Teen Girls Are Supporting Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Because He’s Cute

Teen Girls Are Supporting Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Because He’s Cute
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Move over Justin Bieber, America’s latest teen heartthrob is none other than Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the teenage suspected Boston Marathon bomber who is winning over the hearts of teenage girls all across the United States.

Girls claiming Dzhokhar, also known as Jahar, is too cute to be a terrorist is actually a real thing going on right now. From Tumblr pages to Twitters supporting Dzhokhar, the 19-year-old terrorist suspect has teen girls pouring out their support for him.

Between memes and gifs highlight Jahar, there are all sorts of peculiar messages sent by supporters of the suspected terrorist.

“god bless you man…i know theres only so much that us supporters can do  for you but damn why YOU?? why TAM?? its sad as hell…your future ripped away from you…family ripped away from you…friends…your normal life…your future..

jesus christ” read a post on freejahartsarnaev.tumblr.com/.

YouTube videos showing how normal his life was and how American he was can be found easily online, using his Twitter and candid photos of him as evidence proving his innocence.

I hate to break it to these young girls with their fantasies, but a tweet can’t prove his innocence, and if the reports of him shooting at police and throwing pressure cooker bombs in order to get away on that fateful Thursday evening that saw his older brother, Tamerlan, killed are true, then there isn’t much hope for young Dzhokhar in our judicial system.

One blog claims to support Dzhokhar because “he’s attractive,” but not his older brother because “he’s gross.” Yup, this is real life.

There may not be hope for this upcoming generation after all.

If you want to see more of Dzhokhar, check out the home video of him with his niece below.

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