Group To Use Bullets With Pig Blood On Muslims (Video)


A Texas militia group says it plans to use bullets dipped in blood from a pig or bacon grease against Muslims who are allegedly plotting to kill white people (video below).

The militia was recently interviewed by AJ+ as they fired their guns off a bridge.

"A lot of us here are using either pig’s blood or bacon grease on our bullets, packing it in the middle," an unidentified militia member told the news site. "So that when you shoot a Muslim they go straight to hell. That’s what they believe in their religion."

It's not clear where the man got his information about Islam.

A second militia member added, "Don’t f--- with white people," before demonstrating his shooting ability to the AJ+ reporter.

When the reporter asked him what he would do if there were a group of Muslims, the man fired several rounds quickly.

"The next step in jihad does not involve random sporadic attacks," the first militia man insisted. "They start killing people. They start slaughtering people wholesale. I'm not going to wait until we get to that point. I'm going to start doing something about it now."

Hate groups have grown 14 percent in the past year, and Texas has more of them than any state, AJ+ reports.

"We're not going to take these threats and these actions by domestic terrorists, Nation of Islam and their militant wings like the Black Panthers and the Fruits of Islam who threaten to kill white people, white babies and cops," the first militia man added.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump mentioned the same pig's blood and bullets idea to fight Muslim terrorism during a speech in North Charleston, South Carolina, the New York Daily News reported in February.

Trump said U.S. Gen. John Pershing had his troops use pig's blood bullets to execute supposed Muslim terrorists in the Philippines when the U.S. was occupying the country before World War I.

The tale, which is unlikely to be true, has been circulating on the Internet for years, according to Snopes.

Sources: AJ+/TwitterNew York Daily NewsSnopes / Photo Credit: AJ+/Twittervia YouTube

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