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Islamophobia? No. It’s Factophobia

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By Ryan Bomberger
Townhall
January 29, 2016

Last night’s (January 28, 2016) Fox/Google GOP debate, without the court jester, was finally a substantive conversation. I appreciate moderators who aren’t afraid to ask tough questions and not accept canned responses. Unlike the disastrous CNBC GOP debate, Fox’s Kelly, Baier, and Wallace didn’t rely on presenting lies in the form of a supposed objective questions.

But Fox failed miserably with one particular question. Their partnership with Google brought a young, Muslim Youtube “activist”, Nabela Noor, to the debate via video. She asked the following question: “In 2015, the number of hate crimes against Muslims in the U.S. has tripled and on social media, where I spend a lot of time, I’ve seen many attacks directed towards fellow Muslims. This culture of hatred is only driving ISIS to radicalize, recruit, and incite violence. As president, what would you do to address this toxic climate and promote increased tolerance in the United States?”

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February 12, 2016 at 10:00

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