This week-end saw the news channel muppets shocked and in tears about a comment made by presidential candidate Ben Carson. On Sunday’s NBC’s Meet The Press, Carson was asked by host Chuck Todd : Should your faith matter to voters?
Carson: “Well, I guess it depends on what that faith is.”
When Mr. Todd asked if Carson viewed Islam as “consistent with the Constitution,” Carson said, “No, I do not. I would not advocate that we put a Muslim in charge of this nation.”
Of course the Islamo-centric media went into fits of hysteria along with the pathetic Democratic faithful.
The so-called “Anti-Jihadi” media (Blogs, news-sites etc) have been very subdued about the after-effects of the Carson comments and the reason is obvious. These “Party first, America second or third” creatures have been left speechless by the near unanimous condemnation of Carson by the REPUBLICAN Presidential candidates!
A notable exception to the Republican adoration and defence of Islam came from Louisiana.
“If you can find me a Muslim candidate who is a Republican, who will fight hard to protect religious liberty, who will respect the Judeo-Christian heritage of America, who will be committed to destroying ISIS and radical Islam, who will condemn cultures that treat women as second class citizens and who will place their hand on the Bible and swear to uphold the Constitution, then yes, I will be happy to consider voting for him or her,” he said. “If you can’t, I’ll settle for voting for a Christian Governor from Louisiana.”
As it was during the G.W. Bush administration, most self-proclaimed “Conservatives” have no problem with open borders, corrupt policies or pandering to Islam…. when it is the Republican party doing the pandering!
Deja Vu all over again?
Did you know that the biggest lie of the past 1600 years: “Islam is Peace” was not uttered by Osama bin Laden but by a highly worshipped “Conservative, while American bodies still smouldered at ground zero?
As VOA reported in mid-2004, that 78% of Muslims who voted in the 2000 presidential election voted for Republican candidate George Bush.