End ‘Radical Islamic terrorism’ in Britain before criticizing me, Trump tells May


President Trump told British Prime Minister Theresa May she should stop the “Radical Islamic Terrorism” that is destroying Britain when she criticized him for retweeting videos of Islamic brutality.

A spokesman for May said the videos originated from a “Britain First” group that spreads “hateful narratives which peddle lies and stoke tensions.”

One of the videos shows a Muslim youth being thrown to his death by Islamic thugs during anti-government rioting in Cairo. The riots erupted when the military removed Egypt’s Islamic government, which had been under the control of the Egypt-based Muslim Brotherhood.


Left-wing liberals were more concerned about Trump’s tweets than the real danger of terrorism.

“A lot of folks want to focus on the videos — we want to focus on the issues,” said a Trump spokesman. “It’s about safety. It’s about security. It’s about ensuring that individuals who come to the United States don’t pose a public safety or terrorism threat.”

Trump, a tough law-and-order president, who, unlike May, has clamped down on rampant immigration, told her in the tweet that the United States is “doing just fine” in keeping terrorism at bay.

In other words, butt out and do what it takes to stop terrorists from slaughtering innocent, law-abiding British citizens. Children are dying.


London’s Muslim Mayor Sadiq Khan was predictably outraged by the Trump tweet and demanded that he apologize to the British people.

Khan, the guy who said terrorism is to be accepted as the new way of life, ripped into Trump for supporting the “extremist” group ‘Britain First,’ which he said undermines the values of tolerance and diversity that makes Britain so great.

Not to mention so riddled with terrorists who were allowed into the country courtesy of the open-borders policies of wrong-headed liberal governments.


As  Jennifer Kerns writes in the Washington Examiner:

Europe has become the poster child of what not to do regarding national security.  The open-borders policies enjoyed by 26 countries within the EU has been an open invitation to commit atrocities on European soil.

Europe has suffered from its most brutal terror attacks since the onset of the migrant crisis in Europe beginning in 2015. A stunning 1.5 million refugees have flowed into the EU from countries such as war-torn Syria and other places that harbor extreme violence and have virtually no records to background check the refugees. This has been a recipe for disaster.

After the atrocious attacks in Paris, London, Brussels, Barcelona and beyond, Europe has a long way to go before it can dole out advice to America on how to keep her citizens safe.