Zmirak: Obama Isn’t Muslim, Just Has 'A Sense Of Loyalty To The Muslim World'

John Zmirak, the conservative commentator who edits James Robison’s The Stream website, told Alaska talk radio host Joe Miller last week that he doesn’t think that President Obama is a Muslim, but rather “feels a sense of origin, a sense of loyalty to the Muslim world.”

“I think he is pro-Muslim in the same sense that John F. Kennedy was pro-Irish,” he said. “He feels a sense of origin, a sense of loyalty to the Muslim world because he grew up in the Muslim world and he went to Muslim school.”

“I think he believes that Arab people and Persian people and other third-world countries deserve an advantage,” he added, “and that countries like America and the rest of the West have had undue advantages over the centuries and that it’s time to even the score.”

When Miller, a former GOP Senate candidate, asked Zmirak how he reconciles Obama’s supposed “pro-Muslim” worldview with his “radically pro-homosexual” policies, Zmirak explained that it’s all about being “anti-Western.”

“I don’t think he’s a Muslim in any religious sense,” he said. “I think he has a nationalistic loyalty to the countries in the third world, including Muslim countries. He has an anti-Western view. … I think anti-Westernism trumps everything with these people, that’s what multiculturalism dictates.”

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