Michelle Malkin stomps anti-profiling after Orlando attack: ‘This is what immigration diversity gets you!’

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Following the Orlando Islamic terrorist attack, conservative columnist Michelle Malkin is not holding back when it comes to “immigration diversity.”

Michelle Malkin

In a new column, Malkin takes President Obama, Hillary Clinton and politically correct media pundits to the woodshed on immigration, where she writes that “In the perverse world of the politically correct, any kind of religious or national security ‘profiling’ is a violation of ‘who we are.'”

Lawmakers are still trying to get answers on the family immigration histories of the jihadists involved in the San Bernardino attacks as well as more than 70 other individuals with terror ties. Expect the Obama administration to similarly drag its feet in response to questions about how the elder Mateen got in/remained here and how the younger Mateen slipped through the homeland security cracks.

As I’ve noted before, anti-profiling activists and “Islamophobia” decriers want it both ways. They damn federal homeland security officials when they gather intelligence based on threat factors and behavioral factors — and damn them in hindsight if they don’t. FBI agents are condemned as bigots when they attempt the most modest of surveillance measures and heightened scrutiny of Muslim immigrants from jihadist breeding grounds, and they are damned as bumblers when they fail to act on information gathered through those means.

Remember: Muslim groups balked after 9/11 when federal investigators went to mosques to ask about knowledge of terrorist attacks.

Malkin went on to call out New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd after the 9/11 Islamic terrorist attacks for hypocritically opposing profiling, but then wondering why terrorists involved in the attack were not profiled.

“That timidity stems from these same stupid open-borders elites who demand that we kneel at the altar of blind multiculturalism, no questions asked,” Malkin writes.

Malkin’s comments echoed GOP nominee Donald Trump’s statement on the Orlando attack, in which he pointed out that the country admits “more than 100,000 lifetime migrants from the Middle East each year.”

“Since 9/11, hundreds of migrants and their children have been implicated in terrorism in the United States,” Trump said in the statement as he went on to lambaste Hillary Clinton for wanting to increase the influx of Middle Eastern migrants and immigrants.

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