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Gorka Crushes MSNBC’s Ali Velshi And Stephanie Ruhle For Telling Him Not To Say “Islamic Terrorism”

Gorka On MSNBC

Even after President Trump has been President for 8 months, the mainstream media is still terrified of the phrase “Islamic Terrorism”. National Security Adviser Sebastian Gorka just became their worst nightmare. CNN’s Ali Velshi and Stephanie Ruhle started by asking Gorka how the Trump administration will deal with ISIS.

“Well, first things first, it jettisons the political correctness of the last eight years, and we call the enemy for what it is. We don’t say that they’re unemployed people and we just need more jobs,” said Gorka. “How does that actually stop an attack?” interrupted Velshi.

“May I answer your question without being interrupted?… You cannot solve a problem unless you are allowed to talk truthfully about it. So we will call it “radical Islamic terrorism”; we will target the ideology, and we will call them out for being evil, and we will work with our Muslim partners. We are here to help those nations that share our values and share our interests, and help them fight the fight, whether it’s the Iraqis and Kurds in Iraq, whether it’s the Egyptians in the Sinai, or whether it’s our European allies that now have to deal with this very severe threat to their countries,” said Gorka.

“I don’t understand how calling it by its name helps to stop the attacks in Paris or Belgium or in London,” responded Velshi. You can’t make this stuff up.

“If you, God forbid, caught cancer, and the hospital was forbidden from calling it cancer, and said, ‘You have the flu, go home and hydrate and takes some aspirin,’ would you actually have the right treatment?” asked Gorka. “No, but there’s still no cure for cancer,” answered Ruhle moronically. “Have you not heard of chemo?” responded Gorka. Check out the video below.