The Amazing Difference Between How Trump And Hillary Responded To The Orlando Terror Attack

In the early hours of the morning of June 12th, a Muslim named Omar Saddiqui Mateen opened fire in The Pulse Night Club in Orlando killing at least 50 people and wounding over 50 more.

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton both weighed in on the terrorist attack.

And their reactions reveal how they will lead as President.

Hillary’s response checked every politically correct box.

She put out a tweet expressing sympathy for the victims but refused to use the “prayer”.

 

Not mentioning the word “prayer” is now standard Democrat talking points.

Their party is becoming increasingly hostile towards organized religion, as evidenced by the party delegates who booed the mention of God during their 2012 convention.

Hillary also released a statement where she refused to use the words “radical Islamic terrorism”.

Below are excerpts where she deployed the vague phrase “act of terror”, despite it being widely reported that the gunman was a Muslim who pledged loyalty to the Islamic State before carrying out his attack:

“This was an act of terror. Law enforcement and intelligence agencies are hard at work, and we will learn more in the hours and days ahead. For now, we can say for certain that we need to redouble our efforts to defend our country from threats at home and abroad. That means defeating international terror groups, working with allies and partners to go after them wherever they are, countering their attempts to recruit people here and everywhere, and hardening our defenses at home. It also means refusing to be intimidated and staying true to our values.”

Her statement also attacked the Second Amendment.

Saddiqui Mateen possessed a security guard license, meaning he had been finger printed and passed a background check.

And all of his firearms were purchased legally.

Yet Hillary used this moment of national tragedy to advance her political agenda which includes erasing the Second Amendment from the Constitution and banning firearms.

Her statement read:

“Finally, we need to keep guns like the ones used last night out of the hands of terrorists or other violent criminals. This is the deadliest mass shooting in the history of the United States and it reminds us once more that weapons of war have no place on our streets.”

Trump, on the other hand, declared this as an act of terror and demanded our leaders abandon their politically correct mindset and get tough in dealing with radical Islamic terrorism.

He responded to the attack – and Obama’s response to the attack – on Twitter.

 

He also reiterated how the politically correct media jumped all over his proposal to temporarily ban foreign Muslim migration into America.

But he pointed out that the terrorist’s father was an immigrant from Afghanistan who openly supported the Taliban in Afghanistan.

 

The difference between Trump and Hillary on matters of terrorism and defending the Second Amendment are clear.

Will it be the difference in the November election?

  • Diacro

    Radical Islamic terror has been made into pc !!! Your prayer moaning is pc for the radical Baptist hate mongers.

  • Jerry Dixon

    Clinton said she would bring together a group of people to look into what is happening. Just like she is going to appoint Bill to take care of the economy. I guess if she is president it will remain the same as it is now. The muslim take over and more destruction of America. Now Trump said he is going to better equip our Military with the best weapons needed, and build up our Military back to where we are a world power again. I like Trumps ideas maybe then we can hold our heads up in the world instead of being the laughing stock.

  • Mikosch

    Killary wants to ban guns, Trump wants to ban the people who come over here and shoot you with them. Which makes more sense?

  • cal3301

    There is a the McCarran-Walter Act of 1952. It was used by Carter to ban Iranians in 1979. It is more than just that, it is the Immigration and Nationality Act enacted by the U.S. Congress in 1952 that removed racial barriers to immigration and empowered the Department of Justice to deport immigrants or naturalized citizens engaging in subversive activities. It was written by two Democrats to stops Nazi’s. but it can be used against anyone who cannot swear allegiance to our Constitution, which is pretty much all of those that follow Islam.

    • June Burgess

      And dont forget that odummer and shillary want to do away with immigrants having to pledge allegiance to the U.S.

      • cal3301

        I thought he already changed part of it……

        USCIS Clarifies Eligibility Requirements for Modifications to the Oath of Allegiance

        Effective July 21, 2015, new guidance (PA-2015-001) in the USCIS Policy Manual clarifies the eligibility requirements for modifications to the Oath of Allegiance.

        Reciting the Oath is part of the naturalization process. Candidates for citizenship normally declare that they will “bear arms on behalf of the United States” and “perform noncombatant service in the Armed Forces of the United States” when required by the law.

        A candidate may be eligible to exclude these two clauses based on religious training and belief or a conscientious objection. The new guidance clarifies that a candidate:

        May be eligible for modifications based on religious training and belief, or conscientious objection arising from a deeply held moral or ethical code.

        Is not required to belong to a specific church or religion, follow a particular theology or belief, or to have had religious training in order to qualify.

        May submit, but is not required to provide, an attestation from a religious or other type of organization, as well as other evidence to establish eligibility.

        • June Burgess

          You are talking about the people that want to become American citizens. Many immigrants come here and DO NOT apply for citizenhip

          • cal3301

            Oh, you were referring to the sponges.

          • June Burgess

            Got that right