George Clooney’s Muslim Wife Stuns Hollywood, Says 7 Words At UN That Shock Everyone

While her delusional husband, George Clooney, has actively spoken against our president at any venue foolish enough to give him a mic, his wife is much more level-headed.

Amal Clooney is a human rights lawyer, and the lives of those effected by ISIS are a primary concern of hers, and those she works with. She boldly took a stand last Thursday to address the U.N. on their dangerous indifference toward the terrorist group.

Often thought of as George Clooney’s beautiful “trophy wife,” Amal Clooney surprised us all by proving she, unlike her husband, actually has a working brain– and she’s using her brain for the benefit of the American people!

“Don’t let ISIS get away with genocide,” said Amal Clooney to the U.N. on March 9. The formerly-silent Muslim wife of George Clooney made a passionate speech, echoing the sentiments of President Trump and We the People!

“The president-elect has said that battling ISIS is really a need,” Amal Clooney said. “So it might be that there can be advance, and clearly everybody needs to regard the result of the popularity based process here, and we need to seek after the best.”

Unlike her leftist husband, Amal Clooney has chosen to put her faith in our president, and even has an optimistic view of his stance on fighting against ISIS. Like the American people who voted Trump into office, Mrs. Clooney recognizes that Trump’s plans to annihilate ISIS are both just and NEEDED for our safety.

Amal Clooney is one of the last people we would have expected to call out the U.N. on their weaknesses, but we’re happy she did it. Here’s hoping more famous individuals break from their Hollywood ties and follow suit!

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Source: https://newstodayhouse.com

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