Muslim terrorists attacked the United States over the weekend, in New Jersey, New York City, and St. Cloud, Minnesota.
(By the way, did you know that a few days earlier, to celebrate the Muslim holiday of Eid Al Adha, thousands of Somali migrants stormed through Minnesota’s Mall of America in a mini-riot…?)
I’ll show you Hillary Clinton’s reaction to these terror attacks. She’s clearly just woken up from one of her famous naps, coming to the back of her press plane to talk with reporters. Or is she drugged?
Clinton talked about the bombing — then pretended to be outraged by Trump saying it was a bombing.
The bomber, Ahmad Khan Rahami, is a Muslim migrant from Afghanistan.
Rahami was a Muslim agitator, who went around suing people, like the cops, for being Islamophobes.
Oh, and I haven’t mentioned the machete stabbing in a Calgary mall over the weekend. We don’t know the name or identity of the suspect. I’ll keep you posted on that.
But given the instinct to cover things up by police and politicians and the press around the world, don’t be shocked if it’s another Mohamed…
My first guest tonight, author and National Post columnist Barbara Kay, joins me to talk about this urgent topic.
We also discuss her most recent column, about a new teachers' guide to "Islamophbia" which she calls "troubling."
NEXT: Intrepid Toronto Sun reporter Sue-Ann Levy is here to talk about her autobiography, called "Underdog: Confessions of a Right-Wing Gay Jewish Muckraker."
We talk about the lack of true diversity in the mainstream media, and her experiences covering Mayor Rob Ford.
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