The Future of Congress

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Written by Dennis Michael Lynch

I can guarantee you three things on Election Day:

1) The sun will rise in the east.

2) The sun will set in the west.

3) Ilhan Omar, the 33-year-old Somalian refugee who believes in Sharia Law, will be the first female Muslim to be elected to congress.

Yes, I know there are a few weeks until Election Day, but her victory is a lock — she will win as a Democrat because there is no Republican running against her.  The GOP candidate suddenly withdrew from the race without any warning, and it was too late for Republicans to find a viable replacement.

Omar beat incumbent Phyllis Kahn in the primary for Minneapolis House District 60B.  She won an easy victory because her district is overflowing with Somalian refugees.  Furthermore, her campaign was well-financed. Somalians from her state, and other states, donated to her campaign in record fashion because “they want one of their own,” according to Omar.  In fact, the primary drew 40% more voters than usually.

“I wear a hijab and that’s going to be a problem, but once one person is able to do that, it then allows other people to dream too,” Omar told the Guardian when asked about the difficulties of running for office as a Muslim female.

Watch the video below. I defy you to listen to her acceptance speech and understand what she says.  I defy you not to get upset as her supporters wave foreign flags.  I defy you to find one American flag in the room.

Currently, the U.S. is taking in more Muslim immigrants from the Middle East than any other region in the world. And if Hillary Clinton is elected, she has vowed to increase the number of Syrian refugees by 500% (65,000).  As it is now, the U.S. will be taking in a historic 125,000 refugees over the next 12-months.  This marks a significant increase from past years.

According to Omar’s website, she vows to represent the people of color.  Unfortunately, she says nothing about representing the white people in the district.  So before she even gets into office we know her playbook.

Critics of people like myself, or Trump, or any American who questions why we are taking in so many people from the Middle East, wrongly define us as “racists.”   If I ever run for office, I can assure my website will not state I will fight for “white people.”

Make no mistake, Omar will remain in congress for years. And in time many others will join her if this sort of mass immigration continues into the U.S.   If so, we are guaranteed more elections where the candidate gives his or her acceptance speech in a language familiar to only those living in the Middle East.  Eventually, we will begin to battle between Constitutional law and Sharia.   I bet my life on it.







 

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