By Ben Barrack
When it comes to the presidential election on November 8th, the Muslim Brotherhood wants Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump. Republicans who reject Trump want the same thing. Those Republicans are either willing complicit actors or extremely naive.
The list of Republicans opposing Donald Trump is rife with hardcore conservatives and establishmentarians. Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI) is both anti-Trump and has been rated as the fifth most conservative Congressman in the U.S. House of Representatives. That’s right, out of 435 members, Amash ranks number five in terms of conservatism.
While Amash would have you believe he’s taking a principled stand when it comes to opposing Trump, he has a much bigger, hypocritical problem. In 2013, Amash dined with Muslim Brotherhood members and apparatchiks, like Grover Norquist. The event was the annual gala for the American Task Force on Palestine (ATFP), a Palestinian advocacy group.
Here is the full anti-Trump list of elected Republican officials via GWP:
To give you an idea of how conservative Amash is rated, he’s got a better rating than conservative firebrand Jim Jordan (R-OH) and is tied with Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX), who does understand the threat of Muslim Brotherhood infiltration of America.
Some of the other figures present at the 2013 gala were Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN), the first Muslim elected to the U.S. Congress. Ellison is also connected to both the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a Muslim Brotherhood front group, and Hamas an officially designated Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO). Also present was Muslim Brotherhood jihadist Suhail Khan. In fact, based on the positioning of Khan and Norquist in one of the photos, it’s semi-obvious that Amash was seated between the two men.
Norquist and Khan have been partners for years. It was Norquist who was able to get Khan access to the George W. Bush White House. With that access, Khan brought in Muslim Brotherhood operatives from the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), CAIR, the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC), and others.
If there is one American individual who is responsible for facilitating the infiltration of the Muslim Brotherhood into the United States, Norquist is definitely a finalist. In the 1990’s, Norquist founded the Islamic Free Market Institute (Islamic Institute) with a man named Khaled Saffuri and took $20,000 in seed money from a man named Abdurrahman Alamoudi. Alamoudi was convicted on charges relating to terrorism in 2004 and given a sentence of more than 20 years in prison.
Saffuri was tapped by Karl Rove in 2000 to lead the George W. Bush campaign’s Muslim outreach. At the 2000 Republican convention, a Muslim named Talat Othman delivered a Muslim prayer. At the time, Othman was the executive director of Norquist’s Islamic Institute. Both Othman and Saffuri ran interference for the Muslim Brotherhood after 9/11 and helped to prevent federal authorities from shutting down Operation Green Quest (OGQ). OGQ was a dragnet operation to take down sources of terror funding in the U.S.
Othman sat on the Board of Harken Energy with George W. Bush from 1987-1990 and represented wealthy Saudi interests. He is also credited with giving convicted felon Tony Rezko his start in Illinois politics and is friends with Barack Obama’s friend Rashid Khalidi, who was a spokesman for the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) under Yasser Arafat.
It is beyond dispute that Othman and Saffuri are part of the Muslim Brotherhood’s apparatus in the U.S.
Othman and Saffuri were in attendance at the 2013 Gala and sat together for dinner.
As for Khan, his father is credited with founding two of the largest Muslim Brotherhood groups in the U.S. – the ISNA and the Muslim Students Association (MSA).
Other Misguided Republicans
Rep. Amash may be a misguided Republican when it comes to Trump but he’s not the only one – by a long shot.
Consider Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL). In addition to being #NeverTrump, he has also ingratiated himself with stealth Muslim Brotherhood operatives. One such operative is Mouaz Moustafa. Moustafa has been the executive director of the Syrian Emergency Task Force (SETF) since 2011. This organization is dedicated to removing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad from power.
While many may think that is a good thing, the vacuum such an overthrow would leave would be filled by operatives that seek a global Islamic caliphate that would be loyal to Turkey.
When U.S. Senator John McCain (R-AZ) – also a #NeverTrump guy – was supporting the Muslim Brotherhood rebels in Syria, Moustafa was lobbying him hard and even accompanied him on a 2013 trip to Syria. The SETF is clearly a Muslim Brotherhood outfit. A Muslim man named Yahya Basha is listed as being a member of the group’s Board of Trustees. Basha was also one of the men who Khan ushered into the George W. Bush White House both before and after the 9/11 attacks.
A screenshot of Moustafa’s bio shows that he joined forces with the Muslim Brotherhood during the Arab Spring, in both Egypt and Libya. Despite this unsavory recent history, Moustafa has continued ingratiating himself with U.S. politicians like Kinzinger and Senator McCain.
In 2014, Rep. Kinzinger traveled to Turkey and befriended Moustafa. Kinzinger – a former U.S. Air Force pilot – was photographed with Moustafa, holding a bouquet of flowers.
In choosing to stand against Trump, Kinzinger continues to stand with the Muslim Brotherhood in its support of Hillary Clinton. The reason for the Muslim Brotherhood’s support of Hillary is quite simple. Hillary’s closest confidante is a Muslim Brotherhood operative – Huma Abedin.
Lo and behold, Moustafa was also present at the 2013 ATFP Gala.
The group that would have filled the vacuum in Syria is the exact same Muslim Brotherhood that is supported by Huma Abedin, Hillary’s closest confidante.
It’s not just Republicans like these who are supporting the Muslim Brotherhood takeover of the U.S. Entities like the Washington Post are doing the same. It’s not even up for debate.
Somewhat shocking when it comes to who attended the ATFP event in 2013 is the President and founder of a conservative think tank known as the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, Clifford May. Joining May at the event was Jonathan Schanzer, FDD’s Vice President for Research. In the photo below from that night, both men are pictured with the President of the ATFP, Ziad Asali.
At the time this photo was taken, the FDD’s May was on the record as being in support of bombing Syria’s Bashar al-Assad and removing him from power. May was one of dozens of signatories in a letter to Obama on August 27, 2013 in which those signatories urged Obama to strike Assad. Other signatories included Rove and Dan Senor, the face of the Bush administration’s Iraq strategy. Senor is also a #NeverTrump guy.
On the day after Trump’s second debate with Clinton, Senor appeared on MSNBC and spent the entire segment deriding his party’s Presidential nominee. It’s clear that Senor prefers Hillary Clinton in 2016:
Perhaps the most vexing opposition to Trump is from House Oversight Committee chairman, Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT). Chaffetz has been as close to the investigation of Hillary than anyone else in Congress. When Chaffetz was questioning FBI Director James Comey about the latter’s failure to recommend Hillary be prosecuted, Chaffetz was apoplectic in response to Comey’s answers.
Yet, Chaffetz said “I’m out” when reacting to the 2005 Trump audio recording in which the Republican nominee made lewd comments. In so doing, Chaffetz is subjugating all that Hillary has done to 11 year-old comments made by Trump. As part of his declaration, Chaffetz insisted he would not be voting for Hillary. Obviously lost on him is that by not voting for Trump, he is voting for Hillary.
Any and all Republicans on the list at the beginning of this post – no matter how conservative – are following the Muslim Brotherhood playbook. In 2004, a 1991 Muslim Brotherhood document was retrieved by the FBI. That document states unequivocally that in order to take down the U.S., it would be necessary to use the hands of Americans to do it. Here is an excerpt from that document:
In rejecting Trump, every Republican on the list above is acting as a Muslim Brotherhood operative, either willingly or unwillingly.