On Tuesday evening, I joined Sean Hannity at Fox News to discuss the US reaction to events in France. You can see the full video here. We discussed President Obama's curious indifference to the rise of ISIS:
Hannity said it's now "beyond mysterious" that President Obama has refused to call out radical Islam and claimed ISIS was "contained" right before the Paris terror attacks.
Steyn answered that Obama's policies are shaped by the long-held view that "America is the problem."
"He's been marinated in a world all his life that thinks America is the problem and that if you remove America from the world scene, whatever happens is better than having America engaged with the world," he said.
Aside from allowing ISIS all the time in the world to grow and expand and corner the market as the most effective vehicle for Islamic supremacism, John Kerry has also been doing his part by reminding Paris that those Charlie Hebdo guys had it coming.
Meanwhile, five days after the slaughter, the world's leading Islamic scholars have weighed in:
The leader of France's Parti de Gauche, Jean-Luc Mélenchon:
This has nothing to do with Islam!
US Secretary of State John Kerry:
It has nothing to do with Islam.
British Home Secretary Theresa May:
The attacks have nothing to do with Islam.
Their acts have nothing to do with this religion.
The head of the Georgian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Ilia II:
The Islamic has nothing to do with it.
Debt-relief activist and world-renowned imam Bono:
It's nothing to do with Islam.
So who does that leave? Charlie Sheen?
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