This Group Is Trying to Force Trump’s Hand on the Non-U.S. Citizen ISIS Bride Issue
'It has an agenda for itself, including inserting emotion and using some of our laws against us when necessary,' says opinion writer
As we found out just recently, Hoda Muthana, the 20-something ISIS wife with three different marriages wants to return to the United States with her child, as the caliphate is on its last legs — but President Donald Trump said no.
Muthana is not a U.S. citizen.
She is the daughter of a diplomat — but by law, even if she is born in the United States, that doesn’t make her a citizen.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is not one of those popular organizations everyone is running to be a part of, either.
It was named a terrorist organization by the U.S. government, and whenever the group sticks its hands in bad situations, it is not doing it on behalf of the U.S.
It has an agenda for itself, and that includes inserting emotion and using some U.S. laws against us when necessary.
CAIR is supporting Muthana — and it will try to force President Trump’s hand to allow her in the country; but he’s already told the country she isn’t a citizen, so the group might not have standing.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations, better known as a CAIR, is defending the ISIS bride who wants to come back to the United States after five years in the caliphate.
Twenty-four-year-old Hoda Muthana left Alabama and joined ISIS in 2014. During her time in the Middle East, she advocated for the murder of U.S. troops, Americans and other innocent people in the West.
Born to foreign diplomats, she is not an American citizen.
“Americans, wake up! Men and women altogether. You have much to do while you live under our greatest enemy, enough of your sleeping! Go on drivebys, and spill all of their blood, or rent a big truck and drive all over them. Veterans, Patriots, Memorial, etc day … Kill them,” she once tweeted.
As ISIS continues to be suffocated in Syria and Iraq, CAIR is arguing Muthana should be allowed back into the United States in order to “educate” and “deradicalize” others. They’re also falsely claiming Muthana’s birthright citizenship is being undermined. (source: Townhall)
This is the perfect example to show why prominent leftists should be expelled to Cuba or Venezuela, and all those folks who said they were going to Canada if (“NAME HERE — fill in the blank”) was elected should be forced to do so, in all seriousness.
They all need to put their body where their mouth is — or shut up.
Clearly, this woman should never be allowed to return to these United States.
On March 23, Rep. Ilhan Omar will be speaking at a CAIR event alongside Hassan Shibly, the lawyer for the ISIS jihadi bride who is trying to come back to the USA. Is @IlhanMN ready to share a stage with an apologist & pro bono attorney for an ISIS devotee? https://t.co/oGmrOizQ6E pic.twitter.com/rhQS7tlqQh
— Jordan Schachtel (@JordanSchachtel) February 20, 2019
If I had a few minutes of contact time to speak to this ISIS wife, I would tell her the following: “Ms. Muthana, you are not an American citizen. You do not have rights, privileges, or any basis in law to claim admittance to our country. Irrespective of any organization’s opinion that you are entitled to come to the USA, the only one that counts — the State Department of the United States of America — has denied you any possibility of legal entry to this country.”
“Furthermore, you openly and with full forethought advocated and advanced sedition, rebellion, and murder of citizens of the USA.”
“You are not welcome or will ever be welcomed here in my country. CAIR cannot help you. ISIS cannot save you. Thank you for your time.”
I think that sounds good.
What do you think?
This piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.
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