Trump Doubles-Down On Tracking US Muslims [VIDEO]

In an interview with Yahoo News published yesterday, Donald Trump said that as president he’d consider forcing Muslim-Americans to carry special ID cards and would have the federal government spy on them. Later yesterday Trump doubled-down on the plan. NBC News reports:

Donald Trump “would certainly implement” a database system tracking Muslims in the United States, the Republican front-runner told NBC News on Thursday night. “I would certainly implement that. Absolutely,” Trump said in Newton, Iowa, in between campaign town halls. “There should be a lot of systems, beyond databases,” he added. “We should have a lot of systems.” When asked whether Muslims would be legally obligated to sign into the database, Trump responded, “They have to be — they have to be.” On Friday morning, Trump rival Jeb Bush called the comments “just wrong.” “You talk about internment, you talk about closing mosques, you talk about registering people. That’s just wrong. I don’t care about campaigns,” he said on CNBC. “It’s not a question of toughness. It’s to manipulate people’s angst and their fears. That’s not strength, that’s weakness.”

Four times Trump was asked how his plan differs from the Nazis. “You tell me,” he said each time. Jewish and Muslim groups have denounced Trump’s statements.

  • Completely unconstitutional; it will not work.

    • elvigy

      There’s lots of things in the US that are unconstitutional that go on every day. See “civil forfeiture” for example.

      • I am with you on that: civil forfeiture is unconstitutional and it is corrupt too.

    • chris james

      The Donald doesn’t care about the Constitution, he’s probably never read it.

      • Sk3ptic

        I’m not sure he’s even heard of it.

        • Soren456

          Or he maybe tried to buy it, to put it in a lobby someplace.

      • Todd20036

        Not true, he’s all about the Second Amendment.

        • Yes, but he seems to think it’s the entire document!

        • Bluto

          So is jeebus.

    • Joseph Miceli

      What is scary is that, if they manage to get people frightened enough, it will be enacted. Right now it is a long shot, but if there is a terrorist attack in the US and Syrian refugees are implicated….
      Just remember, GITMO is still in business and that is blatantly un-Constitutional.

    • Blake Jordan

      If rethuglican takes the White House, stacks the SCOTUS with judges who hate the constitution (4.5 of those already…), all manners of evil will result, both domestically and internationally…

    • Todd20036

      Look how close we came to codifying gays as second class citizens.

      • Just so. Gay rights is my top concern and preventing the spread of (any) religion is my second goal.

    • clay

      It was unconstitutional in 1942, as well.

      Didn’t stop the internment camps.

    • kaydenpat

      It can be made constitutional. I’m sure if this country descends so far down that we elect Trump, he’ll work with the Republican Congress to pass another Patriot Act which will eviscerate our constitutional rights in the name of fighting terrorists.

  • canoebum

    Just another small government Republican.

  • JT
    • Octavio

      He’s so helter skelterish.

  • Sean

    Illegal, Hitler wannabe.

    Time for REAL Americans and civilized human beings to start preparing their homes & businesses to protect & hide Muslim/Middle Eastern Americans from the grotesque, inhuman, un-American, COWARDLY, Reichpublican Nazi wannabe Party like Miep & Jan Gies, & the other Opekta employees (Victor Kugler, Johannes Kleiman, & Bep Voskuil) did for the Frank & van Pels families & Fritz Pfeffer.

    • Bj Lincoln

      I am an American mutt related to Lincoln’s father. I too would hide my American-Muslim/Middle Eastern friends and neighbors from the stupid sheeple.

    • Todd20036

      I’ve read the WaPo comments. Quite a few people just don’t see the correlation between Jews in the 1930s and Muslims today.

  • “Four times Trump was asked how his plan differs from the Nazis. ‘You tell me,’ he said each time.”

    Did no one have the guts to say to him, “It doesn’t, except your plan is in English instead of German.”

    • Todd20036

      And the Nazis had a better sense of fashion than Trump ever could.
      Just saying….

      • TampaDink

        But did they have their haute couture assembled in Chiiiiiiiiinuh?

      • Harley

        That’s because a gay man designed the uniforms. That’s why Nazis are so sexy.

    • Judas Peckerwood

      Somewhere in imaginary Hell, a man with a toothbrush mustache is smiling.

