The world was stunned last week when 84 people were killed in Nice, France by an ISIS-sympathizer. This came as a humiliating blow for Barack Hussein Obama, since it once again proved how wrong he was when he said ISIS has been “contained.”
When Obama responded to the attack, what he had to say was disturbing…
Responding to the horrific terror attack that occurred Thursday evening in Nice, France, President Barack Obama on Friday again resorted to peddling his tired screed about how Americans must stop being Islamophobic and must instead accept any and all Muslims, even the ones who want to blow us to smithereens.
Except that nobody ever said that all Muslims must be targeted. Rather, former House Speaker Newt Gingrichargued Thursday evening that Muslims who subscribe to Shariah law should be deported, lest their radical ideology one day spur them into committing an act of terrorism.
But, of course, that fact did not matter to Obama.
WATCH: Pres. Obama: Suggestions after Nice attack that US Muslims be targeted, tested for beliefs are “repugnant.” https://t.co/yGhFa5KXr8
— NBC Nightly News (@NBCNightlyNews) July 15, 2016
“We cannot give in to fear or turn on each other or sacrifice our way of life,” Obama continued. “We cannot let ourselves be divided by religion because that’s exactly what the terrorists want. We should never do their work for them. And here in the United States, our freedoms keep us strong and safe.”
This man has spent the past seven years lecturing both the American people and the world about the need for so-called “tolerance” and “understanding,” yet what has this rhetoric done for any of us? Nothing, save for make the world that much more dangerous and deadly.
There is nothing innately wrong or unethical about demanding that foreigners who make a home in the United States give up belief systems detrimental to our way of life — and if Obama cannot recognize this, then perhaps he is the one who needs to be deported first.
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