Malkin: The 'Social Justice Approach' to Fighting Terrorism Has Failed
Following the horrific terror attack in Manchester, England, Michelle Malkin is praising President Trump for responding to radical Islamic terror with "moral clarity."
She said it's a huge difference from former President Obama, who displayed "moral ambiguity" and "cluelessness" by attributing terrorism to poverty and a lack of opportunity.
"Many of these jihadis did not suffer from lack of exposure to the West. They were educated by the West," Malkin said. "These people do not lack educations. We do not need a ... social justice approach to terrorism. And that is the main difference we've seen in the Obama administration and the Trump administration."
She said the problem in the U.K., the U.S. and much of the Western world is that we have leaders who have been "blind, deaf and dumb" to the threat of jihadists.
"When you have these refugees who are welcomed into your country and you fail at the basic goal and the basic requirement of assimilation in the country, this is what you end up with," Malkin said.
She quoted the famous historian Arnold J. Toynbee: "Civilizations die from suicide, not by murder."
Watch the "Fox & Friends" interview above.