      • Todd20036

        Charlie Chaplin?

        • Judas Peckerwood

          Nah, he’s in imaginary Heaven.

      • Harley

        No. Hitler is in heaven cause he found Jebus right before he Had his henchmen blow out his brains so all is forgiven. Kim Davis will be sitting at his right hand when she dies.

        • David Walker

          Or ON his right hand. She’s been forgiven, you know.

    • bkmn

      Do we refer to him as “Herr Trump” or Hair Trump?

      • Todd20036

        Yes.
        Or even: Heil Toupee’

        • bkmn

          Like this?

          • DirtyPierre

            bkmn it took me five minutes to stop laughing to tell you that you nailed this one!

          • David Walker

            Out-fripping-standing!

          • that is just epic!!

      • Veylon

        According to It Can’t Happen Here, it’s “The Chief” or possibly “The Boss”. It’s a fit for Trump right down to blandly asserting that it’s not Fascism without providing any supporting evidence.

        • canoebum

          “El Jefe”.

      • Nic Peterson

        Well done, Sir!

      • Cattleya1

        I think when his grandfather immigrated, he spelled it Drumpf…

    • Todd20036

      This isn’t funny anymore.
      Hey Perdue, I’m calling you the fuck out. Still think Hillary is the same as the GOTP candidates? Guess who isn’t hoping to enact 1930s German style laws you belligerent stubborn oaf.

    • Doug105
      • GC

        More info: “Anne Frank’s family sought U.S. visa, letters show”
        http://www.reuters.com/article/2007/02/14/us-annefrank-letters-idUSN1430569220070214

        The letters were discovered in mid-2005.

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      • JCF

        ^ This is undoubtedly wrong.

        …she would have moved to Florida by now.

        Memory Eternal.

    • kaydenpat

      Someone should have told Trump that the original sounded better in German.

    • Rambie

      Will 2016 be the year?

      • It’ll be the year for something, depending on whether or not people get their asses to the polling stations.

        • Rambie

          Trump says something that should be outrageous and then when nothing too bad happens to Trump the rest of the clown car turns. If this doesn’t hurt trump Cruz, Carsen, and Rubio will be right there ready to start the pogroms.

      • Ish

        Trump doesn’t actually give a shit about the cross

        • Rambie

          No, but Cruz, Rubio, or Carsen will gladly carry it when Trump campaign finally implodes.

        • Mona

          But you do about ice cream.

          btw- do you stil weigh 400 pounds?

    • Six Pins Delores

      Can I steal that Stogi?

  • MarkOH

    Gee Mr Trump. Will they have to wear crescents on their clothing? You know, like stars?

  • safari2bongaloo

    • Todd20036

      That is scary-good

  • Jan Wesselius

    He could use the Japanese interment camps, if any are still standing. Those camps were as American as apple pie.

    • Paula

      I have been to a couple of the sites, in Wyoming and Colorado. The only thing left was the foundations of the major buildings. Maybe he could use stadiums, that worked so well in Chile. 🙁

  • Sam_Handwich

    “We need systems! Yuuuuge, beautiful systems! And we’ll make the muzzies pay for them!! Make America white again!”

  • Blake Jordan

    The Feds need to investigate if there is collaboration between Daesh and (Trump and other right wing individuals)…

    • Sk3ptic

      All evidence points to this.

  • Jacob

    Red crescents, yellow stars, pink triangles. It’s like a big bowl of genocide lucky charms waiting to happen.

    • Todd20036

      Nice analogy!

    • Tipsy

      They’re magically seditious!

      • Bluto

        That’s funny as hell even though it shouldn’t be.

      • StraightGrandmother

        Oh that was clever

    • HanyBaal

      Green crescents, you infidel. We’re not commies.

      • I’m curious about something. What’s the likelihood of one of those Muslim “dynastic families” in Syria or Lebanon having members who are Catholic converts. I’m talking about the Sinno Family.

        • HanyBaal

          Roman Catholics and Maronite (an eastern Catholic rite) Make up a third of the population in Lebanon and have existed in the region since for over a millennium. They are the dynastic families that have lost converts to Islam, my family for instance.

          • Thanks for the reply! Will send you a private message on HCM.

