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Sandy Rios: Khizr Khan Is 'Dishonest' Since 'Faithful Muslims Can't Embrace Our Constitution'

On her radio show yesterday, the American Family Association’s Sandy Rios continued her criticism of Khizr Khan, father of U.S. Army Capt. Humayun Khan, who died while serving in Iraq. Rios was joined by guest Clare Lopez of the far-right Center for Security Policy to question Khan’s political motives for giving a speech at the Democratic National Convention.

Throughout the interview, Lopez represented the view of the terrorist group ISIS, which recently attacked Humayun Khan as an apostate, as the “truest expression of Islam” and alleged that the Khan family knows that their son “died as an apostate” when he protected his fellow service members from a suicide bomber.

“As devout, faithful Muslims, [the Khans] know perfectly well what the commandments of their faith are,” Lopez said. “Now, they may not be obedient to those commandments, and that’s their right as long as they live in a free country like America, but the commandments of the faith are still there, and a Muslim like their son who died fighting against other Muslims has died an apostate, and they know that, and they yet chose to highlight that infidelity of their son before an international audience of millions.”

Lopez continued, “So the question has to be then, why were they up there sort of highlighting all of this in front of the entire world? Well, I think we have to understand that there are a couple of messages going on. The father, of course, is a lawyer. He works on immigration matters, helping to bring Muslim immigrants into the country, and his objective there was a political one to smear Donald Trump, who has spoken out against the unrestrained import, unvetted influx of Muslims who cannot be properly screened and called for a temporary moratorium on such immigration until the United States can work out a proper screening protocol for such Muslims.”

Lopez also suggested that Khan’s “political objective took precedence over the fact that he was highlighting his family’s shame in a way, not the shame of the son as an American; as we look at it, the son was an absolute hero and died in service to his country, but from the Muslim perspective – and this is what we have to get inside of – they look at that son as an apostate who died fighting other Muslims, which is absolutely forbidden in Islamic law.”

“The question to me is then, does that mean there’s some redemption in them cooperating with the, really it’s the Muslim Brotherhood line that Islam is so peaceful and that there’s no violence in it, I mean, do you see any link at all?” Rios asked. “I mean, is the cooperation with this whole deception a part of their penance? Is that possible?”

“Well, I wouldn’t call it penance, I would call it collaboration,” Lopez said.

Lopez also asserted that there was a secretive message in Khan’s speech only meant for Muslims’ ears.

“Muslims heard and understood that the political message Trump must be defeated because if he is not, the jig is up for all of those who support the Islamic supremacist objective promoted by jihad and Sharia and certainly immigration of non-vetted Muslims into this country would certainly be curtailed at least for a time,” Lopez said.

“The message that many Americans have heard is, you know, this is a grieving father and mother of a hero son, and that is also true, but there are two messages and we just have to realize that there are two,” Lopez continued.

“For any Muslim in America who truly does love this country and truly is patriotic, I’ve always felt, especially after 9/11, that’s when I first started talking about these kinds of things, it really does fall on them to distinguish themselves,” Rios maintained.

“[Khan] stood up there and pretended and fed the American people and everyone else listening a load of hogwash that this is not what Islam is, that Islam is not about jihad and Sharia, and of course, he was lying,” Lopez said, adding that the Islamic State “is the truest expression of Islam in the world today.”

“So Mr. Khan at the very least was being dishonest with us,” Rios said. “I was incensed, I felt he had no right to wave the Constitution and to insult Mr. Trump in the way that he did.

“Just to insult an American, any of us, to wave the Constitution and say you haven’t read it, what Mr. Khan does not know about the American public school system when Donald Trump was raised, you better believe each and every one of us memorized that thing practically, so that’s just ridiculous. He knows not what he’s talking about, and also, Clare, just what you alluded to, that faithful Muslims can’t embrace our Constitution, can they?” (Trump attended a boarding school, not a public school).

“Not if they’re going to be faithful to the doctrine of Islam, no,” Lopez said. 

Alex Jones: Pope Francis Sounds Like 'Satan Himself'

Yesterday, Alex Jones unleashed yet another diatribe against Pope Francis, this time wondering if Francis is the false prophet mentioned in the Book of Revelation.

