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BOOHOO: Liberal CNN Guest Says These Three Republicans ‘Will Have Blood On Their Hands’ If Muslims Are Attacked

BOOHOO: Liberal CNN Guest Says These Three Republicans ‘Will Have Blood On Their Hands’ If Muslims Are Attacked

By B. Christopher Agee for Western Journalism

In a recent interview, a representative of Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson responded to criticism over the surging candidate’s recent criticism of Islamic extremism.

Armstrong Williams, Carson’s business manager, explained that more Americans – particularly moderate Muslims – should speak out against atrocities committed in the name of Allah.

“If more people were to be as outraged … maybe Americans would begin to believe that you’re just outraged by the loss of human life,” he continued.

Acknowledging the difference between practitioners of Islam and radical terrorists, Williams lamented the former group’s lack of fortitude.

“Yes there is a distinction,” he said, “but the Muslim community should do more of condemnation as well as the media.”

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