ISIS disclaims responsibility for Trump’s victory
“We can’t support someone who doesn’t share our principles. How do I explain this to my children?”, claimed an ISIS member.
Islamic State.- Members of the fundamentalist group ISIS showed their discomfort today for Trump’s victory and claim they aren’t responsible for such disgrace. They state that Trump and they don’t share the same values, and that they are very different.
“This guy says a lot of bad things about women. We can’t support someone with such moral attitude. This is not what we teach to our children.”, claimed the ISIS member Abdel Bary to our reporter Gary Cockburn who was in the area.
Abdel kept going: “You tell your kids, ‘Don’t be a bully’. You tell your kids, ‘Don’t be a bigot’. You tell your kids, ‘Do your homework and be prepared.’ and then you have this outcome, and you have people putting children to bed tonight, and they’re afraid of breakfast.”.
Another ISIS member said: “I have Muslim friends in the United States who are texting me tonight, saying, ‘Should I leave the country?'”.
ISIS member showed in several occasions their support for Hillary Clinton, because “she was better for business”. They claim they couldn’t affect this outcome because it was unexpected.