Reed calls for Justice for Victims of Terrorism
In the wake of weekend terrorist bombings in New York and New Jersey, Tom Reed renewed his calls for an end to political correctness when combating terrorism on U.S. soil. “We care about keeping Americans safe and will not bow to politically correct culture.
Reed says we shouldn’t hesitate to blame entire groups of Americans for the acts of a few; really, Tom? Do you intend to promote predudice?
Reed then criticized the responses of New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio, President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for failing to immediately recognize the attacks as bombings and the ties to terrorism.
Evidently we should jump to conclusions, really Tom? Do you remember Timothy McVeigh?
“Our leaders and our national security agencies must put the victims of terror at the front and center of their thinking. It’s a fundamental question of fairness. Why are victims of terrorist attacks given less rights and legal protections than the terrorists themselves?
When were terrorists given more rights than those killed or injured? Please tell us, Tom.
Homeland security should never be a partisan or political issue,” Reed concluded.
Oh, but it is, and Tom Reed never misses a chance to seek political advantage.