Green Party Presidential Candidate Doesn't Think Killing 49 Gay People Counts As An Attack

Judith Butler has claimed that Islamic terror groups are progressive. Maybe Jill Stein agrees. Either that or she's utterly unaware of anything that happened after 1932. Considering that she is the Green Party candidate, that is an entirely real possibility.

Green Party presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein insisted that the Islamic State wasn’t a threat to the United States on Wednesday night at a CNN town hall.

U.S. Marine Corps Veteran Alexander McCoy, who is leaning towards supporting Hillary Clinton for President, asked Stein whether she thought that ISIS is a threat to the U.S. and whether she would use allies in the Middle East to defeat them.

Stein responded by saying that there are international rules of engagement and that a country needs to be an “imminent” threat before attacking them.

“Clearly, that threshold has not been met. ISIS is not about to launch a major attack against our country,” Stein said.

Does killing 49 gay people in Orlando count? Apparently not to Dr. Jill Stein, PhD, MA, NL, CS, GT.

Does constantly plotting terror attacks count as an imminent threat? Not to the Green Party which decided that its figurehead needed to be even more delusional and ideologically driven than Bernie Sanders.

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