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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

On OSU attack: "For all we know, it coulda been the Amish"

If we could animate a verbal contortionist he would look like Josh Earnest with his head stuck in his nether regions speaking through his belly button.

"Our response to this situation matters," Earnest said. "If we respond to this situation by casting aspersions on millions of people that adhere to a particular religion or if we increase our suspicion of people who practice a particular religion, we are more likely going to contribute to acts of violence than we are to prevent them."

What a crock.

Nobody should cast aspersions on those who had nothing to do with this jihad attack at Ohio State University. But to pretend it has nothing to do with what it has to do with is stupid, crazy, and suicidal. We cannot preclude examining the ideology and motivation behind these attacks--that's willful ignorance and leaves us even more vulnerable to more of the same.

You must know your enemy to defeat him.

So here we go again--the Obama administration is warning Americans not to cast blame on Muslims after a Muslim launched an attack that was probably inspired by ISIS on Americans.

"Our response to this situation matters," the Press Secretary said at a press briefing. He basically blames our response to these attacks, that is, calling it what it is, on future attacks. But if we sit back and pretend it has nothing to do with jihad, the jihadists will leave us alone.

And how's that working out for the world?

We have been led by idiots for 8 years who thought we were gullible enough to continue on the path to oblivion, all for the sake of political correctness.

This is why Trump won.