Christies Crap

Pamela rips him a new one for backing a Muslim Brotherhood judge. Its way past time to see this bloviating, corrupt jerk exposed for what he really is: a sellout and a Quisling!  If there are more like him, I have no hope for Change in 2012.

Chris Christie Backs Hamas-linked Superior Judgeship Pick – Blasts ‘Crazies’ After Appointing Muslim Judge: The ‘Sharia Law Business Is Just Crap’

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Muhammad said, “War is deceit.” Christie is beyond foolish when he makes critical judgements based on personal anecdotes while ignoring the facts. The problem is that Sohail Mohammed is a Muslim first, before anything else.

 Mohammed is his name and Islam is his game…..  More: ‘Sharia Law Business Is Just Crap’

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NJ Governor Christie says critics of Hamas-linked judge are “ignorant” and “this Sharia law business is just crap”

And to think that some people think this tool would be a good president. “Chris Christie Blasts ‘Crazies’ After Appointing Muslim Judge: The ‘Sharia Law Business Is Just Crap,’” by Jonathan Seidl in The Blaze, August 4 (thanks to Pamela Geller):

[…] The New Jersey governor appointed a Muslim judge this year…and during a press conference yesterday answered questions about it. Or more appropriately put, he delivered a trademarked, passionate tongue-lashing of those who questioned his decision.Mediaite has some of Christie’s most colorful quotes (which I’ve bolded):

“Ignorance is behind the criticism of Sohail Mohammed,” he told a reporter asking about the complaints that he may be inadequate to be a judge because he defended Muslim Americans who were wrongly arrested post-9/11. “He is an extraordinary American who is an outstanding lawyer and played an integral role in the post-September 11th period in building bridges between the Muslim American community in this state and law enforcement,” Gov. Christie argued, adding that he was “disgusted, candidly, by some of the questions he was asked… at the Senate judiciary committee.”But it was a follow-up question on the fear of Sharia Law that set the governor off. “Sharia Law has nothing to do with this at all, it’s crazy!” he cried. “The guy is an American citizen!” He concluded that the “Sharia Law business is just crap… and I’m tried of dealing with the crazies,” adding with disgust and frustration that “it’s just unnecessary to be accusing this guy of things just because of his religious background.”

Extraordinary American? Is he really?  Here’s a whole list of them:

Big Chrissie said, “The guy is an American citizen!”

  • Just like Nidal Hassan.
  • Just like Anwar al Awlaki.
  • Just like Naser Jason Abdo.
  • Just like Faisal Shahzad.
  • Just like Mohamed Osman Mohamud.
  • Just like Daniel Patrick Boyd.
  • Just like Carlos Bledsoe.
  • Just like Asan Akbar.
  • Just like Luqman Ameen Abdullah.
  • Just like Colleen Renee LaRose.
  • Just like Jaimie Paulin-Ramirez.
  • Just like Zachary Chesser.
  • Just like Aukai Collins.
  • Just like so many others.

Listening to all that from Christie, you’d get the idea that Sohail Mohammed is being unjustly maligned out of “hatred,” “bigotry” and “Islamophobia.” So let’s look at the record. “Governor Christie’s Dirty Islamist Ties,” by Daniel Greenfield at Sultan Knish, January 16, 2011:

New Jersey, the Garden State, has just taken its first step toward becoming the Sharia State, with Governor Christie’s nomination of Sohail Mohammed, an attorney to detained terrorist suspects, to a Superior Court judgeship in Passaic County. The Sohail nomination continues Christie’s unfortunate pandering to the American Muslim Union and the Islamic Center of Passaic County.Passaic County has the second largest Muslim population in the country. And the Islamic Center of Passaic County is the state’s largest mosque, and it’s the only one run by an an Imam who was a member of the Hamas terrorist organization. But when the United States government attempted to deport Mohammed Qatanani, New Jersey’s pols and wannabe pols like Christie, quickly came to his aid. Despite the fact that Mohammed Qatanani was a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, the organization that is behind both Al Qaeda and Hamas, despite his own guilty pleato being a member of Hamas, and despite the fact that even in the United States, he had defended a charity that provided funds to children of suicide bombers (this is done as an incentive to reassure terrorists that if they die their families will be taken care of), Qatanani was not deported.

This is less a sign of his innocence, than of the power and influence wielded by Qatanani and the American Muslim Union. There was hardly a top New Jersey public official who did not come out for Qatanani. And that included both of the major candidates in the governor’s race, Governor Jon Corzine and Chris Christie.Christie called Qatanani, “a man of great goodwill” and “a constructive force” and allowed Charles McKenna, one of his associate attorneys to testify on behalf of Qatanani. Afterward Christie tapped McKenna to head New Jersey’s Department of Homeland Security. McKenna had spent a good deal of time on Muslim “outreach” and made numerous statements echoing their talking points.

The pioneering terrorism researcher, Steve Emerson called it, “a disgrace and an act of pure political corruption”. He stated, “I know for certain that Christie and the FBI SAC had access to information about Qatanani’s background, involvement with and support of Hamas.” Defending Qatanani required Christie to pit himselfagainst the Department of Homeland Security, which wanted him deported. But the Department of Homeland Security wasn’t running for office in New Jersey. Christie was.


