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Mother of Terrorists

By Quigley   2016 Aug 9, 7:33am 2032 views   12 comments   watch   quote

Seddique Mateen, the father of the Orlando nightclub shooter, attended a Hillary Clinton rally in Kissimmee, Florida, placing himself prominently behind the presidential candidate as she spoke to supporters.
Mateen was visible in the backdrop of Clinton’s speech as she paid tribute to the police officers and victims of the shooting.

Mateen was visible in the backdrop of Clinton’s speech as she paid tribute to the police officers and victims of the shooting.


A WPTV reporter recognized Mateen and interviewed him after the event.


“It’s a Democratic party so everybody can enjoy,” he said, when asked why he decided to attend the rally. “Why should they be surprised, I love the United States.”

It is unclear whether the Clinton campaign was aware of Mateen’s presence, and have yet to give a statement about the incident to WPTV.

Clinton paid tribute to the victims of the shooting during her rally.

I just have to tell you how grateful I am for the leadership and the people of Orlando and Central Florida for your love and compassion. And I know how many people, loved ones and friends, are still grieving. And I want them to know that we will be with you. We will be with you as you rebuild your lives, as you rebuild hope for the future, because we can’t ever let that kind of hatred and violence break the spirit, break the soul, of any place in America.
When reporters asked Mateen why he supported Clinton, he replied, “Hillary Clinton is good for United States versus Donald Trump, who has no solutions.

He showed reporters a sign he made in support of Clinton, calling for more gun control laws.

1 YesYNot   2016 Aug 9, 7:41am   ↑ like (2)   ↑ dislike (2)     quote      

Dumb fuck doesn't realize he's the biggest ad for Trump one could think of. If Trump were smart, he'd be paying this idiot's friends to support his efforts to elect HRC. Much better than adverts.

2 Quigley   2016 Aug 9, 7:42am   ↑ like (3)   ↑ dislike (3)     quote      

Yep, it'll be damned hard to spin this one into a win for Hillary!

3 TwoScoopsMcGee   2016 Aug 9, 10:37am   ↑ like (1)   ↑ dislike (1)     quote      

Quigley says

Yep, it'll be damned hard to spin this one into a win for Hillary!

Which is why it's put pages back in the paper and glossed over.

Meanwhile we're reminded constantly that non-invited KKK members have occasionally expressed support for Trump from months ago.

4 errc   2016 Aug 9, 10:49am   ↑ like (2)   ↑ dislike (2)     quote      

My lady was catching up on her "political news" last night. She read the Khan speech and words he directed at Trump. Now, she doesn't like Trump, but as a democrat, female, and mother of a son and daughter, she can't support Clinton.

She said first, that she didn't think that Trumps response to Khan was out of line as the media suggest. But she made a better point: what has Hillary sacrificed?

She's another democrat who would usually vote for whoever the dems trot out, that will not vote for Clinton, and is considering Trump. Good on her

5 TwoScoopsMcGee   2016 Aug 9, 10:52am   ↑ like (2)   ↑ dislike (2)     quote      

Of course Mateen thinks Hillary is good on national security. He is a Pashtu Sunni, and Hillary's actions have helped Sunni Islam overthrow secularists and murder minorities.

6 TwoScoopsMcGee   2016 Aug 9, 11:26am   ↑ like (1)   ↑ dislike (1)     quote      

Will Hillary disavow Seddique Mateen, noted anti-gay bigot?

The Orland gay club gunman's father has well-known anti-American views and is an ideological supporter of the Afghan Taliban. A new message posted by the father on Facebook early Monday morning also makes it clear he could have passed anti-homosexual views onto his son.

He then adds: "God will punish those involved in homosexuality," saying it's, "not an issue that humans should deal with."

7 YesYNot   2016 Aug 9, 11:32am   ↑ like (1)   ↑ dislike (1)     quote      

thunderlips11 says

Will Hillary disavow Seddique Mateen, noted anti-gay bigot?

I'm sure she doesn't want his support. But comparing him to David Duke is laughable. This guy's a loon who no one would know of if not for his son being a notorious murderer. David Duke is the most widely known (for my generation) leader of the KKK, and is now running for congress and polling shows he shares 80% of voters with Trump. He actually gets more black votes than Trump, believe it or not.

That said, I wish HRC would get some hard questions regarding support for Sunni interests in the ME.

8 errc   2016 Aug 9, 11:33am   ↑ like (0)   ↑ dislike (0)     quote      

Sounds like just another closeted homosexual, railing loudest against that which they hate most about themselves

9 CL   2016 Aug 9, 11:59am   ↑ like (0)   ↑ dislike (0)     quote      

Doesn't everyone know that guilt gets passed down from generation to generation, even sometimes moving from progeny to their parents? The American experiment is built upon collective guilt by association. Freedom!

That's why Ron Paul is a StormFront Nazi, but Bob Dole was not a Satanist.

Mateen was a killer, therefore his father needs to pay the price, and have no opinions. And whoever the father does have opinions about better behave as though his opinions are theirs!

10 Quigley   2016 Aug 9, 12:13pm   ↑ like (6)   ↑ dislike (6)     quote      

Mateen's son, inflamed by religious and cultural indoctrination from his father, murdered 50 people at a night club.
As far as I know, David Duke's sons haven't killed anyone.
Mateen holds beliefs that are intolerant in the extreme to anyone outside his particular religious sect.
Duke wants a resurgence of white power.
Seems like Duke is junior league and Mateen is a varsity starter!
The difference in campaign reception:
1) Trump disavowed Duke publicly.
2)Hillary gave Mateen a front row seat.

11 TwoScoopsMcGee   2016 Aug 9, 6:20pm   ↑ like (2)   ↑ dislike (2)     quote      

Quigley says

2)Hillary gave Mateen a front row seat.


He was given a front row seat directly behind the candidate for the benefit of the camera. Those spots in front of the cameras are for people in uniform, minorities, women, victims of something, etc. - anybody the campaign WANTS the public to see later on TV or in articles. These aren't spots you can just mosey on into. The campaign picks who sits there.

So far the Hillary Campaign has basically refused to distance itself from Mateen at all. He has a fucking internet show backing Pashtu Guerillas, thinks the Pakistan Military are a bunch of Western Suckups, etc. He also Hates NATO which I thought was a very bad thing.

What most likely happened is they have a racial-gender quota (ironically to find enough middle aged, non-wussy looking white males) and he said he was Middle Eastern. The Campaign Workers were like "Up you go sir, sit here!"