“I wonder if he’s got a little red tail wrapped up in his shorts,” Jones said. “I mean, if I heard the stuff he says and I didn’t know who said it, I’d say that’s Satan himself.”

The Trump-aligned conspiracy theorist declared that “the Catholic Church is no more” and that Francis is ushering in the End Times.

Paul Vallely: Khizr Khan Is A 'Muslim Brotherhood Sympathizer'

Paul Vallely, a retired Army general turned conservative activist, defended Donald Trump’s attacks on the Muslim-American family of a slain service member yesterday, telling Newsmax host Ed Berliner that the late soldier’s father, Khizr Khan is “a Muslim Brotherhood sympathizer” and saying that the mother, Ghazala Khan, made herself a “political pawn” when she stood silently by her husband’s side “as most Muslim women do.”

Vallely noted that he himself lost a son in the armed forces, saying that Khizr Khan “put himself out there” and became a “political pawn” when he agreed to speak against Trump at the Democratic National Convention. He accused Kahn of being “the one that initiated the attack against Trump” and claimed that Khan is “a Muslim Brotherhood sympathizer,” a baseless charge that Berliner challenged.

When Berliner asked Vallely about Trump’s attacks on Ghazala Khan, who, overcome by emotion, chose not to speak onstage at the convention, Vallely repeated Trump’s charge that she had been silenced by her religion: “Well, she did stand there, as most Muslim women do and they don’t say anything, so there again, when you put yourself up into being a political pawn like that, you’ve got to take the heat.”

A Revisionist History Lesson From Marcus Lamb

Back in June, James Robison, a member of Donald Trump's Evangelical Executive Advisory Board, appeared on Daystar's "Marcus & Joni" program, where he and the hosts made the case that conservative Christians must vote for Trump in November because of his promise to appoint hard-line conservatives to the Supreme Court.

In an attempt to demonstrate the importance of the Supreme Court, host Marcus Lamb uncorked an absurd history lesson that would even put a pseudo-historian like David Barton to shame.

"If we get the right person in office and they get to appoint the right judges," he said, "did you know that Roe v. Wade would be reversed? Did you know that same-sex marriage could be reversed? Listen, it used to be the law of the land that you could own slaves. That got reversed in the Supreme Court, so it can change but only it we stand up and do the right thing."

The Supreme Court, of course, never issued any such ruling and, in fact, ruled exactly the opposite, leading eventually to the Civil War and the passage of the 13th Amendment, which abolished slavery.

Freedom's Journal Institute Blasts Black Lives Matter For 'Pushing An Agenda Of Homosexuality'

Freedom’s Journal Institute, a black conservative group that hosted Mike Huckabee for an “All Lives Matter” summit last year, sent out a fundraising email last week warning that the Black Lives Matter movement is “pushing an agenda of homosexuality, transgenderism, illegal immigration and black liberation” and urging supporters to donate to the group because BLM can only be subdued if “patriotic Americans can raise up an organization of Black Conservatives who can counter and defeat” it.

“The goal of progressive politicians and groups like BLM is to keep minorities in a state of dependence by promoting racial hatred, homosexuality (and the further deterioration of the black family) and illegal immigration, because history teaches us that those who are destitute and dependent can be called upon to be the shock-troops for revolution,” writes FJI’s Eric Wallace, adding that “liberal politicians are the new slave masters.”

He takes special care to point out that two Black Lives Matters leaders have identified as “queer.”

Emphases are from the original:

What would you say if I told you that a small group of wealthy socialists have contributed over $500 million dollars to a group expressly for the purpose of inciting massive racial unrest in our great nation to achieve the goal of bringing about a Marxist revolution in the United States?

You probably already know that we're talking about Black Lives Matter (BLM). You also probably know that billionaire George Soros, Norman Lear, SEIU boss Anna Burger and a veritable who's who of the radical left fund this organization, but what you probably didn't know is that in addition to staging violent riots in the streets and calling for the execution of police officers, BLM is also pushing an agenda of homosexuality, transgenderism, illegal immigration and black liberation.

