The father of a terrorist had a pretty good seat at Hillary Clinton’s rally on Monday.
Before her rally in Kissimmee, Florida, Hillary paid tribute to the victims of the Orlando massacre earlier this year:
“I know how many people, families, loved ones, and friends are still grieving, and we will be with you as you rebuild your lives.”
But look at the guy holding up a cell phone behind her:
Yep, that’s Seddique Mateen, the father of the terrorist who killed 49 people at Pulse Night Club earlier this year.
Mateen spoke with WPTV, and told them:
“We’ve been cooperating with the federal government, and that’s about it,” he said. “Thank you.” Mateen didn’t want to answer any other questions, but just hours later, we ran into him by chance at a rest stop on the way back to West Palm Beach. He wanted to do an interview and show us a sign he made for Clinton.
“Hillary Clinton is good for United States versus Donald Trump, who has no solutions,” he said.
He even had a sign praising her:
When the station asked why he was at a rally so close to where his son murdered so many Americans, Mateen said:
“I spoke a lot about that and wish that my son joined the Army and fought ISIS. That would be much better,” he said.
“It’s a Democratic party, so everyone can join.”
Watch the full interview below: