Osama bin Laden's niece says only Trump can prevent another 9/11 because he 'stops terrorists at the root'

OSAMA bin Laden's niece, Noor Bin Ladin, has said Trump is the only president who can prevent another 9/11 attack on America.

Ladin, who is an avid Trump supporter, and regularly sports a Make America Great again hat – as well as occasionally Trump bedtime onesie -said she has backed the president since 2015.

“I have been a supporter of President Trump since he announced he was running in the early days in 2015. I have watched from afar and I admire this man’s resolve,” she told the New York Post in her first ever interview.

“He must be reelected … It’s vital for the future of not only America, but western civilization as a whole.”

“ISIS proliferated under the Obama/Biden administration, leading to them coming to Europe," the 33-year-old continued.

"Trump has shown he protects America and us by extension from foreign threats by obliterating terrorists at the root and before they get a chance to strike."


"[Radical Islam] has completely infiltrated our society,” bin Ladin continued.

“In the US it’s very worrying that the left has aligned itself completely with the people who share that ideology."

In April, documents resurfaced that showed bin Laden wanted to  assassinate President Barack Obama so "totally unprepared" Joe Biden would be president.

The papers, seized during the raid on bin Laden's Pakistan compound in 2011, were declassified in 2012 but have been republished in the run up to the US presidential election.

“The reason for concentrating on them is that Obama is the head of infidelity and killing him automatically will make [Vice President] Biden take over the presidency," bin Laden wrote to a top deputy.

"Biden is totally unprepared for that post, which will lead the U.S. into a crisis.

"As for Petraeus, he is the man of the hour…and killing him would alter the war's path [in Afghanistan]."





The documents were republished by The Daily Wire, a right-wing news organization headed up by Ben Shapiro, and Fox News.

An instagram account seemingly belonging to Noor Bin Ladin regularly posts images with the hashtag #QAnon.

The group's origins lie in the Pizzagate conspiracy which became mainstream in December 2016 when a man charged into a Washington DC pizza parlour demanded to see a basement that did not exist.

The man, Edgar M.Welch, believed the restaurant was being used as a front to hide an underground child sex trafficking ring.

QAnon believes Trump and special counsel Robert Mueller are waging a secret battle against this alleged paedophile group.

Supporters of the entirely unfounded theory believe that this ring is filled with celebrities and political elites, who have been covertly running the United States government for decades.

The movement gained more press coverage after a supporter held a vast letter Q at a Trump rally in Pennsylvania in August 2018.

In June 2018, an armed QAnon follower blocked traffic at the Hoover Dam, demanding the president release a report allegedly tying past presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton to the alleged sex ring.

The protester, Matthew Wright, pleaded guilty to terrorism charges in February 2020.

The bizarre theory has gained cult status among some followers, with Q-related products such as T-shirts, mugs and jewellery available.

In August, Facebook announced it had axed thousands of QAnon conspiracy accounts only hours before Donald Trump said "I heard they like me very much".

The ban included around 900 pages and fan groups and 1,500 ads supporting the pro-Trump conspiracy which alleges he is saving the world from a satanic, sex-trafficking establishment among other bizarre claims.

In the same month, Trump invited a QAnon-supporter to the White House for his Republican National Convention speech.

Marjorie Taylor Greene – a QAnon conspiracy theorist who won a GOP nomination for a Congressional seat earlier this month said she was "thrilled and honored".

Green is a loyal Trump supporter, who is pro-gun, pro-border wall and anti-abortion.

Greene said black and hispanic men are held back by “gangs and dealing drugs."

She also peddled an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory that Jewish billionaire philanthropist George Soros is a Nazis collaborator.

Greene has also expressed support for QAnon, along with other candidates like Lauren Boeber in Colorado.

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