The media likes to attack 2016 GOP Presidential frontrunner Donald Trump-especially on the issue of radical Islam. Whether or not he is correct does not seem to matter to them…
>>>Here are four times the media was proven wrong and Trump was right:
1. “Swarms” Of New Jersey Muslims DID Celebrate 9/11
A blockbuster video has been released on YouTube proving 2016 GOP Presidential hopeful Donald Trump right about controversial comments he made regarding large numbers of Muslims in New Jersey celebrating the 9/11 terror attacks.
According to Breitbart:
“The DC Media has spent the last two weeks attempting to destroy Donald Trump with lies. Outright lies, and they are doing so in order to protect a 14 year-old cover up. Not only have eyewitnesses and contemporaneous reports proven Donald Trump 100% correct about Muslims celebrating 9/11, a just-uncovered local CBS News (WCBS-TV in New York) report completely vindicates Trump’s claim of “thousands and thousands” of Muslims celebrating the fall of the World Trade Center.”
2. London Police Say “Trump Is Right” About Sharia Zones, Officers Fearful…
Police in London say 2016 GOP Presidential candidate was correct when he talked about areas of the city being controlled by radical Islamic elements.
The areas are so dangerous for police, they can’t even wear uniforms, reports say.
According to The Daily Mail:
“Serving police officers today backed Donald Trump’s claim that some Muslim communities in the UK are no-go areas because of extremism.
Several Met officers have said the ‘Islamification’ of some parts of the capital requires ‘extra vigilance’ and they can’t wear uniforms for safety reasons – despite Scotland Yard claiming the tycoon ‘couldn’t be more wrong’.”
3. Trump Criticized For Mosque Crackdown, Media Silent As France Closes 3 Mosques With Dozens More To Come Over Radical Ties
French President Hollande closes 3 mosques, makes arrests, and may close 100 more…
Is the very liberal Hollande the next person to be compared to Hitler by the media, like Donald Trump has?! Nope, doesn’t fit anyone’s agenda…
According to HotAir:
“Police investigating the Paris terror attacks have shut down three mosques in a series of raids to close the net on Islamic extremists, the Express reports.
Police in France also arrested the owner of a revolver found during Wednesday’s raid, Fr…ance’s Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said.
Security officials found jihadist documents at the mosque where yesterday’s raids took place.
They have placed nine people under house arrest. Another 22 have been banned from leaving the country Mr Cazeneuve said…
Hassan El Alaoui, one of France’s chief imams, told Al Jazeera that French authorities were likely to close down more than 100 mosques in the wake of the Paris attacks.”
4. Texas Imam Says He Backs Trump’s Muslim Immigration Review Program
Breaking tonight, according to 12NewsNow.com out of Texas:
“Local imam Nidal candidates agreed with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s controversial plan to institute a “total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States” until a further review can be conducted by “country representatives.”
Alsayyed told 12News exclusively, “I certainly see it to be wise (to) stop temporarily accepting any new Muslim immigrants (refugees and non-refugees) into the United States.”
His justification, Alsayyed said, “is based on the fact that we can hardly distinguish who is Muslim and who is not. Islam is not about an ID card or last name or shouting ‘Allahu Akbar.’”
Trump on Monday said, “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.”
The imam, who leads the Islamic Center of Triplex in Beaumont, said while he agrees with Trump on closing the door until more review is conducted, “this should not prevent the United States to fulfill its duties towards international partners” and calls of humanity outside the United States.
Alsayyed said he does not believe there is anything unconstitutional about Trump’s proposal saying, “when it comes to peace and safety,” a ban would be acceptable.”