College Students Sign Fake Petition to Support ISIS Terrorists (Video)

| by Michael Allen

ISIS has become the most famous terrorist group in the world thanks to its invasions of Syria and Iraq, and video beheadings of two Americans and one British citizen.

President Obama refuses to put troops on the ground, while leading Republicans warn that ISIS will invade the U.S. if the president does not. Regardless of political affiliation, it's impossible to escape the media coverage of ISIS, unless you're a student at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va.

Dan Joseph, of the conservative Media Research Center, recently asked students at the respected college to sign a fake petition calling on President Obama to support ISIS on the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks (video below).

Joseph told students that President Obama shouldn't bomb ISIS, which the president has been doing for weeks.

Joseph wrote on

Over the period of about an hour, I stood on the campus of George Mason University in Northern Virginia and asked passing students to sign my petition. The petition was adorned with the ISIS flag above the unambiguous headline, “SUPPORT ISIS.” I was able to accumulate 11 signatures and email addresses from students at this institute of higher education.

...Several students refused to sign and a couple even hurled expletives at me when I told them what I was doing. At one point, I was concerned that I might get beat up. To be fair, I probably deserved it.

Sources: Media Research Center,