John Guandolo: The Attorney General and DOJ Should Have Prevented Muslims From Being Elected to Congress

John Guandolo, the disgraced former FBI agent and anti-Islam conspiracy theorist, appeared on “The Hagmann Report” last night, where he declared that the Department of Justice should have stepped in to prevent two Muslim women from being elected to Congress in the recent midterms.

Last week, Guandolo said that it was unconstitutional for Democrats Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and Ilhan Omar of Minnesota to serve in Congress because they are Muslim and the Founding Fathers intended that “only Christians should hold public office.”

Guandolo stood by that assertion last night, saying that allowing Muslims to serve in Congress is “devastating” and asserting that the Attorney General should have stepped in to prevent it from ever happening.

“I’ve been hammered by the usual suspects in the Marxist media and the jihadi organizations around the country for saying recently on an interview that there is no way that those people should be, can be elected under the Constitution,” he said. “You cannot subscribe to an ideology that seeks to overthrow the Constitution and be lawfully elected. Anybody who swears an oath to the Constitution has a duty to ensure that never takes place and the Department of Justice and the Attorney General should have stepped in, but, as we know, there seems to be no demonstration in the Department of Justice of anything that resembles courage.”