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Tuesday, November 8, 2016

ISIS calls to target our elections

ISIS just can't keep their swords out of other people's business. Now the scumcrumpets say they're planning to target US elections, but so far, so good.

The Islamic State jihadis have promoted an essay released over the weekend calling for attacks and the "slaughter" of U.S. voters. Hillary Clinton isn't worried, however, she has connections.

The Muslim terror group published a 7-page essay entitled "The Murtadd Vote" aka apostate vote. It was sent out by the "Al Hayat media center," and shared across many ISIS affiliate channels including the group's "Khilafah News" channels, social media and MSNBC (not).

Social media platforms removed many of the links involved but the orthodox Islamists were back in full swing [of the blade] on Monday in a virtual "Get Out The Vote" jihadi-style drive aimed at killing people who believe in democracy and freedom.

In "The Murtadd Vote," wannabe Paradise-dwellers are told to target the American voter. They argue that since "voters are directly involved in the decision making process by choosing delegates to represent them and their whims executively, judicially and legislatively, the blood of Crusader voters is actually more deserving of being spilled than the blood of Crusader combatants."

They make no distinction between Republican or Democrat voters, in spite of the support for all the Democrats do to make it simple for them to infiltrate the country. They don't even make any exceptions for women or even Muslim voters.

The essay ends on a religious note: "May Allah make this year's U.S. presidential election a dreadful calamity like no other to have struck America throughout its pathetic history."

Methinks I hear a tone of jealousy by these desert rats.