Well, at least Donald Trump’s not afraid to say the words in one sentence.
What words exactly?
The very ones President Obama, his entire two terms of presidency, could never quite utter, no matter how glaring the facts or in-your-face the evidence.
And those words, bluntly: Radical Islamic.
For instance, the overseas attacker who pulled his gun and shot Russia’s ambassador to Turkey in broad daylight, shouting at the same time, according to some media, “allahu akbar,” is, by most all accounts – the sane ones, at least – an Islamic terrorist.
But Obama still can’t string together the two words in a phrase, preferring instead to chide the rest of the world into believing the Muslim faith is peaceful by nature, and those who commit acts of terror aren’t real or true or genuine believers of Islam.
OK – except it’s the Islamic believers who keep committing all these terrorist atrocities, right?
Trump’s not afraid to say it.
As Western Journalism reported, Trump called for the “‘universal condemnation’ of the ‘radical Islamic terrorist’ who assassinated Russia’s ambassador to Turkey.”
This is a vast difference from the world of Obama, where radical Islam is not a real thing. Trump went on:
“The murder of an ambassador is a violation of all rules of civilized order and must be universally condemned.”
By comparison, this is what came from Obama’s White House.
“This heinous attack on a member of the diplomatic corps is unacceptable and we stand united with Russia and Turkey in our determination to confront terrorism in all of its forms.”
Heinous attack – now there’s a nod at the obvious. And what’s up with the vow to confront terrorism in all its forms? There is really only one form that’s rocking the world right now – and it’s called radical Islam.
Thank goodness Trump’s not afraid to name it. By naming it, he’ll have a chance to defeat it.
Source: Western Journalism