‘Don’t Mess With Texas’ is A Serious State Motto for Criminals

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‘Don’t Mess With Texas’, the unofficial motto of the Lonestar State, is something that liberals, fools, and my favorite, criminals seem to think is not serious. Then they do mess with Texas, and believe me when I say there is hell to pay, as road-raging maniac Muslim Ziad Abu Naim found out.


After an argument in Houston concerning who had the right of way, the 42-year-old Zaim came toward the car of 43-year-old Robert Craig Klimek, reportedly swinging at Klimek.

Witnesses then reported hearing a pop. It seems that Klimek didn’t take too kindly to being attacked, and the concealed-carry driver decided to neutralize the threat by shooting Naim in the face.

Naim was taken to Memorial Hermann Hospital where he was kept on life support. However, he soon passed away from his injuries. Klimek was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, although the charges may be upgraded to murder now that Naim has passed away.

Klimek and his attorneys said their client acted in self-defense, pointing out that Naim had attacked him first. Klimek was reportedly out on bail.

The Muslim Brotherhood front group the Council on American-Islamic Relations is known to unnecessarily entangle themselves in situations like this, and they didn’t disappoint. CAIR called for Klimek to be charged with a hate crime, based on one witness who claimed Klimek had yelled out, “Go back to Islam!” before the physical confrontation ensued.

Hey, CAIR? Your race card expired and the bank isn’t issuing any more, so you may want to consider backing the heck off. Just because someone is Muslim doesn’t mean that they automatically are ‘hate-crime’ victims or that they are innocent. Maybe – just MAYBE- they might have committed a crime? Perhaps they are guilty? And, perhaps you should back off and let the American criminal justice system do it’s work. After all, it is the place you live in.

H/T: Conservative Tribune

Written by Katie McGuire. Follow Katie on Twitter @GOPKatie, or email the author at [email protected]

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