By John Griffing
Liberal Democrats in public office are increasingly deploying a version of “the enemy of my enemy is my friend” with America’s most deadly enemies as their default political strategy to consolidate power, even if it means sharing that power with radical Islam — the antithesis of everything the Left always claims to want.
Best-selling author Pamela Geller agrees, suggesting that “shared goals” may explain the seemingly illogical and contradictory embrace by liberals of overtly anti-liberal movements like radical Islam (which dehumanizes women and mandates death for homosexuals — two very important constituencies for liberals.)
“The enemy of my enemy is my friend sums it up well,” Gellertold The Daily Caller, after the horrific Orlando nightclub shooting by an ISIS disciple.
“They [Islam, liberals] both hate America and Israel. They both hate Western civilization. So they make common cause,” Geller continued. “They [the left] hate…
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