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Rabbi Spero’s Statement about Pensacola Terrorist Attack

Rabbi Spero released the following statement today:

Today’s murderous rampage against our soldiers at Naval Air Station Pensacola was perpetrated by a foreign national from one of the Islamic countries in the Middle East. Unfortunately, this is not a surprise; for this has happened repeatedly now on numerous military bases here: Fort Hood; Little Rock, Arkansas; Tennessee; and recruitment centers; and let’s not forget 9/11 itself. The killings come from the same source and ideology.

Certain law enforcement officials, so as not to frighten the public or because they wish to be politically correct, are too often “searching” for the motive behind the terrorism. They may pretend not to know, but the American people and all reasonable and sane people in the West know that it is due an ideology, and ideology against the West, against Christianity, against Israel, and against America…against the infidel.

President Trump was correct in the beginning months of his Administration to place a halt on immigration from those countries that teach, whose religion teaches, a hate and a call to jihad. He sees his job, rightly so, as protecting the American people. We call that concept “America first.” It is basic and common sense…and moral.

There are many liberals who seem to prioritize the sensitivity of the community spawning all this murder as more important than the lives of the American individuals killed in these rampages. Perhaps their children and family are not members of the military bases across the country, nor do they frequently visit.

The issue can no longer be about sensitivity, rather our lives. America does not need to prove that it is not “racist” nor does it need to prove that it is not “Islamophobic.” Liberals are obsessed by proving our innocence and do so by choosing political correctness over the lives of the American people and national security. They are unduly influencing the decisions in this country, doing so for their virtue signaling as opposed to the protection of the American people.
It is high time that we begin framing these issues under the more important category of saving lives. We should tell liberals to find a good psychologist to work on their guilt, virtue signaling, and disdain for the American way of life. We, as Americans, should decide based on common sense. That is the real issue.

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