The military just shot the elephant in the room.
Hours after two llamas wreaked havoc on the streets of Phoenix, Arizona Thursday, the United States Northern Command answered the questions on everyone's minds: Who were the llamas working for? And do they have connections to the so-called Islamic State in Syria?
Rest easy folks, the U.S. military assures us that there was no breach in homeland security.
The tweet from Northern Command reads: "Llama had no known connections to ISIS. Appears to have self-radicalized."
It's nice to know we're safe.
In all seriousness, at least we can find some humor in what was one of the most amazing daytime stories to come out of local news in a while.
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