Hillary Clinton isn’t holding back when it comes to expressing how she really feels about Donald Trump. She’s compared him to the KKK, releasing a TV ad that showed video and audio footage of two KKK members endorsing him, apparently unaware that KKK members have donated over $20,000 to her own campaign.And if you thought her attempt to tie Trump to the KKK was bad, now Hillary wants us to believe another terror group is banking on a Trump presidency.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said that the Islamic State was praying to Allah that Donald Trump would be the next President of the United States.
“They are saying, ‘Oh please, Allah, make Trump president of America,’” Clinton said in an interview with Israel’s Channel 2 News.Clinton argued that Trump was helping the terrorists by describing their efforts as “radical Islamic terrorism,” something with which she disagreed.
Telling ISIS they’re radical Islamic terrorists is only offensive to them in the sense that ISIS doesn’t consider themselves to be radical Muslims, they consider themselves to be true Muslims.
“We have come to understand that bringing Islam into the definition of our enemy actually serves the purpose of the radical jihadists and there is a lot of evidence of that,” she said.
In a later news conference, Clinton doubled down on her accusations, citing an article by former Director of the National Counterterrorism Center Matt Olsen.“They hope that Allah delivers America to Trump,” she said, saying that Trump’s election would inspire more jihadi attacks.
Hillary also believes preventing any Muslims into America, which would prevent any terrorists from slipping through the cracks, is good for ISIS. She called Trump’s proposed ban on Muslims coming to America and his insults of the Khan family “a gift to ISIS.”
Who do you think ISIS would rather have be America’s president — the one who says he’ll “bomb the s—” out of them and “take their oil,” or the one who denies they’re even Islamic (despite the fact she acknowledges they pray to Allah)? I think the answer is clear.
[Note: This post was written by The Analytical Economist]