Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Rep. Keith Ellison, the Islamists' Man on Capitol Hill

Representative Keith Ellison continues to place Islam above the Constitution of the United States and his oath to defend it.  He is of course, only being a good and pious Muslim and following the Koranic demand to make Islam dominate over all of mankind. 

This is exactly why no Muslim should ever hold elected office.  In the final analysis, Muslims will choose Islam over any secular system. 

Having taken an oath to protect and defend the Constitution, Keith is on the thin edge of committing treason.  He certainly is not taking the side of America.


Rep. Keith Ellison, the Islamists' Man on Capitol Hill

IPT News
November 23, 2009

As a U.S. representative, Keith Ellison's primary responsibility is to represent his constituents in Minnesota's 5th congressional district.
The first Muslim elected to Congress, Ellison, a Democrat, also seems to feel an obligation to be the voice of Muslim Americans in Washington. That alone would not be an issue. But in his two terms, he has established a disturbing record of promoting and defending radical Islamists who hide beneath a veneer of moderation.

When those organizations are criticized, Ellison often jumps to their defense. He also travels the country to raise money on their behalf. In 2009, Ellison spoke at three fundraising dinners for the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and provided videotaped remarks at others, including the CAIR-Sacramento Valley dinner last weekend. He also appeared with CAIR officials at events on health care reform and celebrating the Muslim Eid holiday.

Last month, Ellison took to the House floor to rebuke four colleagues who called for an investigation of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and whether it was targeting offices tied to committees on the judiciary, homeland security and intelligence to place interns. According to the book Muslim Mafia, internal CAIR records show the group sought to infiltrate those congressional offices.