U.S. officers found a hell of a lot of porn on the laptops taken from the Daesh — “up to 80%” of the overall material on the computers was pornography, according to former chief of the Defense Intelligence Agency, Lieutenant General Michael Flynn.

Flynn pointed out this statistic in his book The Field of Fight: How We Can Win the Global War Against Radical Islam and Its Allies. German site Bild obtained an excerpt.

“We looked a ruthless enemy in the eye, the one that raped and exploited women and children, boys and girls, who beheaded people because it pleased him and who watched pornography on his laptop,” Flynn wrote, according to RT.

“At one point we actually had determined that the material on the laptops was up to 80% pornography. These sick, psychopathic enemies were not only unimaginably hideous, but also treacherous and torn.”

Flynn, who was forced to retire in 2014, is outspoken in his support for the war on terror and his concerns on the threat of “radical Islam.”

Extremists’ consumption of explicit content isn’t a revelation — an “extensive” porn library was found in Osama bin Laden’s compound.

The USG has recovered terabytes of the stuff from terrorist computers.

 

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