In The Wake Of Orlando’s Terrorist Attack, Islamic Advocacy Group Attacks Conservatives
If you’ve been getting your news from the mainstream media lately, then you might have been hearing ‘The Twilight Zone’ theme song in your head. Obama and the media have effectively pardoned the radical Islamic terrorist of his brutal crimes by shifting the blame from the Islamic ideology that inspired the terrorist to the favored liberal agenda of gun control.
Just recently, the Department of Justice and the FBI released a redacted transcript of the terrorist’s phone call to the Orlando police. All mentions of ISIS and the Islam were removed from the transcript because the Obama administration didn’t want people to tie the terrorist attack to Islam. Only after much outrage were the full transcripts released, but “allah” was still not mentioned in the transcripts. “Allah” had been replaced with “God,” effectively blaming Christians for the attack.
In addition to all of the protection that the administration is giving to Islam, the Council for American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), whom the liberal media turns to for comment after every Islamic terrorist attack, just released a list of journalists and media outlets that they determine to be “Islamophobic.” According to Newsbusters, the report targets mainly conservative and Republican media outlets who speak out against Islamic terrorism.
CAIR, whom has been investigated by the FBI multiple times for ties to known terrorist organizations, is freely operating and thriving under the current administration. But they are not just operating, they are openly attacking people that speak out against the threat of radical Islamic terrorism.
On CAIR’s “Islamophobia” hit-list are some very recognizable figures: Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, Fox News, American Family Association, National Review, Washington Times, Liberty Counsel, and many more.
Instead of CAIR trying to help solve and fix the massive problem of Islamic terrorism and the ideology that supports it, they are trying to turn America against conservative values and voices.