Trumping radicalism

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Trumping radicalism

Robson Ali, opinions writer

After the terrible tragedy that was San Bernardino, one man continues to engender goodwill and attempt to bring Americans together. Donald Trump. While some people may see his idea to ban all Muslim travel to the U.S. as “inflammatory” and “an undeniable showing of his inherent bigotry and stupidity,” anyone with half a brain knows he’s just trying to keep real Americans safe by banning all those dirty freedom hating immigrants. Everyone seems to forget America is a country of natives where everyone who lives here has a rich history free of migration due to war or strife in their home country. Everyone seems to focus on the  U.S. not taking Syrian immigrants even as Europe is drowning instead of focusing on the real issue; foreigners are gross. Donald Trump is the only man (since 1964) who is brave enough to voice his opinions on race with no-holds-barred for those weak-willed liberals.

As opposed to all the criticism, we should praise the confidence and audacity in suggesting a solution I’m sure everyone was thinking but one no one had the bravery to voice. Only a genius would know that the best solution to terrorism is to pigeonhole the second largest religion in the world. America is becoming a cesspool of whiny crybabies and sensitive commies. Clearly all those people who are “outraged” are just liberal dogs playing up to an over sensitive media. So what if his conservative rivals are denouncing his comments? Trump is a true, red-blooded American who is not afraid of saying what needs to be said to protect his country. So what if this is coming from the same person who said when fighting terrorism “you have to take out their families?” Trump ran a multi-billion dollar company into the ground multiple times which makes him uniquely qualified to run a country. What we need is a radical, final solution to our problems.

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