If we don’t quit messing around, we’re gonna lose our country folks. If you’re uninformed, you may not know we had a Muslim working as a “Homeland Security Advisor”. It gets worse, way worse.
We could not care WHAT color you are around here….it’s about G-d and country. Period.
You will be blown away by some of the things Mohamed Elibiary said recently. This is why it’s all about THE CHARACTER.
You might want to prepare your “I’m shocked” face for these “tweets”….
#Christianist sub-culture of #Evangelicals is sizable in millions, but at end of the day geographically, culturally & politically contained. 1/27/2015
In #GOP, many of us understand & will continue to contain advocacy of this #Christianist subculture eager for social discrimination & wars. 1/27/2015
Fellow American #Patriots: If u find yourself gravitating towards a view that blames religion of Islam or Muslims broadly, then you’re lost. 1/27/2015
“History will write #Egypt-ians did not enjoy freedom & democracy except under the rule of #MuslimBrotherhood.” 4/14/2014
Undoubtedly, one of the chief reasons for DHS cutting ties with Elibiary was a long string of extremist statements he had been making on Twitter, including talking about the inevitability of the return of an ISIS-style caliphate — tweets that were subsequently used by ISIS supporters for recruiting purposes.
But Elibiary has apparently not learned his lesson, engaging in a hate-filled anti-Christian rant on Twitter yesterday, even going so far to attack Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal as a “bottom feeder”:
Are you getting the picture? Elibiary obviously loathes our country and G-d aaaaaand we had this guy in our government…over SECURITY!!!
If you have never been involved in “politics”, get involved. One cannot separate religion and politics…it is what it is. Politics is based on the “rule of law”. The “rule of law” is based on Judeo-Christian values. Politics has afforded us our religious freedom up until this point; that can change unless WE do.
Apparently DHS has “more important” matters to attend to…
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