      • YakHerder

        Would that you were 🙂

      • Jacob

        Pardon my ignorance. I was thinking of the Red Cross’s associate organizations.

  • Blake Jordan

    Seems like a waste of resources, when it is american and raised, straight, white men that go on weekly (?) violent rampages…

  • Rex

    What was that you said about religious liberty?

    • JCF

      Points!

  • bkmn

    After the Muslims, who will be the next group to be databased, tracked and publicly humiliated? The Jews, the Methodists, the Sikhs, you?

    • Sean

      LGBT

    • zhera

      Mexicans.

    • kaydenpat

      Exactly. Why should anyone believe it will be limited to Muslims? The Right hates a lot more people than just Muslims.

  • Prion

  • Blake Jordan

    Who wants to bet that members of Daesh are jerking off to every bit of news regarding “western” governments turning away Syrian refugees, etcetera…

  • The irony of the far right candidates saying stuff like this is that the very people who believe that we need MORE religious freedom in this country would have us repeal religious freedom so that it can be a basis for discrimination.

    • That may be because they have an exceedingly skewed and myopic view of what constitutes “religious freedom.”

    • Todd20036

      The people screaming “religious freedom” really mean “Christian domination”.
      Trust me, they are not for pagan or satanic symbols to be displayed on public grounds.

  • Sk3ptic

    How the fuck is terrorism more frightening and less acceptable to the sheeple than the daily gun violence committed by our own citizens on our own soil? What is this hysteria?

    • David F.

      And that violence is going to increase. Here in Ohio the number of concealed carry permit applications has skyrocketed. More frightened, paranoid, stupid people with guns. Yeah. Time to start looking for big and tall body armor.

      • Joe in PA

        More frightened, paranoid, stupid people with guns. What could go wrong?

      • Combine that with the already high number of Muslim (Somali) refugees in central Ohio, and something really nasty seems inevitable.

      • Bj Lincoln

        Are they allowed to carry in bars now? That is the perfect mix. Booze, stupid and a gun. But then you can by beer almost 24 hours a day and every day of the week. Just drive right in and pop the trunk! So glad I got out.

      • David Walker

        As John Mellon Cougarcamp once noted: Ain’t that America?

    • Ah, the ironisticalism of it all:

      “NRA-Backed Legislator: We Can’t Take Syrian Refugees Because It’s Too Easy For Them To Buy Guns”

      http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2015/11/17/3722968/nra-texas-rep-no-syrians-gun-access/

      • zhera

        AAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAA

        It’s either laughing or crying. I don’t want to cry today.

      • Sk3ptic

        I saw that and almost seized.

      • MBear

        Interesting that Christians for Michele Bachman, an FB poe/satire page, posted a faux msg just like that as if it came from Wayne LaPierre just a few days ago

      • Soren456

        This one?

        • Yep. That’s the one. Guns for me but none for thee.

        • JCF

          Capt Piccard, can you please set phasers to “Stun” and aim them at Congress?

          • Soren456

            And the Texas legislature.

    • oikos

      Freedumb!

      • Gerry Fisher

        mmm-hmmm!

    • Gerry Fisher

      >What is this hysteria?

      Racist, religionist scapegoating.

    • Yalma Cuder-Zicci

      Ben Carson answered that: “I never saw a body with bullet holes that was more devastating than taking the right to arm ourselves away.” With American mass shootings, the conversation is immediately turned to the government wanting to “take our guns away”, and people forget about the “body with the bullet holes”.

    • kaydenpat

      There’s no rational answer to your question. It defies reason that everyone is up in arms about Syrian refugees when so many hundreds of Americans have been victims of gun violence.

      • David Walker

        Reason has nothing to do with it.

  • Prion

    ,,,

    • Bj Lincoln

      That is sad.

  • zhera

    1. “There should be yooge systems!”

    2. Wasn’t it tRump who had a book by Hitler by his bed?

    3. Jeb; is being a hypocrite. He only wants to let in the christian refugees. How is that better than tracking or internment for muslims?

    4. This is the level of discourse in a US campaign for the Presidency. I hate humanity!

    • If they’re concerned that terrorists are seeded amongst the Muslim refugees, how on earth could they verify that there aren’t Muslims (terrorists or otherwise) seeded amongst the Christians? I’m not following Jeb’s logic here, even if I agreed with him (I don’t).

