After a suicide bomber killed 22 people – many of them children – outside of an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, many are questioning why Europe remains so vulnerable and if the situation will change in the foreseeable future. Veteran U.S. Army Ranger Chuck Holton joined NRATV’s Stinchfield Thursday to talk about why he thinks the terrorist attacks are shocking, but not surprising.
“You know, we learned in the military that accidents are rarely accidental. What I mean by that is that accidents get constructed by a series of poor choices,” Holton said. “Well the UK—as most of the EU—has made a series of poor choices in their immigration policy, in their policy on stopping people from being able to protect themselves.”
Holton continued: “There are a lot of people in this world that want to kill us. And until the politicians in the United States and in Europe start realizing that and start living that way, this is not going to change.”
The brutal Manchester attack is a stark reminder of the continued threat of radical Islamic terror, and why the United States must fight these evil losers head-on, and never accept their destruction and carnage as a way of life.