It seems the narrative about the tragic shooting in Orlando has been forged. And according to the former wife of the shooter, he was gay and has nothing to do with ISIS…
FBI Told the Orlando Shooter’s Ex-Wife NOT to Tell Media He was Gay
On Tuesday, Marco Diaz, the current fiancé of Orlando shooter Omar Mateen’s former wife Sitora Yusufiy, told Brazilian television station SBT Brazil that Yusufiy believed Mateen was gay and that she had witnessed Mateen’s father call him gay several times, but that “the FBI asked her not to tell this to the American media.”
The FBI and law enforcement in the United States have steadfastly stuck to a narrative of “Islamist terrorism,” with their alleged demand from Mateen’s ex-wife to remain silent about his homosexual proclivities suggesting they want to downplay the glaring personal and self-hating nature of the attack in favor of the Islamic terrorism-related one that helps increase governmental power and control.
Following the Orlando massacre, Mateen’s action had been labeled as an act of “Islamic terrorism” by a wide spectrum of talking heads and politicians after widespread reports of his pledging support to the Islamic State (ISIS), but there’s much more to this story than what is being generally reported in the mainstream media.
Yusufiy says that just months into their marriage, Mateen started emotionally and physically abusing her – exploding in anger and often beating her. She claims her family “literally rescued” her from the abusive relationship and his mental instability.
In addition, a former classmate of Mateen said that the killer, who is reported to have been a regular at the gay nightclub, had previously asked him out romantically. Kevin West, a regular at Pulse, told the Los Angeles Times he had exchanged messages with Mateen on a gay dating app.
On Wednesday, representatives for gay dating apps Jack’d and Grindr said they had been contacted by the FBI as part of the Orlando shooting investigation. Representatives for the companies said they would not provide any information on whether Mateen had profiles on those sites due to those details being part of a classified investigation. In response to an inquiry from BuzzFeed News, Grindr released a statement saying: “We will continue to cooperate with the authorities and do not comment on ongoing investigations.”
Another oddity for someone purported by the media narrative to be an “Islamist terrorist” was Mateen’s call to police in which he allegedly pledged loyalty to the Islamic State during the attack, as he had previously espoused support for both Hezbollah and al-Qaeda — each of these groups have drastically different interpretations of Islam and are currently fighting against one another on opposite sides of the Syrian civil war, with both Hezbollah and al-Qaeda actively engaged in fighting against ISIS as well.