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Hillary gets the all important ISIS endorsement

ISIS capo di tutti capi Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has given Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign two thumbs up.
Rumour has it that Baghdadi recently told members and followers of ISIS that while Clinton refuses to recognize their movement as Islamist that's still no reason not to support the former Secretary of State's  presidential ambitions.

"Look guys she may deny our religion, and yes normally that would require a beheading, but let's face it, she's been good to us in the past, and there's no reason to think that won't continue when she's president," was apparently the message to followers of the radical terrorist group.
"I mean Trump is definitely not good for our cause, even if he does recognize we're Islamic, but that's a small consolation when he's leading the charge to wipe us off the map, I mean, am I right?"
Baghdadi admitted Clinton is also close to the Iranians and supports their takeover of Mosul and southern Iraq, but insisted that was still no reason to lose faith in Clinton's continued support.
"Yeah losing Mosul's kind of a bitch, but what we lose to Iran in Iraq is more than made up with gains in Syria. Plus maybe she'll start a war with Russia, and infidels killing infidels is what we want, so let's get behind that, and keep our eyes on the prize. Not to mention she's going to invite thousands of us into the U.S no questions asked, I mean damn, we would have paid someone off for that, but she's going to give us that I bet the Saudis are pissed at that one." Said Baghadi according to an unconfirmed source.

When asked about the endorsement there was no word from the Clinton campaign, although an unconfirmed Clinton supporter said the endorsement should be looked at as a positive for Hillary.
"Ok, yes they're committing genocide and raping and pillaging their way across the Middle East, but they're also a very diverse group, and it speaks to the level of diversity that Hillary's campaign attracts in getting a endorsement like that. I'd like to see Trump get an endorsement like that, ISIS just isn't white enough for him, like all of his deplorable followers."


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