Ted Cruz' predictions come true, Ben Carson says our silliness will destroy us, and Sarah Palin warns that we are transforming into a cowering nation in the wake of the terrorist attack on a gay night club in Orlando early Sunday that killed 49 people and injured more than 50 others.
According to Business Insider, the Texas senator yesterday predicted what would come true today:
— "Democrats will try to use this attack to change the subject."
— "[Obama] will refuse to utter the words 'radical Islamic terrorism.'"
— "[Obama] will claim this attack...was isolated and had nothing to do with the vicious Islamist theology that is daily waging war on us across the globe."
— "[Obama] will try to exploit this terror attack to undermine the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms of law-abiding Americans."
He also called on Democrats to prove their devotion to the gay community by standing up against radical Islam.
According to Breitbart, the Trump surrogate blasted the federal government for letting political correctness get in the way of finding terrorists in our own country.
He used an analogy to explain, saying, "You know, if you were having a party at your house and you were inviting a hundred people, and you had knowledge that one of those 100 people was a terrorist intent on creating havoc, would you still have that party? Or would you just say, ‘Well it’s just one out of a hundred’? That’s not so bad. We really don’t have to change anything. Well that’s the situation that we’re in now."
He added, “We have got to get serious about this or we’re going to destroy ourselves with our silliness.”
According to Breitbart, the former Alaska governor asked for prayer for the family of the victims and warned that these attacks will transform us into a cowering nation if we look to more gun control as the answer.
She added, "The solution begins with acknowledging the threat, for it creates a dark and deadly situation for every American when the leader of the free world leaves Islamic terrorism out of our calculations, when they are among us."