What kind of “false rumors” might those be?
“Some people spread false rumors and speculated…” Â Â Read More Â»
Crocodile Tears & grievance theater from an Islamic infiltraitor:
If you Â link Islam to the thousands of murderous acts by radical Islamists… Then you’re an Islamophobe…or something:
Rumors like this?
Tears of a (Muslim) Clown or just Crocodile Tears?
We already had a laugh at Â the despicable AG Holder, who puts ‘his people’ above the law:
“We don’t want to stigmatize, we don’t want to alienate entire communities.”
Fruit-loop Freak Show:
San Fransicko D-kook Speier Â tries the Â tired “racist”. Â Then there isÂ the (equally tired) treatment of Japanese-Americans during World War II. The word “McCarthyism” has been tossed around a bit. (But McCarthy was right!)
Fighting the Muslim Mafia might make them really angry at us:
NICHOLAS KRISTOF: I’m sure thatÂ at mosques around this country, especially the more radical mosques, this is going to be seen as one more evidence that people are picking on us.
So Kristof acknowledges the existence in America of “radical mosques.” Isn’t that the very proof of the need for inquiry along the lines Peter King is conducting? What Kristof suggests sounds like appeasement.Â People in “radical mosques” might feel like they’re under scrutiny?Â Good.
Something must be wrong with King:
Oh noes: the Muslims will never trust us again!
Emerson observes: “The real underlying story here is how the self-anointed leadership of the Muslim community … are the ones responsible for instilling panic into the Muslim community by suggesting that these hearings will lead to ‘hate crimes’ against Muslims.”
That has indeed becomeÂ the preferred tactic in recent years: deflecting attention by appropriating victim status from actual or intended victims of jihadist terrorism, and attempting to silence the discussion by acting as though any portrayal of Islam in even a potentially negative light amounts to inciting hate crimes.
There is one small cause for optimism: the prospect that groups likeÂ CAIRÂ have shown themselves to be so paranoid and obnoxious in their denunciation of King’s hearings, that more people are noticing, and wondering if perhaps they doth protest too much.