In a recent Fox News report titled, "Obama unleashes on GOP critics over 'radical Islam' term," Obama is quoted as saying, "Calling a threat by a different name does not make it go away … There’s no magic to the phrase of radical Islam ... It’s a political talking point.”
Barack Obama has yet to call the Islamic terrorist attack on the Orlando Gay Nightclub a result of "Islamic Terrorism."
What then was Obama's response to the worst mass murder in United States History? “We don’t have religious tests here [in America],” Obama said, according to Fox News.
Obama and Hillary Clinton are both, as per usual, pushing for even tighter gun control measures in an attempt to curb terror attacks, including renewing the assault-weapons ban. “[We need to] make it harder for terrorists to use these weapons to kill us,” Obama said.
Pastor Carl Gallups, a long-time outspoken critic of the Obama presidency, told PNN, "Either Obama has completely lost his mind - and all sense of reality - or he is purposely practicing an insidious deception upon the American public. His comments in the aftermath of the Orlando Islamic massacre were nothing short of outrageous lunacy - or either a planned diversionary tactic."
Pastor Gallups had a direct word for President Obama, "No, there is no "magic" in calling this what it is - Islamic terrorism. It's not magic, Mr. Obama, it's called truth - it's called documented historical fact. It's called 'calling what the FBI called it.' It is Islamic terrorism, pure and simple. If you can't call it that, there are only two reasons why: either you are not familiar with the official Intel in the matter, or you have another agenda. Neither of the scenarios are good for America and our national security."
When asked about Obama's statement on imposing more assault weapon bans, Gallups had this to say, "Obama claimed that we need to 'Make it harder for terrorists to use these weapons to kill us.' But the terrorist always have had, and always will have these kinds of weapons - and worse. What he is really talking about is taking relevant self protection weapons out of the hands of law abiding Americans, and making harder for us to defend ourselves!"
Gallups continued, "The gay nightclub was a "gun free zone." None of the innocent victims had a gun - of any kind! Yet the terrorist, of course, was armed to the teeth. What "gun laws" could have been passed before this act of terrorism was committed that would have prevented it? Notice that the Obama and his liberal cabal will never answer that question. Obama's deceptive statement is just another example of his upside-down-worldview. It's pure lunacy."
Gallups concluded, "I find it interesting for Obama to say 'We don't have religious tests here.' Yet, Jimmy Carter implemented one during the Iranian hostage crisis. Jimmy Carter shipped Muslims out of the country by the thousands and forbid other Muslims from entering the country. I guess Obama has forgotten that? Apparently the sycophant media has as well."