Donald Trump, like him or hate him, seems to have no problem saying what’s on his mind—and given his rising poll numbers, what’s on the mind of a growing number of Americans fed up with the status quo in politics.
The left—politicians and media outlets—struggled to accurately define the nature of the bombing attacks in New York and New Jersey. Not Trump.
The Conservative Tribune has Trump’s “inflammatory” statement:
“You’ll never solve the problem if you’re afraid to use the real name,” Trump said, Fox News reported. “This is radical Islamic terrorism.”
Trump outright called for law enforcement officials to start profiling radical Muslims in order to keep terrorism at bay from America. That’s not inflammatory—it’s just common sense.
On Fox & Friends, Trump sent out kudos to police for fighting terrorism, but then pointed at the problems with political correctness.
“In Israel,” he said, “they profile in their country and do an unbelievable job, as good as you can do.”
But in America?
The threat of terrorism is only going to grow worse, Trump said, unless the left’s penchant for political correctness is tossed to the side, and unless Democrats are told they can’t import any more refugees from Syria.
“We’ve been weak,” Trump said, referring to refugees as “a cancer from within” that needs to be blotted.
Source: Conservative Tribune