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2 thoughts on “Christies Crap”

  1. Christie’s fan-mail in the Baltimore Sun:

    Anti-Sharia movement fuels bigotry

    Our view: U.S. anti-Sharia movement stokes bigotry and hatred that has no place in America

    Nearly a decade after the events of 9/11, the backlash against Islamic Americans shows signs of worsening. Not even the death of Osama bin Laden earlier this year has had much impact on the growing anxiety of those who can’t seem to distinguish between mainstream practitioners of a religion and the relatively small number of extremists who commit acts of terror in its name.

    This is not a matter of political correctness. Americans are justified in their concerns over violent religious fundamentalists. It would be foolish for them not to be. But there has clearly been an organized effort in this country to raise public alarm over Sharia, the religious code the informs Muslim belief and behavior, and that development is something altogether different and distressing.

    This anti-Sharia movement would have Americans believe that the Islamic Code holds all Muslims hostage and calls their basic loyalties into question. The ugly opposition to the Islamic center near ground zero in New York is but one example of how misinformation and false assumptions can be whipped up into frenzy.

    Last month, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was stunned by the public response to his decision to appoint Sohail Mohammed, a lawyer who defended Muslims detained after the Sept. 11 attack, to the bench. The opposition’s beef? Not merely that he defended people who were proven innocent but the assumption that he would somehow impose Sharia in his courtroom.

    Lest anyone dismiss such bigotry as a merely a New York-New Jersey trend, there are ample examples from around the country. Last year, voters in Oklahoma overwhelmingly approved a constitutional amendment that bans the use of Islamic law in court. More than two dozen states are considering similar restrictions.

    Had any of these states targeted other religions — banning enforcement of Jewish kosher restrictions, for example — it would be immediately dismissed as anti-Semitic or worse. But bigotry against followers of Islam appear to hit a blind spot for many.

    That’s no endorsement of Sharia. But to insist that states must amend their constitutions to keep judges from imposing these specific religious beliefs in their decisions is to ignore the U.S. Constitution’s own instructions on the broader subject of church and state. The First Amendment’s prohibition on state establishment of religion already prevents Sharia as the basis of U.S. law, just as surely as it prevents courts from relying on the Talmud or the Bible to make decisions.

    But what these efforts to target Sharia do is to single out one particular religion for official disapproval, and that violates the Constitution just as surely as establishing religious law would. The only possible explanation of this unconstitutional discrimination is to trade on public fears. And there is no more distressing example of this than the movement to get Republican presidential candidates to pledge opposition to Sharia, something several have already agreed to do.

    This anti-Islamic fervor is a dangerous business. A fear of Muslims taking over Western governments is exactly the kind of anti-immigrant, anti-Islamic ideology spouted by Anders Behring Breivik, the Norwegian man accused killing 76 people in a downtown Oslo bombing and shooting spree on Utoya Island.

    Maryland has so far been fortunate not to have attracted the kind of demagoguery that has plagued Europe. But the movement is young and it’s hardly beyond the pale to anticipate some ambitious right-wing lawmaker introducing an anti-Sharia bill in the next General Assembly session.

    What the country needs right now is to regain a bit of our own sanity and not start passing laws to address problems that don’t exist — or to discriminate against fellow Americans. And shame on those politicians who would exploit the electorate’s wariness of Islam for personal advancement and foster hatred of innocent Americans.

    These Muselfreaks really sound like broken records.

    More on Christie:
    It’s too bad that nobody asked his Highness, about Derrick Fenton.

    King Christie saw fit to violate Fentons first amendment right, when Fenton publicly burned of few pages of the Quran.

    On his own time. And not in his NJ Transit uniform.

    Fenton was awarded his job back, with back pay and damages.

    Why wasn’t the King of New Jersey held responsible for this injustice ?

    If Fenton had burned a Bible, his Highness wouldn’t have blinked an eye.

    Some Republican !

    ANDREW C. McCARTHY also takes a closer look at the brash and abrasive Christie
    For the record, Sohail Mohammed is not just an attorney. He served as a board member for an Islamist organization, the American Muslim Union, which, as Commentary’s Jonathan S. Tobin and terrorism expert Steve Emerson have shown, has a checkered past of rationalizing jihadist attacks and supporting jihadists.

    Indeed, when the Holy Land Foundation was shuttered in 2001 for its facilitation of terrorist groups, Mohammed told the Bergen Record that the federal government was unjustly singling out Muslim organizations. Seven years later, a jury convicted several HLF operatives for channeling millions of dollars to Hamas, the terrorist organization that is the Muslim Brotherhood’s Palestinian branch. Mohammed also ripped the Justice Department’s prosecution of al-Arian as a “witch-hunt” and a “politically motivated indictment.” Al-Arian eventually pleaded guilty to a terrorism charge in a case that showed him to be a key operative of the murderous Palestinian Islamic Jihad organization.


  2. NJ Governor Christie says critics of Hamas-linked judge are “ignorant” and “this Sharia law business is just crap”

    Well, of course! The idea of a judge imposing Shari’ah law in New Jersey-of all places!—is just crazy! sarc/off

    “Sharia in New Jersey: Muslim husband rapes wife, judge sees no sexual assault because Islam forbids wives to refuse sex”

    Tell the rape victim that this all “just crap”.

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