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(NaturalNews) This story takes on additional significance in the wake of the horrendous murders of 128 people in France just days ago by operatives of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

Spoof interviewer Mark Dice, known for his videos featuring clueless American liberals who regularly voice approval for made-up initiatives involving the loss of basic constitutional rights, has struck again, and this time he's found more than a few supporters of Democrat presidential contender Hillary Clinton who say they favor the adoption of Islamic Sharia law in the U.S.

As the video opens, Dice is talking to a young woman, saying to her, "One of Hillary's primary campaign promises to expand the Sharia law program in minority communities in America... You think that's the right campaign platform to be running on?"

The young woman smiles slightly, begins nodding her head and says, "Yeah."

"Sharia law expansion?" Dice prompts.

"Yes," she says, "I'd say yes."

"To change the way women are treated in America?" Dice prompts further, knowing all along that under Sharia law in Muslim countries, women are treated very unfairly and even violently.

"Absolutely," the young lady insists. "Absolutely."

"Hillary knows what's best?" asks Dice.

"Hillary's cool," says the lady. "I'm goin' for it."

Whatever Hillary wants

Next, Dice interviews another young lady, asking, "Do you think Sharia law is the right thing, is it the right time for that in America?"

"I don't know, I don't think it'd be a bad thing," she responds.

Dice nest finds yet another young lady, whom he asks, "One of Hillary's platforms is to spread Sharia law within the minority community – you think that's the right thing to do?" while nodding his head slightly.

Appearing unsure, the young lady hesitates a bit, but then says, "I guess so. Yeah..."

Dice then asks another young lady, "Would you support Hillary Clinton's Sharia law program? You think that's the right thing for the New World Order?"

"Sure," the girl shoots back, smiling. "Yeah, I would."

And another: "Hillary Clinton, running for president, obviously could potentially be the first female president, in the United States... Part of her campaign promise is to implement the Sharia law program in the minority communities and in the middle class – you think she's on the right track?" he asked, nodding again.

Hesitation, then, looking up at her male companion, she smiled and said, "Sure."

"You going to be voting for Hillary?" Dice asked next.

"Sure," she answered.

Next girl. "You think that's the right way to take America forward, Hillary Clinton's Sharia law expansion?"

Sure. Why not?

"Hillary, being involved in politics for several decades, decided that expanding Sharia law in the United States is the best way to move America forward," Dice asks a pair of young ladies next. "Do you think that's the right idea?"

'I'm not sure... but sure!'

"I don't know exactly what Sharia law is, so I can't..." said one.

"Sounds like it's a step in the right direction," says the second, "but... I don't know exactly what Sharia law is."

"Hillary has decided that expanding Sharia law is one of her primary campaign platforms... you think that's probably the right thing to do?" Dice repeated to the second girl.

After pausing for a moment, she answered, "Yeah. Sure, why not? Yeah."

A YouTube description of the video notes the uniformity and groupthink associated with liberal Democrat Clinton's candidacy in one of the bluest states in the country:

Hillary Clinton supporters in California mindlessly agree with anything and everything Hillary supposedly says. In an experiment, media analyst Mark Dice tells Hillary fans that one of her primary campaign promises is to implement Sharia Law in America. Mark Dice's shocking Man on the Street Monday series continues.

See more of Dice's interviews here, here and here.





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