US Capitol Car Ramming Suspect Identified As ‘Member Of Islam’, Facebook Deletes Profile

25-year-old, Noah Green has been identified as the Capitol Hill attack who killed one police officer and injured another. According to reports and findings from Green’s Facebook, he identified himself as a follower of Louis Farrakhan and a member of a radical group called ‘Nation of Islam.’

The media will be unable to spin this as a ‘white supremacy’ story.

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The U.S. Capitol Police officer who died has been identified as William ‘Billy’ Evans, an 18-year-veteran of the United States Capitol Police, according to NBC News.

Louis Farrakhan is the leader of Nation of Islam and Green was sharing lengthy posts on his Facebook about being on the right track.

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“I was on the right track and everything I had planned was coming into existence. It required long hours, lots of studying, and exercise to keep me balanced while experiencing an array of concerning symptoms along the path (I believe to be side effects of drugs I was intaking unknowingly),” he wrote on March 17, signing the message Brother Noah X, NY Post found.

Green’s posts were first read on-air during an MSNBC broadcast.

“However, the path has been thwarted, as Allah (God) has chosen me for other things. Throughout life I have set goals, attained them, set higher ones, and then been required to sacrifice those things,” Green continued.

Andy Ngo wrote, “I only had seconds to look at Noah Green’s Facebook page before it was deleted. He was living in Norfolk, Va. From what I saw, many of his posts were of a religious (Islamic) nature. He appeared to be a deeply devout follower of the Nation of Islam & went by the name, “Noah X.”

Ian Miles Cheong shared some screenshots from Noah Green’s Facebook which may not be able to be found on Green’s page anymore.

Ian Miles Cheong wrote, “His Facebook page contained numerous links to Louis Farrakhan’s work and praise for him. Curiously, his account appears to have been inactive since September 2020 when he last changed his profile image. There may be more posts, but they’re likely hidden to friends and family.”

Noah Green appeared to be very involved in football and Cheong wrote, “Honestly it’s sad seeing someone who clearly had a good academic life becoming radicalized by Nation of Islam.”

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