Niger Innis: After Orlando ‘Congress Needs to Declare War’ on ISIS

In the wake of the terrorist attack in Orlando, Niger Innis, the Chairman of Tea Party Forward, told Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Stephen K. Bannon: “I think Congress has some responsibility here. I think those of us that are very, very concerned about the rule of law and having our Bill of Rights curtailed, any of our Bill of Rights, not just the First Amendment but the Second Amendment as well. I think Congress needs to declare war, define the parameters of what that’s going to be and that will give those of us that have concerns about the Bill of Rights, the guidelines and the rules, if you will, to protect them.”

Innis also discussed at length the hypocrisy of Hillary Clinton claiming to advocate for the LGBT community after taking millions in foreign donations from regimes with the worst human rights records when it comes to gays.

In her response to the Islamic terror attack in Orlando, Hillary Clinton called on the governments of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Kuwait to stop allowing their citizens to fund terrorists and to “stop supporting radical schools and mosques.” However, she failed to mention that the Clinton Foundation has spent years accepting millions in donations from countries that throw homosexuals in prison, fine them, sentence them to hard labor, and even execute them for the “crime” of being gay.

For years, Hillary Clinton’s own global foundation welcomed big-dollar donations from countries with some of the worst LGBT-rights records in the world. And it’s worth noting that the Clintons have routinely failed to disclose all the information concerning donations to their foundation.

Breitbart News published a list of eight nations that Hillary Clinton’s foundation took contributions from while those counties’ leaders were enforcing harsh punishments on lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, and transsexual people.

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