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O’Reilly on Syrian Refugee Situation: Obama Lost All Credibility on Matters of Security

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These People (Democrats) Aren’t Interested in Protecting Us From Harm, and the Folks Know It”

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Bill O’Reilly, host of the O’Reilly Factor on Fox News, said Monday night that Americans oppose the Syrian refugee program because President Obama has lost all credibility on matters of national security.

“The signal sent to the president is: we don’t trust you to protect us,” O’Reilly said. “So that’s the deal… The Democratic Party has become completely ineffective at fighting terrorism.”

O’Reilly ran a clip of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., who touted at a press conference that Obama put together a 60-nation coalition that she has “complete confidence” will defeat ISIS. He called Pelosi an “intellectual zombie” and called the party’s line a myth and “dangerous deceit” that “no sane” person would believe.

“These people are not interested in protecting us from harm and the folks know it,” O’Reilly added.

In the latest FOX Poll, 65% of American registered voters say the president’s policy toward ISIS has not been aggressive enough, while 24% say it has been just right. Four percent “live with Bernie Sanders” and say it has been too aggressive.

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