That's the real agenda of BLM... an agenda that is achieved by preying upon the emotions of Blacks across the nation. And it is an agenda that WILL SUCCEED because unless patriotic Americans can raise up an organization of Black Conservatives who can counter and defeat the socialist message and anarchist mission of Black Lives Matter DIRECTLY in the black community across this nation.


We can't stress the point enough, if you believe Black Lives Matter is all about violent protests, blocking highways and calling for the extermination of police officers, think again. They have a much more evil agenda... if such a thing is even possible.

The identity of the founders of BLM helps explain the radical underpinnings of the BLM movement. Three leftist and pro-homosexual activists founded this organization after the death of Trayvon Martin. Two of the three, Alicia Garza and Patrisse Cullors, identify as "queer" black women. The third founder, Opal Tometi, executive director of Black Alliance for Just Immigration, explained in an interview with The Nation that "we are diligently uplifting black trans women and so the work on the ground in many places does reflect that "we are diligently uplifting black trans women and so the work on the ground in many places does reflect that."

Conservatives have long argued that liberal public policies have "systemically targeted" the black family. Liberal politicians are the new slave masters. Blacks have been deprived of their human rights and dignity mostly through government largess, which has perpetuated poverty and destroyed the black family.

The goal of progressive politicians and groups like BLM is to keep minorities in a state of dependence by promoting racial hatred, homosexuality (and the further deterioration of the black family) and illegal immigration, because history teaches us that those who are destitute and dependent can be called upon to be the shock-troops for revolution.

Pat Robertson Advises Trump: The Devil Is Trying To Draw You Into Fights

Today on “The 700 Club,” Pat Robertson offered GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump some campaign advice: Avoid the devil’s attempt to “get you off on rabbit trails.”

“The Lord has handed Mr. Trump a gift of 1.2 percent GDP growth, which is absolutely pathetic and horrible,” the televangelist said, noting that instead of talking about economic growth, Trump is talking about “Muslim heroes or fallen warriors.”

“Stay off that and talk about the economy,” he advised.

When cohost Wendy Griffith asked why Trump seems to be so easily “baited by these tweets and all these things,” Robertson said that “with Christians, the devil will get you off on rabbit trails every chance you get.”

“If you are susceptible to them and if you respond, then he’ll — there will be incitement constantly in your life,” he said. “You have to block all that stuff out and concentrate on the one thing that is important. In the election right now, stay on message. It is the economy.”

Kevin Swanson: Electing A Female President Is 'The Final Chapter' Of Feminists' War Against America

On his radio show yesterday, far-right pastor Kevin Swanson warned that electing Hillary Clinton to be the country’s female president would represent “the final chapter” of the feminist movement’s war against America.

“On the one hand, the nation embraces a sexual decadence,” Swanson said. “On the other hand, the feminists —who themselves rather appreciate free love, sexual impurity and adultery, but they don’t appreciate fact that a woman was taken advantage of. Therefore, in order for [Clinton] to be vindicated, she has got to prove herself by winning the power struggle over the highest office in the land. This is what defines America today.”

Swanson said that “feminism’s greatest victory” will be to take the place of men. “If they can achieve the ultimate zenith of power, this will become the final chapter, in a sense, of the present war that feminists have waged over this nation,” he said.

Swanson said that Germany, the United Kingdom and the U.S., “the three most powerful nations in the West during World War II,” are “birth imploding thanks to the feminists and the pro-abortion crowd.”

“The three most powerful nations in the Western world that are birth imploding and developing an impressive debt-to-GDP ratio, and doing the best to destroy their entire socioeconomic systems, the three most powerful Western nations led by women, it’s interesting,” Swanson said.

Brigitte Gabriel: 'Liar' Khizr Khan Can't Be A Muslim And Follow The Constitution

Anti-Muslim activist Brigitte Gabriel lashed out yesterday at Khizr Khan, the Muslim-American father of a deceased soldier who criticized Donald Trump’s proposed ban on Muslim immigration at the Democratic National Convention, saying that Khan lied when he waved his copy of the Constitution at the DNC because Muslims can’t adhere to both their religion and the U.S. Constitution.

