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Does Obama Still Believe ISIS Is A JV Team?

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During his State of the Union address on Tuesday, President Obama seemed to revert back to his “ISIS is a JV team” rhetoric when he said:

“Masses of fighters on the back of pickup trucks and twisted souls plotting in apartments or garages pose an enormous danger to civilians and must be stopped. But they do not threaten our national existence.”

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It is apparent that President Obama still doesn’t believe ISIS is a real threat to anyone. That’s obvious not only in his words but in his actions of pushing unvetted Muslim ‘refugees’ on the United States against the will of the people.

One cannot help but wonder how many American deaths at the hands of ISIS-following terrorists it will take before the President stops protecting Muslims and begins protecting American citizens.

President Obama and many Democrats continue to say that ISIS and other Muslim terrorist groups “are not Islamic.”

Really?

So why is that that when we detain and/or incarcerate Middle Eastern terrorists we provide them with Qurans, prayer rugs and halal food? Why would we do that if they’re not Islamic?

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Perhaps there should be a federal investigation by the Government Accounting Office into the fraud, waste and abuse committed by the Obama administration for providing non-Muslims with Islamic books, artifacts and food…?

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Glen retired from Federal law enforcement in 2007 after 30 years of government service. He’s a conservative but not a Republican. He believes we have some problems, but the United States of America is still the greatest country in the world!

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