And how did this animal enter the U.S.?
Three people were injured (mercifully, there were no deaths), and the would-be bomber, identified as Akayed Ullah, was taken to a nearby hospital.
It is a good thing for New York City and the country that the terrorist wannabe did not understand how to build a proper pipe bomb. If he had, there likely would be many people dead and maimed, much economic damage, and another wave of fear would grip the city and the nation.
Why, of course, the brainchild of the Democrat Party: chain migration. In short, chain migration -- signed into law by President Lyndon Baines Johnson -- has resulted in the immigrant share of the U.S. population almost tripling from about 4.7 percent to around 14 percent since 1970.
Official have confirmed this sick nutjob entered the U.S. via chain migration:
The bomber, according to police, is 27-year-old Akayed Ullah from Bangladesh. He is now in a New York City hospital with burns to his arms and torso and other serious injuries from the blast.
Investigators said he had a homemade pipe bomb strapped to his chest when he detonated it in a crowded subway corridor.
Port Authority surveillance video shows the moment the blast happened: Monday commuters, the morning rush hour, then an explosion.
People ran as the smoke cleared, and in the haze the suspect is visible on the ground. He is the only one seriously hurt; the pipe bomb, wired to a battery pack, only partially detonated.
If Alabama voters make the unfortunate decision to elect Doug Jones to the Senate, we can expect a future that looks a lot like this:
The Islamisation of Europe takes place everywhere. We received this from Bologna, Italy... pic.twitter.com/jfTFGroSZG— Voice of Europe (@V_of_Europe) December 11, 2017
And if you don't believe that, you're an Islamophobe.
So do your own research. Start here ("7 Questions for Those Who Say That Islam is Just Like Any Another Religion").