(CNN) The man behind the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history mentioned ISIS in a 911 call during the attack, but details are still emerging about his ties to the terror group.
Why should the soldiers father support Hillary and not Donald Trump.
Hillary was always a supporter of the Iraq war and voted for it.
Trump was correct with both positions.
Trump voted for George W. Bush, and once the U.S. became involved he supported the U.S. and coalition efforts to topple Saddam Hussein.
For his part Mr. Trump was always against the war in Iraq and frequently said so. (Source)
For his part, the pro-Taliban father of the Orlando terrorist who slaughtered 49 people in a gay nightclub released a video Monday hours after the massacre saying, “God will punish those involved in homosexuality.”
He condemns homosexuality.
According to the Palm Beach Post, the FBI is investigating reports that Orlando nightclub shooter Omar Mateen used gay dating apps and regularly visited Pulse before he shot more than 100 people inside, killing 49. (Source)
Omar Mateen was a very confused individual to say the very least.
While he claimed to be vehemently opposed to homosexuality he was a homosexual as well and pledging his solidarity to ISIS and acts of terrorism in the U.S.
A 911 call could offer a clue.
The shooter’s ex-wife, Sitora Yusufiy, held a press conference on Sunday.
Being a jihadist is clearly another form of mental illness.
Before Mateen flipped out, the couple had a cute baby boy.
She said she believed Mateen , who she said abused her periodically during their relationship, was emotionally unstable and suffered from mental illness.
“In the beginning he was a normal being that cared about family, loved to joke, loved to have fun, but then a few months after we were married I saw his instability.
I saw that he was bipolar and he would get mad out of nowhere.
That’s when I started worrying about my safety,” she said.
Yusufiy, who met Mateen online about seven years ago, said the abuse she suffered at Mateen’s hands became so horrific that her family was forced to “rescue her,” and she described the night she left all her belongings and fled.
“He started abusing me physically, very often, and not allowing me to speak to my family, keeping me hostage from them,” Yusufiy said.
“[My family] had to pull me out of his arms and find an emergency flight. … I made a police report.”
At least five people have come forward saying they saw Mateen at gay clubs, painting a complicated portrait of the American-born Muslim whom the FBI believes was radicalized by terrorist groups.
Hillary was for the war in Iraq and voted for it, while Mr. Trump was always against the war and has said so repeatedly.
This individual’s angst and anger are misdirected at Donald Trump who had nothing to do with his son’s death.
They are no different from other Hillary supporters who cannot name a serious accomplishment of Mrs. Clinton while the Jr. Senator from New York to when she was Secretary of state.
Facts are on the side of the contrary position, she did a woeful period.
The father of Orlando shooter Omar Mateen was spotted sitting behind Hillary Clinton at a campaign rally in Florida.
Seddique Mateen, whose son carried out the deadliest mass shooting in US history in June at the Pulse nightclub, looked on as Clinton began her speech on Monday in Kissimmee recalling the terror attack.
“Bill and I were in Orlando about two weeks ago, and we had a chance to sit down with Mayor Dyer, other elected officials, members of the clergy, of the brave police officers who rushed into the Pulse nightclub massacre to save lives,” Clinton said, according to a transcript released by her presidential campaign.
“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.”
In a statement to the press, the Clinton campaign said: “The rally was a 3,000-person, open-door event for the public. This individual wasn’t invited as a guest and the campaign was unaware of his attendance until after the event.”
Later, in another interview with the station, the father endorsed Clinton.
“Hillary Clinton is good for United States versus Donald Trump, who has no solutions,” the father of the gunman said.
He added: “I … wish that my son joined the Army and fought ISIS.
That would be much better.”
The Clinton campaign did not respond to a request from The Post asking whether it accepted Mateen’s endorsement.