Orlando Muslim Terrorists Father Passionately Endorses Hillary Clinton

I think we all saw this coming.

Are there ever any mass public shooters that fit the mold liberals wish he did? Every mass shooting, before a shooter is even identified, it’s blamed on some right-wing gun nut, the NRA, and the Republican Party for not supporting gun control policies that would do nothing.

Let’s take Pulse nightclub shooter Omar Mateen as an example. The media was quick to paint his massacre as an anti-gay hate crime, apparently unconcerned with the motivations of that hate crime… Islamic Extremism. To little surprise, Omar Mateen was a registered Democrat, as was his father.

And want to take a guess where his father appeared lately? At a Hillary Clinton rally. BizPacReview reports:

The father of Orlando shooter Omar Mateen made a surprising appearance Monday night at a Hillary Clinton rally in Kissimmee, Florida, after which he told a news crew that he strongly supports Clinton’s presidential campaign.

Seddique Mateen was spotted by chance by reporters with the WPTV news station from West Palm Beach, who saw him sitting just a few feet away from a speaking Clinton, who opened her remarks by commemorating the victims and first responders of the Pulse nightclub shooting.

Here’s the sign he showed up to the rally with:


“Hillary Clinton is good for United States versus Donald Trump, who has no solutions,” Mateen told the news crew. Mateen said he had been invited to attend the rally, but this invitation appears to have been the product of his membership in the local Democratic Party rather than a deliberate choice by organizers.

Mateen told WPTV’s Tory Dunnan that he supported, in her words, “everything Clinton has to say, especially her gun control measures.”

Well, in the case of his son, we didn’t need gun control. We needed Islam control.


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