Newsradio 850 KOA host “Gunny” Bob Newman takes a page from the Michael Savage book with this unbelievable rant about Muslims. (Colorado Media Matters):
NEWMAN: I want — tell me if I’m wrong or tell me if I’m right. I want every Muslim immigrant to America who holds a green card, a visa, or who is a naturalized citizen to be required by law to wear a GPS tracking bracelet at all times. And the FBI and the NSA should monitor their phones and their emails, all communications — electronic — at all times, as well as bug their places of work and their residences. If they don’t like the idea, or if they refuse, throw their asses out of this country. All mosques and community centers as well as Muslim organizations must be monitored. We know with the arrests today that the Muslim terrorists are absolutely, positively here — and we invited them to our country! And I think maybe it’s time that we should stop doing that. Call me kooky, but I think maybe it’s time for a little moratorium on Muslim visas, period. Hey, I’m sorry, guys — I know that a lot of you are great people. I know you just like to do business here or become a U.S. citizens and be a peaceful person. I know that. But you know what? You better get control of your own people. Once you get control of them, then come see us again and we’ll think about — however many decades down the road it is — we’ll think about maybe opening our doors to you again. But you are doing absolutely freaking nothing to help, to, to help this nation. And that’s that.
Excuse me, but what would Gunny Bob say about homegrown Christian domestic terrorists, such as OKC bomber Tim McVeigh or abortion clinic, gay bar, and Olympic Park bomber Eric Robert Rudolph? Should we monitor and round up all Christians because of statements of faith like this:
“Those who attempt to save the lives of unborn children and who wish to promote a culture that respects life are now treated as fanatics, threats to American freedom.”
“As I go to a prison cell for a lifetime, I know that ‘I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith.’ “
— wisdom from the lips of Eric Robert Rudolph during his sentencing.