While the Obama administration continues to say there is no credible threat of Islamic State terrorists plotting attacks in America, Fox News’ Eric Bolling says it’s time to talk about what no one else will – profiling American Muslims.
“It’s the controversial plan that no one has the guts to talk about except us,” Bolling said on Saturday’s “Cashin’ In.” “While the administration buries its head in the sand, we know how to find terrorists among us. Profile, profile, profile.”
The four show panelists agreed.
“It’s stupid not to [profile Muslims],” former M*A*S*H star Wayne Rogers said.
Fox News contributor Michelle fields added, “We don’t have a problem with extreme Buddhists. We have a problem with extreme Muslims [and] to ignore that is not fair.”
Panelist Jonathan Hoenig said we should have been profiling on Sept. 12, 2001, noting that it isn’t about skin color, it’s about ideology.
To prove his point, Bolling asked, “Which one of these two people would you suspect of being a terrorist?” An image was flashed on the screen that he had posted in this tweet:
— ericbolling (@ericbolling) September 20, 2014
Bolling asked that viewers weigh in, and the post brought an avalanche of responses, like these tweets:
@ericbolling The fact that you have to point this out shows how blinded we are by evil. — Dennis (@drgon466) September 20, 2014
@ericbolling that’s a hard one Eric, if you ask the dems and liberals they would say the one on the right, after all a threat to the vote!
— Scully (@Scully64) September 20, 2014
— Pat White Foster (@patfo49) September 20, 2014
As long as political correctness rules the day, Americans will not have the means to protect themselves.
Watch the segment here:
H/T: The Blaze
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