Donald Trump Jr. is never one to pull punches and after today’s “incident” in Muenster, Germany where a disturbed person rammed a truck into a busy crowd, he called it for what it will likely end up being.
Saturday’s attack falls on the anniversary of the Stockholm attack which left several people dead and injured after a beer truck plowed into a big crowd.
MIRROR UK reports:
A van crashed into a crowd of people outside a restaurant in Germany this afternoon – killing three people and injuring more than 30 others.
Authorities are treating the incident, which happened outside the four-star eatery Grosser Kiepenkerl, in Münster, as a terror attack – although this is yet to be officially confirmed.
First pictures from the scene show a busy pedestrianised square with a mass of chairs and tables in disarray moments after the smash.
Families previously enjoying food and sunshine close to the Kiepenkerl statue appear scattered; tending to victims and pointing towards the devastation
Donald Trump Jr. responded to the terror attack. Let’s not jump to conclusions guys…(sarcasm)
Don Jr. tweeted: Let’s not jump to conclusions, but this doesn’t sound like a simple accident to me.
Let’s not jump to conclusions, but this doesn’t sound like a simple accident to me. https://t.co/SkjPZzFnoq
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) April 7, 2018
The Hill reports:
Several dead after car drives into crowd in western Germany
Multiple people are dead and others are injured after a car rammed into a crowd of people in the city of Münster, Germany, police said.
Around 30 people have been injured, and police say the assailant has killed himself, according to the BBC.
“Some people have died and some have been injured,” local police wrote on Twitter, according to German public broadcaster Deutsche Welle.
A spokeswoman for the police told Reuters that there “are several dead, probably including the suspect.”