Are you kidding? What is it about terrorism that makes the left become so apprehensive and feeble? Why are they so uncomfortable with calling a murderous rampage “terrorism” yet are so tough-minded with pointing the finger at an inanimate object? Could it be they actually believe the duo who brutally slayed 14 people would have been moved by some California law and therefore set aside their jihadist objectives?
The incident in San Bernardino is stunningly fact-heavy; the lives of innocents were cut down by ISIS sympathizers. Yet, for the first time since 1920, the New York Times put an editorial on the front page, deciding it was a good opportunity to exploit the debate on gun control. Gun Control? Why not “Terror Control?”
This debate must change before anything else will – so long as the left in America are unwilling to have a tough dialogue on the real face of evil in this world – whether driven by a form of religious extremism or a malevolent heart, we will continue to reap the tragic consequences of what happens when a country operates with blinders.
“The simple step of a courageous individual is not to take part in the lie. One word of truth outweighs the world.” Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn