(Freedom.news) He didnâ€™t actually say the words, but you could tell earlier this week whenÂ President-elect TrumpÂ was discussing the most recent terrorist attack in Europeâ€“sometimes it isnâ€™t any fun being right.
On Wednesday, Trump called the killings in Berlin, Germany, and the recent attacks in Turkey â€œterrible,â€ then suggested he has not backed off his campaign pledge to ban resettlement and migration to the U.S. from countries where Islamic jihadists are breeding the next wave of attackers.
â€œYou know my plans. All along, Iâ€™ve been proven to be right. 100% correct. Whatâ€™s happening is disgraceful,â€ Trump told reporters Wednesday when asked whether the recent violence has influenced hisÂ proposed Muslim ban,Â TimeÂ reported.
Trump described theÂ attack at a Berlin Christmas marketÂ as an â€œattack on humanity.â€
â€œThatâ€™s what it is: an attack on humanity,â€ he said. â€œAnd itâ€™s got to be stopped.â€
Trump said he had not spoken with President Obama since the attacksâ€“as if the outgoing administration had anyÂ realÂ advice to give the president-elect and his foreign policy team. The Obama regime is in large part responsible for the chaos throughout the Middle East, having directly or tacitly supported every single â€œArab springâ€ uprising that has toppled government after government and sown civil war across the region.
â€œInnocent civilians were murdered in the streets as they prepared to celebrate the Christmas holiday,â€ Trump said in an initial statement about the attack on Monday. â€œISIS and other Islamist terrorists continually slaughter Christians in their communities and places of worship as part of their global jihad.â€
Of course, Trumpâ€™s â€œban on Muslimsâ€â€“a simplistic phrase the â€˜mainstreamâ€™ media love to use to fuel division among Americansâ€“is much more complex than a simple campaign statement. He seems genuinely concerned about U.S. national security and the potential threat posed to our country by the admission of tens of thousands of â€œrefugeesâ€ from a part of the worldÂ known to breed and support terrorism. Obama has no problem putting the country he supposedly loves at risk; heâ€™sÂ opening the floodgatesÂ on his way out the door.
But TrumpÂ is making clear he wants none of it. AndÂ neither do most Americans.
Every new terrorist act proves that Trump, not Obama andÂ the extreme Left who seek to disrupt his presidency, isÂ rightÂ about a pause in immigration and resettlement from lands dominated by Islamic extremism. And he appears set on maintaining his position.