“Listen, he stood up there waving the copy of the Constitution at the DNC,” Gabriel told Sam Malone, who was guest-hosting Mike Gallagher’s nationally syndicated conservative talk radio program. “Did he really believe that the U.S. Constitution is above the Quran? Because as a practicing Muslim, when he claims to be, he would have to admit that the Constitution is a man-made law and therefore the Constitution is inferior to Allah’s given set of laws that are spelled out in the Quran and the Sharia. What the media needs to do is basically question him about that.”

“Waving the Constitution is a misrepresentation when one’s religion teaches that it and any other man-made law, for that matter, are to be removed and superseded by the Quran,” she added.

After reading a verse of the Quran which she said makes it impossible for devout Muslims to adhere to civil laws, she demanded: “So how can he in good conscience stand at the podium and say, and wave the Constitution by the way, and confess that he is a Muslim and basically misrepresenting to the American public what the Quran says and what the Constitution says, and basically the Quran supersedes the Constitution in his eyes. That’s the question that should have been put to him on the Sunday morning shows as he was paraded around.”

When Malone commented on her enthusiasm about the topic, she said it is “because I hate liars, because I cannot stand the misrepresentation of facts.”

“So for a father of a son who died, as a Gold Star parent, to come on national television at the Democratic Party and being used as an example and his words are basically based on false representation of reality, that is not right and that needs to be corrected,” she said.

Gary Dull: The Bible Says That 'Women Should Not Be In High Political Positions'

Last Thursday, ahead of Hillary Clinton's speech at the Democratic National Convention, the American Pastors Network dedicated its "Stand in the Gap" radio program to discussing the question of whether it is "biblical to have women in positions of government." 

Gary Dull, an APN board member and head of the Pennsylvania Pastors Network, said on the program that women serving in positions of political leadership is a sign that a society is "spiritually rotten" and under the judgment of God.

Citing Isaiah 3, especially verse 12, which says that "youths oppress my people, women rule over them" when a nation is under judgment, Dull proclaimed that "what we see is that the condition in that nation in that particular period of time was very, very spiritually rotten and whether that was the cause for women leading them or that itself brought on the wickedness within the nation is to be debated, but it certainly does at least imply that maybe women should not be in high political positions."

Dull went on to cite 1 Timothy 2, which he says "establishes a pattern" in the Bible that women are not to have authority over men.

"In God's line of authority," he said, "it seems very clear in the scripture that a woman should not be in authority over men, which would limit a woman from being the president of the United States of America or even a queen of some other particular nation."

Eric Trump: My Sister 'Wouldn't Allow Herself To Be Subjected To' Sexual Harassment At Work

Today on “CBS This Morning,” Eric Trump defended his father’s recent statement that if his daughter, Ivanka, was facing sexual harassment at work, she should simply find another job.

“I would like to think she would find another career or find another company if that was the case,” Donald Trump told USA Today when asked what he would recommend his daughter do “if someone had treated Ivanka in the way [Roger] Ailes allegedly behaved.”

Several women have accused former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes of sexual harassment, but Trump has repeatedly defended Ailes, calling him a “very, very good person” who “helped” the women who have now come forward with harassment claims. “I feel very badly” for Ailes, Trump said after the former CEO left Fox over the allegations.

Eric said that his father made a great point on sexual harassment, adding that Ivanka “is a strong, powerful woman” who “wouldn’t allow herself to be subjected to that.”

Eric also misrepresented his father’s statements regarding his smear campaign against Khizr and Ghazala Khan, the Muslim-American parents of a fallen U.S. soldier who noted that if Trump’s proposed ban on Muslims had been in effect, their foreign-born son would never be allowed into the country.

“It’s not an anti-Muslim message,” Eric said. “It’s an anti-terror message.”

Eric falsely claimed that his father opposed the Iraq War and said that his father had apologized to the Khans. Trump, however, has not apologized, and recently suggested that Khizr Khan is a terrorist sympathizer. He went on to insist that his father’s refusal to back down is a leadership trait that America needs.

When Eric attacked the media for not giving more attention to the mother of a Benghazi victim who spoke at the Republican National Convention, CBS host Norah O’Donnell pointed out that his father called into Fox News during her speech to give an interview.

Pat McCrory To Use Disaster Relief Funds To Defend Anti-LGBT Law HB2

North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory let a bill become law yesterday that shifts money dedicated to the state’s disaster relief fund to the legal defense of the state’s discriminatory new law HB2, which has been challenged in federal court by opponents who seek “a preliminary injunction blocking parts of the law that limits protections for LGBT people.”

