No matter what Trump says, his words will be spun against him by leftist ideologues determined to see Hillary Clinton in the White House, as is evident in the article below, entitled “Donald Trump can’t stop talking about Muslims. He probably should.” The article asserts that Trump went from advocating a temporary ban on all Muslims to then officially backing away from that plan and proposing a ban on immigrants and refugees flowing in from dangerous regions, and now to making it clear “he’s not done applying extra scrutiny to Muslims.”
According to a Fox News article, “Donald Trump launched his campaign one year ago, and has been running against the ‘dishonest’ and ‘sleazy’ media ever since.”
The Washington Post evidently stood out, given the revocation of its press credentials by Trump right before he clinched the GOP nomination.
Trump posted on his Facebook page the reason he banned the WaPo from his campaign private events: “Based on the incredibly inaccurate coverage and reporting of the record setting Trump campaign, we are hereby revoking the press credentials of the phony and dishonest Washington Post.” The Trump campaign then issued a statement: “The newspaper covered the Republican candidate ‘inaccurately’….we no longer feel compelled to work with a publication which has put its need for ‘clicks’ above journalistic integrity.”
Needless to say, the WaPo continues its attacks against Trump.
Yet every day in the news, information pours in from around the world about Muslim migrant sex assaults on women and children, anti-Western and even murderous calls by imams on Western soil in mainstream mosques, calls by the Islamic State and al-Qaeda to murder Christians and infidels and to attack the West, renewed attacks and migrant crimes in Europe, lies from the Obama administration about the $400 million in ransom money paid to the rogue state of Iran and initially passed off as a deal to taxpayers and an installment of the reckless Iranian deal, Hillary Clinton’s email coverups and parents suing her for wrongful death and defamation over the jihad murders in Benghazi, and more.
What plan has Hillary Clinton come up with to keep Americans safe as the West endures a crisis of incursion by Islamic jihadists who have long declared war on us and who have been advancing and instilling terror in Western infidels, just as they promised to do?
Islamic supremacists with ties to the Muslim Brotherhood have infiltrated every sector in America (and in the Western world) through civilizational jihad. Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration have sold out the American people and have done so with impunity. The Washington Post needs to concern itself with the reality of advancing Sharia and even with what that will mean to its own interests — hint, hint: the Charlie Hebdo massacre, the fallout from the film “The Innocence of Muslims” and the media witch hunt in Turkey. Even the most compliant media outlets (such as the Post) will eventually run afoul of Islamic speech restrictions.
Trump has outlined his plan to fight terrorism and hijra (jihad via immigration) as he continues his evolution in his campaign for the White House. He has no easy task, given the magnitude of the problems America faces — from the decline of respect for the US on the global front (thanks to Obama), to jihadist (stealth and violent) infiltration into the West, as well as the global war on terror, and economics and civil order. Had Trump stopped “talking about Muslims,” as suggested in the headline below, the Washington Post would be zeroing in what little Trump said months ago about shutting down immigration to Muslims, directly following the catastrophic Nice jihad attack. The WaPo will not hear of any evolution in Trump’s plans, or pay any attention to the genuine problems he is trying to address.
In fact, the WaPo is now using a divide-the-vote strategy, frantically fanning flames of division among Republicans, referencing what it refers to as a “dangerous seizure of the conservative movement by the alt-right.”
Something you likely will not find in the Washington Post, but was actually reported by Canada’s liberal CBC:
Last fall, Saba Ahmed went head to head with a Trump spokeswoman proposing to close mosques.
Now Ahmed is among a minority of Muslims voting for Trump saying Obama’s policies are failing Muslims.
And she’s not alone. A recent survey suggests seven per cent of American Muslim voters support Donald Trump.
Saba Ahmed is the founder of the Republican Muslim Coalition…
In Trump’s continued evolution, he will remain a target of the Washington Post, which is determined to escort Hillary Clinton to the White House, despite her scheming and being kept out of jail by “the politics of a presidential campaign.”
“Donald Trump can’t stop talking about Muslims. He probably should.”, by Aaron Blake, The Washington Post, August 18, 2016:
On Monday, Donald Trump officially backed away from his previous plan to temporarily ban all Muslims from coming to the United States, instead proposing a ban on immigrants and refugees from dangerous regions and an ideological test — “extreme vetting,” in his words. In detailing these new plans, he didn’t even say the word “Muslim.”
But by Tuesday night, in the comfortable confines of a Sean Hannity-hosted town hall, Trump made clear he’s not done applying extra scrutiny to Muslims. He even suggested racial profiling might be in order.
“Whether it’s racial profiling or politically correct, we’d better get smart,” he said in the town hall, which aired Wednesday night. Trump also said Muslims needed to help root out extremism in their midst: “And if they’re not going to help us, they’re to blame also.”
Trump’s varying Muslim proposals have been controversial, to say the least, with people arguing they are unconstitutional or unworkable or even just plain un-American.
What we can say with certainty is this: They are just bad politics. They are the kind of thing Trump keeps doing because it worked in the primary and he doesn’t want to, or perhaps doesn’t know how to, change in the general election.
A new Pew Research Center survey is the latest to suggest Trump’s fixation on Muslims isn’t helping him become president. Pew asked people whether Muslims in the United States should be subject to more scrutiny than other Americans. Just 30 percent said Muslims should face more scrutiny, while 64 percent disagreed.
Even Trump backers were somewhat split. While 57 percent approved of additional scrutiny, 37 percent disagreed.