      • zhera

        According to Jeb; you can tell christians from muslims. When asked how, his answer is ‘I think you can”.

        Such an orator, that Jeb;

        • Joe knows who I am.

          I know, and he’s the “smart” one.

          • Todd20036

            The only “smart” Bush was HW Bush. He may have done shit for the AIDS crisis, but at least he got us out of the Middle East.

          • Soren456

            Jeb is more polished. I don’t think he is smarter.

        • ColdCountry

          Wasn’t it Steve King who said you could spot an illegal alien by his shoes?

          • zhera

            WOW!

          • ColdCountry

            Yup. About five years ago, though he was talking about Mexicans. Maybe someone should ask him if the same applies to terrorists? And this man is still in office….

          • Acronym Jim

            Ooh, I haven’t read that yet. Was it a short story or full novel? It’s kind of reminiscent of his 10 O’Clock People story where the only people that could see the horrifying aliens were those who had quit smoking and then started again.

            Or am I thinking of the wrong Stephen King?

          • ColdCountry

            Wrong one. This was Republican Steve King of Iowa, who five years ago said that you could spot Mexican illegals by their shoes.

      • Charlie

        There is no logic when it comes to the Bush boys. Jeb is not any more intelligent than his brother. I’m not so worried about Jeb…he seems to be a harmless oaf trying to play a tough guy. It’s Rafael Cruz that scares the hell out of me. I mean, really scares the hell out of me.

        • Todd20036

          And Trump doesn’t?

          • Cattleya1

            Cruz is positioning himself to mop up and become the party candidate when Trump and Carson both flame out. That truly is frightening – because his base is much more likely to show up and vote than Hillery’s is. Kentucky just had a gubernatorial election and only 30% of the registered voters showed up at the polls – in a state where only 65% of the eligible adults are registered to vote. When I crunched the numbers, it looks like only 10% of the adults in KY actually voted for their RWNJ. Cruz is counting on the same thing.

  • LovesIrony

    Dear Trump Supporter, There is more to the US Constitution than the 2nd Amendment.

  • bambinoitaliano

    Why not just tattoo a universal product code on everyone’s forehead. No need to carry id or cash and credit, debit card for that matter.

    • Bad Tom

      People had serial numbers tattooed on the back of their necks in Jean-Luc Godard’s Alphaville, released in 1965.
      ——-
      A man before his time.

      • bambinoitaliano

        With the advance of IOT. Internet of Things where every devices, vehicles and appliances can communicate with each other, I’m sure tracking of humans are way more easy with an implant.

  • Gigi

    “That’s not strength. That’s weakness.” I agree with Jeb. (Don’t get excited. Even a broken clock is right twice a day.)

    • Chucktech

      Unless that broken clock is in Rick Perry’s house…

      • David Walker

        Or an unplugged LED.

  • Sam_Handwich

    he talks about people ….Mexicans, Muslims, refugees… like they’re real estate to be “managed”

    i’m not sure it’s as deliberately devious as it sounds….it’s all he knows. Which is precisely why he’s unfit for the white house. he knows nothing about governance and public policy, so he makes up stuff on the fly using the only tools he has

  • Sean Taylor

    I wager that all of these suggestions are coming from people who thought history class was boring.

  • oikos

    Republicans getting Big Government out of our lives and protecting Freedumb with fear.

  • Gustav2

    Jeb! will not win the primary sounding like President Obama.

  • bambinoitaliano

    The wheels of fascism goes round and round, round and round…….who knew it’s America’s turn to host.

  • Sean

    ..

    • kaydenpat

      We need his life to be made into a movie!! Get on it, Hollywood.

  • Bluto

    This fascist motherfucker is not funny any more.

    • Todd20036

      Yeah, his campaign is no longer a joke.

    • kaydenpat

      He never was funny. He started his campaign by calling Mexican immigrants, criminals and rapists. Disgusting that he’s gotten so far.

      • Bluto

        No, of course that was not funny nor any of his other racist, bigoted, misogynistic, & xenophobic bullshit but other than that he & his feigned spirituality & jingoism have been a hoot. Now that he’s crossed into nazi territory, LITERALLY, not so much.