HB2 has become a cause for Religious Right activists nationwide, who are determined to see other states approve laws rolling back LGBT rights.

The News & Observer reports that McCrory let a bill moving disaster aid into HB2’s defense fund become law without his signature:

One provision moved $500,000 from the state’s Emergency Response and Disaster Relief Fund for the current fiscal year into a fund controlled by the governor to be used for costs arising from litigation over HB2. Democrats criticized the provision earlier this year, saying the money will be needed for hurricane relief.

HB2 prevented local governments from expanding anti-discrimination protections to transgender people. McCrory and legislative leaders said it was necessary to preserve privacy and provide safety to women and children using government restrooms.

McCrory had until a minute before midnight Saturday to sign the remaining bills on his desk, or they would become law without his signature. There were 10 such bills at the end of last week, according to the state legislature website.

White Nationalist Trump Supporters: God Says Women Shouldn't Be President

On white nationalist radio show “The Political Cesspool” on Saturday, host James Edwards questioned if women should be allowed to vote and suggested that as a woman, Hillary Clinton should not be president because women can’t even be “the ruler of the house under God’s law.”

Edwards, who has credited Donald Trump with empowering the “pro-white” movement, broadcasted last month from the Republican National Convention, where he interviewed four members of Congress and a Trump campaign surrogate.

Discussing Chelsea Clinton’s Democratic National Convention speech, Edwards said, “You cannot be a very radical, and I mean extremist radical, feminist and at once be the kind of mother that God intended for a woman to be. So I’m sure that there is love between Hillary Clinton and her daughter, but I did not see the family and familial bonds out of the Clinton family that I saw from the Trump family. Does anyone really believe that Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton sleep in the same room? Does anyone really believe that Hillary Clinton even sleeps with men?”

“Should Hillary Clinton be president of the United States?” Edwards asked. “Under God’s law, a woman should not even have dominion over her household. There are natural roles and abilities that men and women have that are God-ordained and together, they are complementary of one another, and together, a man and a woman can raise a family.”

“They’re not supposed to be competitive or competitors of one another,” host Keith Alexander added.

“The husband is the ruler of the house under God’s law, and that’s the law that I abide by,” Edwards said. Alexander defended their rejection of the idea of a female president by pointing out that the White House is “the national house.”

“Would this country be better, frankly, if women didn’t even vote?” Edwards asked. “I mean, ask yourself that because we see women are so — even more than men, and even though men now — need this status, they need to be accepted, they need food, water, shelter, and status in order to survive, but women especially need that. You know, I think the model before suffrage was a husband and a wife come together as a unit and the man casts the vote for that family.”

White Nationalists Praise GOP For 'Moving Towards Us Via Trump'

On white nationalist radio show “The Political Cesspool” on Saturday, host Keith Alexander praised the Republican Party for what he said was its shift towards white nationalism and for protecting “the genius of white people.”

The “pro-white” radio program has previously interviewed Donald Trump Jr. and Donald Trump adviser Gary Berntsen.

“We’re moving the Republican Party and the conservative party towards nationalism and nationalism based on the race of the majority, which happens to be white in America,” Alexander said.

“We are not moving towards the Republican Party, the Republican Party is moving towards us via Trump,” host James Edwards said.

“Well, I’ll agree with that,” Alexander responded. “Look, that’s what’s happening. Basically, Trump is instinctively saying all the things we are without drawing the final conclusion that we’ve drawn from it, and that will come, folks, have no doubt about it.”

Alexander then said that white people have been wandering in America since 1865 or at the least 1964, similar to how “the Israelites wandered in the wilderness” for 30 to 40 years.

James continued, “This is what the triumph of liberalism has done, and now people are beginning to sense what liberalism’s end game is, and basically it’s gonna destroy our nation and destroy Europe, and the basis for the prosperity of both places, which is the genius of white people.”

