Campaign Launched on Crowdfunding Site to Send Director Josh Fox to Hug it Out with ISIS

All eyes are on Josh Fox. Will yet another liberal disappoint by claiming that only love heals, but then abandon their own principals when action is required of them?


Now famous, though not for his film career, documentary director Josh Fox is being called to put some action behind his words.  Last week, following President Trump’s use of the MOAB on an ISIS location in Afghanistan, Fox took to Twitter to condemn the attack – further claiming that only loves stops hate.

The calls for hugs and kisses as a defense strategy set social media ablaze with more practical and realistic individuals breaking down Fox’s hilarious cries for social justice.

Now, several days later, those opposed to Fox’s comments have challenged the director to live up to his words.  A crowdfunding campaign was launched today on Generosity.com in order to raise funds and “Send Josh Fox to Hug ISIS.’ The campaign quickly hit its goal and continues to raise funds.  The only question now, will Fox board a plane and head to Afghanistan to hug the extremely welcoming and supportive individuals associated with ISIS? I have placed my bet.

Read the original article on Fox’s crazed sentiments below.

“The pure ignorance from a person who enjoys the freedom to give such uninformed opinions is astounding.”

Documentary director Josh Fox found himself the subject of a social media roast when he took to Twitter to deliver his two cents on defeating the terrorist organization ISIS.  In the wake of the “Mother of all bombs” being dropped on an ISIS stronghold in Afghanistan, Fox got online to condemn the bombing that is now being reported to have taken out 94 militant fighters.

Referring to the US Air Force action as “murder” and an “abomination,” Fox expressed his disgust that such ordinance even exists.  He went on to offer a solution to the worldwide problem of terrorism by stating, “Love your enemy.  Don’t create more of them.  Teachers, diplomacy, culture and aid helps peace.  Bombs don’t.”

Fox is a liberal activist who specializes in documentaries.  While he may have found success in the film industry, I wouldn’t advise him to pursue a career in foreign policy.  It seems like there are quite a few social media experts these days who get online to spout off some crazy rhetoric that can only be seen through the lens of those with absolutely no experience in such matters.

I would like to see in detail how Fox intends to offer love to an organization that beheads human beings while they are still alive.  Perhaps he can travel to one of the many war-torn countries and knock on the door of its militants to offer a solution of love and aid.  The pure ignorance from a person who enjoys the freedom to give such uninformed opinions is astounding.  I’m starting to wonder if Hollywood thinks the real world works like its films.  Can we invite ISIS to dinner and hug it out?  Josh Fox seems to think so.  His posts on Twitter read like a learned man dropping knowledge on the likes of combat veterans who have been through hell and back after approaching situations in places like Afghanistan in order to “win hearts and minds.”

Josh Fox should draft an operation order and send it to Secretary of Defense—Gen. James Mattis—with his mission statement on how he plans to combat terrorism with rainbows and sunshine.  He also claims that he’s studied the MOAB for years and “it’s a disgusting device designed to inflict maximum casualties.”  You don’t say!  Why on earth would the United States Armed Forces possess such things?

It always makes me laugh when those without so much as a failed attempt at basic training for any branch of the military deliver an awkward narrative on how to win wars.  Somewhere in the United States is an 18-year-old kid shaking in his boots at a Marine Corps Recruiting Depot praying that he won’t miss a step as he learns to march and he has more courage than the likes of Josh Fox will ever possess.  If this is what it means to be “woke” then I think I’ll stay napping.

Original piece by Angelina Newsom.

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