This morning the survivors of the Bowling Green massacre announced they will be journeying to Sweden to show support for what is happening in that country. The trip came together quickly, soon after the president highlighted the terror that is occurring in Sweden because of their immigration policies. It was for the Bowling Green group nothing less than a call to arms to help and support their Swedish brothers and sisters in their hours of need.
“The parallels between the Bowling Green massacre and the terror in Sweden are extraordinary,” said one member of the Bowling Green group.
“I feel as the terror victims of Sweden and I exist in the same small universe,” said another.
The group expects to be welcomed by the Swedish government. “I have contacted them and they said we could get together and smoke a little something,” said the leader of the group. “An activity that I hope will bring us together in important ways. We share so much, we are in many ways the only ones who can understand each other.”
The group will then stop at Maro-Lago on the way home. “We won’t be able to get in of course,” the leader of the group said. “But we will hold a candle light vigil outside, across the water, eating Subway sandwiches. We just want the president to know we are there and we exist….at least in his own mind.