Marco Rubio Wants To See Islamic State Tears On YouTube

Republican presidential candidate, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) speaks at the Growth and Opportunity Party, at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines, Iowa, Saturday October 31, 2015. With just 93 days before the Iowa caucuses Republican hopefuls are trying to shore up support amongst the party.
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Sen. Marco Rubio has a new idea for combating Islamic State terrorists. Put their tears on YouTube.

“I want the world to see how these ISIS leaders cry like babies when they’re captured,” he said at a town hall event in Carol, Iowa yesterday according to CNN. “I want the world to see how these ISIS leaders, once captured, begin to sing like canaries if they survive.”

Rubio thinks it’s time to turn the tables on ISIS by using the internet to highlight their failures and the celebrate victories of U.S. backed fighters.

“We should be carrying out attacks against leadership nodes, videotaping the whole thing, and putting it up on YouTube so the world can see these people are not invincible,” Rubio said. “I want these young fighters around the world that are thinking of joining ISIS because they’re unstoppable to have second thoughts about it once they see how easily humiliated they are by American power.”