Sebastian Gorka WRECKS MSNBC Hosts After They Try To Lecture Him On Radical Islam

Sebastian Gorka is a bonafide rock star for conservatives as he goes from one TV news show to another putting leftist anchors in their place, and he’s done it again, this time to clarify the evils of radical Islam.

The Deputy White House adviser recently schooled the lefties at MSNBC about the dangers we face, Daily Caller reported.

“It’s not about economics, it’s not about being disenfranchised. It’s about people who have an ideology that is evil and has to be destroyed,” Gorka told MSNBC’s “Velshi and Ruhle” Tuesday.

MSNBC hosts Ali Velshi and Stephanie Ruhle asked Gorka about terror with Velshi seeming to act as if there is some big difference between terror done by attackers connected directly with ISIS and those of the so-called “lone wolf” variety.

Gorka properly informed Velshi that there really is no such thing as a “lone wolf terrorist.”

“There is no such thing as a lone wolf, you do know that?” Gorka replied. “That was a phrase invented by the last admin to make Americans stupid. There has never been a serious attack or a serious plot that was unconnected to ISIS or Al Qaeda.”

Gorka went on…

“This is an international global threat,” Gorka said. “What we have to do now is not only destroy organizations like ISIS, which we are doing, they will be annihilated, but also de-legitimize the ideology so it will become as heinous and as rejected as fascism and nazism are today.”

He also noted that the U.S. wants to work with our foreign allies — including Muslim allies — to work to defeat the radical Islamists.

The following clip is included in the longer clip above, but this clip shows how Gorka also made the two look somewhat silly over his analogy between Islamic terror and cancer…

Apparently neither Velshi nor the silly Ruhle ever heard of Chemotherapy!

H/T Young Cons, Dailycaller

Text Example

Free speech is under attack. Share this article on Social Media by clicking the share button, do your part to keep independent journalism going.