Donald Trump has again advocated for profiling of Muslims inside the United States. He suggested monitoring where they live, where they work, where they pray, to gather as much information on possible radicalization. Many Republicans disagree with this form of monitoring based on religion and race. However, in a poll forty-nine percent of people who participated said they agreed with the surviellance tactics.
Donald Trump suggested Sunday that it would be in the United States best interest to start profiling Muslims that are inside the country.
Trump went on CBS’s Face The Nation and said, “We really need to look at profiling…it’s not the worst thing to do.” He also added that he “hates the concept of profiling, but we have to use common sense.”
This approach to fighting terrorism follows his ban of Muslims from entering the United States. Since the…