  • DaddyRay

    This election is turning out to be the most embarrassing crop of candidates (Handwich and Jalapeño excluded of course) for our country in living memory.
    Caribou Barbie ranks up there but she wasn’t running to be President, just VP.

    • Sam_Handwich

      this is what happens when a base turns against the party establishment. they’re slowly coming to terms with what a disaster their last president was, but still fuming that their two previous establishment candidates lost so badly….to a black dude at that.

      who better to channel their angst than unhinged loudmouths like Trump and Carson? this is a tantrum more than a serious political contest.

      • DaddyRay

        It seems like a bad social experiment to see how offensive a candidate could be and it is backfiring because instead of losing popularity they are gaining popularity. I said it before it is like the political version of the play “The Producers”

        • Sam_Handwich

          ♫ Springtime for Donald in Iowa ….♪♫

          • Bad Tom

            Winter for every one else…

    • Doug105
      • DaddyRay

        Shockingly delicious

      • Octavio

        The middle kid looks downright deelish. 🙂

  • Jarle Tveitan

    Welp, here’s hoping that Bernie, or Hillary, or basically any, ANY democratic candidate whatso-ever wins.

    Here’s a fun game: try to guess wether a republican candidate is either

    A. delusional
    B. stupid
    C. lying to get approval

    or

    D. a mixture of the above

    • Todd20036

      I go for E: jingoistic, war mongering, and trying desperately to start WWIII

  • Marc

    It terrifies me that any portion of our society agrees with this rhetoric or supports this man

    • Martin

      straight white men are the biggest threat to american security and peace :3

      • Todd20036

        That’s always been the case since this country’s founding.

      • pch1013

        Plenty of gays are on board with Trump’s program too, shamefully enough.

  • ECarpenter

    Which arm would he put the tattoos on?

    I had no idea he was capable of becoming even more disgusting, he has surprised me.

    • TampaDink

      Which arm? I think you underestimate the way that Hair Trump values the real estate of the forehead.

  • shellback

    Before dealing with muslims, I think we should do something about the xtian problem.

    • Chucktech

      The YOOOGE xtian problem.

  • Bad Tom

    Mr. Trump, would YOU be willing to be tracked by your own database?
    If not, why not?
    After all, it’s for everyone’s safety.

    • DaddyRay

      Well his wife is one of those Slovenian furners

      • Bad Tom

        Seems like she should be in there.

      • TampaDink

        4 out of 5 of his spawn are only half-murikan….and the one born to two U.S. born parents is the one he’s so embarrassed by that he never mentions her.

  • Bad Tom

    If there’s anything we know about government systems–
    Once they are in place, their use expands.

    Phone surveillance once required a court order.
    How has that worked out?

    Seizing a citizen’s property once required being convicted of a crime.
    How has that worked out? *
    ——-
    * With civil forfeiture, you don’t even have to be formally accused of a crime.

  • Sam_Handwich

    not sure if Joe covered this earlier in the week. i think Kasich later back-tracked on this nonsense..

    As part of a broad national security plan to defeat ISIS, Republican Presidential candidate John Kasich proposed creating a new government agency to push Judeo-Christian values around the world.

    The new agency, which he hasn’t yet named, would promote a Jewish- and Christian-based belief system to four regions of the world: China, Iran, Russia and the Middle East.

    http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2016-election/kasich-proposes-new-government-agency-promote-judeo-christian-values-n465101

    • Todd20036

      W/E.
      Kasich’s numbers are in asterisk territory.

      • Sam_Handwich

        oh i know. but i guess he figured he wasn’t getting anywhere trying to disguise himself as sensible

        • Todd20036

          True. People once thought he was the least crazy of the bunch.

          That isn’t true anymore. The present candidates are either crazy, or crazier.

          I knew the GOTP degraded the GOP, but I never seriously used the word “fascist” before.

          I am now. And I don’t think this is Poe anymore. Switch “Muslim” for “Jew” and you really do get what Hitler started back in the 1930s.

    • Ben Carson’s foreign affairs advisor is pushing that to just be out and out Christian evangelism by the US Military.

  • Dan Robinson

    This election feels a bit like eating that fish that sometimes kills people. If it works out (repugs lose) it’s an interesting experience and all’s well. If not you die.

    • Todd20036

      You are thinking of the blow fish. The flesh is tasty, but it has a poison gland. If the chef pierces the gland, you get a dose of neurotoxin.

      • Octavio

        Fugu? Love me some fugu. 🙂

        • JCF

          Well fugu too!

          • Octavio

            🙂

      • Dan Robinson

        Yeah that one. With the republican neurotixin.

  • Michael Rush

    I see Trump’s health failing , although his dad lived to be 93 .
    ( after at least 6 years of Alzheimer’s disease )

  • Marides48

    The NAZI’s used “good management” but they called it the “Final Solution”!

    tRump scares me with his mindless rants.

  • lattebud

    Let’s see Donald give a “huuuge” answer to this question?

    https://twitter.com/MuslimMarine/status/667407931768512512?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

  • Reality.Bites

    So how do we define a Muslim anyway, Donald? Birth? Belief?

    Like one of my dad’s friends is Muslim and his wife is Jewish. If they had kids I know they’d be Jewish under Jewish law, but what about Trump’s law? What if those kids married Christians and had kids? Or married agnostics?

    And most importantly Donald, would Shoebat père et fils be required to register? Because just between you and me Donny, that would probably get me on board

    • Todd20036

      All Middle Easterners are Muslim.
      Anyone with a bushy beard is Muslim.
      Anyone who sympathizes with Muslims is a Muslim.
      Anyone who is called a Muslim, regardless of any sort of proof, is a Muslim.
      Anyone with a Muslim-sounding name is Muslim.
      And all Muslims mentioned above are terrorists.
      See how easy that is?

      • Reality.Bites

        This sounds like a severely twisted Jeff Foxworthy routine.

    • Now Anon

      Please refer to Mein Kampf for all the answers you need.

  • StraightGrandmother

    Saw this on twitter

  • Yalma Cuder-Zicci
  • Gerry Fisher

    tRump doubling down is not news. If he ever reverses course or apologizes, then let me know.

  • YakHerder

    Does anyone possibly still think the “f-word” is still too strong?! This is it, people. A fascist is leading the race to be the next president. A fascist.

    • Todd20036

      Only one correction: Fascists.

      Name one GOP candidate who is putting his/her foot down and trying to act like an adult.

      One.

  • So the idea is that Muslims are enemies in our midst, and so then take away basic American freedoms as a result and spy on them, making America less American, and Muslims feel more outcast, which will result in….. what? A safer, better America? Trump was fun for a while, but this hate and fear mongering is ugly and dangerous, because it plays too well into the Republican mind.

    • James

      If he ever makes it onto a debate stage with Hillary he’ll be eviscerated for this and his many other ridiculous, dangerous remarks. The question is whether American voters will be able to see past their racism, xenophobia and fear.

  • So they’ll just pretend not to be Muslims.

  • kaydenpat

    It’s scary that this man could be President. I fear for the U.S. if we have another terrorist attack here. Who knows what laws will be passed then.

  • New slogan of the GOP and conservative, christian America:

    Heil, mein Fühair!

    http://s5.postimg.org/hz5bg3zvr/trumpheil.jpg

  • sword

    We need a similar tracking for all of the Right-Wingers.

  • RoFaWh

    tRump demostrates that he is a gas bag filled, not with farts, but outright evil.

    Hey, fuckface, how ya gonna decide who’s a Muslim and who isn’t? It’s neither a nationality nor a race, you know.

  • TKW

    I find it sad that we even allow him to exist on the national stage. Where is our dignity, our compassion, our sense of all that makes us better than ISIS? He has and will take this country to new depths of evil that will be far worse than anything ISIS can do to us.

  • Lloyd Peacock

    Are people in the States still serious about the “buffoon”, OMG, I see the polls and believe that a good majority of the people in the States have gone absolutely mad.|
    This man is, along with the other Republican Candidates more scary than Al Quada, Boko Haram, Hitler, Manson, Al Assad, and Satan all in one. The People in the States better wake up out of this Fantasy World they are in or there will be no world period. If Global Warming doesn’t get us, these asses will.

  • Frighteningly enough, that database probably already exists.

  • grobi

    The guy is starting to scare me .

    • TuuxKabin

      starting to . . . ?

