Muslim Rep Defamed Covington Boys in Now-deleted Tweet. What Will Congress Do?
The Muslimas whom the voters of Michigan and Minnesota sent to Congress are making quite a name for themselves ‚ÄĒ a bad name.
Representative Rashida Tlaib of Michigan‚Äôs 13th district, who took her oath of office on a Koran, famously told a group of leftist subversives that ‚Äúwe‚Äôre going to impeach the motherf***er,‚ÄĚ a reference to the plan among Democrats to impeach President Trump. Tlaib, the daughter of Palestinian immigrants, thinks she‚Äôs in Congress to represent ‚ÄúPalestine,‚ÄĚ not her constituents.
Representative Ilhan Omar (shown) may even be more of an embarrassment and more exemplify the clash of cultures that often accompanies Third World immigration to the United States. Omar started her career in Congress by ridiculing the Christian faith of Vice President Mike Pence. Then without evidence, she claimed that Senator Lindsey Graham, the Republican from South Carolina, was ‚Äúcompromised,‚ÄĚ a...
Dr. Tim wrote: The voters of Minnesota and Michigan wanted to show how open-minded they are by electing these Muslims. Instead, they showed how empty-headed they are.
While I can't speak to the district Rep Omar is from I can tell you that Conyers was pressured out of the House which left his seat up in the 13th district. No one ran against Rep Tliab. Only a Green Party or something like that. No other Democrat or Republican. No other party. That is how she won. Bernie came and campaigned for the Muslim candidate for Michigan Gov and he did not make it in the primary. Gretchen Wilmer did. Other commie foreigners were running for Gov and Gretchen got it. Michigan has one area where there are a lot of Muslims and that is Dearborn. SE Michigan around Detroit is where the ethnic diversity is. The rest of the state especially up north is not like that. Michigan can't be viewed through the lens of Dearborn and the media.
Jim Lincoln wrote: excerpt from, "Right-Wing Extremists..."
Quote: "They and untold thousands like them are the extremists who hide among us"
If they're "untold," then how can he estimate "thousands" exist? Maybe they're a dozen, maybe a million. Men ranting like this one might normally expect to be among wild-eyed pan-handlers downtown. This fool deserves a padded room, not consideration by "Newsweak" editors.
And lack of official interest in ISIS doesn't imply it isn't a threat, too.
Adriel, I would suggest you give this some consideration, I think later articles have come much to the same conclusion
Kurt Eichenwald wrote: ‚ÄúLaw enforcement agencies in the United States consider anti-government violent extremists, not radicalized Muslims, to be the most severe threat of political violence that they face,‚ÄĚ the Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security reported this past June, based on surveys of 382 law enforcement groups.
excerpt from, "Right-Wing Extremists Are a Bigger Threat to America Than ISIS"
I'm surprised at the "New German" apparently reported accurately that Representative Ilhan Omar took off her comment no doubt inspired by the Twitter site that was putting out fake news about the Covington boys. I wonder how often the New German, corrects its errors when they are wrong? Apparently these women are the Muslim equivalent of the Republican senator from Iowa Stephen King.
Seth Borenstein wrote: .... Experts say a recent showdown between Kentucky Catholic school students and a Native American elder at the Lincoln Memorial seemed to be stoked by a single now-shut down Twitter account. Lazer said the account fit some characteristics of super sharers from his study but it was more left-leaning, which didn‚Äôt match the study....
excerpt from, "On Twitter, conservatives and older users spreading more fake info"