Here are two pathetic, out of touch and painfully politically correct media responses to the premeditated Islamic terror attack in San Bernardino:
Because the implications are so profound, they resist labeling it a terrorist attack.
Lost their lives “just because.”
In other words, “officials” quoted by NBC News refuse to admit the obvious because “the implications are so profound.” Is that the same reasoning Obama applies to this massacre, that this is truth we are afraid to admit?
And the other gem, they “lost their lives’ just because’”, implying no one knows why – only the gods can know - another profound statement revealing that the deniers among us refuse to admit the reason for this atrocity occurring. “Just because”, they say.
"At this stage, we do not yet know why this terrible event occurred. It is possible this was terrorist-related, but we don’t know. It is also possible this was workplace related."
Queen of Denial*
Who is Obama beholden to?
Some DO get it.
I would call Trump “the “King of the truth.” Most of the establishment, both Democrat and Republican, have a difficult time with the truth. They hate it. They hate it so much that they consider “truth” the new hate speech. That is why those, like Trump who dare to speak the truth, are called haters, bigots, racists, and worse.
They demonize Trump for his blunt talk – which in reality is just telling it like it is. He is channeling the thoughts of a very large percentage of the American public who are tired of dancing around the truth.
Here is an exchange with Trump on the Sean Hannity program:
While the president might be unsure of the motives of the two shooters, GOP frontrunner Donald Trump has little doubt that Wednesday's shooting was a case of radical Islamic terrorism.
"It's pathetic," Trump said on The Sean Hannity Show. "We have a president who doesn't even want to talk about the problem."
Trump also alluded to the idea that the president's refusal to identify the problem might be the result of a deeper ideological commitment we might not know about.
"Something's going on with him," Trump said. "Something's in that mind. This is incredible, you look at what's happening in this country generally, but that he can't even use the proper term is horrible."
Trump added that the solution to the issue is for Americans to be aware of what's going on in their nation.
"We have to practice great vigilance, whether it's a mosque or anyplace else we have to be vigilant, and we're not," Trump added.
Here’s a video of Trump’s interview:
In response to this sort of blunt truth telling, the left’s misplaced Mother Teresa mode kicks in defending all things Muslim. “He can’t say that.” “He’s inciting violence.” “That’s offensive to all Muslims.” They focus on the negative, which in the current case is the fact that Trumps poll numbers rose after the San Bernardino attack.
Last year Trump unfortunately criticized Pamela Geller’s and Robert Spencer’s Muhammad Cartoon Contest in Texas in the same way. Trump thought the event was unnecessarily inciting – the same as many who condemn Trump’s current remarks. But Trump is learning. He knows that the American public is growing weary of the establishment ignoring the truth.
He says it. He should say it. He is one of the few who says it. He’s telling the truth. He is saying what needs to be said. Our leaders should have said it years ago. It is insane to ignore the truth.
But our Queen of Denial (Obama) persists. We have to wonder why. What’s really behind his seemingly insane denial of the obvious?
* While the quote in the photo is not a precise quote from his book, it accurately reflects Obama’s intent in context.