Either Muslims are dangerous or they're not, and if they're not they have nothing to fear from a Congressman who just wants to determine the extent of American Muslims who may be radicalized. Stated differently, either Muslims are in the United States because they love the way we live and want to live here, in which case they are welcome and have nothing to fear, or they are here to kill us, which means we have every right to identify and neutralize them. It's a 50/50 deal. Either way an investigation of dangerous radicals in the Muslim population by Congressman Peter King should cause no particular outcry. Mr. King only wants to determine the extent of the problem, which is relevant and logical. But the violent and loud voices of large groups of Muslims and their liberal camp-followers makes one suspect that there is a larger problem here than meets the eye, and the demonstrators along with those who are threatening Mr. King are giving the appearance that something threatening and dangerous to our nation is indeed to be found with his hearing.
The large and violent response to Mr. King would cause one to believe that the protesters do have something to hide. If they didn't, they would welcome an investigation that would absolve them and that might at the same time identify dangerous radicals in our population who threaten Christians and Muslims alike. And the only reason Muslim radicals are being singled out is because there are no international gangs of Buddhists or Baptists who have stated that they want to kill Americans and send airplanes into our buildings.