Hillary Was Just Caught On Video ADMITTING She And Obama Created ISIS! (VIDEO)

Donald Trump accused Hillary Clinton and President Obama of being the founding fathers of ISIS in a video gone viral this week. The media has not taken to kindly to this. But turns out Hillary Clinton herself cannot really deny it either and she hasn’t. Despite the fact she, the liberal media and the White House have vociferously said this is inflammatory and dangerous language.

However, Info Wars unearthed a video showing Hillary Clinton admitting her complicity in the rise of radical jihadism. The video shows her admitting that she played a role in rising Al Qaeda which turned into ISIS.

The transcript can be read here,

“They invaded Afghanistan, and we did not want to see them control Central Asia and we went to work, and it was President Reagan, in partnership with the Congress, led by Democrats, who said, “you know what? Sounds like a pretty good idea!

Let’s deal with ISI and the Pakistani military, and let’s go recruit these Mujaheddin. That’s great! Let’s get some to come from Saudi Arabia, and other places, importing their Wahhabi brand of Islam, so that we can go beat the Soviet Union. And guess what? They retreated. They lost billions of dollars and it led to the collapse of the Soviet Union.

So their is a very strong argument, which is: it wasn’t a bad investment to end the Soviet Union, but let’s be careful what we sow, because we will harvest.”

One doesn’t have to read between the lines that hard to see what she is saying.

Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are directly responsible for the rise of ISIS, who are now committing mass genocidal atrocities all over the world. Especially in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan. Yet she thinks we should vote for her in the upcoming election to be our President.


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