(Reuters) Egyptian Christians wept with rage on Monday as they recovered the bodies of loved ones killed in twin church bombings, furious at a state they believe will no longer protect them from neighbors bent on their murder. Forty-four people were killed in the attacks on Palm Sunday, a joyous festival a week before Easter when Christians celebrate the triumphant arrival of Jesus in Jerusalem. At Tanta University hospital morgue, desperate families were trying to get inside to search for loved ones. How should the U.S. respond to this horrific terrorist attack? Dan Perkins, political analyst and contributor to DailyCaller.com, ClashDaily.com, and TheHill.com joined Lars to discuss the extreme danger of being Christian in Egypt.