I love Daniel Greenfield's column Protecting Muslims From Trump, which says exactly what I think:
"After an Islamic terror attack, Americans are told that they’re
foolish and fearful to worry about the type of Islamic terrorism that
just filled a local morgue with bodies. Instead of focusing on the
families of the dead, the media coverage sharply pivots to a million
stories about Muslims who claim to be terrified of a 'backlash' from
Americans and must be protected from the threat of this imaginary
When Americans worry about being murdered by the
Islamic terrorist next door, they are accused of 'giving in to fear',
but when Muslims claim that they’re terrorized by the occasional dirty
look, that’s not only a legitimate fear, but actually rises to the level
of a national crisis.
Never mind the American corpses, let’s focus on the Muslim hurt feelings.
After Trump suggested that maybe we shouldn’t be bringing tens of thousands of Syrians to this country when 13% of them poll
as ISIS supporters (that’s 1,300 for each batch of 10,000 Syrians),
Muslims Brotherhood front groups and their media allies swiftly began
their victimhood theater.
Donald J. Trump has killed zero Americans or even Muslims in terrorist attacks. Meanwhile Muslims have killed 9,983 Americans.
Determining whether Trump or Muslims are the bigger threat is a matter of simple math.
But the media dismisses the threat of Islamic terrorism and urges the
country to panic over Trump. And it never questions the credibility of
the Muslims who whine that they need protection from Trump."