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Fox Yakker: Jihad Couple Had A 'Jihad Baby'

So this jihad husband and wife get together and have this jihad baby.
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The Five is a talk show that airs on Fox 'News' weekdays at 5:00 EST. It is based on a similar scenario as MTV's Real World, where one sane person has to survive among a group of crazy people. Juan Williams is the sane voice of the afternoon crew, at least most of the time.

This afternoon, right before the group arrived at Rahm's woes in Chicago, they talked about the culprits of the San Bernardino massacre just one week ago. Initially, it was thought that Tashfeen Malik was the radicalizing force that transformed her husband Syed Farook into a Jihadist. Some information has come to light that now gives the FBI cause that these two shared their dark beliefs before even meeting.

Dana Perino was trying to figure out how Donald Trump would enforce his Muslim ban among his own business partners. She mentioned how his vagueness in this issue can prove to be extremely inconvenient not just for him, but how about the millions of American Muslims he would be harming? Naturally, the conversation veered towards radicalizing Muslims in this country, so Juan Williams chimed in with his two cents on the whole idea that an American born Muslim gone rogue, seems quite scary to him. That's when Kimberly Guilfoyle contributed this nugget of wisdom.

The evidence is now suggesting that they were both radicalized and put together purposefully as a Jihad team, husband and wife, and then they had a jihad baby, troubling as that seems.

I wonder if the baby was part of the whole Jihad scenario? I can't imagine a six month old baby holds any responsibility for the actions of her parents. I imagine Kimberly probably holds innocent children responsible, since her network only holds the fetus sacred...


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