Donald Trump's New Conspiracy Theory: General Election Might Be 'Rigged'

For days, Donald Trump has been complaining that the Commission on Presidential Debates deliberately scheduled debates to coincide with NFL games in order to help Hillary Clinton. Today in Ohio, Trump said that the general election may already be “rigged,” saying that he “hears” that the election might be stolen, before meandering into a tangent and never finishing his sentence:

Trump has justified his criticism of the debate schedule by citing a letter he received from the NFL, even though the NFL says it never sent a letter to Trump, and by ignoring the fact that the Commission on Presidential Debates is a bipartisan group that came up with the dates back in September. In 2012, the debates also overlapped with NFL games.

The theme that the general election will be rigged has been paraded by Trump confidant Roger Stone, who told conspiracy theorist Alex Jones yesterday that Clinton might “steal this election” using the Supreme Court “now that Scalia has been taken care of,” a reference to conspiracy theories about Justice Antonin Scalia’s death, which Trump has also embraced.

Stone suggested that polls are skewing the results to show Clinton ahead of Trump so no one realizes it when she steals the election.

He said that if the election results don’t reflect the findings of Trump’s “private polls,” the GOP nominee should challenge the election and have his people “march on Washington” and tell Clinton that he will “block your inauguration.”

Stone similarly told Milo Yiannopoulous of Breitbart that if there is an “illegitimate” election, then there will be “widespread civil disobedience” and “it will be a bloodbath.”

“I think we have widespread voter fraud, but the first thing that Trump needs to do is begin talking about it constantly,” Stone said. “He needs to say for example, today would be a perfect example: ‘I am leading in Florida. The polls all show it. If I lose Florida, we will know that there’s voter fraud. If there’s voter fraud, this election will be illegitimate, the election of the winner will be illegitimate, we will have a constitutional crisis, widespread civil disobedience, and the government will no longer be the government.’”

“If you can’t have an honest election, nothing else counts,” he continued. “I think he’s gotta put them on notice that their inauguration will be a rhetorical, and when I mean civil disobedience, not violence, but it will be a bloodbath. The government will be shut down if they attempt to steal this and swear Hillary in. No, we will not stand for it. We will not stand for it.”

“So, I mean the dream here, the ultimate ideal is that he wins by such a significant margin nationally that this is unnecessary,” Yiannopoulos concluded. “But it’s interesting to hear you say this, and it’s funny also, because Trump will go there. He will go to the places other politicians wont, and he’s probably the only person to run for president within the last fifty years who would dare to do this, and might even get away with it. It’s remarkable isn’t it how he’s just sort of re-injected reality into politics”.

Michael Savage Threatens To Leave The Country If Hillary Is Elected

On Friday, conservative talk show host Michael Savage said he’d rather live in Iceland than stay in America to see Hillary Clinton as president.

Speaking one day after Clinton’s speech at the Democratic National Convention, Savage went into a rant about pantsuits, claiming that they make Clinton look like “a bowling pin woman” and “Kim Jong Il’s sister.”

“Eight years I’ll have to put up with that, God forbid,” Savage said. “I don’t think I could take it. That’s reason enough to move to Iceland. I don’t want to see her in pantsuits. I can’t take it. Angela Merkel has the sense not to wear pantsuits. If she just wore a potato sack, Angela Merkel, it would suit her face and her personality.”

'Jim Bakker Show' Co-host: Muslim Immigrants Are 'Coming Here To Destroy America'

On Friday’s episode of “The Jim Bakker Show,” co-host Zach Drew argued that since Muslims can “go right next door to Dubai” to earn a living but don’t, this is proof that Muslims who seek to immigrate to the U.S. want to “destroy America.”

Bakker and Drew were hosting right-wing pastor Carl Gallups to discuss Bakker’s fear that Muslims “plan on taking over nation.”

Gallups said that ISIS was a product of Obama administration policies: “Obama comes, he says, ‘I can help us out, I’ve got a lot of Muslim connections, I can bring peace, I’ll get us out of Iraq, I’ll get us out of Afghanistan,’ and everybody looked and said, ‘Wow, he’s a black guy, he’s smart, he’s sharp and all of these things. Let’s put him in office, we can heal racial divides, we can get out of Afghanistan and Iraq, we can do away with Gitmo,’ all of this stuff, but out that administration came Arab Spring, and out of Arab Spring came ISIS, and out of ISIS comes open borders and the EU and the United States.”

