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Donald Trump To Supporter: We’re Going To Look Into Getting Rid of Muslims



Was this insane questioner in the video below who asked, “when are we going to get rid of them [i.e.Muslims]?” at the New Hampshire, Donald Trump rally for real? He fills the whole genocidal, White racist, Islamophobic discourse so extraordinarily well — too well.

In any case, yes, Michael from White Plains is real. His mind has been infected by devils, and the devils names are: Robert Spencer, Pamela Geller and everyone else, including politicians, who give succor to rants about “training camps” and “stealth Jihad” in the little echo chamber of internet anti-Muslim hate.

Trump’s response was no surprise, typical of this slice of Americana we are witnessing, he replied to Michael by saying, “we’re going to be looking at that.” It’s his base after all that feeds the Trump ego-machine and of course he’s no stranger to expressing these sentiments himself.

Liberals also need to check themselves for a moment before they pat themselves on the back. The likes of Bill Maher and Sam Harris say the same sort of thing but couch it often in much more insidious language.

“We have a problem in this country. It’s called Muslims,” an unidentified man who spoke at a question-and-answer town hall event in Rochester, New Hampshire asked the mogul at a rally Thursday night. “You know our current president is one. You know he’s not even an American.”

A seemingly bewildered Trump interrupted the man, chuckling, “We need this question. This is the first question.”

“Anyway, we have training camps growing where they want to kill us,” the man, wearing a “Trump” T-shirt, continued. “That’s my question: When can we get rid of them?”

“We’re going to be looking at a lot of different things,” Trump replied. “You know, a lot of people are saying that and a lot of people are saying that bad things are happening. We’re going to be looking at that and many other things.” via. CNN

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  • George Carty

    More accurately, Christian fanaticism violently burnt itself out in the 17th century (we call it the Thirty Years’ War).

  • The Radiant Princess Erika

    used car salesmen everywhere are offended by the comparison

  • Reynardine

    Why not? He’s just a big used car salesman.

  • The Radiant Princess Erika

    it looks like its trying to escape

  • HSkol

    Capture of the year!

  • Reynardine

    As the snake charmer played his flute…

  • Sam Seed

    ” LoonWatch is a pretty dangerous site. We’ll be keeping our eyes on this one.”. Just how many dogs are you?

  • Ilisha

    Oh dear. What is most concerning to me is not Trump himself, but that anyone takes him seriously.

    I was listening to a lecture yesterday and as an example of crazy things people do for which they would need to repent, the speaker said, “maybe you’ve whimsically fallen in love with Donald Trump.” I laughed out loud.

  • Reynardine
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  • TheSyndicate2006

    Your eyes are going to get tired.

  • TheSyndicate2006

    I thought atheism wasn’t a religion.

  • TheSyndicate2006

    Hey I got banned from newsbusters, welcome to the club. Anyway, I find it funny the only time these right wing nut jobs give a rats ass about women and gays is only when they are bashing Muslims.

  • TheSyndicate2006

    Why hasn’t loonwatch posted anything on this story? They’ve been slow lately, not even posting about some stories lately.

  • JD

    New Poll Finds Anti-Muslim Sentiment Frighteningly
    SEPTEMBER 29, 2015

    Call it Trumpism, an ad-hoc term for the cresting wave of white Republican resentment that Donald Trump has been surfing like Duke Kahanamoku. Some find it fascinating. Late-night comics like Stephen Colbert have been treating it like it’s hilarious.

    But a lot of people take Mr. Trump completely seriously, and support him fervently. So when do we start being frightened for this country?

    A poll came out today. It’s just one poll in one Southern state, North Carolina, by one polling outfit (Public Policy Polling, or PPP) with Democratic Party ties, asking questions of a few hundred Republican primary voters.

    But still, these results:

    “Do you think a Muslim should ever be allowed to be President of the United States, or not?

    A Muslim should be allowed to be President of the United States: 16 percent

    A Muslim should not be allowed to be President of the United States: 72 percent

    Not sure: 12 percent”


    “Do you think the religion of Islam should be legal or illegal in the United States?

    Islam should be legal in the United States: 40 percent

    Islam should be illegal in the United States: 40 percent

    Not sure: 20 percent”

    Do these people know what it means to outlaw Muslim worship? Do they teach history in the North Carolina schools? Do they know what would happen if we closed mosques, arrested worshipers and prayer leaders, imposed religious tests for public office? Are these overwrought questions, or do the ugly answers in this poll portend something seriously wrong: an outbreak of a deadly fever this country has seen many times before?

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