By Tim Brown

So, how did Muslims do in US elections?  There was winning and losing, but Americans need to understand that their ideology is driven by a totalitarian 5th century, demonic political/religious ideology that is anti-American and anti-Christian.  With that said, here are a few results around the country from some Muslims candidates seeking to rule over you, not represent you.

First, former Representative Keith Ellison (D-MN) won the attorney general race in Minnesota.  From my report on Wednesday:

Democratic U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison will be Minnesota’s next attorney general, defeating Republican Doug Wardlow after a bitter campaign marked by allegations of domestic abuse and an intense spotlight on both candidates’ pasts.

 

Ellison helped deliver the DFL Party a sweep of the statewide elected offices and was met by a raucous room of supporters chanting his name at the party’s election night celebration in St. Paul. Ellison acknowledged the difficulty of the race but said his campaign persevered thanks to his supporters.

 

“Every single day I will wake up and I will fight to protect the rights of all of us,” Ellison said.

 

Ellison said “we are all in this together” and that “we are not going to cast anybody away.” “Immigration is a good thing,” he shouted, “having a good-paying union job is a good thing.”

This man has been backed by Communists, Muslims, violent Antifa activists and the most corrupt people in politics and was facing documented accusations of abuse of women to the point that not even the Minneapolis police would endorse him, but warned people not to vote for him due to his support of a cop killer.  Yet, he won by a large margin.  Voter fraud, anyone?

On the losing end of the stick is Aisha Yaqoob, who lost to Bonnie Rich for Georgia House of Representatives, District 97.  Deplorable Kel wrote on Yaqoob’s background.

Aisha is the daughter of Pakistani immigrants.

 

Aisha founded the Georgia Muslim Voter Project in 2016. According to the Georgia Muslim Voter Project’s Facebook page, “The Georgia Muslim Voter Project aims to educate Georgia Muslims about civic engagement, registering new voters, and engaging the community through voting.”

 

Aisha is the Policy Director at Asian Americans Advancing Justice Atlanta.

 

On March 24th 2016, the University of Georgia’s Amnesty International Group hosted an event called ‘Fight Night.’ Linda Sarsour was a speaker at this event. Aisha attended the event and was interviewed afterward. Aisha said, “I was blown away by the event. It was so great that Amnesty International was able to get Linda Sarsour to attend this event. It speaks volumes that a non-Muslim organization invited Linda to come speak because of how important it is for different groups to come together and fight for each other. The most powerful part of the event for me was hearing the stories from Linda and Raquel about different communities coming together and fighting for a shared cause, and sometimes not even a shared cause. The event only reinforced the need for collaboration and coalition building among different minority groups and reminded me that it is imperative for us to fight for others, instead of just our own communities.”

 

In 2017, Aisha appeared in an anti-Trump documentary called “The UnAmerican Struggle.” The description of the Documentary reads, “Bigotry is on the rise again in America, fueled by a President whose views are rooted in racism, misogyny, sexism, and xenophobia. His words and actions as a candidate, and now his policies as President, have breathed new life into an agenda of intolerance across the nation. This renewed struggle facing immigrants, Latinos, Muslims, black people, women, and transgender people is represented by frontline activist voices from the Southern Poverty Law Center, the National Diversity Council, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and Black Lives Matter.”

 

Aisha was endorsed by Hillary Clinton and Eric Holder.

In Michigan, Abdullah Hammoud was re-elected to the Minnesota House of Representatives, District 15.  Hammond, who is tied to Linda Sarsour, and met with both Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin to discuss domestic and foreign policy was, like Keith Ellison, sworn in on the Koran.

This little Muslim help craft and pass a Ramadan bill in Michigan.

House resolution No. 111 states:

A resolution to extend best wishes to Muslims in Michigan, the United States, and worldwide, for a joyous and meaningful observance of Ramadan, a holy month of prayer, fasting, charity, and reflection.

 

Whereas, This occasion is observed in commitment to the Islamic principles and in remembrance of the month in which the holy Quran was revealed to Prophet Muhammad (pbuh); and

 

Whereas, This month of sacrifice and contemplation begins on or about the evening of Friday, May 26, 2017, based on the visual sightings of the crescent moon. Ramadan continues until on or about the evening of Sunday, June 25, 2017, with Eid al-Fitr, the celebration of the completion of the month; and

 

Whereas, Muslims in Michigan, our nation, and around the world will observe Ramadan by fasting, emphasizing self-discipline, worship, charity, and reading the Holy Quran to improve patience, humility, and spirituality; and

 

Whereas, Muslims in Michigan will put their faith into action by organizing the Ramadan Fight Against Hunger to collect and distribute over 60 tons of food to the state’s hungry and disadvantaged; and

 

Whereas, During Ramadan, Muslims spend this period in reflection and prayer while strengthening the bonds of family, friendship, and community. May is considered the most sacred month of the Islamic calendar; and

 

Whereas, The Muslim population has been growing in the United States and today’s Muslim American population is a tapestry of ethnic, racial, linguistic, social, and economic groups; and

 

Whereas, One of the largest populations of Muslims in the United States resides in southeast Michigan and makes meaningful contributions to our state; now, therefore, be it

 

Resolved by House of Representatives, That the members of this legislative body extend best wishes to Muslims in Michigan, the United States, and worldwide, for a joyous and meaningful observance of Ramadan, a holy month of prayer, fasting, charity, and reflection.

Sound un-American to you?  Yep, that’s because it is.

In Minnesota, Hodan Hassan defeated her Republican opponent, Bruce Lundeen, to win a seat in the Minnesota House of Representatives in District 62A.

As Deplorable Kel has noted, “Hassan is a Muslim woman who was born in Somalia. Hassan came to the U.S. as a refugee.  Hassan is against the travel ban and calls President Trump a racist.”

Interestingly her numbers were way over the top in the voting.  Take a look.

Does that not look like voter fraud to you?  Sure does to me.

We also have New York electing a Muslim judge.  As Deplorable Kel noted, ” Shahabuddeen Ally has been elected Judge of the New York City Civil Court. Ally will be the first muslim male Judge in New York.”

Republished with permission Freedom Outpost

 


Viewpoints expressed herein are of the article’s author(s), or of the person(s) or organization(s) quoted or linked therein, and do not necessarily represent those of The Olive Branch Report

Subscribe to my daily newsletter, and join hundreds of daily readers and receive news and relevant commentary

Don't forget to follow The Olive Branch Report on Facebook and Twitter Please help spread the word about us, share our articles on your favorite social networks.

If you value what you see on The Olive, please consider donating, any amount helps. We derive NO revenue from this site, and upkeep is expensive.

donate to tobr

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Tim Brown is an author and Editor at FreedomOutpost.com, SonsOfLibertyMedia.com, GunsInTheNews.com and TheWashingtonStandard.com. He is husband to his “more precious than rubies” wife, father of 10 “mighty arrows”, jack of all trades, Christian and lover of liberty. He resides in the U.S. occupied Great State of South Carolina.