Barack Obama’s focus on political correctness has reached absurd levels.

He is already facing criticism for his refusal to refer to the Orlando terror attack as an act of radical Islamic terrorism.

But now his new plan to fight Islamic jihad is to ban words Muslims find offensive.

Obama’s critics contend you cannot fight an enemy unless you are willing to define them for what they are.

And they point to the ISIS-inspired attacks in Brussels, Orlando, Paris, and San Bernardino as evidence that their group is gaining strength all because Obama refuses to define and confront their evil.

However, the Obama administration has a different idea on how to fight Islamic terrorism.

Their new plan is to police our language and hope the American government’s political correctness will win moderate Muslims over to our side.

The Washington Examiner reports:

The Department of Homeland Security has proposed banning “religiously charged” words like “jihad” within the department in the hopes of preventing people being attracted to violent extremist groups like the Islamic State.

A June 2016 report produced by the Countering Violent Extremism Subcommittee states the best way to prevent an “us vs. them” mentality is to “reject religiously charged terminology and problematic positioning by using plain-meaning American English.”

Department members are asked to use the term “American Muslim” rather than “Muslim American” and “Muslim communities” rather than “Muslim world” to encourage feelings of inclusivity. In addition, DHS is recommending that terms like “jihad,” which translates to holy war, and “sharia law,” which refers to Islamic law, should be abandoned in favor of less religiously charged language.

The recommendations are part of the Department of Homeland Security’s $100 million “attempt to protect our nation’s young people from extremists who prey upon the millennial generation,” according to the report.

“The department must reframe the conversation to reflect this reality and design a robust program around the protection of our youth, which must include predator awareness and an understanding of radicalization. In doing so, our citizens will be better equipped for this threat,” reads the report.

But Obama’s political correctness has not won over any individuals looking to turn in terrorists.

In fact, it may have hampered the ability to stop the Orlando and San Bernardino terrorist attacks.

Neighbors of the San Bernardino terrorists saw suspicious activity at their apartment, but were afraid to alert the authorities for fear of “racially profiling” Muslims.

And both the federal government and the Orlando terrorist’s employer were hamstrung by a politically correct mindset.

Omar Mateen’s coworkers reported that Mateen had made extreme statements such as expressing the desire to murder large numbers of people, but nothing was done because he was a Muslim.

The federal government had been investigating both Mateen and the Mosque he attended.

Mateen was interviewed three times by the FBI in 2013 and 2014, but eventually allowed to go free.

And the investigation into his Mosque was eventually suspended as well by Hillary’s State Department and Obama’s Department of Homeland Security.

The Obama administration’s critics believe banning terms that offend Muslims will only reinforce the political correctness that crippled the ability to stop the last two terror attacks on U.S. soil.

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