“According to their text, they want to bring chaos to the world, they look for that because from chaos, they believe their Mahdi will appear,” Drew said. “So whenever these Islamic people are coming across our border, people say, ‘What if they’re just nice Islamic people looking, you know, to have the American Dream and to make a life for themselves?’ That’s ridiculous. That’s absolutely ridiculous. First of all, have you ever seen Dubai? I mean, it’s like a kingdom in the Middle East. Talk about the New York City of the Middle East. If you are a Muslim person looking for a good life, go to Dubai. They say that there’s more billionaires in Dubai than in any other country in the world. Why would they wanna come to America? Why not go right next door to Dubai? It’s a plan. They’re not coming here for their American Dream, they’re coming here to destroy America.”

Trump Gives Interview To Extremist Sheriff David Clarke

Seeing as Donald Trump has given interviews to the likes of Michael Savage and Alex Jones, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the Republican presidential nominee called into a radio program being guest-hosted by Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke for a 15-minute interview on Thursday afternoon.

Clarke was also invited to speak at last month’s Republican National Convention, an eyebrow-raising choice, since he has a long record of extremism, including support for radical anti-government groups. As we wrote at the time:

While Clarke has no patience for African Americans who have deadly run-ins with the police, he has repeatedly associated himself with anti-government militia groups who have staged armed standoffs with federal government agents or who threaten to defy federal law. Earlier this year, when a group of armed activists took over a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon, Clarke backed their cause, saying that the country had reached a “pitchforks and torches moment” that couldn’t be solved by an election.

In 2013, after he aired his ads discouraging citizens from relying on 911, Clarke accepted the “Constitutional Sheriff of the Year” award from the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association, an anti-government group that promotes the idea that county sheriffs are the highest law enforcement officers in the country and thus have the power to defy federal laws that they believe are unconstitutional. In his acceptance speech , Clarke declared that “government” was the “common enemy” of the “patriots” in the room. In a radio interview that year, he said that “on an everyday basis, to me, federal government is a bigger threat” than terrorism.

Just this year, Clarke spoke at a fundraising event for the New York chapter of the Oath Keepers, an anti-government group aligned with the Constitutional Sheriffs that urges law enforcement officers and military personnel to defy laws they believe are unconstitutional and encourages its members to form militias ready to defy an out-of-control federal government. At that event, Clarke called Black Lives Matter a “hate group” and vowed to do “everything I can” to get Trump elected president.

As a few news outlets have reported, Trump promised Clarke on Thursday that he would rescind the Obama administration’s ban on the sale of certain military-grade equipment to local police departments “in a heartbeat.”

Trump effusively praised Clarke in the interview, saying that from the first time he saw Clarke in a Fox News appearance, he knew he was “absolutely terrific” and saying that it was a “great honor” to receive Clarke’s endorsement.

Mike Huckabee Denies That Donald Trump Ever Proposed Banning Muslims From Entering The U.S.

In response to Khizr Khan’s speech at the Democratic National Convention criticizing Donald Trump’s proposed ban on Muslims from entering the country, Trump supporter Mike Huckabee simply denied that the GOP presidential nominee ever suggested such a sweeping ban.

Khan and his son, who died while serving as an Army captain in Iraq, are both Muslim immigrants to the U.S.

Huckabee told Fox News host Megyn Kelly last night that Trump never proposed such a sweeping ban, despite the fact that Trump has urged the government to implement “a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country’s representatives can figure out what the hell is going on.”

“Donald Trump has not said that this young man would not have been allowed into the country,” Huckabee said, even though as a Muslim born in the United Arab Emirates, Khan would have been banned from entering under Trump’s proposed ban. “Donald Trump doesn’t want to make sure that every Muslim never comes to America, but he does want to make sure that when people come, whoever they are, not just Muslims but whoever they are, if they immigrate to this country, they immigrate because they want to assimilate and be Americans.”

“That’s not at all what he proposed,” Kelly interjected, noting that Trump has actually “expanded his ban on Muslims.”

Huckabee, however, falsely claimed that Trump only supports the increased vetting of immigrants and has not singled out Muslim immigrants.

