Trump and London Mayor’s War of Words Extends to State Visit Kerfuffle

Great Britain has been under siege in recent weeks, despite what liberal pundits such as John Oliver are attempting to convince us of.

With two massive terror attack in less than three weeks, the UK has bore the brunt of international terror in the first half of 2017.  One, a suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert, was especially heinous due to its blatant targeting of young women and children.

Of course, Britain has had to take some time to reflect on exactly why their nation has become so rife with radical Islamic attacks in recent weeks.  One of the main culprits for this is the liberalism that runs rampant throughout the national and local governments of England, including a massive campaign of capitulation toward middle eastern refugees who are arriving to the nation in droves.  The haste with which these immigrants are relocating within the United Kingdom is certainly cause for concern, as improper vetting and relaxed border restrictions have allowed for an inordinate amount of ISIS-sponsored operatives to slip into the nation without so much as a stern questioning through customs.

Now, as London’s mayor attempts to calm his city with a nonchalant and flippant excuse for a response to this week’s van and knife attack on the London Bridge, U.S. President Donald Trump took it upon himself to let the mayor know just how misguided his “oh well” attitude is.

The mayor did not take kindly to the suggestion.

“After receiving criticism from President Trump for his response to Saturday’s terror attacks in London, mayor of the city, Sadiq Khan, is calling on the British government to cancel a state visit from the U.S. president.

“In an interview with Britain’s Channel 4 News, Khan said, ‘I don’t think we should roll out the red carpet to the president of the USA in the circumstances where his policies go against everything we stand for.’

“’When you have a special relationship it is no different from when you have got a close mate. You stand with them in times of adversity but you call them out when they are wrong. There are many things about which Donald Trump is wrong.’

“Trump posted a tweet Sunday morning that was critical of Kahn’s remarks following the weekend terror attack in London that left at least seven people dead and injured dozens more.”

Khan’s seemingly uncaring attitude toward these heinous acts of terrorism is alarming in its own right, but not unheard of from liberal leaders in times of crisis.

Famously, or rather, infamously, former U.S. President Barack Obama often refused to recognize that radical Islam was a problem and wouldn’t allow himself to even recognize the religious aspects of these continued attacks.  Furthermore, when pressed by the government and by his constituents to act on Islamic terrorism, Obama declined, stating that groups such as ISIS were “desperate” and “on the run” – a fact that has been refuted time and again by the terrorist themselves who continue to wreak havoc across the globe in the name of Islam.

 

 

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