Texas State Rep and Three Other Politicians who Took Stand on Islam were Topic of Conversation Among Muslim Leaders who Met With Obama in White House

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By Ben Barrack

One of the American Muslim leaders who visited with Barack Obama at the White House this week revealed that he brought up the name of Texas State Rep. Molly White in that meeting. He reported having done so in an article he wrote which appeared in the Daily Beast. While he could not talk about what Obama said, Obeidallah did relay what he himself said:

My comments were specific to the Republican elected officials who have made demonizing Muslims an increasingly visible part of their platform. People like Oklahoma State Rep. John Bennett, who said American Muslims are a “cancer” that must be cut out of America. Newly sworn-in Congressman Jody Hice (R-GA), who said that Islam is not a religion and thus, Muslims Americans are not entitled to freedom of religion.

And there’s Texas State Rep. Molly White, who last week posted on Facebook that Muslim Americans visiting her offices in the Texas State Capitol must first pledge allegiance to the United States and renounce terrorism or leave her office. And finally Gov. Bobby Jindal, who for last two weeks has been waging an anti-Muslim jihad by fabricating facts to support his outlandish claims about Muslims.



At the very end of my book Unsung Davids, I placed perhaps the most powerful quote from Sir. Edmund Burke he ever uttered:

When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall one by one, an unpitied sacrifice in a contemptible struggle.

That’s where we are, folks. The bad men are Muslim Brotherhood infiltrators of the United States. They began getting their foothold here back as far as the 1950’s. That foothold has become a grip on America’s power centers, in Federal, State and local governments; the military; schools; in police forces; in churches; the media. In short, everywhere.

The good are people like White, Hice, Bennett and Jindal. They are willing to stand up and tell the truth when leaders with far more power than them, are either overtly complicit actors (like a certain New Jersey Republican Governor and Democratic Rep. Gerald Connolly) or complicit in their silence.

Left to Right: White, Hice, Bennett, and Jindal

Left to Right: White, Hice, Bennett, and Jindal

The question becomes: Are those four good individuals going to ‘associate’? They should form a public alliance. Yes, there is strength in numbers and that number is small but last I checked, four is bigger than one and inertia is what is needed… now.

Shame on people like Texas Speaker Joe Straus, who stood with CAIR, a group with known ties to terrorist organizations and the Muslim Brotherhood, instead of White. Straus has revealed his true, cowardly colors. White, a freshman with no experience made a stand akin to a young Shepherd boy we Christians know all about. Straus acted like one of the men who was CHARGED with fighting Goliath but instead ran.

I wrote earlier this week that Straus’s equivalent at the national level – John Boehner – is no different than the Texas Speaker. When Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) asked legitimate questions about the IRREFUTABLE ties that close Hillary Clinton adviser Huma Abedin has to the Muslim Brotherhood, Boehner smeared Bachmann and defended Abedin.

Interestingly, Obeidallah also defended Abedin along with Boehner. Straus also stood with Obeidallah against White.

In essence, Obeidallah, Straus and Boehner ‘combined’.

Why is this so? Perhaps NO ONE has explained it as well as Dr. Bill Warner, who has a PhD in Mathematics and Physics. He is also a self-taught expert on the history of Islam. In one video (cued up to start at the right moment), after chronicling the savage history of Islam, Warner lays out perfectly why people like Boehner and Straus behave as they do.

In fairness, it’s nowhere near being only Boehner and Straus. In fact, there have only been a few members of the U.S. Congress who have been willing to tell the truth without apology. Aside from Bachmann, there is former Rep. Lt. Col. Allen West, Rep. Louie Gohmert and very few others. Even Senator Ted Cruz has remained largely silent on the issue. In fact, Jindal is THE ONLY Republican prospect for President in 2016 who is taking a stand. Then there are some like New Jersey Governor Chris Christie who have actually aligned with figures tied to terrorism.

Christie up to his neck in treason.

Christie up to his neck in treason [CLICK IMAGE].

Consider Rep. Mike Kelly (R-PA), who sits on the House Ways and Means Committee. In August of 2013, on a radio town hall in his district, Kelly was asked about the explosive evidence against Barack Obama’s brother Malik Obama that implicates Lois Lerner as an accessory to terror funding. Kelly admitted to knowing about the claims and referred to them as ‘spot on’ but has since gone out of his way to avoid the largest scandal in the history of the United States. In fact, last year, when he had the opportunity to bring it up with IRS Commissioner John Koskinen in a Congressional hearing, Kelly whiffed and even hugged Koskinen.

Kelly Hugging him some Koskinen

Kelly Hugging him some Koskinen

Boehner is no better. As has been reported by WB Daily, once Lois Lerner was held in contempt of Congress, it was Boehner’s responsibility and duty to order the Sergeant-at-Arms to arrest her. Throw her involvement in granting Malik Obama illegal tax-exempt status on top of that and she’d likely start singing real quick.

When asked if he would do his job, Boehner told Maria Bartoromo that he would not:

Instead, Boehner and Kelly would rather surrender the country they took an oath to defend.

Kelly and Boehner represent a long line of politicians who were elected to office to associate with good men but have instead chosen evil by combining with bad men through their silence and inaction:

Why Boehner cries makes a lot more sense now, doesn’t it?

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