, in case one is needed, that the Troofers should not be playing guilt by association games.