Fox Host: People Should Follow Ben Carson's Lead And Say That Sharia “Is Not In Tradition With American Values”

Andrea Tantaros: “He Did Say That He Doesn't Believe That Sharia Is Consistent With The Constitution ... He Is Right ... And More People From The Right And The Left Should Start To Stand Up And Say It”

From the September 21 edition of Fox News' Outnumbered:

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ANDREA TANTAROS: We've already seen Donald Trump years ago come out and talk about Obama's birth certificate. Remember he said he would pay him? He demanded to see the birth certificate. People remember that. They don't care. And so nobody cares what Donald Trump says now. And by the way, he made a great point this morning. Hillary Clinton was the first one during 2007 to intimate that President Obama wasn't a Christian. She was asked by Steve Kroft in an interview. It was March of 2008. And he asked her specifically if she thought that Barack Obama was a Muslim. And she said, 'Not that know of.' I mean, please, the Clintons started this first. And Ben Carson, I do have to defend him a little bit. He did say that he doesn't believe that Sharia is consistent with the Constitution of this country. And while I agree, saying, 'all Muslims,' as Judge [Napolitano] points out, does open the door to a lot of criticism, Sharia isn't, I'm sorry. He is right. It is not in tradition with American values. And more people from the right and the left should start to stand up and say it. 


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