Earlier this week, the State Department’s Marie Harf laughably asserted that ISIS terrorists might feel less terrorism-inclined if they had some decent jobs to occupy their time.
Maybe this’ll shut her up:
More from Sky News:
De-classified documents reveal details about the life led by Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi before he became leader of Islamic State, the terrorist organisation that has sadistically murdered thousands of people in Syria, Iraq and Libya, including beheading western hostages.
His occupation was written as “ADMINISTRATIVE WORK (SECRETARY)”.
What a difference a decade makes. The former secretary from Fallujah is now the most reviled terrorist on the planet, heading a band of murdering thugs, bent on the establishment of an Islamist caliphate carved across the Middle East.
Yep. Although, to be fair, there is one thing we haven’t considered: