The Muslim apologist in Chief, President Barack Obama can never call Muslim extremists true followers of Islam, and Fox News wants him to denounce the religion in its entirety. The president, as do most educated people, knows that most Muslims are not maniacal Jihadists. A Moore, Oklahoma man beheaded a coworker, savagely employing a barbaric and medieval method of murder. Fox and Friends wants President Obama to comment on this particular incident by using the correct language: terrorism. Savage as it was, hundreds die every week from gunshots, but this particular death must warrant a statement by the Muslim in Chief.
Ironically, Clayton Morris, the guy who isn't Tucker Carlson, read a post from Alton Nolen's Facebook page (who changed his name to Jah'keem Yisrael) and focused mainly on the spelling issues. He said, erroneously that Yisrael said "an Muslim" where the graphics totally contradict that. The Muslim convert spelled America "Amerika," which probably was a dig at the KKK.
Tucker responds, "he's not only an extremist, he's a MORON." Yet Carlson has never said anything about signs like this.
The murderer shouted out Islamic slogans (not sure if they were in Arabic or one of the many languages of Muslims) while he murdered the 54 year old coworker. He even has an Islamic slogan tattooed on his abdomen, endorsed the stoning of adulterers while at the workplace and worst of all, he tried to convert his coworkers to Islam!
The sarcasm was at its most acerbic when Carlson said,
Federal authorities said they're not sure if this has anything with his religion. I'm waiting for the president to come and explain to this guy that he's not actually a Muslim. The president is in the habit of telling Muslims that they're not Muslims. He is after all not only a noted economist, and Constitutional Scholar, but a theologian too. So he's gonna explain, no, not really a Muslim.
Mandatory blonde Fox female, Anna Kooiman said that his postings on Facebook were of concern to the FBI, listing them as provocative, which just tickled Carlson into a hearty giggle. How absurd to merely label this as 'workplace violence,' ya know, like something to which you'd alert HR. Carlson said ISIS is....provocative, it's provocative?? How ludicrous to think ISIS provokes people to act violently. That's not strong enough language for Fox News.
They showed an earlier aired clip of ex FBI agent, Jonathan Gilliam, who is a veritable expert on the Benghazi "scandal." This should be labeled an ISIS terrorist attack and we should respond with a greater sense of urgency.
Fox is very adept at making viewers paranoid and afraid. The hero in this Vaughan Foods homicide was the manager who had a gun. Rampant beheadings are the next boogeyman and Fox and the NRA want us all to be armed and ready to fight these guys as they come in from our "unsecured" Mexican border.