NBC News Hot Take: "Americans Must Prepare For A Future Where Terror Is Routine"Chris Menahan
Nov. 02, 2017
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Americans must prepare to live with constant, "routine" terrorist attacks, because deportations and closed borders is "not who we are," so says NBC News.
NBC News tweeted on Thursday, "Americans must prepare for a future where terror is routine." They linked to an opinion piece on their website by Cesare Frank Figliuzzi, the former Assistant Director for Counterintelligence at the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Figliuzzi said the "soft-target" terror attacks we're witnessing with increased frequency are actually a sign of success:
The highlight of the article is where he says we need unlimited third world immigration because anything short of that is bigoted and racist:
The good news is that counterterrorism professionals are quietly, albeit gradually, changing their own strategies. To be clear, any loss of life is a tragedy and law enforcement will always work tirelessly to avoid it. But there is inevitable evolution happening as the old pass/fail view of counterterrorism pivots towards a containment and mitigation strategy.If you don't want our immigration policy to be decided by a random lottery seeking to maximize "diversity," then clearly you just hate everyone merely because they have "a different set of beliefs" than you.
Keeping people from third world hell holes filled with terrorism out of our nation is "not who we are." We're a nation of hippy liberals ready to sacrifice our children's future in the name of "maximizing diversity." A people willing to tolerate constant, "routine" terror attacks just so long as we're not called "racist."
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