In case Huckabee is unclear, here is Trump calling for a temporary ban on Muslims from entering the country:

David Barton Decrees 'Biblical' Standards For President But Supports Trump, Who Fails To Meet Them

Over the weekend, right-wing pseudo-historian David Barton appeared on the Bible Broadcasting Network's "Weekend Connection" program, where he offered conservative Christians some guidance on how to vote in the presidential election based on the Ten Commandments.

Barton, who has made clear that he believes that Donald Trump is "God's guy" in this election, admitted that no candidate is perfect as he made the case again that Christians must first and foremost focus on electing candidates who promise to appoint conservative judges because the Bible says that "the righteousness of the land is dependent on the judges in that land."

In addition, he said, Christians must look to the Ten Commandments in casting their vote; specifically by supporting a president who "publicly acknowledges God [and] who openly supports the acknowledgement of God," who is committed to "keeping the marriage bed pure" by opposing gay marriage, who opposes abortion and who opposes the use eminent domain to allow the government to take private property:

Trump, of course, pretty much fails to meet every one of these standards, as his public acknowledgements of God have been laughable, he clearly is not personally committed to "keeping the marriage bed pure," his positions on gay marriage and abortion have been all over the map, and his love of eminent domain is well documented.

"There's four issues right there that God put in his top ten" that Christians should use when deciding how to cast their vote, said Barton, who has already made clear that he'll be voting for a candidate who has violated most of the very standards that he just laid out.

Trump Ally Roger Stone Pushes Claim That Humayun Khan Was A Terrorist, Father A Muslim Brotherhood Spy

UPDATE: Trump campaign adviser Al Baldasaro is also promoting the Shoebats’ incendiary post.

Roger Stone, the conservative activist who has served as Donald Trump’s longtime confidant and political adviser, tweeted a story last night authored by conspiracy theorists Walid and Ted Shoebat alleging that Khizr Khan, the father of a slain Muslim-American soldier who blasted Trump in a speech at the Democratic convention last week, is a Muslim Brotherhood spy and that his late son was an Islamist terrorist.

Trump has repeatedly attacked and smeared Khan and his wife since they publicly criticized his proposed ban on Muslims entering the country, noting that their son, who was born in the United Arab Emirates, wouldn’t have been allowed in the country had Trump been president at the time.

The Shoebats’ conspiratorial article alleges that Khan “is a Muslim Brotherhood agent who wants to advance Sharia law and bring Muslims into the United States” and “a Muslim plant working with the Hillary Clinton campaign.” Walid and Ted Shoebat are both far-right activists. Ted, who is Walid’s son, has called for gay people, Muslim-Americans, Hillary Clinton and others to be put to death by the government, while Walid has said that Jesus Christ would “kill gays,” lashed out at “dumb Jews” and said that only “liberals, idiots and gay lovers” would mourn the recent attack at a gay nightclub in Orlando.

The Shoebats conclude their article by comparing the Khans’ late son, Humayun, to double agent Ali Mohamed and to Nidal Hassan, the Fort Hood shooter, suggesting that he was a terrorist-in-waiting:

In regards to his son, many were the ‘Muslim martyrs’ who joined the US military. Ali Abdul Saoud Mohamed, for example, enlisted in the Special Forces of the US Army; he was a double working for the US and Al-Qaeda.



I can go on and on. Is it likely that Khan’s son was killed before his Islamist mission was accomplished? Only another type of investigation will determine that. Do they ever mention how many soldiers have died because of Muslim traitors? Do they ever bring up how many Christians in the US military were killed? Yet the modernists and homosexuals continue to attack Christians. But soon everything we need to know will be uncovered. As we say in the Middle East: the snow always melts and the sh*t under it will soon be revealed.

Stone also told Alex Jones yesterday that Khizr Khan’s wife, Ghazala, “probably wasn’t allowed to speak” at the convention because of her Islamic faith, a similar attack to one used by Trump in an interview with ABC News.

“The whole criticism of this Muslim father that they put up at the convention is — he has pointed out a truth, that Islam is a culture that does not respect, indeed abuses women,” Stone said.

As Ghazala Khan has explained in several television appearances and an op-ed for the Washington Post, she was unable to speak because she found discussing her son’s death too painful.

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