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A conservative news anchor has some words for President Obama. Tomi Lahren an anchor at One American News Network slammed President Obama on his half-way half-baked tip-toe be-friendly-to-jihadis mentality. Following the news of the deadly shooting in Chattanooga Tenn Lahren used the Final Thoughts section of her show to unleash a passionate rant on the president’s fight against terrorism. President Obama if you wont say it I will — radical Islam. This is not workplace violence this is not a criminal act with motives unknown — this is terrorism Lehren says in the video. What he linked to ISIS or al-Qaida or Hamas or any of the other 15-plus offshoot terrorist groups? Does it matter? I am sorry but radical Islam is becoming the rule not the exception. Yesterdays moderate is todays terrorist. I care that this S.O.B. killed four of our United States Marines. And I care that our commander-in-chief is more concerned with Muslim sensitivity than the honor and sacrifice made by these Marines. Lahren is referencing the 24-year-old shooter Mohammad Abdulazeez who killed four U.S. Marines and one active-duty Navy reservist in Chattanooga on Thursday. Abdulazeez identified as a devout Muslim but so far there is nothing connecting him to ISIS or other international terror groups. Lahren who comes from a family of Marines closed her segment with: They the radical Islamists have brought the fight right here to the red white and blue and its about time we bring it to them. Full force. Lets show them what the United States of America looks like up close and personal. Show them what a B1 Bomber looks like flying overhead. Show them what they are messing with. Put the fear of God in their desert because clearly our lack of strategy isnt working. The 22-year-old comments have gone viral and have been viewed more than 1.9 million times. American hip-hop star Chris Brown was barred Wednesday from leaving the Philippines after a prominent religious group alleged he reneged on an agreement to perform at a 2014 concert. The 25-year-old Grammy-winning R&B artist who performed in Manila on Tuesday must satisfy the government there is no basis to file swindling charges against him before he can depart the immigration bureau said. The influential Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ) a conservative indigenous Christian sect alleged Brown had failed to show up for a New Year Eve concert at an Iglesia-owned indoor arena on Manilas northern outskirts last December 31. Its chief operating officer Glicerio Santos alleged in a letter shown to reporters by the justice department that Brown and his Filipino promoter defrauded the sect.