new narrative concerns the words "Allahu Akbar
." We're pretty sure "stop criminalizing Allahu Akbar" is being faxed to news networks by DNC pajama boy interns right now. Or after they enjoy their soy lattes. While fondling their man boobs. Because it's more important to not criminalize those two words, then note they are being screamed just before lots of people are demised. We have a meme about it below.
Hours after a terrorist attack left eight people dead and several others injured in New York City, President
said he's asked Homeland Security for a heightened vetting program.
'I have just ordered Homeland Security to step up our already Extreme Vetting Program. Being politically correct is fine, but not for this!' Trump tweeted Tuesday night around 9pm ET.
We disagree with "being politically correct is fine." Being politically correct might be a sign of pussification. Symptoms should be addressed immediately before it spreads like cancer. Left unaddressed, pussification will morph you into a DNC pajama boy. Ordering soy lattes. Talking about your man bun. Getting tattoos of Chinese phrases which may say "I'm a dick, LOL at me." Because you don't actually speak Chinese. The tattoo artist thinks you're a douche. Rightfully so.
A few hours earlier, he said that the U.S. cannot allow 'ISIS to return or enter' the country after 'defeating them in the Middle East,' stoking fears that Sayfullo Saipov, the man responsible for the attack in New York City was a returned ISIS fighter.
'We must not allow ISIS to return, or enter, our country after defeating them in the Middle East and elsewhere. Enough!' Trump tweeted.
Bearing in mind, a tweet blast isn't policy. But noting the problem and promising to address it, even with exclamation points and one word sentences is better than empty platitudes. We'll take it.
Promised meme. The soy drinkers can go ahead and pin this to their Woke Board on Pinterest.
So what say you, Crowderheads? Try and prevent attacks like this from happening again? Or worry more about people's feelings?
That's rhetorical of course, but feel free to sound off in the comments anyway.