Our weak American leadership

Trump has it right when he blames the Orlando gay massacre on political correctness and weak American leadership. Our little Barry Hussein still can’t find the words “radical Islam” on his teleprompter. Neither can the Bag Lady. How can you fight what you refuse to name?

“’If we do not get tough and smart real fast, we are not going to have a country anymore,’ Trump said in a statement. ‘Because our leaders are weak, I said this was going to happen — and it is only going to get worse. I am trying to save lives and prevent the next terrorist attack. We can’t afford to be politically correct anymore.’”

Instead, Barry and Hillary “fight” the tools used to kill. More gun control on the law-abiding will solve the problem. Hardly. The Orlando killer was a licensed security guard with a Florida state firearms permit. He bought his weapons legally. As a security professional he would have had access under any circumstances. He was not unlike the 9/11 perps who were licensed pilots.

The only thing that distinguished him was his radical understanding of a religion that even in its “benign” form encourages wife beating, killing of gays, Christians, Jews, Hindus, etc. etc. Many defend so-called “good Muslims.” The ones who keep their heads down, fearful of their own radical brethren and the increasingly angry non-Muslims around them.  But Islam is the problem, particularly the radical strain. And weak sisters like Barry and the Hildabeast who refuse even to acknowledge it, let alone start talking about it.

Via Fox News and Instapundit

2 responses to “Our weak American leadership

  1. News is breaking that the shooter’s employer had knowledge from other employees that this guy was a radical nut job – and chose NOT to act on the info because; well, “just because you know he was a Muslim and all and we do not want to be perceived as racist.”

    Let me invoke Jeff Cooper here
    “Laws are not the answer. We have laws against murder. We have laws against kidnapping. We have laws against extortion. And murder, kidnapping, and extortion are on the rise. The answer, it seems to me, is wrath. Let the thug take his chances with an alert, prepared, and angry citizenry. It may very well spoil his whole career.”

  2. Just like Major Hassan before he slew at Fort Hood. His colleagues and superiors knew he was off the rails. They chose not to do anything about it. That’s what’s got to end, this coddling of radical Muslims. Trump’s temporary ban on Muslim immigration isn’t likely to be effective. The Orlando killer was a U.S. citizen. But banning immigration from countries that mandate sharia law (which mandates such savagery as wife beating and the murder of homosexuals) might. Obama and Clinton’s usual preference for diverting attention to ISIS and more gun control is beyond ludicrous and cowardly.