“Whoa, Who Said That?” Trump Calls Berlin Attack “Jihad Against Christians”, Promptly Forgets

There’s really not a whole lot I can add here, other than to just give you the punchline up front:

Trump: “Whoa, who said that?”

Reporter: “Um, I believe you did.”

Statement from Trump on Berlin attacks:

 Our hearts and prayers are with the loved ones of the victims of today’s horrifying terror attack in Berlin. Innocent civilians were murdered in the streets as they prepared to celebrate the Christmas holiday. ISIS and other Islamist terrorists continually slaughter Christians in their communities and places of worship as part of their global jihad. These terrorists and their regional and worldwide networks must be eradicated from the face of the earth, a mission we will carry out with all freedom-loving partners.

Trump asked about statement, doesn’t remember saying it:

 

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5 thoughts on ““Whoa, Who Said That?” Trump Calls Berlin Attack “Jihad Against Christians”, Promptly Forgets

  1. Did someone say micro-strokes? Trump also recently cited among those recent terrorist attacks – a “terrorist attack in Switzerland” – which was not terror related at all, but a crime committed by a Swiss national against another Swiss national.

    We haven’t had a President this mentally erratic and incompetent since Regan. Now all we need is find out who Trump’s Chief Astrologist will be? Nancy and Ron’s favorite White House astrologist – Joan Quigley is only holding seances from the other side these days, having begun her spiritual dirt nap in 2014.

  2. Whoa is right!

    Heise, you need to read the statement you reference before you create the sensational headlines.

    Your headline states: “Trump Calls Berlin Attack “Jihad Against Christians”. The statement your reference links to reads: “ISIS and other Islamist terrorists continually slaughter Christians in their communities and places of worship as part of their global jihad.” As a political scientist, I am sure you see the difference.

    Perhaps, you meant to reference another source in your comment/headline. Could you provide us with that reference?

    • Nope, I’m with Heisenberg on this one. The terrorist lived in Germany and is for all intents and purposes part of that community.
      If you,like most Trump lovers, try to obfuscate the obvious stupidity of your candidate, you utterly failed (like he will).

      • Were life so simple that you could have everything in only two camps and nothing between. You assume that anybody you disagree with is a ‘Trump lover’?

        Since when does the the locality of a terrorist make him “part of that community’? And what relevance does that have to the point I originally raised?

        Try to rise above the petty political stuff. My original comment was nothing more than to point out that the headline given by Heise was not supported by his references. Any candidate/anybody that intentionally spreads such false hype is nothing more than a talking head wannabee or a person with malicious intent.

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