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-- Obama administration watering down of terrorism leaving us more at risk joining us now.
Pennsylvania congressman in naval reserve psychiatrists.
-- and Tim Murphy.
Is our reps and thank you for joining us in studio is our political correctness making us less safe.
Oh I think so if you don't.
I know your enemy you can't -- your -- We have an enemy out there who is.
-- radical Islamic not all but some.
And when you see situations I'm by the -- like cult status like ours but the issue with regard to identifying someone as workplace violence is missing the point and that hurts all workplaces.
In the workplace when the problems is is that people think because of a metal detector I'm okay.
Is and there's a military site where some have repeatedly contacted.
Some radical islamists which under the Fort Hood massacre hood massacre.
It's pretty clear there's a long history there of this in the comments he made the workplace and other issues as well under FBI investigation.
To say that's the workplace violence throws things off across the nation so why do we do that what what is what what's the point was the DOD's say it's workplace violence and not.
Homegrown terror in this net Joan was a terrorist that concerns me greatly because within DOD or any other federal agency or -- of the workplace.
If you're not letting employees -- and know what to look for.
Then you when you say if you see something say something see what right.
If you do see someone taking a package out of camp how but if you hear someone making threatening statements saying people misunderstood.
And they're being investigated those were all things take place this may have gone into political correctness that actually makes it more dangerous as were ignoring -- that we have to picture.
It's so that maybe you can help us -- a couple of loose ends -- -- is the major -- Had access to all lucky that -- at what point would why do we step in -- and he stated with this guy away a lot of times.
Agencies are collecting more information watching it.
And part of the problem is -- also stove -- and information were -- sharing it with.
His other officers in the military where this year with people at Fort Hood.
The real questions about how much that took place if it took place at all because when -- -- that is taking place it is important take action that's how you protect the workplace.
From terrorists attacks by letting them know that.
That's how some other attacks have been stop because people have stepped forward that information didn't happen here in our congressman.
-- now to bring in the rest -- it's all star panel on the left coast Occidental College.
Politics professor doctor -- Hellman and on the right injures back along with our very own Sandra Smith Caroline let's.
When we start with you.
Politically correct this is making us less safe I'd I believe it I believe and your believes that I think a lot of America believes it.
What do you think of that statement.
Well -- I don't think you have any evidence to support that and I would go a step further and say that political correctness is not making -- unsafe.
It is it is maintaining our civil liberties we live in a country.
Where just because of the way you look.
You can't -- class and put into a classification and I think it's important as most Muslims in America.
Are not violent but they experienced violence because people believe that because you you and -- -- bright part and others promote these stereotypes are actually putting people in danger they paid Donald maybe not national safety that per succinct.
How many of the nineteen hijackers that that killed 3000 people the World Trade Center were anything but radical Muslims just be -- I -- -- all all of them but that does not translate into all Muslims I have -- so I say that I every scene and I see this sorry that because of the darkest area I'd say that every attacked by by hijacking of an airplane that ended up in loss of life.
It on American soil has been technically has okay has been X as Canada executed by a radical Muslim that's -- and on McVeigh called an anomaly and much money.
Ask you -- question every Super Bowl the feminist leftist establishment hits us with statistics and advertising.
That attacks men.
And says that we need to raise awareness you or I it's not a wise men attacks man who beat when exactly and I think I better isolates -- not you worry your annual -- -- but that's right and not all Muslim people.
Are terrorists that is the point.
Your isolated men say that they have a proclivity.
Towards attacking women who around you know annual Iran or you're -- raising awareness raising awareness lights you are you are profiling.
You -- profiling and it's logical.
In actuality it is right it's the reverse -- you don't want us to pick out.
And and people who may have looked like or -- that I'd like in a manner that may be the Asia and you don't wants to do that what you go the opposite you -- are in fact don't argue that if they.
If there's not -- as I have separate them.
Wire nobody is arguing that nobody is arguing that you shouldn't take multiple variables into consideration but if you are equating Muslim people with terrorists there's something wrong with our way to get -- -- It Angela beginning in the I don't do you equates man with with abusers ourselves and the feminist left equates and worsening their -- -- -- not that you.
I would still be here is how you respond to the four hood massacre at you know being called workplace violence.
I mean some of the numbers per -- congress is that there's been 33 plots now.
Against any against the military since 9/11 70% since mid 2009.
When of course this Fort Hood massacre occurred.
I would beg the question.
We understand political cracked admits but there's political correctness taken too far we're two where you are.
US servicemen when you don't address the real problem.
Paying their docking the guy's gonna congressman or have a situation like this the argument she's laying out his his prejudice against everybody that's not the case it's not against all Muslims are against some military and audience everybody.
And net if we make it that -- all violence in the workplace you cannot focus your efforts.
We have to focus our efforts on understanding when people make threats.
When they're communicating with radicals when they're in fault these -- issues they are people that need to be followed that's -- a profile that's -- that's an identification of someone who is.
-- high risk four for creating acts of murder and terror and that's what this is and if we don't do that we'll see a lot more than those thirty some plus stock.
I think that anybody who is contacting Al -- -- or having you know correspondence with him.
Should be suspect you're absolutely correct but to say that all Muslims in the military should be suspect I I think we would both agree doctor that that -- -- -- something that we would wanna.
Yeah -- don't know and said that there is I what I said was simply.
If that if we didn't pull yank doctor are are major and out there -- on out.
Because he was Muslim and we waited it -- to get more information and then he went ahead and and killed thirteen people that may have been a mistake and have to leave their congressman Tim Murphy thank you.
Very much for joining us and --