Donald Trump is not the type of guy who minces words or places an imaginary PC Police filter between his brain and mouth. He simply speaks his mind.
This kind of honesty has made Trump a favorite target for liberals, especially since he’s a wealthy white guy.
If there were any liberals out there who didn’t already hate the real estate guru, once they hear his statement on the “Muslim problem” facing the world, they’re sure to foam at the mouth.
Mad World News is reporting that Trump appeared on “The O’Reilly Factor” and was asked if he believed there was a Muslim problem in the word. He responded, “Absolutely. I don’t notice Swedish people knocking down the World Trade Center.”
The billionaire went on to say that he was strongly opposed to the idea of Muslims building a mosque at ground zero saying it was insensitive.
As the interview continued, Trump stressed that while there are “fabulous” Muslims who are productive members of society, there is still a “Muslim problem in the world.”
“You know it, and I know it. Some people don’t like saying it because they think it’s not politically correct.”
O’Reilly asked why he thought “moderate” Islamic believers haven’t come out and condemned radical Islam and stood up to extremists.
“There’s something out there that brings a level of hostility that I’ve never seen in any religion. I mean you can say what you want about the Koran, you can say what you want, there’s something there. There is tremendous hatred, and tremendous hatred of us.”
Trump is right on the money. The greatest threat to America and the world at large is radical Islam, which is why it is critical to put a permanent stop to groups like ISIS, something the president doesn’t seem to understand.
One could argue that given the material found in the Koran, there is no such thing as “moderate” Islam, and those who claim to be moderate are actually not true Islamic believers. The bottom line is that this problem is never going to go away until we accept the fact that Muslim ideology is at the root of this form of terrorism and any strategy to combat this enemy must include fighting the ideology.