In an appearance on Fox News’ “The Kelly File” Friday, former Arkansas governor and 2016 GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee destroyed Obama’s politically correct agenda when it comes to terrorism, saying that accusing people of Islamophobia had cost American lives.
“Quit telling us, ‘If you see something, say something,” Huckabee said. “Because if you do, you’re going to be in trouble for saying it.”
“There were so many different instances where people were saying, watch this guy,” Huckabee told host Megyn Kelly, referring to Orlando shooter Omar Mateen’s numerous run-ins with the FBI’s terrorism task force. “And we quit watching him.”
“Why are we investigating James Rosen (a Fox News correspondent investigated by the Department of Justice in 2013)? Why are we investigating pro-life groups through the IRS? And yet we turn our backs on people with all kinds of hateful speech, and they’re buying weapons?”
“And the answer that the Democrats have right now is, well, let’s ban more weapons for people who haven’t done anything like this,” he continued. “There are more warning signs that are being given, but this administration — if it involves exposing someone who is Muslim, they just say, ‘We can’t talk about that, because we don’t want to be Islamophobic.’
“Well, I don’t want more dead people in America, either, and it’s high time somebody gets a little bit honest with what we’re facing.”
You can watch his comments here:
Huckabee was right. Every time the world suffers an attack like this, President Obama and the liberals blame everything but Islamic terrorism. And when anyone insists that Islamic terrorism played some part in the attack, they’re immediately called a bigot.
We can’t afford another four years of leadership like this, and that’s exactly what Hillary Clinton would provide. She’s running on the same failures that the Obama administration has propagated over the past eight years — and perhaps worst of all, she considers them successes.
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