Fox News contributor Dr Sebastian Gorka questioned liberal values and the push for equality among cultures stating there was an unfair balance in the treatment of extremists.
Speaking on Fox News, the national security editor of the US' Breitbart News Network, said a different stance needed to be taken.
Dr Gorka said: “The trouble with ISIS or radical Islam is that its existence, its bare existence countermands the one world kumbaya moral relativism and multiculturalism that the Democrat Party has been ramming down our throats for 30 years.
“If all cultures are equal, if everybody has the same value then how does this thing called jihadism exist and why do people shout Allahu Akbar as they’re running out of a church in Normandy having beheaded a Catholic priest in front of the altar.
Dr Gorka suggests a re-look at Western view on extremists
Imagine if there were white Christians beheading imams in mosques in America
"It’s too much of a smoking gun that disproves the whole argument of cultural equivalency and moral relativism.”
Replying to what the world’s reaction would be if ISIS was being organised in the United States by white, male Christians, Dr Gorka suggested there would be an unfair response.
He said: “Could you imagine if there was a threat of this equivalence. Imagine if there were white Christians beheading imams in mosques in America.
“What would be the reaction then? Would it be about all cultures being equal and that this person was unemployed and bullied at school or a crypto-homosexual taking out revenge.
The UK Reacts To Trump's 'Muslim' Travel Ban
Mon, January 30, 2017
President Trump signed an executive order banning immigration to the USA from seven 'muslim' countries. This led to protests across America and, now, the UK.
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People demonstrate during a protest at Downing Street in central London against US President Donald Trump's controversial travel ban on refugees and people from seven mainly-Muslim countries
“None of the narratives we see today that actually make excuses for the perpetrators, none of those would be permitted if a caucasian Christian was doing the same kind of horrific acts.”
Donald Trump is at the centre of a political storm after he signed an executive order restricting entry into the US for nationals from seven Muslim-majority country for 90 days.
Many world leaders have criticised the White House, with many branding the move “unconstitutional”.
Mr Obama’s administration stopped processing all applications from Iraqi migrants over a six-month time period.