As jihadi attacks continue, France’s socialist president endorses Hillary, slams Trump

Even as France suffers yet another Muslim terror attack, the country’s socialist president, Francois Hollande, has come out to endorse Hillary Clinton for President of the United States. He also attacked Donald Trump as “dangerous.”

Less than a day after an Islamist from Tunisia used a large delivery truck to run down and kill dozens of people in the French city of Nice, an interview with President Hollande was printed in France’s Les Echos newspaper in which he endorsed the U.S. presidential candidate who most aligns with his own socialist, open borders, mass immigration views.

Saying, “the best thing the Democrats can do is to get Hillary Clinton elected,” Hollande went on to attack Trump as “dangerous,” according to Politico.

Even after his country has suffered wave after wave of terror attacks, the French president went on to vehemently disagree with Trump’s temporary ban on Muslim immigration.

Hollande also said Trump’s campaign “slogans are barely different from the extreme right in Europe and in France.” The French leader also accused Trump of inciting “fear of waves of immigrants, the stigmatization of Islam, the questioning of representative democracy and the denunciation of elites.”

The French president was also not a fan of Trump’s goal to “put America first” calling the idea “dangerous.”

As his country withstands multiple and ongoing terror attacks, Hollande’s endorsement of Hillary Clinton seems to portend the same sort of leadership in the United States.

In fact, Clinton has vowed to bring in over a million Muslim “refugees” into the U,S. in just her first year in office alone, according to Breitbart News.

France has been the epicenter of Islamist terror attacks for decades, but since 2010 the number of attacks and the long list of the dead have grown wildly.

According to Australian News, there have been nearly a dozen major attacks since 2010

July 14, 2016: A yet-to-be identified driver ploughed a truck into a mass of Bastille Day spectators and fired rounds at them along the famed Promenade des Anglais seafront in Nice. At least 80 people were killed and many more wounded.

June 13, 2016: Convicted terrorist Larossi Abballa stabs two married police officers in their home in Magnanville in an attack claimed by IS. Abballa holds the couple’s three-year-old son hostage and live streams the murder of his parents to Facebook before police storm the home and rescue the child.

November 13, 2015: IS terrorists simultaneously attack public sites in Paris, killing 130 and wounding more than 350 in the worst attack on France’s soil since World War II. IS claims responsibility, calling the attacks the “first of the storm.”

August 21, 2015: Ayoub El Kahzani boards a Thalys train from Amsterdam to France armed with a Kalashnikov assault rifle, pistol, ammunition, and a box cutter. Two US servicemen and two Europeans observed the suspect preparing to attack and intervened, preventing the suspect from inflicting what French President Francois Hollande said could have been “a true carnage.” El Kahzani was kept on an international watch list and had reportedly travelled to Syria in 2014.

April 19, 2015: Algerian extremist Sid Ahmed Glam attempts to gun down a church in the suburbs of Paris.

June 26, 2015: Yassine Salhi, drives into an American-owned gas factory in southeastern France.
He throws gas canisters in the yard outside, and decapitates a man (Salhi’s boss), covering the victim’s head in the Muslim declaration of faith, “There is no God but God and Muhammad is his prophet.” A flag emblazoned with Islamist inscriptions is found at the site of the attack.

January 7, 2015 — January 9, 2015: Brothers Cherif and Said Kouachi launch a deadly assault on the offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, killing 12 in the name of al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP). The Charlie Hebdo attack is the deadliest on French soil in more than 50 years. In the days following the attack, gunman Amedy Coulibaly goes on a shooting rampage, killing a policewoman before taking and killing hostages at a kosher supermarket in the name of IS.

May 24, 2014: French-born jihadist Mehdi Nemmouche kills four at a Jewish Museum in Brussels.

May 25, 2013: Muslim convert and Islamist Alexandre Dhaussy stabs a French soldier in a suburb of Paris.

March 2012: Gunman Mohammed Merah goes on shooting spree in southern France, killing seven.

November 2, 2011: Charlie Hebdo offices are firebombed.

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