Father Of Orlando Terrorist Featured At Hillary Clinton Rally, Sings Praises About Her
At Hillary Clinton’s campaign rally in Kissimmee, Florida on Monday night, a frighteningly familiar face was spotted in the crowd directly behind Clinton.
The man that was sitting only a few feet away from Clinton was none other than Seddique Mateen, the father of radical Islamic terrorist Omar Mateen who murdered 49 people at the Pulse nightclub in June. According to Fox, Seddique was seen cheering and applauding Clinton throughout her speech.
Seddique sat watching as Hillary Clinton spoke about the deadliest terrorist attack on American soil since 9/11. “I know how many people, family members, loved ones, friends are still grieving,” Clinton said. “We will be with you as you rebuild your lives because we can’t ever let that kind of hatred and violence break the spirit, break the soul of any place in America.”
Seddique’s appearance is both disturbing and incredulous due to the fact that his son slaughtered 49 people just two months ago. He also openly supports the Taliban in Afghanistan and has spoken out strongly against homosexuality saying that “Allah will punish those involved in homosexuality.” A presidential candidate should want to distance themselves from a dangerous man like this at all costs.
After the rally, Seddique was asked why he supports the Democratic nominee. “Hillary Clinton is good for the Unites States versus Donald Trump who has no solutions,” Seddique said. He also added that he supports “everything Clinton has to say, especially her gun control measures.”
As for being so prominently placed up in the front near Clinton, Seddique said that he had been invited to the rally. Clinton’s campaign tried to distance themselves from the fiasco by claiming they were not aware of his presence.
The most shocking part of this story is that the mainstream media is silent about it.
Imagine for a second if the tables were turned and an anti-American, anti-LGBT terrorist’s father were seated directly behind Trump at one of his rallies. The outrage would be deafening…