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This should scare the liberals silly.
The Democrat party held a debate Saturday night, even if nobody watched it because it was a boring political debate held on a Saturday night the week before Christmas.
The three major candidates, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley each tried to argue that they would protect and serve the country best as leader and commander in chief, according to Fox News.
However, Hillary raised more than a few eyebrows when she stated, in relation to the fight against the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria, that the U.S. is right “where we need to be” in confronting the radical jihadists.
But virtually nobody is buying that, and critics were quick to pounce on Clinton for the ridiculous statement, especially considering that she also stated her plan to take on the Islamic State group is the same as that of President Barack Obama’s.
In truth, none of the three Democrats on that stage is best suited or equipped to take on the Islamic State group, or radical Islamic terrorism in general, as they can’t even name the enemy we face.
This hard fact was reflected in a recent poll conducted by Reuters/Ipsos that asked, “Which Democratic candidate is best suited to handle terrorism?”
A mere 2.7 percent of respondents thought O’Malley would do the best against terrorists, while Sanders was viewed as the best choice by 17.3 percent of those polled.
Hillary clearly is seen as better suited to dealing with terrorism than the other two candidates, earning the support of 35 percent of respondents, but even still she wasn’t the top choice of those polled.
In fact, when asked which Democrat is best suited to handle the growing threat of radical Islamic terrorism, nearly 45 percent of respondents declared “none” of the candidates fit that bill.
This is awesome, and goes to show that the American people have grown wise to the fact that Democrats are generally soft on confronting terrorism, as they are too worried about being politically correct to protect Americans.