Multiple college students signed a petition to support the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) last week.
Media Research Center TV reporter Dan Joseph went to the campus of George Mason University on Thursday, Sept. 11, and collected a dozen signatures from students on a petition to President Barack Obama to not only stop bombing ISIS, but also actively support the terrorist group. ISIS has beheaded two American journalists, James Foley and Steven Sotloff.
By supporting ISIS instead of bombing them we think we can avoid war,” Joseph explains to one signee in the video. “And uh, you know, they’re just like just like us — only with slightly more beheadings.”
“Oh they’re the ones that kept beheading us?” the student said before signing the petition.
“Every religion has their moments,” explained one girl who signed the petition. “I mean, come on, we can — don’t even get me started where the Christians used to, uh, what they did to the non-believers once upon a time.”
To their credit, a few students were outraged by the petition.
“What the fuck?” one student said. “People are [expletives].” Asked why he thinks some students signed the petition, he said it’s because “they don’t watch the news and they vote uneducated that’s why.”
“For you to stand out here and do that, when they beheaded two americans on live TV, that’s fucking disgraceful!” another student said. “You should be ashamed to call yourself, to even live in this country.”
“At least some people get it,” Joseph remarks, but later concludes. “We’re screwed America.”
An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated the students were from George Washington University.