September 7, 2018

A Question for Sharia-Supremacist Candidates

This is Frank Gaffney with the Secure Freedom Minute.

Some ninety Muslim candidates are campaigning this fall for various offices at the federal, state and local levels. Their faith, of course, is no bar to their running.

But most, if not virtually all, of them are Sharia-supremacists – or, at a minimum, they’re currying support from those who are.

For example, the Democratic nominee for a Michigan congressional seat, Rashida Tlaib, was a featured speaker last weekend before the nation’s largest Muslim Brotherhood front, the Islamic Society of North America.  Another regular at such Sharia-supremacists’ events is Rep. Keith Ellison, who is running for Minnesota’s Attorney General.

Islam’s totalitarian Sharia code is wholly incompatible with the U.S. Constitution, which elected officials swear an oath to uphold and defend.  Voters are entitled to know how candidates will fulfill that duty when it conflicts with their own, or their supporters’, attachment to Sharia.

This is Frank Gaffney.

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