On the upside, this ISIS supporter has a job, so Marie Harf should be happy.
He’s off the rails.
A disgruntled subway motorman who despises his job wants riders to suffer, too — so he posted a Facebook rant wishing for an ISIS attack on the transit system, The Post has learned.
Robert Bennett, who operates F trains to and from Coney Island, lashed out at riders and his limited break time in the F-bomb-riddled diatribe.
“F–K THIS PLACE, F–K THE MTA, F–K THE UNGRATEFUL GARBAGE WE CALL PASSENGERS,” wrote Bennett, who lives on Staten Island.
“I hope Al Shabah, ISIS or Al Queda [sic] attacks the subway,” he wrote, referring to the terrorist organizations al-Shabaab, ISIS and al Qaeda.
“2 hours on a f–king train and I have 17 minutes before I get on another to go back to Stillwell,” he griped.
The Stillwell Avenue station is a terminal for the F, D, N, and Q subway lines.
The MTA has placed Bennett on restricted duty and launched an investigation. A police spokesperson also said the case is “under review by our Intelligence Bureau.”
“He’s been removed from service right now, pending outcome of an investigation,” the MTA said in a statement.
Poor guy is just down in the dumps or something:
Bennett’s neighbors described him as a gentle soul with two small dogs that he dotes upon.
They said he has been grieving since his girlfriend passed away three years ago. She called him “Little Bear,” and he called her “Little Cub,” they added.