Threat From Within: Terrorist Recruiting Video Uses Black Lives Matter Talking Points (Video)

Threat From Within: Terrorist Recruiting Video Uses Black Lives Matter Talking Points (Video)

A terrorist recruiting video has been released by the Somalian al-Qaeda affiliate Al Shabaab that is designed to recruit black Americans to be terrorist jihadists using the messaging of the leftist activist group ‘Black Lives Matter.’

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Breitbart Reports:

A recently released video from the Somalian al-Qaeda affiliate Al Shabaab designed to recruit black Americans to be terrorist jihadists uses the messaging of the leftist activist group Black Lives Matter.

The video is known as “the Donald Trump” terror recruiting video, because it features twenty seconds of Trump that Al Shabaab says shows the United States is hostile to Islam.

As Breitbart News has reported, the video gained notoriety in the wake of false claims made by Hillary Clinton during a Democrat debate that Trump was featured in a terror recruiting video. That wasn’t true at the time, but the terrorists took Clinton’s advice and included Trump in their newest release.

The sick irony is that video was made by a group violently hostile to America using talking points lifted directly Black Lives Matter, a group that Democrats Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) have all actively supported.

There’s also every reason to believe the terror recruiting effort may have some success.

Terror Recruiting Video Uses Black Lives Matter Messaging

The Al Shabaab terror video’s talking points are straight out of Black Lives Matter catchphrase dictionary, including accusations of bigotry, institutionalized racism, and mass incarceration.

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