Sebastian Gorka Was Right: Rex Tillerson Won’t Say Radical Islam… Just Like McMaster (Video)
Last week White House adviser Sebastian Gorka resigned from the Trump administration.
The globalists are in charge now.
President Trump has rid his inner circle of anyone that was part of your Make America Great agenda.
In his resignation letter Gorka said this about President Trump’s Afghanistan speech:
The fact that those who drafted and approved the speech remove any mention of radical Islam or radical Islamic terrorism proves that a crucial element of the presidential campaign has been lost.
On Sunday Secretary of State Rex Tillerson ripped Sebastian Gorka on FOX News Sunday. And Tillerson refused to say radical Islam — instead saying the US was at war with terrorism which “manifests itself in many types of organization.”
CHRIS WALLACE: Sebastian Gorka, one of the president’s spokesmen on foreign policy, was fired on Friday — this following the firing of Steve Bannon. And some folks are saying that this is — particularly on the right, further to the right, I should say — are saying that this is a victory of the globalists, and they include you in that group, over the so-called America Firsters.
Sebastian Gorka in his resignation letter wrote this about the Afghanistan speech: The fact that those who drafted and approved the speech remove any mention of radical Islam or radical Islamic terrorism proves that a crucial element of the presidential campaign has been lost.
Is Gorka right?
REX TILLERSON: I think he’s completely wrong, Chris. And I think it shows a lack of understanding of the president’s broader policy when it comes to protecting Americans at home and abroad from all acts of terrorism. Terrorism, as we’ve said, manifests itself in many types of organization.
The president has charged us to develop policies and tactics both diplomatically and militarily to attack terrorism in as many forms, wherever it exists in the world and wherever it might present a threat to the homeland or to Americans anywhere. This means that we have to develop techniques that are global in their nature. All we want is to ensure that terrorists do not have the capability to organize and carry out attacks.
Now we know why President Trump didn’t say “Radical Islam.”