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ISIS downplays Hillary Clinton’s historic feminist presidency as "tiny setback" to male supremacist cause: "Guys, we can still win this"

ISIS downplays Hillary Clinton’s historic feminist presidency as "tiny setback" to male supremacist cause: "Guys, we can still win this"

RIYAHD -- On Tuesday, ISIS's Syrian spokesman conceded that the election of noted feminist and woman Hillary Clinton to the U.S. Presidency was "not ideal in terms of optics."

"Obviously, we're disappointed," he said, before insisting that Clinton's becoming the "most powerful person on earth" represented a "mere hiccup" in the organisation's ongoing work of violently establishing a male supremacist world-order. 

"Sure, this isn't the kind of image I want my daughter to see," he said. "But hopefully, Hillary Clinton's flagrant literacy, intellectual accomplishment, courageous pursuit of equality, and contagious desire to do good in the world will galvanize all the misogynists we haven't been able to reach through our traditional social media outreach," he said. 

"Already, Google Analytics is showing that we're experiencing a surge of online interest from single white men in Alabama, Manhattan, and coffee shops across from Planned Parenthoods. In some sense, she may prove to be ISIS's latter-day founder."

 

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