Former New York Governor, George Pataki, yesterday called for a "war on radical Islam" via his Twitter account, the Morocco World News website reports today (December 5, 2015).
Pataki -- who is running for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination -- took on to social media to urge Americans to "kill all" radical Islamists following the San Bernardino radical Islamic attacks on December 2, which were the worst terrorist attacks in the U.S. since the 9/11/2001 attacks.
Tagging U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch and refuting her recent comments denouncing violence in America, Pataki posted a controversial statement on Twitter.
"We must declare war on radical Islam. Loretta Lynch, I'm not edging toward violent speech. I'm declaring we kill them. Go ahead, arrest me," Pataki's tweet read. Pataki was referring to Lynch's recent comment that... "actions predicated on violent talk are not American, they are not who we are, not what we do, and they will be persecuted."