ABC News released a photo of the Muslim terrorists Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik entering the United States at O’Hare International Airport in July 2014. Farook was a U.S. citizen, and his Jihadi wife was Pakastani.
The photo stands in contrast to President Barack Obama’s speech last night. His assurances that the U.S. will defeat ISIS are weaker than usual in light of seeing two terrorists on a mission to kill Americans stroll right through.
Muslim terrorists are already here. Watching. Waiting. Planning.
“The threat from terrorism is real, but we will overcome it,” the president said during a 13-minute speech.
The president’s so-called solutions include impinging on law-abiding Americans’ Second Amendment right. For instance, he calls on lawmakers to “restrict ownership of semi-automatic firearms, saying, ‘What we can do, and must do, is make it harder for them to kill.'”
Semi-automatic firearms include handguns, weapons individuals can carry concealed for personal defense. Such a restriction would make it harder for Americans to protect themselves. Muslim terrorists determined to murder “infidels” will obtain handguns, shotguns, rifles — whatever they can get their hands on to do the job. Meanwhile, everyone else would be defenseless.
Many have questioned how violating gun owners’ rights would stop Muslim terrorists. Profiling and reducing or placing a moratorium on immigration would help more than attempting to disarm the people.
Our country’s leader should be at the forefront of protecting the nation and our Second Amendment right over immigration or so-called tolerance.
“No new plan, just a half-hearted attempt to defend and distract from a failing policy,” House Speaker Paul Ryan said after the speech. “The horrific events of recent weeks remind us that any hope to contain [the Islamic State] has been a failure…Until we hear from the president what more can be done — with our military, our intelligence-gathering, and our international partners — we will remain one step behind our enemy. This is not just the next president’s problem. It is our problem, and we must confront it today.”
Photo credit: ABC News