According to the Chicago Tribune, "Three Illinois men, including one who drafted a border wall plan for Trump, charged with Minnesota mosque bombing."

When it's done by those on the other side we hear it described as "radical Islamic terrorism." How is this any different? Wouldn't this be an act of radical Christian terrorism? Call it what you want. I could honestly care less about the verbiage. The point is that people here in the states have committed acts of terror against other Americans.

"Federal authorities on Tuesday charged three men from rural central Illinois with the bombing of a Minnesota mosque last year and said one of the suspects told an investigator the goal of the attack was to "scare" Muslims out of the United States."

Two wrongs don't make a right, and bombing a mosque, targeting innocent Muslim-Americans, won't make us even in the grand scheme of things.

Most Americans would never do anything like this and think this is wrong. There are some Americans, though, that do look at Muslims as the enemy, and that isn't right.