You know how much I care about a chick who left her home in Alabama to marry an ISIS fighter and encourage terrorists to “go on drivebys and spill all of (Americans’) blood?”
So, this 25 year old chick named Hoda Muthana, gets in touch with ISIS fighters via social media, is stupid enough to fall for their propaganda, starts spreading their crap all over Twitter, leaves her US home in 2014 to go to Syria, burns her passport and declares allegiance to the caliphate, marries an Australian-born ISIS dude who gets killed the following year, marries another terrorist from Tunisia, has a kid with him, he then dies, and she then marries a third terrorist who she then divorces, and now she’s all, “I want my son to be around my family, I want to go to school, I want to have a job, and I want to have my own car.”
Yeah. She can suck it.
Apparently, Hoda’s US citizenship is questionable anyway, since she was born to a Yemeni diplomat in 1994 whose refugee status didn’t kick in until after her birth. Sec’y of State Mike Pompeo has zero f*cks to give about Hoda, saying earlier this year, “Ms. Hoda Muthana is not a U.S. citizen and will not be admitted into the United States. She’s a terrorist.”
It wasn’t until ISIS was pretty well shredded in Syria that Hoda decided maaaaaaybe the US was a cooler place to live. She surrendered to coalition forces this past January and has been asking to come back to the US ever since, claiming she “regrets every single thing” about her former beliefs and views. The refugee camp she currently lives in feels “increasingly unsafe for her and her young child” and it’s “hard to get up in the morning.”
I couldn’t feel less sorry for her.
Just like I couldn’t feel less sorry for this moron.
Back to Hoda Muthana though. Hoda says if she’s allowed back into the US, she’d be OK with facing justice for her actions. She said, “They can watch over me 24/7, I’d be OK with that.”
Why should our tax dollars be wasted on watching her?
You made your bed, Hoda.
Here’s a reminder of the kind of messaging she was putting out into the world.