We may never know why President Obama has had such a weak view on terrorism, although we definitely have our suspicions.
While he made a big deal about finding Osama bin Laden and killing him, modern threats to our people and nation have not received the same kind of concern.
Perhaps it’s because he was single-handedly responsible for the current instability of the Middle East and rise of ISIS. Taking a hard stance against radical, Islamic terrorism today would highlight the fact that much of the bloodshed is his fault.
Whatever the reason, we have a president that refuses to acknowledge the true reason behind the many attacks in Europe and the U.S. and continues to do nothing to curtail these acts.
Someone with ample experience in combating terrorism, is speaking out about Obama’s weak approach.
Sunday on New York AM 970 radio’s “The Cats Roundtable,” former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani slammed President Barack Obama in an interview with John Catsimatidis, saying the president has a “lackadaisical attitude” when it comes to dealing with terrorism.
“I think we’re going to see a more peaceful world because we’ll have a president who’s going to put his foot down with regard to this radical Islamic terrorism that’s going on,” Giuliani predicted of Obama’s successor, Donald Trump. “The goal of the United States of America has to be to wipe out radical Islamic terrorism, and that’s so different than we experienced for the last eight years when we made believe it didn’t exist.”
It’s clear that President-elect Donald Trump’s approach to dealing with ISIS and other terrorist threats will be very different than Obama’s. During the campaign, Trump took a strong stance against radical Islamic terrorist groups, promising their complete destruction.
Trump has promised to put American lives and interests first, ahead of being politically correct or kowtowing to foreign nations. It’s that kind of attitude we need to once and for all rid the world of this kind of terrorism.