Monday, September 19, 2016

Why jihad will continue to eat us alive

Some of the more pathetic reactions to this weekend's jihadist attacks:

Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton:

That word, "tolerance," may not mean what Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton thinks it does. The Democrat responded over the weekend to a stabbing attack which left nine people injured at a mall in St. Cloud. From WCCO:
Authorities say the suspect, who has yet to be identified, attacked several shoppers at the Crossroads Center mall on Saturday night. Police say he mentioned Allah and asked at least one victim if they were Muslim.
“If true that [the stabbings] were motivated by religious bigotry, I condemn them even more strongly,” the governor said in a press release Sunday.
Dayton attempts to group this attack with other forms of "religious bigotry." To his mind, this stabbing proves no different than any harassment which Somali Muslims have suffered at the hands of Minnesota natives. Muslim students have occasionally been bullied at school. These people were stabbed. Six of one, half a dozen of the other.
The governor is asking the Minnesota community to embrace tolerance.
“I ask everyone in the St. Cloud area and throughout Minnesota to rise above this atrocity and act to make religious and racial tolerance one of the ways in which Minnesotans again lead our country,” Dayton said.
White House press secretary Josh Earnest says that "in some ways this is actually just a war of narratives" and so post-Americans need to quite linking terrorism and Islam.

NYC mayor Bill DeBlasio demonstrated why he makes the big bucks when he concluded that the attack in his city was "an intentional act."

And how about that Chris Hayes of MSNBC? Tweets that we were "very very lucky that the attackers tried to use explosives rather than guns."


  1. Terrorists attack and we, of course follow suit and attack eachother, and of course the terrorists know that we will tear into each other more rabidly than they ever could. Sad. And disgusting. The whole world is against this terrorism. (that's a period)

  2. We won't have to wait long for pathetic reactions from Trump, either now or especially later if he is elected.

  3. Trump is probably hurt on this issue by running against a politician with years of seasoning on foreign policy. But there is a kind of assumption that Trump's tough talk translates to strength in the minds of voters.

    And while that's certainly true when it comes to fighting terrorism abroad, when it comes to preventing what we saw this weekend, if anything, it looks like Clinton has the edge.

  4. Expect to see a sort of Tet Redux as the terrorists would love to see a maniac like Trump elected. It will be the end of the world as we know it. And they feel fine!

  5. But trash away, trash away, trash away at Hillie, especially over Benghazi. The terrorists read the news today too, oh joy!

  6. You will get no defense of Squirrel-Hair here.

    But now, Madame BleachBit, that criminal needs to be in jail. In fact, at some point she will need to seek God's mercy for lying to the parents of the Benghazi dead in order to avoid an eternity of unspeakable torment.

    1. Your words are nothing. And neither are your thoughts on the matter of Hillary v Almighty God. Go reread your scripture.

  7. And all I know is she ain't Trump. I mean Never Trump. Never!