“You Cannot Target What You Will Not Define”

Stephen Coughlin on Fox and Friends talking about his book Catastrophic Failure:

Maj. Stephen Coughlin is a retired U.S. Army officer and the author of Catastrophic Failure: Blindfolding America in the Face of Jihad, which incorporates material from the “Red Pill” brief, as well as much additional material on the Muslim Brotherhood’s penetration of Western governments, transnational bodies, NGOs, and the “interfaith” industry.

Hat tip: Vlad Tepes.

2 thoughts on ““You Cannot Target What You Will Not Define”

  1. I’m surprised that anyone put him on TV at all. If Fox is worth anything they’ll have him back for a longer segment.

  2. Should there be a next time, I hope Stephen Coughlin takes a less “stressed” posture. Lean back, relax a bit. For me, it appeared Coughlin’s strong straight back was pitched forward as if expel as much information toward the host as he could– anticipating an eject button hurling him from the sofa/studio should he dare breach “the narrative”.
    It was certainly encouraging to hear the host state

    “I would like it much more if you were on our side disseminating this intelligence.”

    Indeed, we all want Coughlin, a national treasure, remaining firmly entrenched on our side!

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