Former New York City Mayor, Rudy Giuliani didn’t hold back about his thoughts on President Obama’s comparison of Christianity with the barbaric terrorism of ISIS during the annual National Prayer Breakfast on Thursday.
Obama brought up violence by Christians in the Crusades to somehow justify the brutality brought on by ISIS just days after a Jordanian pilot was burned alive for the world to see.
Giuliani sat down with Fox News’ host, Bill Hemmer on “America’s Newsroom” and let the president have it.
“He’s as weak a historian as he is a president, and as weak a theologian,” said Giuliani.
Giuliani went into a brief, yet impressive history lesson about the Crusades.
Then Hemmer pressed for a comparison between Christianity and ISIS. With Sept. 11, fresh on his mind, Giuliani responded with an explanation of the one-sided evolution that has happened since the Crusades.
“We’re not doing to them, what they’re doing to us.
“They’re knocking down our Twin Towers and killing 3,000 people,” Giuliani said.
“[ISIS] is stoning women for adultery. … They’re killing Christians, they’re trying to wipe out Christians. It isn’t a reaction to what we’re doing. We’re not doing the same thing to them. … When is he (Obama) going to start standing up for us, for our Western values that have civilized the world?
“An American President has to be tough. … It isn’t bad if the people who want to come here and kill us are afraid of the President of the United States. Do you think any of them are afraid of him?”
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