"It's the controversial plan that no one has the guts to talk about except us," proclaimed the host of Fox News' "Cashin' In," Eric Bolling, on Saturday.
The plan: profile Muslims to find terrorists.
“While the administration buries its head in the sand, we know how to find terrorists among us,” Bolling said. “Profile, profile, profile.”
Controversial though the tactic may be, the four panelists on the show all seemed to back profiling, with Wayne Rogers saying, "It's stupid not to [profile Muslims]," and Michelle fields chiming in with, "We don’t have a problem with extreme Buddhists — we have a problem with extreme Muslims [and] to ignore that is not fair."
At one point, Bolling asked, "Which one of these two people would you suspect of being a terrorist?" while flashing the image below.
He also tweeted the shot.
Jonathan Hoenig took things another step further by comparing the modern fight against Islamic terrorism to World War II — and seemingly endorsing internment camps and atomic bombing:
We should have been profiling on September 12, 2001. Let’s take a trip down memory lane here: The last war this country won, we put Japanese-Americans in internment camps, we dropped nuclear bombs on residential city centers. So, yes, profiling would be at least a good start. It’s not on skin color, however, it’s on ideology: Muslim, Islamists, jihadist. That’s a good start but it’s only a start. We need to stop giving Korans to Gitmo prisoners, we need to stop having Ramadan and Iftar celebrations in the White House. We need to stop saying the enemy is not Islamic. They are.
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