Do we have to take a major hit for the GOP to admit Trump is right?

If we don't get serious about jihad in America, a major disaster is heading our way.   How many American lives need to be sacrificed? 

Voters support Donald Trump's halt to Muslim immigration – yet the GOP leadership continues to parrot Democrat talking points about religious liberty.  Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell are earning an implacable enmity as they condescend to us with moral posturing.  Religious liberty is a constitutional right of American citizens, not a right for immigrants to enter our country even if their imperial religion demands the death of homosexuals, the bondage of women, the murder of Jews, and sharia law.  

The next jihadi may not be content with a nightclub massacre.  He may go in for the big stuff.  From Judicial Watch, "'Islamic Refugee' with Gas Pipeline Plans Arrested in New Mexico Border County":

Police in a U.S. town bordering Mexico have apprehended an undocumented, Middle Eastern woman in possession of the region's gas pipeline plans, law enforcement sources tell Judicial Watch. Authorities describe the woman as an "Islamic refugee" pulled over during a traffic stop by a deputy sheriff in Luna County, New Mexico which shares a 54-mile border with Mexico. (snip) Judicial Watch has broken a number of stories in the last few years about Mexican drug traffickers smuggling Islamic terrorists into the United States through the porous southern border. Last summer high-level sources on both sides of the Mexico-U.S. border offered alarming details about an operation in which cartels smuggle foreigners from countries with terrorist links. (snip)

A few months ago Judicial Watch reported that members of a cell of Islamic terrorists stationed in Mexico cross into the U.S. to explore targets for future attacks with the help of Mexican drug traffickers. Among the jihadists that travel back and forth through the porous southern border is a Kuwaiti named Shaykh Mahmood Omar Khabir, an ISIS operative who lives in the Mexican state of Chihuahua not far from El Paso, Texas. Khabir trained hundreds of Al Qaeda fighters in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Yemen and has lived in Mexico for more than a year, according to Judicial Watch's high-level Homeland Security sources. Now Khabir trains thousands of men—mostly Syrians and Yemenis—to fight in an ISIS base situated in the Mexico-U.S. border region near Ciudad Juárez. Khabir actually brags in a European newspaper article about how easy it is to stake out American targets because the border region is wide open. In the same story Foreign Affairs Secretary Claudia Ruiz, Mexico's top diplomat, says she doesn't understand why the Obama administration and the U.S. media are "culpably neglecting this phenomenon," adding that "this new wave of fundamentalism could have nasty surprises in store for the United States."

I was in Animas, New Mexico a few months ago, not far from where the Gas Pipeline jihadi was just arrested, and had the privilege of attending a standing room only townhall meeting of all the local ranchers and townspeople, following a kidnapping of a man by some Mexican drug runners.  As I was chatting with one rancher after the meeting, he pulled out a photo he took on his property of an illegal resting in the shade of a tree.  "Does that look like a Mexican to you?" he asked, as we both stared at the photo of what distinctly appeared to be a Somali. 

The handwriting is on the wall.  And our leaders are wanting.

If we don't get serious about jihad in America, a major disaster is heading our way.   How many American lives need to be sacrificed? 

Voters support Donald Trump's halt to Muslim immigration – yet the GOP leadership continues to parrot Democrat talking points about religious liberty.  Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell are earning an implacable enmity as they condescend to us with moral posturing.  Religious liberty is a constitutional right of American citizens, not a right for immigrants to enter our country even if their imperial religion demands the death of homosexuals, the bondage of women, the murder of Jews, and sharia law.  

The next jihadi may not be content with a nightclub massacre.  He may go in for the big stuff.  From Judicial Watch, "'Islamic Refugee' with Gas Pipeline Plans Arrested in New Mexico Border County":

Police in a U.S. town bordering Mexico have apprehended an undocumented, Middle Eastern woman in possession of the region's gas pipeline plans, law enforcement sources tell Judicial Watch. Authorities describe the woman as an "Islamic refugee" pulled over during a traffic stop by a deputy sheriff in Luna County, New Mexico which shares a 54-mile border with Mexico. (snip) Judicial Watch has broken a number of stories in the last few years about Mexican drug traffickers smuggling Islamic terrorists into the United States through the porous southern border. Last summer high-level sources on both sides of the Mexico-U.S. border offered alarming details about an operation in which cartels smuggle foreigners from countries with terrorist links. (snip)

A few months ago Judicial Watch reported that members of a cell of Islamic terrorists stationed in Mexico cross into the U.S. to explore targets for future attacks with the help of Mexican drug traffickers. Among the jihadists that travel back and forth through the porous southern border is a Kuwaiti named Shaykh Mahmood Omar Khabir, an ISIS operative who lives in the Mexican state of Chihuahua not far from El Paso, Texas. Khabir trained hundreds of Al Qaeda fighters in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Yemen and has lived in Mexico for more than a year, according to Judicial Watch's high-level Homeland Security sources. Now Khabir trains thousands of men—mostly Syrians and Yemenis—to fight in an ISIS base situated in the Mexico-U.S. border region near Ciudad Juárez. Khabir actually brags in a European newspaper article about how easy it is to stake out American targets because the border region is wide open. In the same story Foreign Affairs Secretary Claudia Ruiz, Mexico's top diplomat, says she doesn't understand why the Obama administration and the U.S. media are "culpably neglecting this phenomenon," adding that "this new wave of fundamentalism could have nasty surprises in store for the United States."

I was in Animas, New Mexico a few months ago, not far from where the Gas Pipeline jihadi was just arrested, and had the privilege of attending a standing room only townhall meeting of all the local ranchers and townspeople, following a kidnapping of a man by some Mexican drug runners.  As I was chatting with one rancher after the meeting, he pulled out a photo he took on his property of an illegal resting in the shade of a tree.  "Does that look like a Mexican to you?" he asked, as we both stared at the photo of what distinctly appeared to be a Somali. 

The handwriting is on the wall.  And our leaders are wanting.