Friday, November 20, 2015
TeaPublican Donald Trump doesn't rule out national registry data base for American Muslims
I checked on this story before publishing it because it seemed unbelievable that an American, let alone an American running for the highest office in the land, could utter such repugnant ideas. The video linked below actually documents Donald Trump saying, in his own words, that he would consider a national registry data base for American Muslims, and that idea could be carried out with "good management."
The idea of American Muslims wearing IDs was brought up by a reporter from Yahoo News, but Trump did not strongly denounce that idea, as any American would.
In a subsequent interview later in the day, an NBC reporter asked Trump to clarify his position on a data base registry for American Muslims. That's when Trump said a lot of things we don't like would have to be done -- including registering American Muslims. Watch the video linked below to hear with your own ears what Trump said with his own mouth.
Said Trump, "We’re going to have to do things that we never did before….we’re going to have to do certain things that were frankly unthinkable a year ago."
Trump did NOT rule out a national data base registry for American Muslims, an idea that every American should reject in the strongest possible terms.
This video documents Donald Trump saying with his own words, that he would implement it with "good management."
Donald Trump did NOT unequivocally say that registering religious groups is unAmerican and an atrocious totalitarian idea. He didn't swat the idea of a national registry away when asked about it; Trump explained he would implement it with "good management." Nor did Trump explain what consequences American Muslims would face should they refuse to comply with registering with the government.
Donald Trump is the leading candidate for the T-GOP nomination for the POTUS.
Let that sink in.