Veterans Against ISIS founder Sean Rowe appeared on FNC’s “The O’Reilly Factor” on Friday to discuss his group’s intentions to fight ISIS overseas and how the current group of 24 will need assistance with funding for supplies and arms before heading over.
O’Reilly begged Rowe to consider the consequences but a confident Rowe did not waiver.
“We can’t let fear incapacitate us, Bill,” Rowe explained. “They need help over there. No one can disagree with that. And who better than American veterans?”
O’Reilly then asked Rowe how he was getting the money, to which he replied, “We are funding ourselves mostly and that’s why we are reaching out for help because we are going to need all the help we can get in what is sure to be a lengthy and demanding mission.”
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