Quinnipiac conducted another one of their well-regarded polls last week. This was question 54:
“In the wake of the recent Orlando shooting, Donald Trump has suggested that President Obama may sympathize with terrorists organizations such as ISIS. Do you agree or disagree with this idea?”
Here’s the answer:
29% of people agree with Trump. 65% don’t.
So, more than two to one disagree with Trump.
But it’s still incredible that nearly one third of Americans actually believe their president is sympathetic to ISIS.
But can you blame them? For more than two years, Obama has been half-hearted in any military efforts against ISIS. Obviously the U.S. military could wipe them out in weeks if they wanted to — just like they wiped out Saddam Hussein’s much larger army in 2003.
And Obama has been on a constant apology tour of the Middle East, since his first major foreign policy speech in 2009, in Cairo, Egypt, where he deliberately introduced himself as Barack Hussein Obama and bowed to Saudi kings.
Yeah, I can see why a third of Americans don’t believe Obama’s heart is in it.