Fiery Rob O'Neill: 'More Offensive to Ask Refugees About Religion' Than Having 'Someone Blown Up'
Former Navy SEAL Rob O'Neill, the man who killed Usama bin Laden, joined Fox & Friends to discuss President Obama's plan to bring more than 100,000 refugees from Syria and other Middle Eastern countries to the United States in 2017.
O'Neill called recent Congressional testimony by a state department employee regarding the vetting process of the refugees "political correctness gone amok."
"Not [even] gone amok, it's normality at this point," he said, "[Deputy Secretary Simon] Henshaw wants to say [more] but his hands are tied."
"It's more offensive to ask someone about their religious beliefs or their political beliefs than to have someone blown up," O'Neill said.
"They're not vetting [the refugees] at all because they're afraid of offending people," he said, "It's this liberal ideology that...they want to be caring but they don't see reality."
The refugees undergo 'cultural sensitivity training' before they are admitted to America, O'Neill said.
"But they're not asking them 'would you rather be under Sharia [Law] or the Constitution...Higher than 90 percent say they want to have Sharia as the law of the land where they show up, so they want to have Sharia here."
"I think a lot of the decisions that are made are just based on how many votes we can get, because party politics is just as important as political correctness."
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