  • TheManicMechanic

    Sieg yuuuge heil!

  • Christian Right = DAESH ISIS

  • MikeBx2

    At some point it can honestly be said he’s intentionally helping the terrorists recruit.

  • Merv99

    The Tea Party is all about defending the constitution and opposing government tyranny, so I’m sure that Trump’s support will collapse after this.

  • joe ho

    ….

    • Ginger Snap

      Makes me sick NH has surrendered and my Governor hasn’t replied to my e-mail about this decision.

    • Soren456

      I believe the governor of Oregon made a point of welcoming refugees.

  • David Walker

    There is no question that Trump is trying to make things better for the Merkin people. The data system will be on a hack-free site so anyone can access it and visit their terrorist neighbors, and the mandatory patches will make it easier to identify whom to shoot. Trump is truly thoughty.

  • this isn’t funny anymore. at this point, any former/registered-republicans who continue to support the GOP can no longer pretend they’re “not that bigoted kind of republican” – what you permit, you promote. and this is some fascist bullshit.

  • EqualityForAll

    I just love what he’s doing to the GOP’s image. He’s got to be working for Hillary – there’s no other reason for his insane campaign!

  • jomicur

    Gee, I wonder what his final solution will be.

  • coram nobis

    “Four times Trump was asked how his plan differs from the Nazis. “You tell me,” he said each time. ”

    Um, no, it seems to be more a hybrid of the apartheid pass-book system, with FDR’s relocation camps as a backup.

    Not that he’s consciously recycling that — it’s more like his policy is whatever pops into his head, and then takes on permanence, sort of like spilled cement.

  • anne marie in philly

    profiling much, Rump?

  • Bill_Perdue

    Threats to civilians in the west all have one source, and only one. That source is the barbaric and ceaseless war of aggression by the US and NATO against Arab and muslim peoples. Those wars created ISIS, Al-Qaeda and floods of refugees from Libya, Egypt, Yemen, Palestine, Bahrain, Syria, Iraq, and the AFPAK front.

    The regimes of Democrats and Republicans and their counterparts in NATO nations and the zionist colony in Palestine created this crisis and they’re completely unable to solve it

    Working people will pay the price whether as victims of terrorism in the US and NATO nations or, in vastly larger numbers, as victims of US and NATO terrorism in the states under attack by them or as soldiers in the wars that ensue.

    As terror attacks continue, first by the US, the Zionist colony in Palestine and NATO and then in retaliation, civilians will suffer and so will their civil liberties. Right wing governments – any party or government that accepts capitalism and its wars of aggression – will use these terror attacks to further their own agendas for creating and enlarging their police state apparatus. That’s true under the Holland regime and the Obama regime.

  • Ginger Snap

    The GOP just have to a have a minority group to hate on. Bigots the who lot of them.

  • I saw videos on Rachel Maddow last night – if these are the same, I think he’s blustering in a way that sounds responsive but is really more deflecting than anything else. he really has no clue.

  • timncguy

    “Tracking Muslims in the US” is different than “Tracking US citizens who are Muslim in the US”. If you watch the original question Trump was asked, in his answer he takes the reporter’s suggestion of tracking Muslims and relates it back to talking about borders and immigration and keeping out terrorists. So, clearly Trump was talking about a database of non-citizen Muslims similar to a terrorist watch list that we already have. And, if you listen to the reporter carefully, he never once, in all te times he asks Trump, clarifies that he (the reporter) is talking about US citizens. I’m not a Trump supporter, far from it. But, clearly, Trump and the reporter were talking past each other and were not on the same page.

  • Happy Dance

    Let me see….Freedom of Religion in the Constitution…no can do Dump!

  • Orly

    Special ID cards? Hmm. Maybe something better… Perhaps some kind of symbol or something that would have to be worn on the clothing. Maybe even sewn into the clothing itself with a requirement that it always be worn. Yeah! That’s the ticket! I wonder why no one has thought of that before?!?

  • glass

    “It’s to manipulate people’s angst and their fears.” -Jeb Bush

    So basically he is claiming that Trump is bad, when in actuality, Trump is doing exactly what the Republicans and their “fox news” do everyday.

    If nothing else, I hope Trump makes the Republicans implode. So far SUCCESS!

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