This year, over 50 Muslims were elected into positions of power across the U.S ranging from local school board members to Congress. The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR aka Hamas) has vowed by 2020 to have 200 more Muslims ready to run.
It’s not about pious people running for office, or refugees or immigrants trying to assimilate to be part of the system, it’s all about power, and the ability to be in a position to effect change. Drastic change. When a person is sworn into office, placing their hand on a Quran, they are pledging allegiance to their ideology, and system of beliefs and laws, not ours.
A few years ago, every Muslim Brotherhood front group formed a coalition which became their first political party in America..the United States Council of Muslim Organizations. (USCMO). The Muslim Brotherhood is not a political entity we should be recognizing or working with, as Barack Obama led Americans to be believe.
The following is an excerpt from the documentary “The Grand Deception”. To better explain the Muslim Brotherhood, watch here:
The Muslim Brotherhood and its sister groups are represented in U. S Congress by Andre Carson, Rashida Tlaib, and Ilhan Omar. CAIR/Hamas wants to be sure many more are elected into office.
While many Americans believe it can’t happen here, because we have a Constitution that protects us, it already is happening. Members and supporters of a group whose goal is to create a new civilization, using religion as its facade, just received a huge victory, thanks to Ihan Omar.
The Democratic party passed a resolution that will eventually stifle anyone from revealing the truth about their plan. Step one completed.
To read the entire Resolution go here: https://docs.house.gov/billsthisweek/20190304/BILLS-116hres183-SUS.pdf?fbclid=IwAR0o5WiGBzK_WyENjZyYOSuNLarT94HPT-4695sVys3bWwsqWNNI80G6Wec
To read the Muslim Brotherhoods Explanatory Memorandum as seen in the video go here*: http://dailyrollcall.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/Muslim-Brotherhood-Manifesto-Arab-English.pdf
*note: The first several pages are in Arabic, English follows.