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How many times must I call for a ban on fully-automatic assault trucks before someone (else) gets killed? When will our “leaders” step up for the children? Have we learned nary a thing from Christchurch?

Nothing to see here I guess.

Rondell Henry, 28, of Germantown, Maryland, has been charged with interstate transportation of a stolen vehicle, but in court documents authorities allege a much more sinister intention.

According to authorities, Henry claimed to law enforcement that he was inspired by the Islamic State when he stole a U-Haul van looking to use it as a weapon.

“I was just going to keep driving and driving and driving. I wasn’t going to stop,” he told law enforcement officers after his arrest, according to court documents filed in his case.

On his phone, authorities found “images of gun-wielding ISIS fighters, the ISIS flag, and the Pulse nightclub shooter” who killed 49 people at the Orlando bar three years ago.

Authorities said Henry told them he wanted to create what he allegedly called “panic and chaos” like the attack on pedestrians in Nice, France, in 2016, when a terrorist killed 86 people and wounded 450 others when he drove a 19-ton truck into a crowd celebrating a local holiday.

Trump, at the very least, could give us a ban on automatic transmissions in trucks, which “bump” the rate of shifting dramatically. The MSM can do their part by calling out all the supremacist hate by the … nevermind … just saw Mr. Henry’s picture. Memory hole.