Terrorists are being killed, locked up, and running scared now that a Commander-in-Chief has replaced an Apologizer-in-Chief.
Terror mastermind Hafiz Muhammad Saeed was placed under house arrest
in Lahore on January 30, less than ten days after Donald Trump took
office. For years, Saeed had been living in the open in Pakistan in
spite of a $10 million American bounty
for information leading to his arrest and conviction. And yet it took
new leadership in Washington D.C. to force the Pakistani government’s
hand in getting serious about fighting Islamic extremism.
Lost in the misleading reports about “Muslim bans” and debates about
much-needed vetting on refugees from the Middle East has been the Trump
administration’s quiet but successful effort behind the scenes to
advance policies that crack down on terrorism and the Islamist ideology
that fuels it.