During his three day summit on Countering Violent Extremism, President Obama continued to reject the notion that the West is at war with radical Islam. So what does the Obama administration identify as the real threat?
According to reports leaked from the Department of Homeland Security, the real danger to U.S. national security isn't ISIS or radical Islamic terror, but domestic right-wing extremists.
Dr. Sebastian Gorka said on "Fox and Friends Weekend" said he couldn't recall an instance in the last 20 years when right-wing extremists flew jumbo jets into buildings, set off bombs at a marathon or beheaded 21 Christian hostages.
"It really is the most egregious politicization of national security," Gorka stated. "We're going to be looking for right-wing extremists when ISIS prepares to attack us? It's outrageous."
"We have tens of thousands of people in the Middle East and elsewhere and here in America who have committed themselves to the destruction of this great nation. And we're going to be focusing on the small cluster of right-wingers here in the United States?" Gorka said. "This could endanger American lives."
Gorka explained that this feeds into the Obama administration's narrative that radical Islamic extremists aren't the real threat, and they just need more jobs and economic opportunities in those countries.
"It's hard to believe this is actually happening in America, when people are getting burnt alive in the name of fighting the United States and the West, when we have people being targeted because they're members of a Christian minority."
Watch the "Fox and Friends Weekend" clip above.