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Administration officials appear at odds over terror threats

White House in denial?

 

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NEW CONCERNS AS ADMIN OFFICIALS APPEAR TO ODDS OVER TERROR THREATS

LISA BOOTHE: You're absolutely right. There are mixed signals from this administration but that's what happens when you have an administration whose foreign policy is being dictated by incompetency. It's putting our security and economy at risk. What do you expect when you have an administration who thinks that global warming is a bigger threat than terrorism, or who wants to find terrorists jobs. Instead of criticizing Christians and conservatives what this administration should do is be honest about the real threat and that threat is from radical Islamic extremists.

WAYNE ROGERS: At one point they said sovereign extremists are more dangerous than ISIS. Isis is a fanatical religious group it's not just an etiology,

They are out destroying artifacts that are Christian, they are out destroying all civilization. They're barbarians. I don't know what the president is thinking when he says they won't use the phrase extremists and won't use the phrase Islamic extremists.

JONATHAN HOEING: He will use the term extremist. The message has been look away, don't even say the term Islamic extremist or Islamic terrorism. It's evading 30+ years of Islamic terrorism. This is why we have continued to lose the war.

JUAN WILLIAMS: Because he's got the metrics on his side. If you're talking about a military war, no, tribal war, no. We are safer than we have been, I think for the last hundred years.

PRESIDENT: ICE AGENTS WHO DON'T FOLLOW IMMIGRATION POLICIES FACE 'CONSEQUENCES'

WAYNE ROGERS: Maybe the order is wrong, maybe the president is wrong, he doesn't question it just sends out a directive and signs it. That is a dictator. He is wrong and should let the Congress handle it.

LISA BOOTHE: Are you surprised? This is a President who called illegal immigrants Americans in waiting. This is a President who has incited illegal immigration. He is tougher on law enforcement than illegals. We are a nation of immigrants but we are a nation of laws.

JUAN WILLIAMS: I can't believe this. It is a matter of law and order; it's the government of the United States. He is talking to ICE agents as employees of the US government who should follow the US law. He is talking about not deporting people on a different basis than the new order requires.

JONATHAN HOENIG: You can't equate illegal immigrants' with ICE. His response should be to welcome the illegals and he is tougher than IRAN than illegals. The government's role is to protect us.

CELEBRITIES URGING PRESIDENT TO GO ONE STEP FURTHER AFTER PIPELINE VETO

JONATHAN HOENIG: It's the culture. They learn it in the schools. Would Mark Ruffalo be happier if we were shivering in makeshift tents? That is the road this is going down.

WAYNE ROGERS: This debate is false in the following: someone is going to build a pipeline if we don't and the oil will go somewhere, and it will pollute the atmosphere anyway.

JUAN WILLIAMS: People should stand up, and artists who have the platform they should say what they want to say. They make a stand-hats off to them.

LISA BOOTHE: These idiots have no idea what middle class Americans want or need. The reality is Obama administration said the Keystone pipeline would have negative effects on the environment and it will be a job creator.