On his radio program today, Bryan Fischer reacted to the arrest of Ahmad Khan Rahami, who is a suspect in a string of bombings that took place in New York and New Jersey over the weekend, by calling for families of Muslims who engage in terrorism within the United States to be stripped of their citizenship and deported.
Rahami is a U.S. citizen who was born in Afghanistan, which prompted Fischer to declare that Rahami should be charged with treason and, if he is found guilty, his entire family should be deported.
“Anybody who is an American citizen who has an Islamic background and has become a citizen like this guy did, what he did really does represent an act of treason,” Fischer said. “Citizenship can be revoked for what these individuals do, so revoke their citizenship. Let everybody know we’re going to revoke the citizenship for your entire family. We believe in keeping families together, so we will send you all back to your homeland together so you can all be together. But you need to understand, that’s what’s going to happen if any one member of your family commits an act of terror against the citizens of the United States.”