Trump calls for “extreme vetting” of those who believe “sharia law should supplant American law”, by Robert Spencer.
Common sense. And long overdue. It would be difficult to devise a test that could not withstand a practiced and skillful taqiyya artist, but why should the attempt not be made? Unsurprisingly, the Washington Post is enraged, along with the rest of the mainstream media, and is doing all it can to discredit and defeat Trump.
The significance of Trump is that he opposes the current global elite, not that he is a traditional small-government conservative (which he isn’t):
The obvious fact that they are so deeply threatened by him is the best testimony to his viability as a candidate — better even than his own statements. The political and media elites are frightened to the core, and their globalist and pro-jihad policies are threatened, and that is a very good thing.
When you travel to the US the immigration form you have to fill in asks whether you are a communist or a Nazi. The US has been ideologically vetting people for decades.
Donald Trump called Monday for a Cold War-style mobilization against “radical Islamic terror,” repeating and repackaging calls for strict immigration controls — including a new ideological litmus test for Muslim visitors and migrants — and blaming the current level of worldwide terrorist attacks on President Obama and Hillary Clinton.
hat-tip Stephen Neil