Piers Morgan Fed Up with Obama's Do-Nothing-Plan Against ISIS, Praises Trump's Proposals

The Left is (finally) getting tired of all of this terrorism.

Writing for The Daily Mail, liberal talker Piers Morgan said it may be time to start taking Donald Trump's proposals to stop terrorism seriously.

"How many more?" Morgan began, lamenting the recent attack in Brussels. "How many more innocent men, women and children are going to be blown to pieces by these murderous bastards?"

"How many more world leaders will wring their hands on national television afterwards and spout pointless platitudes about the ‘poor brave victims’ and ‘heroic emergency services’?" he continued.

Morgan said the world is "crying out for strong decisive leadership" but added, "there is none:"

America has a demob happy President Obama ekeing out his last few months in office. A man whose infamous ‘leading from behind’ philosophy to foreign policy has been partly responsible for the war in Syria raging uncontrollably for five years – allowing fundamentalism to ferment.

Obama has zero interest in doing anything tangible to really deal with ISIS. This is now parked in the tray marked ‘next president’s problem.’

Europe, meanwhile, is splintering at the seams, ravaged by an unprecedented migration crisis that nobody seems to have a clue how to handle.

German chancellor Angela Merkel’s decision to let a million migrants into its country is already seen to be an utter disaster.

By coincidence, Morgan notes, he had a scheduled interview with Donald Trump for his Good Morning Britain show in the UK. After all was said and done, Morgan emerged a bigger fan of Trump's decisive plan to combat ISIS than he imagined:

I spoke to Trump for 40 minutes. He was, as you’d expect, bombastic, defiant and self-congratulatory. Why wouldn’t he be? He’s ripped up every political rulebook to take this presidential race by storm, a scenario that is hardly going to deflate the ego of New York’s most cock-sure billionaire tycoon.

But he also spoke in more detail about his plans to combat ISIS and I found myself nodding more than I expected.

Trump told me countries must tighten their borders in light of these terror attacks, especially to anyone related to an ISIS fighter in Syria.

Is he so wrong?

He told me he wants law-abiding Muslims to root out the extremists in their midst, expressing his bafflement and anger that someone like Abdeslam was able to hide for so long in the very part of Brussels he had previously lived.

Is he so wrong?

He told me America must make it far harder for illegal immigrants to enter the U.S. and thinks European countries should follow suit.

Is he so wrong?

He told me he believes there are now areas of many major European cities which have become poisonous breeding grounds for radicalized Islamic terror.

Is he so wrong? 

I didn’t feel I was talking to a lunatic, as many seem to view Trump.

I saw a guy, a non-politician unfettered by PC language restraints, who is genuinely furious at the devastation which ISIS is wreaking, and seriously concerned for the security of his fellow Americans and indeed, the citizens of Europe.

Here in America, the liberal ladies at The View were having similar responses to a suddenly "reasonable" Trump as they awoke to the horrible news of another terror attack, and to the fact that the only way to defeat ISIS is to fight them face-to-face:

Wow! Liberals are really slow in noticing how terrible President Obama has been for worldwide terrorism.

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