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WATCH What The Crowd Did When Trump Read His New Muslim Statement For The 1st Time

As Donald Trump is once again the target of liberal talking heads, the reaction of everyday Americans to his proposal for a temporary ban on allowing Muslims into the U.S. shows the depth and breadth of the chord Trump struck when he issued his statement on Monday.

Trump read his statement publicly for the first time Monday night at a Pearl Harbor Day rally in Mount Pleasant, S.C. Grim-faced, he prefaced the part of the statement he read with a reference to President Obama’s Sunday night speech on ISIS and terrorism, a speech Trump has roundly condemned.

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“It’s impossible to watch such gross incompetence,” Trump said.

“Donald J. Trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our representatives can figure out what the hell is going on.”, he said.

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Trump, interrupted by cheering as he read his statement, is then all but drowned out by cheers before he finishes reading part of his stemming. “We have no choice,” a stern-faced Trump tells the crowd as they explode with support. “We have no choice.”

Trump’s statement, reported Monday by Western Journalism, was condemned by White House spokesman Josh Earnest, who accused Trump of tapping into “a darker side, a darker element” of American society. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton called the proposal “reprehensible, prejudiced and divisive.”

On Monday Trump’s discussed his comments on CNN with Chris Cuomo.

“We’re at war. Get it through your head, Chris,” Trump said.

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S. Hall on The Gateway Pundit wrote, “The American people’s frustration is at an all time high because we are told a load of cobblers when we know the truth. When Christian’s heads are being chopped off for the Crime of being Christian our leaders preach nonsense about gun control and how Muslims are a peaceful people. In other words, are you going to believe us or your lying eyes. Well Donald Trump speaks common sense and its a genuine relief to listen to him. God Bless Trump.”

Many of those in attendance at the rally supported Trump’s statements.

“It’s not going to be forever. I think everybody needs to be checked,” said Shelley Choquette.

“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, S.C. He said Islam “allows for the killing of people” and that Muslim culture “is absolutely contrary to our culture.”

“Islam is not a religion. “It’s a violent blood cult. OK? That’s what Islam is…all they know is violence, that’s all they know. It’s not a peace-loving religion, said Hoyt Wood, a 68-year-old veteran.

Trump said he knew his comment would create a political firestorm but was unmoved telling his supporters: “I. Don’t. Care.”

He admitted to not being “politically correct” but was proud to lead the “noisy majority”.

He added: “We used to call it the quiet majority, but people are fed up – they are fed up with incompetence, they are fed up with stupid leaders, they are fed up with stupid people.”

“They think they are going to change our religion,” he said. “I don’t think so. I don’t think so – not going to happen.”

h/t: The Gateway Pundit

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