Four themes connect Islam terrorists in the U.S.

By Tom Quiner

The National Review’s Victor Davis Hanson is a shrewd political commentator.

Here is his analysis of the immigration issues that Donald Trump has so successfully exploited:

Collate the profiles of the Boston, Fort Hood, Chattanooga, UC Merced, San Bernardino, and Orlando attackers, and four themes emerge:

(1) the parents, spouses, girlfriends, or siblings of the killers had plenty of occasions to discover that something was wrong with the person in question, but chose to remain silent and not contact authorities;

(2) many second-generation Americans of Middle Eastern heritage feel no gratitude to the U.S. for taking in their parents, much less for their own good luck of being born in the U.S. rather than in their parents’ war-ravaged hellholes;

(3) even on the occasions when state or federal authorities did look into reports that, for example, the Boston or Orlando killers were jihadist extremists, agents did little proactively, perhaps out of worry that they might be pegged as Islamophobic or as unduly profiling those of Middle Eastern descent; and

(4) the U.S., like Europe, has no mechanism for screening the hundreds of thousands of immigrants that are flowing across its borders, and thus no way of knowing whether terrorist cells are infiltrating the country.

Read the rest of his piece here:


  1. parrillaturi on June 21, 2016 at 6:49 pm

    Go figure. Bite the hand that feeds you. The PC Police has undermined our Law Enforcement to its lowest degree.

    • quinersdiner on June 21, 2016 at 7:08 pm

      It sure seems that way. Thanks for writing!