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Trump update 12/08\2015.. Enraged left calls for assassination

Tuesday, December 8, 2015 17:20
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Donald Trump’s online critics have proposed an alternative to his anti-terrorism policies: Assassinate him instead.

Secret Service agents assigned to protect Trump since Nov. 11 may be working overtime in the wake of his comments on halting Muslim immigration into the U.S. A slew of death threats against the billionaire were tweeted after a campaign stop in South Carolina on Monday.

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“Without looking at the various polling data, it is obvious to anybody the hatred is beyond comprehension. Where this hatred comes from and why we will have to determine,”

Trump said in a statement released Tuesday. “Until we are able to determine and understand this problem and the dangerous threat it poses, our country cannot be the victims of horrendous attacks by people that believe only in Jihad, and have no sense of reason or respect for human life.”

Trump’s extreme critics saw no irony between his statements on Islamic radicals and their calls for his assassination.

 “Can we kill Trump?” asked a woman named Tijani.

“Now he wants to impede Muslims from entering the U.S.?

Someone really needs to kill trump ASAP,” wrote a user identified as Aldo.

“ISIS needs to kill Trump,” wrote a woman named Jodie.

House Speaker Paul Ryan and Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus both distanced the Republican Party from Trump on Tuesday.

“We need to aggressively take on radical Islamic terrorism but not at the expense of our American values,” Priebus told the Washington Examiner.

“This is not conservatism.

What was proposed [by Trump] is not what this party stands for. And more importantly, it’s not what this country stands for,” Ryan said during a press conference with House Republicans.

The billionaire defended his position during an appearance on CNN Tuesday morning, telling host Chris Cuomo that a rejection of his plan is tantamount to putting “blinders” on.

“You’re going to have many more World Trade Centers if you don’t solve it – many, many more and probably beyond the World Trade Center,” WND reported.

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Yesterday’s stunning announcement by Donald Trump calling for a “total and complete” shutdown of Muslims entering the US (even US citizens), has unleashed a media frenzy across both the political and media world, and proven the real estate tycoon still has the capacity to not only shock but to serve as Obama’s political foil at every turn.

Furthermore, as Trump acknowledged Monday during a raucous South Carolina rally, his call for barring all Muslim foreigners from entering the United States is “probably not politically correct.” But as CNN reported earlier, he had three words for his critics: “I don’t care.”

Perhaps just as surprising, is that as he usually does, Trump once again managed to do what he has done so well during his campaign process – strike a chord with a prevailing undercurrent of what Trump admits is politically incorrect sentiment within US society. And if his South Carolina rally was any indication, that support will stick.

The reason: six of eight Trump supporters at the rally who spoke with CNN said they supported the Muslim travel ban, which has drawn swift criticism from other Republican and Democratic presidential contenders alike who slammed the proposal as contrary to American values of religious tolerance. And the two supporters at the rally who disagreed said they were still likely to vote for Trump.

“I think that we should definitely disallow any Muslims from coming in. Any of them. The reason is simple: we can’t identify what their attitude is,” said 75-year-old Charlie Marzka of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Marzka explained that he believes Islam “allows for the killing of people” and said he thinks Muslim culture “is absolutely contrary to our culture.”

Trump explained Monday on Fox News that his proposal would not apply to Muslim Americans and Muslims already living legally in the United States.

“It does not apply to people living in the country, except we have to be vigilant,” Trump said on Fox News moments before he took the stage in South Carolina.

Far from backtracking, however, Trump warned supporters that without his controversial proposals – which in addition to banning Muslim immigrants includes surveilling and potentially shutting down mosques – the U.S. could face another deadly attack on the scale of 9/11.

“We’re gonna have to figure it out, we can’t live like this. It’s going to get worse and worse, we’re going to have more World Trade Centers. It’s going to get worse and worse, folks. We can be politically correct and we can be stupid but it’s going to be worse and worse,” Trump added.

And that approach is why three-quarters of snap polled rally participants agreed with Trump even if one protester’s voice – one of five protester interruptions on Monday night – broke through the cheers. “This is racist bullshit,” he chanted.

So as Trump rallies his core base, his approval rating among the Muslim population will be a solid zero.

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