Why Mayor Tried To Silence Outcries over Sexual Assault of 5-Year-Old by Muslims


The mayor who tried to silence protests over assault by Muslim refugees is responsible for bringing in a yogurt factory that employs the Muslim refugees.

A 5-year-old special needs girl in Idaho was sexually assaulted by three Muslim refugee boys last month.  When the townspeople rose up to protest at a city council meeting, Mayor Shawn Barigar repeatedly told them not to “spread heresay” or a “false narrative” about the case, claiming he hadn’t heard anything about the attack and it might not even be true.

The Muslim refugee boys, ages 14, 10 and 7, who assaulted the little girl in the same apartment complex where they were living, are from Sudan and Iraq.    The two older boys were arrested, then released into the custody of their parents following a hearing, were seen celebrating with their families after their release.

The parents of the boys, along with many of the hundreds of Muslim refugees who have been resettled into the Twin Falls, Idaho area, are employed by the Chobani yogurt factory, owned by a Turkish Muslim immigrant.   Out of the 600 positions at the world’s largest yogurt plant, at least 30% of all employees are Muslim refugees.

Twin Falls Mayor Shawn Barigar

Twin Falls Mayor Shawn Barigar

The mayor of Twin Falls, Shawn Barigar, a Democrat, is also the president and CEO of the local Chamber of Commerce, and was “instrumental” in recruiting the Chobani plant to Twin Falls in 2011.

Hamdi Ulukaya, founder and CEO of the Chobani Yogurt plant, originally came to the United States on a student visa from Turkey.   Now he owns an empire that employees hundreds of Muslim refugees from the Middle East and Africa.

Mayor Barigar proudly admitted his part in the deal: “I was a member of the recruitment team that recruited Chobani to Twin Falls in 2011,” Barigar told WND in a phone interview Thursday.   He does not see his dual role as a Mayor and Chamber of Commerce CEO as a conflict of interest, and says he was not on the council at the time he brought Chobani to Twin Falls.

The $450 million factory was completed in December 2012 – just 326 days from start to finish.

The growing Muslim population in Twin Falls has already outgrown its mosque and built a brand new one last year.  WorldNetDaily reports that nearly 2,400 Muslim refugees have been resettled into Twin Falls by the State Department’s refugee resettlement program since 9/11 – many of them coming from some of the world’s nastiest jihadist “hot zones.”

Hamdi Ulukaya, Founder & CEO of Chobani Yogurt Factory

Hamdi Ulukaya, Founder & CEO of Chobani Yogurt Factory

Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton recently announced that one of her priorities would be to “attract and retain top talent from around the world,” by providing green cards to foreign graduates so they could stay and work in the U.S., and to support “start-up visas” that would allow foreign entrepreneurs to build companies in the United States who would in turn provide jobs for American workers.

Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State during the time Turkish Muslim Hamdi Ulukaya built his Chobani Yogurt factory – for which the State Department then provided newly resettled Muslim refugees to come work there, who in turn changed the landscape of Twin Falls, Idaho forever.

The little 5-year-old girl who was sexually assaulted by the refugees doesn’t understand all this – even though one of her assailants still lives next door.


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