South Carolina Republican U.S. Rep. Jeff Duncan caused an uproar after publically posting what Muslims and their liberal apologists are declaring “racist and Islamophobic.” The post showed a man labeled “Europe” watering a tree labeled “Islam” with a noose attaching the two to signify Europe’s suicide by Islamization. Duncan captioned the photo, “Chew on this picture a little. The tree, in my honest opinion, is much taller today.
As expected, Muslims and liberals, who are more concerned with Islam’s reputation than the slaughter and oppression of millions, immediately denounced Duncan’s post and demanded that he take back his sentiments. Instead of cowering to those who support the Islamic takeover of the West, Duncan gave them a reality check in a statement to The Post and Courier
“I’ve never been politically correct, nor do I care to be,” Duncan said. “The truth is that Europe has allowed radical Islam to grow unchecked for too long, which has led to their current predicament. I want to keep America safe. Sometimes that means having to shove political correctness aside, being honest about the threats facing our country, and taking precautions like the ones President Trump has tried to implement.”
Duncan proved he was one step ahead of the liberal media, offering an addition statement slamming the fake news outlets from his office.
Duncan has introduced the “Terrorist Deportation Act,” which would deport any non-citizen whose name appears on a terrorist watch list. It has 12 co-sponsors, including fellow South Carolina Republican U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson of Aiken.