Donald Trump is on a real roll following the Paris attacks by Muslims who practice the Religion of Pieces. (Think about it.)
What he’s proposing, while it probably makes you feel good, could turn into a blatant violation of civil liberties here in the US.
“You’re going to have to watch and study the mosques because a lot of talk is going on at the mosques,” Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says …
And who’s going to be doing that Donald?
“From what I heard, in the old days, meaning a while ago, we had great surveillance going on in and around mosques in New York City and I understand our mayor totally cut that out.”
Sounds like maybe warrant-less searches.
Asked about possibility of France shutting mosques with radical ties and whether he’d do the same as U.S. President, Trump says, “I would hate to do it, but it’s something that you’re going to have to strongly consider because some of the ideas and some of the hatred, the absolute hatred, is coming from these areas.”
Absolutely none of what Trump is saying is untrue. Mosques are breeding grounds of vile hatred where the Imams say one thing to their flock in Arabic and another to the U.S. media in English.
Here’s the problem. “Hatred.” That word has an awfully loose definition in contemporary politics. The left is constantly screeching about how anybody who takes issue with any of their stances – homosexual marriage for instance – is spewing “hate.”
Put Democrats back in charge and they’ll be sending the FBI to check out what your pastor is saying about homosexuality. If he says the wrong thing, quotes the wrong Bible verse, Harry Reid and Barack Obama will be leading the march to jail your pastor and elders and shut the doors of your church.
Be careful what you wish for …